Meet the upmedic team!
Our mission? make clinicians' lives easier!
Read our history below
The idea was born when the Paczuski brothers realized many of their fellow physicians complain regularly about repetitive office-like tasks that make it longer for the patient to wait for test results. Willing to help their colleagues, the brothers used their specialist knowledge of information technology, artificial intelligence and natural language processing. That’s how upmedic’s prototype was built - consulted with practitioners from the very start and with every iteration.
Pacode ltd. was established by the Paczuski brothers. A startup software house at first, creating solutions for Sundose and ieServices, among others, it also developed upmedic. Its main goal: to speed up the process of creating structured medical documentation and ensuring standardization, as well as high quality of gathered medical data.
Medyceusz Medical Centers became the first upmedic client in the area of radiological imaging.
SNOMED CT International: upmedic presented automated solutions for converting traditional free-text documentation into structured reports available in a variety of languages.
upmedic took part in the Health Venture Lab GE Healthcare accelerator.
Upmedic won the Pitch & Bridge Canada international pitching competition.
Upmedic won the Founders Live pitching competition.
Official cooperation with IBM started.
LT Capital invested $240,000 into our project, upmedic joined Lublin Medicine – Medical & Wellness Cluster
upmedic developed new functionalities and User Experience upgrades based on practitioners’ feedback.
upmedic took part in the Healthcare Lab Roche & EIT Health international accelerator.
upmedic won the 10,000EUR grand prize during Demo Day finalizing the Healthcare Lab Roche & EIT Health accelerator.
upmedic started a pilot program at University Clinical Center of the Medical University of Warsaw and joined Polish Hospital Federation.
upmedic started official cooperation with European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics
upmedic started a pilot program at the Warsaw Institute of Mother and Child