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Angel Eye startup bursting out

Company putting in more cameras to link parents, ill babies

Posted: June 23, 2014 at 2:37 a.m.

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Angel Eye is a HIPPA-compliant webcam system that allows families of infants in neonatal intensive care units to watch their children using a secure web portal. The technology was licensed from UAMS BioVentures in 2013 and is expanding to hospitals around the country.

UNDATED HANDOUT PHOTO Angel Eye is a HIPPA-compliant webcam system that allows families of infants in neonatal intensive care units to watch their children using a secure web portal. The technology was licensed from UAMS BioVentures in 2013 and is expanding to hospitals around the country.

In 2006, Curtis Lowery, chairman of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences department of obstetrics and gynecology, wanted to find a way to help parents connect with their babies being treated at UAMS' neonatal intensive care unit.

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