New Miami Accelerator Open for Business
Digital Health Innovators Apply Now

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Startupbootcamp is calling digital health innovators to apply to their innovation program in Miami

Startupbootcamp is on the hunt for extraordinary digital health entrepreneurs from around the world. Applications for its Digital Health program in Miami are Selected companies will join Miami’s growing healthcare market and participate in its intense acceleration program. Companies will have access to a national network of healthcare providers and insurers including Ascension, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Jackson Health System, the University of Miami Health System, Duke University Health System, Mount Sinai, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Florida Blue, Aetna and Healthways among many others. Over 100 mentors will help selected companies refine, grow and scale their businesses and prepare them to present at a 400+ attendee Demo Day in Miami.

Who should apply? Companies working at the intersection of healthcare and technology with proven and tested digital health models. In particular, entrepreneurs focused on improving healthcare delivery and outcomes for diverse and underserved communities.

Selected companies will receive seed funding, mentorship from and access to the most relevant network of healthcare providers, insurers and investors, six months of office space and in kind­services from Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Salesforce for Startups, Intel and Submit your application​to be chosen for Startupbootcamp Digital Health’s program and achieve a year of progress in three months.

About Startupbootcamp Digital Health

Startupbootcamp is a global family of industry­focused innovation programs with 13 accelerators in 10 cities across the US, Europe and Asia. In Miami, it has partnered with the Knight Foundation, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, University of Miami Health System, Microsoft, Univision and private healthcare investors for its digital health program focused on making healthcare more accessible, efficient and equitable. For more visit startupbootcamp.org/digitalhealth.