Healthbox Unveils Next Class of Startups

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Healthbox has unveiled the next class of startups that it has accepted into its digital health accelerator program. The program kicked off on May 6th and will run from a new campus in Miami. Healthbox has partnered with GuideWell, the parent company of Florida Blue, to provide startups with local support and mentorship. The new location brings Healthbox’s total campuses to seven, with Boston, Chicago, Florida, Nashville, Salt Lake City, and London having previously hosted programs.

In a break from traditional accelerator models, Healthbox is piloting a new approach to helping grow startups with its Miami class. Called Healthbox Studios, the new model offers no initial funding, but requires no equity be given up. Additionally, full-time, on-site attendance is not mandatory. Instead, startups enter into an eight-week program organized into bi-weekly modules that address key knowledge areas. Startups receive guidance and feedback throughout the program.

In total, 10 startups were selected to participate in the new program.

Avatar DSS (no website) – Avatar DSS has created algorithms that will let doctors run simulations of various treatment plans to help create a personalized plan for a patient’s specific condition.

EHR Works – Brooklyn-based EHR.Works is marketing a Web-based integration suite that connects EHRs with health apps, wearables, medical devices, labs, and hospitals.

HealthCentrix – HealthCentrix is a startup building support tools to help patients understand and stick with their treatment plans and learn how to manage newly diagnosed chronic diseases.

Hindsait – Hindsait uses natural language processing and data analytics tools to create more robust clinical data sets for hospitals. The company uses this data to create reports that forecast trends within the organization.

iCare Intelligence – iCare is another data analytics startup. The team is focusing on the physician and physician group market, where they are analyzing costs of services and compliance and identifying trends, risks, and opportunities for cost savings.

Keet – Keet markets a Web-based practice management and patient support system to physical therapy providers.

Tesser Health – Tesser Health provides a suite of products to improve patient engagement through chronic-condition management, smart triage tools and medication adherence.

Transformair – Transformair is a startup that is working on an air purification system that it says can completely destroy air pollutants and eliminate the triggers of asthma, allergies, and sickness in the air.

Sensentia – Sensentia has created a suite of tools that supplements a variety of manual clinical processes with the use of natural language processing. The company’s tools are used to optimize clinical documentation, automate claims preparation, and support call centers fielding eligibility questions from patients.

Symptify – Symptify is a complex symptom checker that asks a series of questions about a patient’s symptoms to narrow down possible causes, then recommends the appropriate level of care, such as an ED visit or a scheduled visit with a PCP.


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