Andrew Ahn

Praxi Data Announces Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase 2 X22.1 Contract for 60th MDG

San Francisco, CA – Praxi Data announces the U.S. Air Force has selected and awarded them an AFWERX Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Direct to Phase II contract to support the US Air Force (USAF) capture and account for patient care performance measurements. The two-year contract builds on Praxi Data’s previous work in automatic curation, reconciliation & integration of Military Treatment Facility (MTF) data for analysis and reporting.

“This is an amazing opportunity to make a real impact with the Air Force by leveraging the power of AI/ML to quickly deploy critically needed solutions. It’s an honor to expand our collaboration with the US Air Force as well as the men and women who serve our country.”

Andrew Ahn, Praxi Data Founder and CEO

In this Direct to Phase II Praxi Data will collaborate with key personnel of the USAF medical staff and large Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) to implement innovations to improve “Readiness and Effectiveness.”  This compelling solution leverages AI/ML to significantly improve USAF command agility, data quality, and substantially reduce clerical hours of manual data entry and reconciliation.

Founded in 2018, Praxi Data is a fast growing early-stage start-up that turns dark data into actionable insights through automated discovery and expert data curation at cloud scale. We provide the missing link — traditional AI and ML applications still require a lot of manual inventory and curation of data that takes months and even years to get through. Praxi Data’s innovative solution of pre-built libraries reduces the manual portion of the process, leading to quicker, actionable results via automated data discovery and expert curation. Learn more at