In partnership with GE Ventures, we’re looking to discover and invest in startups focusing on the transition to value-based care.
May 18, 2016
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StartUp Health & GE Ventures Launch Next Call for Innovations

In partnership with GE Ventures, we’re looking to discover and invest in startups focusing on the transition to value-based care - with a specific focus on clinical workflow and chronic care management solutions.

Apply at StartUpHealth.com/GE and learn more about StartUp Health Academy’s GE Program and current innovation themes.
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On this week’s StartUp Health NOW, Jasvir Zonobi, Kuveda Co-founder & CEO, and Unity Stoakes, StartUp Health Co-founder, delve into Kuveda’s powerful backstory and the future of precision medicine to help attack cancer.

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StartUp Health Academy

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A Transformed Economy - Man, Machines and the Network

Join us on May 26 at Techonomy NYC to explore the the impact of tech and increasing interconnection on the economy and focus on the question of what exactly the ubiquitous Internet of Things really means for cities, companies and communities. If we can accurately gain insights and correlations from the intelligence of the Internet of Things that matter, it will ultimately create a faster-growing, healthier and wealthier global society.

2016 HTF Innovation Conference: Common Good

Join us May 22-23 at Stanford University for the 5th Annual HTF Innovation Conference and take a deeper look into health and wellness enhancements for the masses made possible through technology and the framing and implementation of key health policies. Use code HTFIC2016-STARTUPHEALTH for 25% off registration.

Digital Health World Congress 2016

Join us this June at the Digital Health World Congress, the largest forum for medtech mobile IoT IT industry in London to explore all aspects of medical and mobile technology including ehealth, mhealth, telehealth, telemedicine, genomics and healthcare IT. Sign up online and use code STARTUPHEALTH for 25% off registration.

Upcoming Health Events

NYC Digital Health Forum
May 18
New York, NY 

Future Leaders Summit
May 24
Chicago, IL

Techonomy NYC
May 26
New York, NY

Nordic Health Investment Day
June 1
Helsinki, Finland

Digital Health Summer Summit
June 6-8
San Francisco, CA

Wearable Tech + Digital Health NYC
June 7
New York, NY

Financial Times Digital Health Summit
June 16
London, UK


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Insights

So far, digital health companies have raised over $1.8B in 2016, according to StartUp Health Insights. Here are a few of the most recent deals:

Startup Amount Investors
Pillar Biosciences $18.0M ORI Healthcare Fund
Medal $3.78M Undisclosed
Regroup Therapy $1.8M Hyde Park Angels, OCA Ventures, Impact Engine, New Stack Ventures, Wasson Enterprise, MD Angels
MIODx $1.5M Undisclosed
Digital Health Funding Rankings Q1 2016

While 2015 was the year digital health funding hit its stride, 2016 has already stepped it up a notch with a record-setting first quarter.

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