Last Wednesday evening, the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) announced the finalists for their prestigious Tekne awards at an event held at downtown Minneapolis law firm, Robins Kaplan. This year, the Tekne finalists included 46 organizations across 16 categories. Zipnosis was named a finalist in the Health IT category for its advanced, acuity-based routing functionality, which seamlessly directs patients to the appropriate level of care based on their health history and symptoms.
“With so many organizations doing remarkable things in Minnesota, it is a huge honor to be named finalist for the Teknes,” said Scott Brown, CTO at Zipnosis. “I’m incredibly proud of our product and engineering team, who put in an enormous effort to realize this vision and create routing functionality that sets the standard for the industry.”
The other finalists in Health IT are Ecolab and Carrot Health. Read more about the Teknes and this year’s finalists.