TapRoot Selected for Flinn Foundation Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program

Phoenix, AZ – February 2021 – TapRoot Interventions & Solutions, Inc., (“TapRoot” or the “Company”) a SaaS technology company offering Ella℠, a web and mobile digital assistant that improves care for individuals with cognitive deficits, announced that they have been selected for membership in the Flinn Foundations Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program for 2021. The Flinn Foundation supports selected early-stage companies with non-dilutive financing through a non-profit partner, invites each company to participant on Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap Steering Committee, and provides specialized support from a commercialization expert. These efforts support the strategic mission of Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap to build Arizona into a global leader for bioscience research and commercialization. 

TapRoot’s launching the first person-centered validated AI model for families and in-home caregivers. Currently, TapRoot is focused on long-term care communities putting personalized on-demand information in the hands of caregivers, increasing their engagement and supporting population healthcare management principles. 

“We are excited to participate in the Flinn BioPreneur Program,” said Scarlett Spring, CEO and co-founder of TapRoot. There is a clear unmet need to support our caregivers which ultimately improves care for persons with cognitive deficits. “The funding will help us continue to demonstrate the value of Ella in long-term care communities.” 

About The Flinn Foundation

The Flinn Foundation is a privately endowed, philanthropic grantmaking organization established in 1965 by Dr. Robert S. and Irene P. Flinn to improve the quality of life in Arizona to benefit future generations. In addition to advancing the biosciences in Arizona, the foundation supports the Flinn Scholars Program, a merit-based college scholarship program; arts and culture; and the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership.  

About TapRoot Interventions & Solutions, Inc.

TapRoot has developed Ella, the revolutionary AI-powered digital assistant that is helping long-term care communities to improve care for cognitively impaired individuals with a behavioral approach. TapRoot’s mission is to launch the first person-centered validated AI model for families and in-home caregivers. Ella support population healthcare management principles and enables real-time ROI and outcome measures for administrators while supporting documentation and billing for network providers. 

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