MIAMI – Startupbootcamp now seeks applications for its digital health program. Entrepreneurs working at the intersection of health care and technology with proven and tested models are encouraged to apply from now until Sept. 1. Companies chosen to participate in the program will receive funding; implementation opportunities across a diverse array of healthcare providers, insurers and pharma companies; a mentor network of industry leaders and top-tier health care investors; and a comprehensive suite of services. “We expect to see the next major healthcare players originate in Miami,” said Dr. Narenda Kini, CEO of Miami Children’s Hospital, a Startupbootcamp partner, in a statement. “Startupbootcamp has really brought to life the technology startup scene in Miami. By focusing on health it is really building out the ecosystem for innovation.” Last year’s program chose fewer than 5% of applicants and resulted in implementations and funding from Miami Children’s Hospital, University of Miami, Florida Blue, Jackson Health System, Univision and others.
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