Are you an entrepreneur working to solve healthcare’s greatest challenges?
Applications are now open for the PULSE@MassChallenge 2018 Digital Health Lab!
Startups from a wide variety of healthcare innovation topics including chronic disease management, machine learning, and patient engagement are welcome to apply.
At PULSE’s application launch, Program Director Nick Dougherty emphasized the program’s mission to support startups working with patients in mind towards improving quality, accessibility, and efficiency of care.
The program matches each startup with a “champion”, which could be a public institution, corporation, or payor, based on a mutual interest in the startup’s chosen issue area. Participating startups will also receive free office space, zero-equity funding, and access to PULSE’s network of experts and partners in the digital health and innovation communities.
Jack Rowe, MD assistant to the CPIO for the MGPO, represented MGH at the application launch with a reverse pitch on the resources and perspective can offer its partner startup to develop projects with a focus on easing administrative burden across departments and institutions.
The Healthcare Transformation Lab is proud to be a champion for PULSE in 2018 and excited to see another year of healthcare innovation!
Applications are open until October 10th! For more information, visit the PULSE website here.