Optum said Friday The Daptly Display, Save a Warrior and King-Devick Technologies were selected out of 15 teams who demonstrated new concepts, such as a software treatment platform and a virtual reality device, in front of a live audience and panel of judges.  “There are unbelievable opportunities to accelerate innovation to help veterans with brain injuries live healthier lives through public-private partnerships like the VA’s Brain Trust,” said Patty Horoho, CEO of Optum’s military and veterans group.


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