Madison startup Child Health Imprints wins Pressure Chamber contest

According to the Wisconsin State Journal, Madison startup Child Health Imprints yesterday won the 10thh annual Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce Pressure Chamber contest held downtown at the Majestic Theatre. The startup at 504 S. Rosa Road has four employees currently.

The contest brought five local startups in front of national investors and around 200 live audience members to each deliver a five-minute pitch. The winner received a “golden suitcase” representative of its reserved spot in meetings to be led by the Chamber with top Silicon Valley investment firms this fall.

Child Health Imprints has developed a hardware device paired with software that uses artificial intelligence to help neonatal intensive care unit clinicians provide better care for newborns and premature infants. The hardware includes a surveillance device and compiles data about the baby’s nutrition, laboratory results, and more.