Donato Tramuto, the Ogunquit resident who started a nonprofit organization that provides mobile health technology systems, rang the bell to close trading in the Nasdaq market Tuesday.

Tramuto, the founder of Physicians Interactive (now Aptus Health) and the chief executive officer of Healthways, rang the bell at 4 p.m. at Nasdaq Market Site at 4 Times Square. Both companies are partners of the non-profit Health eVillages. The occasion marked Health eVillages’ fifth anniversary.

Healthways provides health care plans and health improvement programs for companies and employees. Heath eVillages mobile technology is designed to help doctors and nurses treat people in remote, and often poor, regions. The health care teams use tablet computers loaded with dozens of medical applications, from symptom checkers to dosage calculators.

The organization last year launched a pilot program in a poor region of Washington County.

CORRECTION: This story was updated at 8:13 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016 to correct Tramuto’s title.