Miami-based digital health startup accelerator brings 10 new companies into incubator

Startupbootcamp has selected 10 companies to participate in its Miami-based digital health accelerator. The three month-long program partners young healthcare startups with health systems such as St. Louis-based Ascension Health, Durham, N.C.-based Duke University Health System, and Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami.

Startups included in the accelerator will get the chance to pilot their programs in leading hospitals, be connected with hundreds of potential venture capital firms and investors, and receive guidance from leading healthcare minds and organizations.

The following are the10 companies set to join Startupbootcamp's health accelerator in Miami, according to The Miami Herald.

  • Babyscripts uses remote monitoring to improve quality of care, satisfaction, reimbursement and help create a new model for prenatal care.
  • CareAngel is an app-based service that uses artificial intelligence, voice recognition, and a two-minute daily check-in call to give families up-to-date information on how their elderly loved ones are doing.
  • MediConecta is the largest telemedicine provider in Latin America. 
  • QoC Health offers a digital patient engagement platform that is focused on preventing readmissions, shifting toward an emphasis on community-based care and improving care transitions.
  • TruClinic is a telemedicine solution that uses a cloud-based platform to connect providers with patients on the systems they already use.
  • VoiceITT's platform is an app aimed at enabling people with speech disabilities to use their voices to communicate.
  • Aces Health uses a smartphone app and other connected devices to improve the patient experience, including medication adherence and compliance outside of the hospital.
  • Overl.ai gives providers an artificially intelligent dashboard that streamlines communications, such as status updates and alerts, between devices, messaging services, EHRs and more.
  • Keep Livin focuses on patient engagement and wellness to eliminate health disparities that disproportionately impact ethnic communities.
  • LineHealth develops products to help patients take the right medications at the right time.

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