StartUp Health

By Jonah Comstock 07:25 am November 23, 2012
Beyond Lucid Technologies, a 3-year-old startup that offers a mobile platform for first responders, called Mediview, announced a new investor this week. Dalmore Investments LLC, an angel fund based in Minneapolis, gave the company a six-figure convertible note, according to their website. This appears to be the company's first major raise. It will be added to $420,000 in previously announced seed...
By Brian Dolan 04:44 am September 20, 2012
Chemotopia's personalized chemotherapy decision tree This week healthcare academy StartUp Health announced 12 more companies that would begin its three year program, which is designed to help them better navigate the world of healthcare. Like its inaugural class StartUp Health’s second class is includes a couple of well-known entities, including Dave Chase's Avado, CakeHealth, and Greatist....
By Brian Dolan 04:28 am May 17, 2012
One of the more entertaining panels at this week's Health 2.0 Spring Fling event here in Boston was the panel on digital health incubators. While the lineup did not include a rep from Rock Health as originally advertised, the panel did include founders from a handful of other increasingly high-profile organizations. Only two of them self-identify as "incubators", however. One is more like an...
By Brian Dolan 06:23 pm March 14, 2012
This week healthcare incubator StartUp Health announced its inaugural class of 10 Healthcare Transformers, who will go through a three-year curriculum designed to help them better navigate the world of healthcare. StartUp Health's first class is full of known entities in the world of healthcare startups. Among those chosen for the first class: founders from Basis, MotherKnows, Medivo, and...
By Brian Dolan 02:30 pm February 13, 2012
In the fall of 2010, AT&T announced a partnership with WellDoc to bring the mobile health startup's DiabetesManager app and service offering to its enterprise customers. Ever since then the mobile operator has been searching for other "best of breed" vendors to help bring to market. During that "exhaustive search" AT&T realized that both its customers and the developers it had met with...
By Brian Dolan 05:42 am June 15, 2011
StartUp Health, a new initiative focused on improving access to education, capital and resources for health and wellness entrepreneurs, was announced last week at the Health Data Intitative Forum, according to a report over at HealthCareITNews. HHS CTO Aneesh Chopra unveiled the initiative, which will be led by Steve Krein as CEO, and Jerry Levin,  former Time Warner Chairman/CEO and current...