Startupbootcamp Selects Ten Companies for its Digital Health Innovation Program in Miami

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Startupbootcamp, a digital health innovation program focused on pre seed to pre Series A companies transforming healthcare and eradicating health disparities, selects its inaugural cohort

Startupbootcamp, Europe’s largest family of innovation programs, today announced the ten teams that will join its Miami-based digital health program. A diverse range of solutions – from pre-natal remote monitoring to Latin America’s largest telehealth provider – were selected.

After reviewing hundreds of applicants from over 40 countries, 15 digital health companies were invited to attend Startupbootcamp’s Selection Days. Over two days, the companies were evaluated by executives from the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, University of Miami Health System, Jackson Health System, Memorial Healthcare System, Aetna, Abbvie, Univision, Microsoft, GE Healthcare and top-tier healthcare investors. Following an intense, two-day selection process, the following program finalists were invited to form part of the 2016 cohort.

Post-seed:

Babyscripts (US) – The first mobile, clinical solution to seamlessly provide remote monitoring of an OB’s patient population in-between visits.

CareAngel (US) – Care Angel has developed ANGEL, the world’s first Artificially Intelligent Caregiver providing device-free care management and telemonitoring via telephone.

MediConecta (Venezuela) – The largest telehealth provider in Latin America. Currently operating in Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Chile and expanding to the US.

QoC Health (Canada) – QoC Health helps health organizations take their digital health ideas to scale / commercialization with its patient-centered technology platform.

TruClinic (US) – A modular cloud-based  telemedicine platform that combines video collaboration with clinical workflow management solutions to help healthcare providers better serve their patients.

VoiceITT (Israel) – A voice-translation technology platform for people with speech disability;  compiling a proprietary sound bank of unintelligible speech for research purposes.

 

Pre-seed:

Aces Health (US) – The first end-to-end clinical trial management app for patients and researchers.

Overl.ai (US) – A healthcare automation intelligence company that makes it easy for providers to control the apps and web services they use to deliver care and communicate with patients.

Keep Livin (US) – A patient engagement platform with a mission to eradicate health disparities that adversely impact racial/ethnic communities.

LineHealth (Portugal) – A hardware company helping you to take the right pill at the right time, leading to a longer and healthier life.

The ten companies have raised $13.85 million and are valued at over $48 million collectively.

In addition to the ten startups of this year’s cohort, Startupbootcamp is also welcoming two Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EIR). The EIRs are featured below.

Carevoyance (US) – A data analytics platform that helps medical device companies expand their market.

Personomics (US) – A healthcare company founded by Jordan Kavana to revolutionize consumer driven wellness by providing health, diet, beauty and lifestyle solutions based on your DNA.

The selected companies are provided with seed funding, matched with an international network of healthcare customers to accelerate sales and given access to a network of top-tier venture investors to raise seed-Series A financing to scale their business. The program will begin September 6 and culminate with a Demo Day December 1.