Life Line Screening Partners with Bone Index, Ltd

Life Line Screening has partnered with Europe’s premier medical device manufacturer, Bone Index, Ltd., to offer a convenient way for American patients to stay on top of osteoporosis screenings by bringing to market Bindex®, a bone density detection device. Adding this new tool to preventive care and wellness screenings will combat the continuing problem of undiagnosed osteoporosis throughout the world.

Osteoporosis is the cause of millions of broken bones each year in the U.S. that costs the health care system nearly $20 billion, a figure that analysts assume will grow over the next decade. The greatest obstacle in detecting osteoporosis is being able to diagnosis bone loss without the use of X-ray machines, which requires a hospital visit. Bindex®, by comparison, is far more convenient because it is a hand-held device that can be used to screen a patient’s bone density in a doctor’s office. The Bindex® device checks the thickness of both cortical and tibia bones to calculate bone density index, which is an estimate of the bone density in a person’s hip.

Life Line Screening services patients in the United States with more than fifteen thousand screenings that encompass ultrasound tests for vascular and bone diseases. Bringing Bindex® into their practice will make the detection of osteoporosis much easier than it has been in the past and make Life Line Screening one of the better ways for patients to get a simple and safe test that doesn’t involve X-ray exposure.

Life Line Screening was formed in 1993 and has since screened close to eight million patients, and today screens a million people each year. Life Line’s mission is to raise awareness about health problems before they become serious. Their screenings are designed by physicians and use up-to-date medical technology to make them convenient and informative. The organization also funds a K23 Award, which is a research grant offered by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute as well as the American Vascular Association to further careers in vascular research. Life Line Screening has expanded its screenings to events in the United Kingdom and Australia in recent years.

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Eric Lefkofsky; American Entreprenuer

Erick Paul Lefkofsky was born in the year 1969.He is an America business man. Eric is a co founder of different organizations. Some of them include, Tempus, Groupon, InnerWorkings, Mediaocean, Echo Global Logistics and Uptake. Lefkofsky attended the University of Michigan. He started his career in this university where he was selling carpet. In 1993 after he had pursued law, him and his friend borrowed fund to start an apparel organization in Madison situated in Wisconsin. They named the company as Brandon Apparel. He also created another company later with another friend in the year 1999.The company was an internet company called Starbelly.

Starbelly dealt with the promotion of products. The company later encountered quick growth and later sold to Halo industries in the year 2000.Lefkofsky partnered with Halo and he became the chief operating officer of the company. A year later the company became bankrupt. After Starbelly he co-founded InnerWorkings Company in the end of 2001.

I’m glad to know that billionaire Lefkofsky created his fortune saving clients funds on restaurants and travel with Groupon. With the recent startup which is Tempus, he is trying to secure their lives. He is focused on utilizing genomic arrangement to assist doctors to customize cancer therapy. Tempus which is situated in Chicago announced that it has raised funds in its list C sponsoring around from agents New Enterprise Associates and Revolution Growth.

The financing was part of the money raised from when Lefkofsky founded Tempus in the year 2015 with his business partner. Lefkofsky who is the chief executive officer and his business partner they have invested in each fundraising series for Tempus. In a recent interview with the Crains Chicago Business he said that he was willing to venture up to 100 million dollars in the business. But where did Lefkofsky invest in business while his career is in the technology industry? In an interview with the MedCity News he said that he had a loved one who was diagnosed with breast cancer. During therapy he recognized that there is lack of complex infrastructure in how clinical information took place. This made him to venture in to healthcare field.

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