SAN FRANCISCO, June 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Madhuri Trivedi, an engineer, scientist, entrepreneur and immigrant, has launched her new company OrangeHealth and is currently seeking investors for its product. Trivedi is seeking seed funding in the range of $500k to further launch the app in various geographical areas, add more features, and launch a peer-to-peer platform app for sharing information. The new app will provide peer-to-peer crowd sourced community support with deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) to better manage diabetes.
She also has created and launched a new mobile health improvement app that is already used by more than 6,000 people to manage allergies, find a doctor, is used for predictive analytics for eating habits, and reminders at the time of eating.
"Prevention is key for managing illness like diabetes, but it's just as important that people can gain the information and support," says Trivedi.
"Right now, because of some challenges in my immigration status, while I have the technical support to build the app, I need funding to help with its launch because I am unable to work. The only way to get this app off the ground is through investors willing to support this important work," adds Trivedi.
She wrote heavily about precision medicine in April 2104, received a job offer in 2014 with Harvard Medical to create a cancer vaccine, artificial protein. President Obama in the 2015 State of Union Address, launched precision medicine initiative. Trivedi has been unable to take the Harvard position because of immigration denials and challenges. While at General Electric, Trivedi's labor certificate for immigration was approved as "a person of exceptional ability" EB2 category. GE, however, didn't file the next step so she could work in the U.S.
After leaving GE, with the Harvard medical job offer and her entrepreneurial start-up, Trivedi filed for immigration under "a person of extra-ordinary ability" EB1 category, which DHS denied. Trivedi has a number of letters of support from professionals associated with her scientific and technical work .
Trivedi has a long career as an expert in her field. While at Raindance, Trivedi developed the world's first digital-equivalent to personal computer instrument for genome sequencing used for drug discovery in 2009. Here she was part of a 20 people start up that went on to generate hundreds of millions for revenue. Dr. Jonathan Rothberg, founder of the startup, was awarded National Medal of Technology and Innovation by President Obama and made $700 million selling the sister company to Life Technology. Trivedi did not make any money from the sale of the company.
She has made major significant contributions in extraordinary ability and national interest while working at Fortune 10/50 corporations, successful entrepreneurial startups. Only individuals with both exceptional technical ability as well as persistence and commitment can deliver what Trivedi has in a high-risk environment with do or die start up success.
OrangeHealth provides quality and affordable healthcare tools and services through a software portal and peer to peer network. For more information, visit OrangeHealth.wixsite.com/ orangehealth.
Madhuri Trivedi, CEO OrangeHealth
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