Agility Healthcare Solutions Selected to Present at CED's 25th Annual Venture Conference
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Healthcare Technology Company Will Present as Late Stage Company at Leading Southeast, Mid-Atlantic Venture Conference RICHMOND, Va.--(Business Wire)-- Agility Healthcare Solutions, Inc. today announced that it has been selected as one of 36 companies to present at CED's 25th Annual Venture Conference, which will be held April 16-18, 2008, at Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club in Durham, N.C. The conference will showcase the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic's top investment opportunities to hundreds of venture capitalists and financiers from throughout the United States. Agility, a healthcare technology company, will present as one of the conference's late stage companies as part of the technology track. Agility's AgileTrac Enterprise is a family of software products that helps hospitals improve the quality of patient care, generate more revenue and improve margins by increasing patient and procedure throughput. It provides hospital-wide visibility of patients, staff and resources to improve the flow of patient care and delivers a rapid return on investment (ROI). AgileTrac automatically gathers data using real-time location systems such as radio frequency identification, and provides situational awareness to improve operational efficiency. "This year's Venture conference promises to feature the most exciting investment opportunities in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic regions," said CED Venture Conference Co-chair Eric Linsley, partner, Pappas Ventures. "Not only does this conference offer access to an amazing pipeline of companies from pre-seed to mezzanine rounds of funding, but also an amazing range of technologies including cutting edge innovations in Technology, Life Science and Alternative Energy." "Agility provides hospitals with a unique opportunity to positively impact their business outcomes while improving patient care by improving the utilization of resources, decreasing delays and easing bottlenecks throughout the hospital," said Francis X. Dirksmeier, CEO of Agility. "We are pleased to be presenting at CED's 25th Annual Venture Conference." For more information about CED Venture, visit www.cednc.org/venture. About Agility Healthcare Solutions Agility Healthcare Solutions offers systems for controlling the flow of patient care. Using real-time location systems such as RFID, Agility transforms the way hospitals track, manage, measure and improve the patient care process and utilization of resources. Headquartered in Richmond, Va., Agility's clients include Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), Bon Secours Richmond Health System, and the U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs. For more information about Agility, please visit www.agilityhealthcare.com. About the Council for Entrepreneurial Development The Council for Entrepreneurial Development, headquartered in Research Triangle Park, is a private, non-profit organization formed in 1984 to stimulate the creation and growth of high-impact companies in the Research Triangle, North Carolina and Southeast region. Since 2001, CED has helped triangle-area companies raise over $2.6 billion in venture capital. CED provides education, mentoring and capital formation resources to new and existing high-growth entrepreneurs through annual conferences, seminars, workshops and programs on entrepreneurial management and finance. CED is the largest and oldest entrepreneurial support organization in the nation with more than 5,000 members representing over 1,100 entrepreneurial companies, financiers and professional firms. For more information, visit www.cednc.org. For Agility Healthcare Solutions Ron Barden, 804-523-4015 firstname.lastname@example.org www.agilityhealthcare.com Copyright Business Wire 2008
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