Redivus Health recognized by Fast Company 2017 Innovation by Design Awards with Honorable Mention in Health category

NEW YORK & OLATHE, Kan. (Sept. 11, 2017) – The winners of Fast Company’s prestigious Innovation by Design Awards were announced today on ( Kansas City’s Redivus Health received an Honorable Mention in the Health category. All of the honorees are featured in the October issue of the print magazine, available at newsstands Sept. 19.

“Making the Fast Company Innovation by Design list in the same year we launched our first mobile clinical decision support platform is phenomenal,” says Dr. Jeff Dunn, Redivus Health founder and CEO. “Our team is honored and exhilarated to be included with other well-known, ground-breaking companies. This prestigious recognition inspires us to keep working and innovating to reduce medical error, improve patient care and save lives.”

Redivus Health was recognized for its innovative, industry-leading mobile product, which provides physicians, nurses and paramedics with actionable, clinical guidance during an emergent healthcare event. The Redivus mobile application, combined with a cloud-based platform, delivers evidence-based protocols to enhance diagnostic and treatment accuracy for cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis. Hospitals and EMS providers use Redivus to reduce risk, improve quality, lower costs, and increase compliance.

Standing Out Among Record Number of Submissions

The Innovation by Design Awards program, now in its sixth year, honors the most innovative and disruptive design solutions created to resolve today’s most challenging business issues. Finalists were selected from a record number of more than 2,500 international submissions across 13 categories — ultimately recognizing 299 entrants — the most winners, finalists and honorable mentions in the history of the awards. Honorees include household names like Coca-Cola and Sony, design firms R/GA and IDEO, and emerging companies like Willow and Away. This year’s judging panel, comprised of the world’s best design minds, included actor and furniture designer Terry Crews, Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler and Roman Mars, Founder of 99% Invisible.

Fast Company’s October issue celebrates world-changing design, highlighting companies like Oculus, the virtual reality firm that developed wireless controllers that give users functional hands in a world that previously allowed you to look, but never touch; Adidas, pulling ahead in the 3-D printing race with their radical new Futurecraft 4D running shoes; Marriott’s mobile app, which enables 10 million worldwide users to review reservations, check rewards or order room service; IEX Group, an upstart trading platform where every trade encounters a virtual “speed bump” to subvert high-frequency traders, among many more.

Achieving National Recognition

Redivus Health recently won “Best in Show” honors in the Fierce Innovation Awards, a national healthcare awards competition, and Redivus was named one of the 20 finalists in the LaunchKC global grants competition for startup businesses.

About Redivus Health

Redivus Health’s clinical decision support platform is an industry-leading mobile application and cloud-based platform that provides actionable, step-by-step clinical guidance to doctors, nurses and paramedics during an emergent healthcare event. The application enhances time-critical diagnosis and treatment accuracy for cardiac arrest, stroke and sepsis, with new treatment areas in development. Hospitals and EMS providers use Redivus to reduce medical error and costs, as well as increase compliance. Redivus was founded by a group of physicians to make evidence-based medicine more accessible during time critical situations. The application is now available for smart phones and tablets on iOS and Android through a subscription model. For more information, visit or follow them on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.

About Fast Company

Fast Company is the world’s leading progressive business media brand, inspiring a new breed of innovative and creative thought leadership, who are actively inventing the future of business. Fast Company believes that business is the primary vehicle for progress and positive change in the world, and encourages businesses and people in business to lean into it. Fast Company was named Adweek’s 2016 Hotlist Winner for Hottest Business Publication. In 2014, the magazine was Adweek’s Hotlist Winner for Hottest Business Publication, the Reader’s Choice Award Winner for Hottest Magazine of the Year, and ASME’s Magazine of the Year. Throughout its history, Fast Company has received over 50 Society of Publication Design Awards.

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