|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 10:27 AM EDT||
WATERTOWN, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/02/14 -- Mass Innovation Nights announced that athenahealth, a leading provider of cloud-based services for electronic health records (EHRs), practice management and care coordination, will host and sponsor its Wednesday, July 9, 2014 event. Mass Innovation Nights is a monthly launch party and new product showcase that utilizes social media to support the launch of new local products. To RSVP, visit Mass.InnovationNights.com.
Bridger McGaw, director of athenaEnvironment at athenahealth, said, "Our sponsorship of Mass Innovation Nights aligns with our goal of showcasing new innovative companies working to bring their visions of how to improve health care to life. This is also why we created More Disruption Please (MDP), an athenahealth initiative that brings together like-minded innovators, entrepreneurs, companies and investors who share our desire to make health care work as it should through openness and connectivity to disruptive solutions. Mass Innovation Nights shares our vision of changing the status quo in health care and we are thrilled to welcome this innovative community to Watertown."
"Mass Innovation Night events showcase the best new local products and provide beneficial networking opportunities," said Bobbie Carlton, co-founder of Mass Innovation Nights. "Part of our mission is to link start-ups with industry leaders like athenahealth and this month's media partner, MedTech Boston."
Mass Innovation Nights product launch parties and events are free to attend. Once at the event, attendees are asked to help promote the featured products by "telling" someone else. This can be done through social media: a tweet, a blog post, a posted photo or video, or in conversation. The events have produced thousands of tweets, blog posts, status updates, online videos and pictures.
The products being presented this month are:
- Charles River Rowing
- Gentoo Vest
- Intellinetix Step Sensor
- Know My Patient
- Making Care Easier
About Mass Innovation Nights
Mass Innovation Nights (MIN) offers an opportunity for people interested in innovative new products to connect. The events have helped launch more than 650 local products.
MIN is currently seeking new hosts and sponsors for the 2015 season and partners for new projects. Contact the organization for additional information. Follow MIN on Twitter or visit the website at http://mass.innovationnights.com/
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