Saunders’ Intellihealth wins the Women at Weill competition
From our Women's PE Briefs - week commencing May 10, 2021
Intellihealth, which was founded by co-founded by Dr. Katherine Saunders, wins the Women at Weill investment competition and will receive funding from Amplifyher Ventures, which was founded by Tricia Black and backs women-led companies. Intellihealth has created a cloud-based clinical decision-making software and population health management platform for the medical treatment of obesity.
Katherine is an assistant professor of clinical medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and was the first clinical fellow in obesity medicine at its Comprehensive Weight Control Center. She founded the company in 2019 with her husband, Sloan Saunders, and Dr. Louis Aronne.