BOSTON – MassChallenge has chosen 32 digital health startups to participate in the startup accelerator’s digital health program, PULSE@MassChallenge for 2018. The new cohort will pair two champions from the areas of health care institutions, systems and payers with each startup to help them achieve funding rounds, pilot studies or other milestones. Participants receive free co-working space and an opportunity to apply for $50,000 in need-based startups, as well as the chance to compete for a share of $200,000 in no-equity cash. The PULSE program is geared to later stage companies that are ready to scale, have raised no more than $5 million and generate under $5 million in revenue. The goal of the program is to connect selected startups with strategic relationships, resources, mentoring, and community access needed to create an impact in digital health. “What you get is a clinically valuable technology that is also highly implementable,” said Nick Dougherty, program director for PULSE@MassChallenge, in a statement.
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