SeamlessMD named as 1 of Toronto’s 20 most brilliant tech innovators

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October 6, 2016

We are humbled and proud to announce that SeamlessMD was recognized by Toronto Life magazine as "1 of Toronto's 20 most brilliant tech innovators".Other leading companies recognized include Kik, Wattpad, Freshbooks and League.The full article can be found here.An excerpt from the article is featured below:

When people get sick in 2016, they google their symptoms. Rather than fighting that impulse, family physician Joshua Liu embraced it. His app, SeamlessMD, streamlines the surgical process. Patients can record their symptoms before and after an operation, and access doctor instructions and exercise videos. The app sends their reports to their doctors, reducing the number of ER visits and giving patients a support system between appointments. Wind Mobile kingpin Anthony Lacavera is an investor, and Sunnybrook Hospital is already using the platform.

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