We’re thrilled to announce that Vedi (formerly VetDB) has been selected as a finalist for WA Innovator of the Year Awards 2022.
Announced on 10 August by the Hon Stephen Dawson MLC, Vedi (formerly VetDB) is amongst 16 innovators shortlisted in the state-wide competition.
Vedi is one of six finalists shortlisted for the Rio Tinto Growth award and one of four finalists in line for the Business News Great for the State Award.
“The Veterinary system is at breaking point in Australia and technology like Vedi is helping ease some of the burden placed on vets,” Dr Steve Joslyn, co-founder of Vedi and specialty radiologist said.
“It means a lot that the government is acknowledging the role health data management and technology has to play in improving outcomes for vets and animals,” he added.
Vedi is amongst 16 local innovators representing exciting projects across industries including technology, energy, finance, medicine and AI.
The WA Innovator of the Year Awards 2022 winners will be announced in December.
Read the Government of Western Australia’s full Media Statement here.
Vedi (formerly VetDB) is a vet-tech startup founded in 2017 to fix the fundamental data problems in veterinary medicine. Vedi is a seamless way of capturing and managing health data and connecting vets to the services they use daily. With Vedi verified data powering veterinary care, vets can submit pathology testing, register microchips, record vaccinations and more securely in seconds. What’s truly unique about Vedi is that it locks all health information to an animal’s microchip – so their vital records go wherever they go. Vedi is truly ringing in the age of digital veterinary care.
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