Healthbox unveils new class of health IT startups
Healthbox, which helps accelerate the growth of healthcare startups, announced an inaugural class of 10 companies, which will receive capital and other resources to spur their development and expansion.
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The three-month program, which launches January 9, will provide each of the 10 companies with access to an extensive mentor network, structured forums led by business experts, a collaborative workspace and $50,000 in seed capital. The program culminates in an organized Investor Day where participants will present their businesses to a targeted group of investors.
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“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with 10 passionate teams that represent some of the best entrepreneurial talent in healthcare," said Healthbox founder Nina Nashif. "Their business ideas are spurring new ways of thinking and collaborating in the industry. Healthbox is committed to advancing their development and helping to bring sustainable innovation into the marketplace."
The 10 selected companies, chosen from hundreds of applications from 26 states and eight countries, are: