Busting the Successful Startup Founder Myth
October 15, 2019
Source: MassDigitalHealth editors
Massachusetts is a hub for venture capital investment, education, and innovation. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it is consistently ranks in the top 10 best cities to start a business. But when it comes to female entrepreneurs, “Women make up more than half of Boston’s residents, yet 1 dollar out of every 23 dollars in commercial bank loans goes to women-owned businesses, while only three percent of venture capital investments go to businesses led by women” (Women Entrepreneurs Boston).
MassChallenge HealthTech Launches Applications for 2020 Accelerator
September 10, 2019
Source: MassChallenge HealthTech
MassChallenge, a global network of zero-equity startup accelerators, today opened applications for the 2020 cohort of MassChallenge HealthTech. MassChallenge HealthTech accelerates innovation in the healthcare industry by connecting later-stage, digital health startups with industry champions to address some of our greatest healthcare challenges. Startups that have raised up to $10M in equity-based funding and have generated up to $10M in revenue are invited to apply by October 8, 2019 at 12:00PM (noon) ET.
Accelerating Health Tech Innovation through Strategic Partnerships
September 3, 2019
Source: Mass Digital Health editors
MassChallenge HealthTech, MCHT, is one of the preeminent digital health accelerator of Massachusetts. Since 2016, MCHT has accelerated healthcare innovation by matching top digital health startups from around the world with industry-leading partners to solve challenges in healthcare.
How Digital Health Solutions in Massachusetts and Beyond Can Save 3 Million Mothers and Babies
August 9, 2019
Source: MassDigitalHealth.org editors
Massachusetts is the country’s leading innovation hub and, with the heightened interest and recognition of the value of digital technologies to advance health, digital health innovation is emerging as a powerful means to the end of infant and maternal mortality. So, the question is: How can digital health impact maternal and child health in Massachusetts, the United States, and the world?