CareSync Founder & CEO to Present at 23rd Annual Florida Venture Capital Conference
Tampa, FL, January 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- CareSync announced today that founder and CEO, Travis Bond, has been selected to present at the Florida Venture Capital Conference, hosted by the Florida Venture Forum, January 28-29 at The Hyatt Regency Orlando in Orlando, Florida.
Bond will be presenting at 10:25 am on Wednesday, January 29, and will be among an exclusive group of other venture stage Florida-based companies delivering presentations to an audience of venture capitalists, private equity investors, angel investors, investment bankers, service providers, and entrepreneurs. Venture capitalists and private equity investors such as Noro-Moseley Partners, Harbert Venture Partners, Frontier Capital, Ballast Point Ventures, MPM Capital, Intel Capital, and General Motors Ventures will attend.
“We are thrilled to have the prestigious opportunity to present at the Florida Venture Capital Conference,” said Bond. “The industrialization of healthcare created a significant communications gap between care providers, patients and their care teams. Healthcare reform, the age of consumerism, and massive adoption in mobile technology have created the perfect storm for change in healthcare. The opportunity to fix the communication problems in healthcare is now and we are excited to share how CareSync’s patient-centered engagement platform solves them.”
CareSync representatives will be available for product demos and questions at booth #115 throughout the entire conference. Meetings can be scheduled in advance by contacting Scott Tappan, 813.220.2980.
CareSync is a patient-centered engagement platform that solves the communication problems in healthcare. Combining web & mobile applications, comprehensive medical record services, and enterprise solutions CareSync facilitates real-time communication between patients, care teams, and providers. Built with medical databases, the platform empowers patients to securely & selectively share their information as structured data with families, care teams, and healthcare providers.
For more information about CareSync, visit caresync.com
About the Florida Venture Forum
The Florida Venture Forum is Florida’s largest and most prestigious statewide support group for venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, helping emerging growth companies come together with sources of capital from across the country. The organization provides programs statewide throughout the year in addition to hosting the Florida Venture Capital Conference, the Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition and the Early Stage Conference.
To learn more and register, visit flventure.org