ABOUT MEDRHYTHMS

MedRhythms is a leading digital therapeutics company with a focus on creating FDA-cleared prescription products that use music, sensors, and artificial intelligence to improve mobility. The company’s approach is to integrate MedRhythms’ products with previously approved pharmaceutical drugs, or other treatment modalities, to provide better outcomes for patients, data and insights for clinicians and partners, and cost-effective solutions for payers. Our vision is large, and we have brought together a passionate team of individuals who are committed to fulfilling our mission and making a big impact in the world. MedRhythms has been mentioned in Forbes, The Huffington Post, and Xconomy.


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Why Portland?

  • Conde Nast Traveler voted Portland, Maine, as one of the 15 best small cities in the U.S. in its 2018 Reader’s Choice Awards

    How Portland’s earned it: a sprinkling of fine new hotels… a revamped waterfront… and, best of all, a restaurant scene that pound-for-pound outclasses any other on the East Coast.

  • Portland, Maine, Is Bon Appetit Magazine’s 2018 Restaurant City of the Year

    From the butteriest croissants to outstanding pho, it’s never been a better time to hit up Portland, Maine.

  • Portland, Maine is consistently considered to be one of the best cities for young professionals in the country according to some of the following sources:

  • Outdoor activities (hiking, biking, fishing, sailing, etc.) are popular year-round

    • “In the winter, popular walking trails convert for snowshoeing, and cross-country skiers can be seen all throughout the region” (U.S. News & World Report)

    • Near some of the best ski resorts in the northeast (including Sugarloaf and Sunday River)

    • Surrounded by beautiful sandy and rocky beaches

  • Next door to the Portland Head Light, the most photographed lighthouse in the US, and other scenic lighthouses

 

Portland Head Light - Sunset

“What To Do,” Portland Head Light Fort Williams Park, portlandheadlight.com

Street and Company

“Street and Company,” Oldport.com

 

  • Only a 2 hour drive from Boston, New England’s largest city

  • Incredible food and restaurants, including some of the best seafood in the country

  • Thriving craft beer scene

  • Big city vibrancy, culture, and lifestyle without the traffic, noise, costs, and impersonal nature of large metro areas

  • The Old Port district combines youth, vitality, and the spirit of an urban center with historic buildings, charming cobblestone streets, and a small-town community feel

 

The Old Port

Phillip Capper, “In the Old Port, Portland, Maine, 16 Nov. 2008,” flickr.com

Thompson’s Point Concert

Joshua Frances, “Thompson’s Point burgeoning into city’s newest neighborhood,” Portland Press Herald