Digital Health Integration Readiness Platform Announces Second Cohort
Posted: June 15, 2021
Posted: June 15, 2021
The Digital Health Integration Readiness Platform, an initiative from Health City and Brightsquid, has accepted six Alberta companies to its second cohort. The initiative aims to better prepare small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to reach commercialization of their products and service, and navigate the complex integration requirements that are critical to success in the Alberta health system. The curriculum will focus on building the framework companies need in order to ensure best practices.
The companies were selected based on an extensive set of criteria, including stage of development, technology readiness, and potential for improved clinical and economic outcomes. The cohort includes Atom Health, Carm&A Health Inc, Heal-Me, Health Gauge, Lenica, LyfeMD, and Take2.
Funding is partially provided by the University of Alberta Health Accelerator, which is a core program operating within the Health Hub, dedicated to seed stage start-ups with a proof of concept and problem-solution fit who are seeking to secure financing and grow their venture.
The Digital Health Integration Readiness Platform is an important step for the success of health companies in the province, and will allow companies starting out and growing in Alberta to remain in the province throughout all stages, driving economic development for the region.
Sessions will run June 17 – July 15, 2021. For more information, visit www.healthcities.ca.
About Health City
Health City is a Canadian Not-for-profit Corporation that works with clinicians, innovators, philanthropic organizations, and companies to develop new pathways of care that can drive better health outcomes and economic development in the health sector. Our focus is on transforming innovations from our health sector into solutions that have commercial application and global relevance, adopting them for impact locally and scaling them for export to global markets.
For more information, visit www.healthcities.ca.
Brightsquid Secure Communications Corp. was founded in 2009 to connect the entire healthcare community around the patient through a single secure communication channel. Brightsquid supports privacy-compliant operations and communications in tens of thousands of healthcare organizations across North America. Brightsquid’s experience supporting digital transformation in healthcare and knowledge of team-based patient care plan management help expedite adoption and the realization of the benefits of technology.
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