HOUSTON HEALTHTREPENEUR’S HEAD TO CES

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October 16, 2017

HOUSTON HEALTHTREPENEUR’S HEAD TO CES

K. Cody Patel and Ronel Golden at CES 2018!

Houston, Texas: Indus River Ventures and Vitalus Health announced that they have received an exclusive, invitation-only, request to speak as thought leaders of healthcare operators and incubators at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Representing the companies will be the CEO, K. Cody Patel, along with Strategic Advisor, Ronel Golden.

“I can’t think of a better way to start off the New Year than to share our vision of improving the lives of those affected by the global sleep epidemic. We can make a huge impact by simply combining our patient knowledge with proprietary technology, and rolling it out affordably.”, says Patel.

CES is the world’s largest gathering of consumer technology innovations. It stands as the global stage for debuting next-generation products and solutions into the marketplace. More than 180,000 industry professionals, including more than 58,000 from outside the U.S., gather in Las Vegas every year to participate and be a part of the action. With only twelve speakers touching on the topic of sleep, it is exciting that two of Houston’s own will share the share the podium with industry leaders such as Dr. Oz, Shelly Ibach, CEO of Sleep Number, and Colin Lawlor, CEO of SleepScore Labs.

About Indus River Ventures and Vitalus Health: Indus River Ventures is an incubator and accelerator at the intersection of healthcare and technology. IRV identifies, evaluates, manages, and invests in both individuals and teams that create innovative solutions. The company focuses specifically on high-velocity development and scaling of ideas that address the unmet needs of patients, physicians, and payors.

Vitalus Health strives to offer expert level clinical chronic care and population health solutions to its community, while endeavoring to improve patient outcomes and global reduction in recidivism and chronic care costs through total engagement and increased compliance.

The shared goal is to help the global community to Breathe Well, Sleep Well, Think Well, and Be Well.

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