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Feb. 27, 2014 9:15 am

Early-stage healthcare startup Advanced Metrics moves into BioPark

The startup founded in January 2013 has quickly moved to the commercialization stages of its first product, KIDnet, a real-time reporting tool that tracks the outcomes of behavioral health treatment for children and adults.

An aerial view of the BioPark at the University of Maryland.

Advanced Metrics is making a move from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, over to the University of Maryland BioPark.

The startup founded in January 2013 has quickly moved to the commercialization stages of its first product, KIDnet, a real-time reporting tool that tracks the outcomes of behavioral health treatment for children and adults, according to a press release announcing the move.

Two Advanced Metrics employees will work from the BioPark.

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