On Tuesday, February 25th, 2014, Canopy Apps hosted their first annual Physicians Reception at Gansevoort Park Hotel Rooftop in Manhattan, New York. Over 200 healthcare professionals attended the beautiful reception and they had the opportunity to see Canopy Apps CEO, Jerrit Tan talk about the future of healthcare technology for the underserved. After a live demonstration of the Canopy Medical Translator, Jerrit announced the official launch of the app in the Apple App Store and gave all the guests a free access code to access the app.
Check out the photos from the night!
"We envision a future where health care providers no longer have to dislike using language translation services. Whenever a provider encounters a patient who does not speak the same language as them, they can have Canopy in the palm of their hands to quickly communicate and exchange information. Our vision is that this will work not only in the US for non-English speakers, but globally wherever there is a language barrier in health care."
On Tuesday, February 25th, 2014, Canopy Apps hosted their first annual Physicians Reception at Gansevoort Park Hotel Rooftop in Manhattan, New York.
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Bill Tan arrived in America when he was 15 years old. He knew just 500 words of English, but this was 500 more than his anyone else in his family. The experience inspired him to found Transcendent Endeavors, a company that uses technology to break down communication barriers.