8 Startups Selected for HealthInc 2020 Accelerator Program

HealthInc 2020 is ready to start!

Amsterdam, 16 January 2020 – The 8 best startups are finally selected from almost 200 applications worldwide to join our HealthInc 2020 program. These talented entrepreneurs cover various aspects of the healthtech industry, including Chronic Disease Management, Predictive & Personalized Health, Women’s Health, Real-time Healthcare and improved Access to Care and Physician Health, Training & Assistance. Along with a board of juries, we selected 8 companies from the Top 16 teams that advanced to HealthInc’s Selection Days in Amsterdam on 14th and 15th of January. Making it this far, they had already completed a three month-long scouting phase and went through an evaluation of almost 200 applications from across the world.

Officially joining the program, the 8 selected startups will experience three months of intensive mentorship and training. They will be provided with structured mentorship, masterclasses, partner days and strategic guidance regarding their investment and business opportunities. Throughout the accelerator program, the startups will benefit from valuable partnerships that HealthInc offer through its extensive network of partners. This will open a pathway which will allow them access to potential customers, industry knowledge and investments, with the ultimate goal of becoming industry-leading companies on their own.

The accelerator program will culminate in May with a Demo Day, where the 8 teams will be invited to present their work to investors, mentors, partners and media.

Rogier van den Braak, CEO Sanquin Holding BV: “HealthInc is a bridge that connects promising startups with resourceful organizations in a Healthtech atmosphere. The network Sanquin can enter by participating in the HealthInc program is indeed very valuable for us. HealthInc offers a golden opportunity to get involved in cutting-edge technologies, whether it is big data, AI or machine learning, whilst pushing forward the quality of healthcare.”

Patrick de Zeeuw, co-founder of Startupbootcamp Global said, “We’ve been empowering innovators since 2010 and it is great to be able to welcome a new cohort of Healthtech startups here in Amsterdam. We see a massive potential from this area of technology startups.”

 

Patrick de Zeeuw (left) and Rogier van den Braak (middle) listening to one of the startups

 

Startups Participating

  1. Easylabs (Canada): Lab results interpretation platform in multiple languages and from multiple perspectives.
  2. OncoChain (Romania): Builds an innovative blockchain platform to facilitate real world data collection and patient-centered care.
  3. MedicPad (Romania): Manage patients intake process and medical records using cloud-based software.
  4. Akila Labs (US): Akila is an AI powered preventive health platform with its proprietary behavior data that will fundamentally alter healthcare business models while delivering unique products and services to its customers.
  5. miiCARE (UK): AI-based assistive technology for the elderly and people with needs.
  6. AIDA Diagnostics (Poland): Help make the best possible decision in blood management.
  7. ApexQubit (Latvia): provides next-generation proprietary cloud software to automate a design of protein-based therapeutics.
  8. Purple Gaze (Russia): Eye tracking solutions.

 

About HealthInc

HealthInc is a joint venture by the Amsterdam health & technology institute (ahti) and the founders of Startupbootcamp. Together, they have launched an accelerator program for startups and scale-ups in the healthtech sector. Startupbootcamp draws on its many years of experience in numerous successful accelerator programs. Ahti brings its extensive know-how and expertise. It is also well placed to create a network, by establishing links between different entities in the healthcare sector. HealthInc is joining forces with Amsterdam UMC, the City of Amsterdam, the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, Sanquin, Cordaan, Ferring, Unit4 Cura BV and several other partners.  For more information on the HealthInc Program click here

 

About ahti

The Amsterdam health & technology institute (ahti) was founded in 2014, kickstarted by the City of Amsterdam to accelerate innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of Life Sciences & Health. The institute sparks innovation to achieve a better quality of care, to promote healthy lifestyles, to boost patient satisfaction, and to deliver greater cost-efficiency. We do this in partnership with healthcare providers, healthcare institutions, business, government bodies, and the scientific community.

 

About Startupbootcamp

Startupbootcamp is a global family of industry-focused programs, founded in 2010. We support early-stage tech founders to rapidly scale their companies by providing direct access to an international network of the most relevant mentors, partners, and investors in their industry. As each program focuses on an industry, we’re able to provide an unmatched level of support to the startups selected into our programs.