StartUp Health Academy accepts 100th company

From the stage at Health Datapalooza in Washington, DC today where it launched four years ago, StartUp Health, a global health innovation company for Healthcare Transformers, announced it has accepted 12 new startups to its Academy. With 102 portfolio companies and over 200 entrepreneurs from 10 countries, StartUp Health Academy has organized both the largest community of digital health companies and the largest peer network of healthcare entrepreneurs focused on transforming health and wellness.

“We launched StartUp Health four years ago at Health Datapalooza with the vision to transform healthcare by organizing a community of entrepreneurs passionate about fixing what’s broken,” said Steven Krein, CEO of StartUp Health. “What started as a dream, has quickly turned into reality as this family of more than 100 companies and 200 entrepreneurs in StartUp Health Academy charges forward everyday to reinvent the future of health and wellness.

StartUp Health Academy companies are solving some of healthcare’s critical problems through new technologies and innovative business models. The newest portfolio companies present solutions to a broad range of modern health issues including access to care and aging with vitality and hail from countries including Sweden and Turkey and states across the US from Florida and New York to Mississippi and New Mexico.

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