ENCOURAGES BUSINESSES TO BUILD IN NEW YORK STATE THROUGH AFFLIATIONS WITH UNIVERSITIES
ALBANY, NY- In partnership with the University at Albany, XchangeWorx is changing healthcare by developing products and services that monitor changes in patient health using real-time records from multiple data sources. XchangeWorx then notifies care managers of gaps in care for interventions leading to improved outcomes and lower cost of care. XchangeWorx CEO, Joel Ryba sits on the University at Albany’s Cybersecurity Advisory Board and provides information regarding the latest issues, threats and trends related to healthcare data protection. They are also working on projects using natural language processing and device data that will engage student interns, while XchangeWorx parent company, Hixny, collaborates with University faculty researchers on HRI/CDC grants.
“Our partnership with the University at Albany is key to developing talent in emerging technologies related to health information and cyber security,” said Ryba.
About START-UP NY
SUNY Tax-Free Areas to Revitalize and Transform Upstate New York encourages businesses to start, relocate to or expand in New York State through affiliations with colleges and universities. 2017 saw continued program growth with SUNY campuses sponsoring 70 new companies into the program. Both new and existing business partners are providing academic benefits and opportunities for faculty and students in every region of the state. Several companies are poised for or experienced significant growth, further enabled through their collaborations with higher education institutions.