Opala takes second place among sixteen Seattle-based startups during this year's 'Inno Madness' competition, hosted by Puget Sound Business Journal
In January, Opala held its first hack-a-thon. Over four days, twenty-two Opala employees broke into small teams to tackle issues such as identifying patient cohorts for chronic conditions, machine learning using FHIR resources
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Opala was selected to participate in the Puget Sound Business Journal’s Seattle Inno Madness competition, as one of 16 of the most promising tech companies in the Seattle area. The contest is based around one question
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API Pilot Deployment Based on HL7® FHIR® Standards Yields Double-Digit Improvements by Providing Complete Patient Information in Realtime
Chandler to Lead Healthcare Interoperability Company to Drive Seamless Collaboration Between Payers and Providers and Optimize the Patient Experience, a healthcare interoperability partner, today announced that Ken Chandler,
Opala is now a member of the HL7 Da Vinci Project! We are excited to join healthcare thought leaders to define industry standards for data exchange between health plans and provider organizations.
Are you still looking for solutions to satisfy the CMS interoperability mandates? Enforcement may be delayed, but don't let that prevent you from finding a solution today.
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Opala celebrates its first anniversary marking some major milestones, such as raising Series Seed, recruiting senior leaders, and moving into office space in downtown Seattle. Opala is a healthcare tech startup that launched in 2020 By July 2021,
Seattle, July 15, 2021: Healthcare startup Project Connect, with plans to optimize data in the healthcare industry completed a major rebrand today. Project Connect has transitioned to Opala, and all assets for the startup will adopt the new name in the coming weeks.