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This startup has built a medical app to help in-home care providers manage their client’s data.

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A virtual reality startup that aims to help healthcare professionals train and collaborate. It’s a VR app that lets doctors, nurses, and other medical staff practice together in a virtual environment before they need to go to the hospital.

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A startup that sells 3D printing services to the medical industry

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A platform for managing all your medical records and scheduling appointments, proposed as the Uber of healthcare.

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A “smart storage solution for doctors” that brings together a doctor’s clinical data and their patient’s medical records.

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This is a startup that makes it easier for people to understand that their health insurance isn’t covering the entirety of their medical expenses.

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A startup that gives users a way to find a nearby person that can help with any task, from dog walking to medical advice, for a fee of $15

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A company that provides software to enable “app-like” experiences for businesses in the medical sector

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A startup that makes it easier to track medical bills, insurance claims, and other healthcare-related expenses.

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A company that helps people pack their own medical supplies in order to save money.

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A startup that wants to help doctors and hospitals manage their electronic medical records. The startup is working with doctors to make it easier to see what’s in their EMR and how it relates to other information.

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A startup that makes it easier for medical professionals and public health workers to track and share data about outbreaks

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Idea: A startup for tracking and keeping tabs on the cost of a medical procedure. The idea is to allow patients to shop around for prices, and also to provide a level of transparency that many hospitals don’t have.

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A computer vision startup that wants to make it possible for medical devices to “see”.

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A startup that makes a reusable and portable medical device that helps people keep their wounds clean

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A startup that helps hospitals keep medical records on file in a digital format

94

A digital platform for managing and monitoring medical and health records in the developing world.

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A company that offers a platform for delivery of medical supplies to remote and underserved communities.

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A company that looks to take the data from the medical devices in your home and learn what your body needs to stay healthy. CIMA aims to build an AI-powered platform that can help you better manage all your health data, and then recommend medications based on what your body needs.

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A medical tourism company that helps patients in India and Southeast Asia find pain management clinics and other doctors.

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A tool for working with data in order to understand the real world. For instance, a medical researcher can use it to investigate how much stress the human body can handle, or to understand how people interact with their surroundings.

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A medical record-tracking app for doctors. The startup is currently being used to track 3,000 patients in the US.

89

This startup is building an AI-powered tool that helps people communicate with their doctors, who can then respond with medical advice.

89

A platform to verify if a person has a medical marijuana card in the state of Arizona

89

A platform that authenticates and stores medical records, allowing patients to share their own information with their doctors.

89

A platform for medical transcriptionists to get paid for their services, which are in high demand but difficult to find.

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A tool to help people manage their healthcare data. It integrates with EMRs, EHRs, and other medical records to allow patients to access their data in a single place.

87

A software company that provides a platform for connecting people with spare parts, including parts for cars, drones, and medical equipment.

87

A team of medical students who want to make the process of finding a new doctor easier

86

A blockchain-based protocol that allows the exchange of medical data, and allows for the creation of a "decentralized healthcare marketplace".

85

A startup that helps people sell a portion of their lifespans to pay for medical expenses. The company wants to make medical insurance more like life insurance.

85

This startup is building an app that lets you make appointments for a medical doctor at your local hospital.

85

A new way to search for doctors, with Yelp-esque reviews and ratings for medical professionals.

85

A food delivery service for medical patients. Investors include Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Khosla Ventures, and General Catalyst.

84

A tool for managing medical records in the cloud. Medloop is building a SaaS platform that helps doctors digitize their medical records and share them with patients, and also handles the back-and-forth with insurers for them.

84

A digital store for home users of medical equipment

83

A hardware company that builds its own Bluetooth devices with a focus on connecting medical devices to the internet. It recently raised $5 million in a Series A led by Family Offices.

83

A medical device to help with back pain

83

This startup is building an AI-powered platform that helps people manage their relationships with their doctors. It uses machine learning to automatically scan medical records and find patterns that indicate better compliance with doctor’s orders.

83

A digital, searchable file of your medical records to make it easier for you to access information and keep all your records up to date.

83

A startup that is building a medical alert system for the elderly that they say will give them peace of mind.

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A medical device that helps doctors monitor patients with diabetes.

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A free and anonymous account of all of your medical bills, keeping you from falling behind on payments and giving you peace of mind.

81

A startup that helps people find the best, most reliable care for themselves and their loved ones. The company is looking to partner with employers and large patient-specific care providers to improve the quality of care, while also being a resource for medical professionals.

81

A business-to-business platform to order medical supplies.

81

A medical-tech startup that wants to provide a digital health record

80

A startup that helps employees scan and organize their company’s medical data. The startup also created a tool to help admins manage their health data.

79

 A startup that secures your personal info, especially sensitive information like medical records and bank accounts.

79

A startup that helps users book doctors’ appointments from their phone, and provide medical history and pictures of themselves. It’s currently live in 10 major cities and has raised $1.6 million.

79

A hardware startup that builds medical devices. It’s the first company to make a 3D printer for producing pacemakers.

78

A software suite for managing medical billing and collections. It was launched in July and is offered in the US.

78

A startup that pairs patients with farmers via its mobile app, helping patients manage their personal medical records and their personal health data. The startup aims to build a “virtual pharmacy” that can help patients manage continuous care.

78

A mobile health company that is creating a platform for users to access their medical records from their smartphone, and to find out more about their health.

78

Cordyceps is a startup that helps you book medical appointments based on availability and location. The app can be used to book appointments, but it can also help you find an appointment for a dentist or other medical professional based on availability and location.

