Emocha Mobile Health expands to opioid addiction treatment

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Baltimore Sun

The application was built on technology developed at Johns Hopkins in 2008 as a tool for global clinical health research. Co-founders Sebastian Seiguer and Morad Elmi licensed it in 2013. The company is based at Hopkins' FastForward incubator in East Baltimore.

"There's a lot of noise in mobile health," said Seiguer, emocha's CEO. "Our strategy has always been, in addition to building a great technology and getting it to market, to get the most respected people in the clinical and research field to help us design it and test it with patients."