MiraHeart Advances in 2023 Rice Business Plan Competition

April 4, 2023

MiraHeart’s innovative solution has caught the attention of the medical community and investors alike, and their success in the Rice Business Plan Competition could potentially bring them the recognition and funding needed to propel their company to the forefront of the medical industry. Their noninvasive central venous pressure monitoring technology could revolutionize the way pediatric heart failure is diagnosed and treated, providing a safer and more efficient alternative to traditional methods. The impact of MiraHeart’s solution could potentially save countless lives and drastically improve the quality of life for children and families affected by pediatric heart failure.

In addition to the potential medical benefits, MiraHeart’s success in the Rice Business Plan Competition could also have a significant impact on the startup community. As one of the world’s largest and most prestigious intercollegiate startup competitions, the Rice Business Plan Competition attracts top talent and investors from around the globe. By being selected as one of the 42 teams to compete, MiraHeart has already gained valuable exposure and recognition. If they were to win any of the $1 million in prizes, it could provide the financial boost needed to scale their solution and bring it to market.

All eyes will be on MiraHeart as they compete in the Rice Business Plan Competition, and the outcome of the competition could have a ripple effect on the medical industry and startup community as a whole. With their innovative approach, dedication, and potential to make a positive impact on the world, MiraHeart is poised to become the next big disruptor in the medical industry. It will be exciting to see what the future holds for this promising startup.

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering

Department of Biomedical Engineering

Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design

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The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design