Published Thursday, May 23, 2019
During 2019 Collision Technology Conference, ForaHealthyMe joined an amazing array of local companies in the York Region Experience Pavilion.
York Region is is Canada's second largest tech hub with over 4,300 ICT companies.
The York Region invited a select group of local technology companies, innovation stakeholders and municipalities to showcase their organizations at a premium 1,100 sq.ft. Collision Conference is North America's fastest growing technology event, moving for the first time from the U.S. to Canada. Collision brings together 25,000 professionals from the global technology community.
Visitors were treated to live demonstrations of our computer vision-enabled virtual rehabilitation technology and learnt how we have re-imagined care delivery models to address the fragmented and siloed approach to treating multi-morbid patients with complex health issues.
Booth visitors included Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti, and Minister Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development.
The Collision Conference was held at the Enercare Centre in Toronto. It included 14 sub-conferences covering tech and entrepreneurship topics, plus a range of day and night side events taking place at secondary locations.
Marc Saltzman interviews Courtney Cole from Markham, York Region-based ForaHealthyMe about their health tech solutions at Collision Conference 2019 in Toronto.