TryCycle Data in The New Britain Herald

New Britain, January 11, 2018

"What happens to the client when they leave a counseling session?"

The Farrell Treatment Center is located in New Britain, Connecticut, and this question was posed by Executive Director, David Borzellino.

By partnering with TryCycle Data, the Farrell Treatment Center is seeking to answer the question effectively using a leading edge technology platform that allows therapists and their patients to stay connected between face-to-face sessions.

Click here to read the full story.

TryCycle Data Visits the Capital Angel Network

Ottawa, December 13, 2017

John MacBeth,TryCycle Data Founder and CEO, was featured at the final Capital Angel Network “Mashup & Social” event for 2017 at the Canadian Museum of History.

Below is the five-minute interview with John on the future of TryCycle - compliments of Techopia Live.

After 125 years of status quo, it’s time to Try a new care Cycle in the fight against substance use.John MacBeth

Jonathan Rezek on AI Accelerating Medical Breakthroughs

Ottawa, December 12, 2017

Jonathan Rezek is a member of the National Innovation Team at IBM Canada and a great friend to everyone at TryCycle Data.

Please watch this remarkably personal video about Jonathan and his vision to harness the power of IBM Watson in the field of Parkinson’s medical research.

TryCycle CEO on 1310 News

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Ottawa, December 7, 2017

TryCycle Data Founder and CEO, John MacBeth, was featured in an interview on AM 1310 News today. The broad ranging conversation focused on the growing opioid crisis and the approach that TryCycle Data is taking to help medical professionals tackle the behavioral issues.

Listen to the full 10 minute interview in the player below.

Ottawa, November 20, 2017

TryCycle Data continues to grow and gain recognition in the community, and today we are proud to announce that TryCycle Data is the featured cover story for this week's edition of the Ottawa Business Journal!

The story is titled, 'Early warning system' gives opioid addicts new weapon in fight to stay clean, and features an interview with CEO, John MacBeth.

It’s an early warning system for reusing. It sounds simple, but it’s taken a few years to crack the code.John MacBeth, CEO

Ottawa, November 8, 2017

CNA LogoJohn MacBeth, CEO & President of TryCycle Data and Mike Villeneuve, CEO of the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) delivered a joint announcement today about their new partnership agreement.

Said Villeneuve,Health-system funders and decision-makers constantly face challenges when deciding which technologies will better serve patients and health-care providers. In partnering with TryCycle, CNA will bring nurses — health professionals with critical insights into what works best for delivering care — to the table to inform discussions and help guide and test e-tools to improve access, effectiveness, timeliness and appropriateness of care. This affiliation creates a mechanism to develop and validate innovative tools and resources that are badly needed now."

Learn more about this exciting partnership.