Origin Health Features on CDL Super Session 2022

Origin Health Media
June 23, 2022

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, June 23, 2022 — Origin Health,  a pioneer in advancing AI in prenatal care, has made a significant mark in the Computational Health stream at Creative Destruction Lab (CDL). The event, held recently, brought together top-tier entrepreneurs, investors, and industry experts to explore groundbreaking ideas and technologies shaping the future of biology, medicine, and healthcare. 

Origin Health was among the top ten ventures and the only venture from CDL Seattle to be featured in the CDL Super Session 2022. 

At the Super Session, Origin Health captivated attendees with its transformative solutions, illustrating a profound understanding of the fusion between healthcare and technology. By leveraging advanced data analytics, machine learning algorithms, and computational strategies, Origin Health is committed to advancing maternal health equity by improving access to quality prenatal care with their proprietary AI. 

“We are honored to have been selected as the sole venture from CDL Seattle to feature in the CDL Super Session 2022," said Jens Thang, co-founder and CEO of Origin Health. "This recognition validates our dedication to democratizing the global standard of care for every expectant mother by bringing expert-level prenatal screening to them.” 

The CDL Seattle Super Session serves as a platform for promising startups to connect with experienced mentors, investors, and industry partners to refine their objectives, effectively allocate time and resources, secure funding, expand their networks, and accelerate their growth and impact. Origin Health's participation underscores its commitment to driving innovation and shaping the future of prenatal care

About Origin Health

Origin Health, headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, is driven by a mission to advance maternal health equity by improving access to quality prenatal care with artificial intelligence. 

By combining the knowledge of healthcare and AI, it is on a journey to build state-of-the-art solutions aimed at supporting a broad spectrum of healthcare providers in rural and urban communities, allowing them to practice at the top of their licenses. With AI in the imaging workflow, clinicians can more confidently deliver timely interventions, enhance pregnancy outcomes, identify high-risk pregnancies to reduce maternal mortality, and significantly lower infant mortality rates.