KSTC has awarded PreventScripts™ a $5,000 micro-grant to enhance their SBIR applications and strengthen PreventScript’s edge in securing federal funding for innovative technology.
“Brandi, Jay, and I are thrilled to be awarded a KSTC micro-grant for our upcoming resubmission of our National Institute of Health Small Business Innovation Research grant to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases in April. This award specifically helps us continue to configure and embed our system into the primary care workflow. Our vision at PreventScripts is to help primary care providers identify and intervene with their patients at risk for diabetes and hypertension, scaling health behavior change improvements across their populations.” – Natalie Davis, MD Chief Medical Officer PreventScripts
PreventScripts™ is on a mission to partner with primary care providers to effectively reverse the onset of disease in their upstream at-risk populations at scale. Our award-winning Prevention Management System accelerates and automates preventative medicine in four easy steps through a clinically-embedded digital service line, providing both patient-facing and provider-facing digital interfaces and experiences.
To learn more, please visit us at: https://preventscripts.com/
About The KSTC Micro-fund Program
The Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (KSEF), in collaboration with KY Innovation, grants Micro-Awards of up to $5,000 to Kentucky-based companies that can be used to enhance the quality of their SBIR/STTR application and improve their chances of securing federal funds for innovative technology. The Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation is an initiative of the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation (KSTC).
More information about the KSEF Micro-Awards can be found here: https://www.ksef.kstc.org/micro-awards
KSTC is a private, statewide non-profit corporation committed to advancing science, technology, and innovative economic development founded on Kentucky know-how. KSTC seeks to improve the capacity of people, companies, and organizations to build an innovation-driven economy in Kentucky.
Learn more at: www.kstc.com