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Tissue Analytics’ new office has a panoramic view of Baltimore

The office above Power Plant Live gives the company more space.

Baltimore is backdrop at Tissue Analytics' Inner Harbor office. (Photo by Stephen Babcock)

Tissue Analytics moved out of Spark Baltimore recently, but the company is still at Power Plant Live.
The startup, which makes an app that helps healthcare professionals monitor wounds, moved into a larger office above Rams Head Live.
Along huge windows that offer a sweeping view of the city to the east that stretches from Johns Hopkins Hospital to Natty Boh Tower, the office provides more space for the company. At 2,230 sq. ft., CEO Kevin Keenahan said the new office is almost triple the size of Tissue’s space at Spark. The Cordish Companies¬†are the owner of the property, just as they are at Spark.
While the 11-member team is settling in, Keenahan is heading to San Francisco next week to pitch at the Google Cloud Machine Learning competition. Tissue is a finalist in the competition, which has prizes of $1 million in Google Cloud credit or up to $1 million in investment. A panel of investors from Silicon Valley VCs like a16z, Sequoia Capital and Greylock Partners will be judging.
The company has been focused on growing clients, and its software is currently used in 122 facilities, Keenahan said. In May, the company signed Intermountain Healthcare, which is one of the largest nonprofit integrated health systems in the U.S., Med City News reported.

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