Dalton Shaull receives first-place $25,000 prize at TCU case competition.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Lesanne B. Fliehler

A Founders Club member in the Bedell Entrepreneurship Learning Lab, HealthTech Solutions took first place and the $25,000 price in the Values and Ventures Competition at TCU’s Neeley School of Business. HealthTech Solutions, created by Dalton Shaull and Eric Pahl, beat out 17 other teams. The competition is for businesses that benefit a specific population, community, or the environment while making a profit.

The company modernizes communication in organ transplant, using real-time mobile software application that is HIPAA compliant and facilitates instantaneous communication and information flow.

First prize also includes $75,000 worth of in-kind marketing/advertising services, 8 hours of IT consulting services, 3 hours of legal consulting services, and 15 hours of financial consulting services.