MobiHealth News: StartUp Health Academy adds 14 new companies
By: Jonah Comstock | Oct 14, 2013
Digital health accelerator StartUp Health announced its latest class of 14 companies, including some familiar names. StartUp Health is a little different from other accelerators as it accepts companies at any stage and from anywhere in the country and mentors them for 3 years, rather than a few months.
StartUp Health reported, along with the announcement of the new class, that the 46 companies in the StartUp Health Academy have now raised a combined $106 million. Here are the 14 new companies...
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