HealthTech Venture Network spotlights ELEVATE pitch competition winner Chris Cabell

Meet ELEVATE Winner Chris Cabell

About AppwoRx

In 2012 AppwoRx launched the medical industry’s first comprehensive mobile clinical photography tool. Since then AppwoRx’s software has been used to capture and catalog over a half million clinical photos. AppwoRx has simultaneously grown its software offerings to include a wide range of complimentary healthcare tools that have helped users streamline workflow and maximize revenue. Today the platform is used by over 1,000 clinicians and physicians to catalog images, market services, manage patient data, collaborate with other physicians and engage patients directly through their smartphones.

Cloud based photo storage means that physicians and their staff can access photos from anywhere. With AppwoRx, medical professionals can easily track and communicate patient treatment and progress, facilitate inter-office referrals, supplement insurance claims, illustrate services and engage patients.

About Chris Cabell

Chris Cabell is an innovative technology architect, graphic designer and entrepreneur. As co-founder and CTO of AppwoRx, he brings over fifteen years of software development experience to the organization. Prior to forming AppwoRx, Chris was the President and CEO of Appworks LLC, a software development company specializing in enterprise level mobile software. Under his leadership, Appworks LLC developed and launched over 150 mobile and web applications for Fortune 500 companies, world-class brands, and government entities. Mr. Cabell also served as the IT Operations Director for First Magnus Financial from 2003 to 2007. During his tenure, First Magnus was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in the US.

Post Author: Caitlin Lubinski


1 thought on “Meet ELEVATE Winner Chris Cabell



    (June 27, 2017 - 7:23 am)

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    This post is awesome! Im brand new in the imageing world (LONG time in in training) and now I’m working on conjuring up the fortitude to take slr and just begin rapid firing off pics!

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