Austin, TX — December 9, 2016 — RxWiki Inc., a digital health company that powers the websites, mobile apps, and digital marketing strategies of thousands of pharmacies through its Digital Pharmacist SaaS platform, today announced that it won Austin Inno’s “50 on Fire” Award in the Health and Life Sciences category.
“We’re pleased to accept the award as one of Austin’s fastest growing companies,” said Chris Loughlin, Chief Executive Officer at RxWiki. “Our platform gives independent retail pharmacies the digital tools necessary to compete against national chains. Patients can manage their health through our websites, apps, and SMS products from anywhere, at anytime. Winning this award further validates our dedication to help thousands of pharmacists and patients across the nation achieve better health outcomes.”
Austin Inno’s “50 on Fire” recognizes inventors, disrupters, luminaries and newsmakers across Austin’s top industries, including B2B Tech, Consumer Tech, Hardware, Health & Life Sciences, Lifestyle, Marketing & Advertising, Social Impact, and Supporters. Hundreds of companies were nominated for an award. A panel of 22 of Austin’s most accomplished investors and entrepreneurs selected the 50 winners.
About RxWiki Inc.
RxWiki Inc. (www.rxwiki.com) is a rapidly growing Digital Health company connecting pharmacies and patients through its Digital Pharmacist SaaS platform and original pharmacist written and verified content. RxWiki’s Digital Pharmacist platform powers the websites and mobile applications of 1,400 pharmacy brands. Patients can manage their medications, complete digital refills, engage with medication adherence programs, and complete online reviews. RxWiki’s original pharmacist-written and verified content includes 20,000 original health articles, 7,500 health-related videos, and 100 disease condition channels. More than 3,700 community pharmacies and national health brands such as Health Mart and Health Media Network license this content to engage and educate their patients. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas.