Health Connections exhibits at the 2013 mHealth Summit

Health Connections is proud to be among the companies exhibiting its unique platform solution to connect the various players in the health and wellness ecosystem.

The 2013 mHealth Summit is the premier international forum connecting the mobile health ecosystem for mHealth research, education, thought leadership, exhibits and action-provoking panel discussions. The forum, just 5 years old, has showcased the explosion of innovation in the mobile and wireless health space. Mobility in healthcare has become a major component of the way care solutions are marketed, delivered, consumed and administered. Collaboration, generational attitudes and a wide range of regulatory changes and economic trends are also driving this change.


Health Connections is one of 14 companies selected into StartUp Health's Academy out of 1,200 applicants

StartUp Health has chosen 14 new digital health companies for its three-year long mentorship program, which aims to turn startups into sustainable businesses.

The company made the announcement today at the Cleveland Clinic’s Innovation Summit. Over 1,200 companies applied for the program, which lasts three years and includes virtual workshops, classes, regular summits, and access to a variety of online resources.....

StartUp Health’s academy program is highly structured and designed to help startups become sustainable businesses. One of the goals for the first year, for instance, is to connect the founders with potential pilot partners, like a chief information officer of a large hospital network. These partners will often turn into paying customers by the end of the program.

Earlier this year, StartUp Health partnered with GE as part of its $6 billion Healthymagination initiative. The startups enrolled in the program can take advantage of many of GE’s software and infrastructure for free...

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Health Connections featured among StartUp Health's Academy 14 new companies

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... 

Health Connections provides a white labeled health engagement app, both for providers to give to patients and for employers to distribute to employees. The app promotes behavior change and health engagement by connecting patients to “integrated ecosystems.”

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