Michael Seo at TechCrunch has revealed the thirteen selected startups that have been selected after a two month screening process for the GE and StartUp Health Academy Entrepreneurship Program.
It’s very positive to see that half a dozen mHealth startups made it through, including:
Care at Hand is a mobile early warning system for elderly home care aides based in Boston, MA.
…is a company from Chicago, IL that provides apps that coordinate communication between seniors living in homes and their families.
…is a company based in Dublin, Ireland and New York, NY that offers an online platform that encourages employee involvement in corporate wellness programs.
GoGoHealth is a company from Atlanta, GA that allows patients to get a diagnosis or a subscription from their health provider through their computer or smartphone.
Oxitone Medical is a company from Ashkelon, Israel that develops wearable pulse oximeters.
WalkJoy is company from Long Beach, CA that develops a wearable device that aids in the restoration of gait and balance disorders.
NB. Regular readers of mHealth Insight will be familiar with Oxitone Medical and GetHealth as they were selected as winners of the “Best in Show” Startup Competition we organised at last years mHealth Summit for Samsung USA. Click here to watch their video pitches.