StartUp Health Colorado launches, seeks partnerships with healthcare entrepreneurs

StartUp Health launched its innovation program with three Aurora, Colo.-based academic medical institutions last week with eyes toward filling 29 partnerships with health startups, reports Denverite.

StartUp Health Colorado will include support from University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus - Children's Hospital Colorado, CU Anschutz and UCHealth. The innovation initiative will collaborate with each institution to develop a custom portfolio that includes 30 innovation projects over the first three years. 

StartUp Health Colorado also gained its first startup partnership with prescription drug platform RxREVU in Denver. StartUp Health CEO and co-founder Steven Krein called for other healthcare startups and entrepreneurs to apply to join StartUp Health Colorado. There are 29 remaining positions, with applications closing Dec. 9.     

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