Ksana Health Recognized as a “Groundbreaker in Healthtech”

FleetNurse Co-founders Corrina Pigg and Israel Angeles with Ksana Health Co-Founders Will Shortt and Dr. Nick Allen
From left: FleetNurse Co-founders Corrina Pigg and Israel Angeles. with Ksana Health Co-founders Will Shortt and Dr. Nick Allen. Image Credit: Jacob Pace/For the Register-Guard

Ksana Health was recently featured in The Register-Guard alongside of fellow Eugene-based startup, FleetNurse.

Both companies were recognized for their innovative approaches to changing existing health care systems by using advances in technology to make health care more accessible and affordable.

Ksana Health seeks to meet health care challenges head on and collaborate with fellow mission-driven organizations.

“Perhaps the most interesting take-away from the meeting with the founders of FleetNurse and Ksana Health was their willingness to share information in support of one another.[…] The health care industry is immensely complex and it is unlikely that any single company or individual can be a complete domain expert, but the willingness of the founders of FleetNurse and Ksana Health to collaborate bodes well for their future success.”

Check out the full feature here.

Craig DeLarge

12 December 2019

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