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A company that helps people who have been injured on the job get the medical care they need.

77

A microinsurance startup that serves older Americans looking to make sure they don’t spend money on medical expenses they can’t afford.

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A startup that is a marketplace for healthcare providers to rent out their unused medical equipment

76

A startup that gives a voice to a growing number of people who are sick of the medical system, especially in the US. It aims to help people connect with their health care providers in a more direct and human way.

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A secure messaging app that allows users to share personal information with apps. The idea is to make it easier for users to share things like medical records and other sensitive information with third party apps.

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A digital platform that helps medical professionals collaborate and share prescriptions.

75

A medical-grade mattress that uses sensors and algorithms to track a person’s sleep cycles, and then provide feedback to help improve a person’s sleep.

74

A digital health startup that provides apps and services for people with diabetes and other chronic conditions. The company wants to create a platform that helps people manage their condition and record their medical history in a simple way. Patients can also track their meals.

74

A company that offers a platform to help healthcare providers send patients’ medical records to patients’ doctors.

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A company that pays people in the developing world to write content for a fee. They’ve already signed up one client (Watsi, a non-profit that helps poor people in medical emergencies) and expect to sign up another soon.

73

A company that provides a platform for people to book and track their visits to dentists and other medical providers. The startup aims to provide the missing link between people and their health care providers.

73

This startup is building software that allows you to “conduct a live call with a doctor”, a process that can be helpful for medical consultations as well as for tele-training and coaching.

73

A digital health platform for employees that allows them to book medical appointments, track usage, and get feedback from a doctor. The company wants to use machine learning to predict when employees are likely to need care, and to allow for more timely and personalized care, making it more efficient for employers.

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A startup that allows you to book a doctor’s appointment or other medical service in the middle of the night.

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This company is building a tool to help people make sense of their medical records and for physicians to get a better picture of their patients.

71

A platform that helps people find the best way to pay for medical care. The startup’s mission is to make healthcare more affordable in the US and in Europe.

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A startup that’s building a medical device that can be worn like a watch to measure a person’s heart rate throughout the day.

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A medical service that connects doctors with patients online, and lets patients communicate with the doctors without the need for an in-person visit.

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A messaging app for the US government that allows users to set up a “digital safety net”. Users can set aside extra money to pay for medical bills, car payments, or other expenses. The government’s been piloting the app with its own employees.

69

A medical services company working with hospitals to track and manage patients’ care

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A startup that helps hospitals create secure software for their staff to access the medical records of patients. The startup has already partnered with hospitals in the U.S. and India.

69

This startup wants to be the Uber of medical waste, connecting different waste disposal companies for pickup and billing.

68

Cored is a healthcare startup looking to use artificial intelligence and data to predict and monitor a patient’s medical outcomes. The company currently has a team of PhDs and uses IBM Watson and Amazon Mechanical Turk to do its work.

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A company that makes earbuds made with medical-grade silicone with no wires for more sensitive ears and better sound quality.

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A B2B startup that helps doctors use AI to create personalized medical records to help doctors better diagnose their patients.

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VR-based technology that lets people experience things like medical and scientific procedures in virtual reality.

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This SaaS company helps doctors and patients collaborate on medical records. The founders are also building a medical device to connect a patient’s vital signs to medical professionals.

65

A startup that aims to help people manage their health information in one place, giving them a central repository to hold all their medical records.

63

 A startup called eCredentials is building a connected ring that stores and connects to your medical records, and lets you keep track of changes and see a history of everything you’ve ever had done.

62

This startup is looking to be the Netflix of medical records, providing a service that offers a single platform for doctors and patients to access their medical records.

61

A platform for connecting doctors and patients. The startup wants to help patients get the medical services they need, without having to go to the doctor or spend money.

61

This startup is building a tool to help people find the best doctors, dentists and other medical professionals in their area. The startup is looking to build out a health care recommendation system based on personalized data from the patient’s current doctor. Gives the patient a recommendation, which is then sent to the doctor, where they can then make a decision on how to proceed. The company is looking to launch in early 2021.

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A seed-stage medical tech startup focused on helping patients undergoing surgery and managing their pain through a smartphone app. The founders say they’ve been featured on 60 Minutes, and have raised a $1 million seed round

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A software that helps medical clinics keep better track of their patients.

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This SaaS platform helps hospitals reduce medical errors and increase patient satisfaction with their medical appointments. It’s already been implemented at three hospitals in the U.S. and is at 25 others now.

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A company that helps medical offices simplify the billing process for their patients.

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A company that builds 3D-printed prosthetic hands and other medical devices that can be 3D-printed at home, with a focus on helping veterans.

56

A digital product for doctors to simplify the process of recording and sharing their medical files and to make it easier for patients to request copies of their medical records.

55

A startup that helps medical practices manage their patient data from the cloud.

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 Silent Doctor helps medical professionals find a trained professional to perform a medical procedure remotely.

55

A new way to get a medical diagnosis, aiming to connect patients with health providers in a way that is convenient, cheaper, and better for patients.

54

This healthcare startup is creating a web-based platform to help people with chronic pain connect with medical professionals who can prescribe pain medication.

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A startup that provides a way for people to book and pay for their medical appointments from their mobile phones, the startup plans on democratizing the healthcare system by making it more accessible to the general population.

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A hand-held device to track and manage medical supplies and patient inventory

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A platform for medical professionals to engage with patients by creating a forum for their questions and concerns.

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A startup targeting people with diabetes, to help them improve their quality of life by giving them medical advice and tools to manage diabetes.

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A company that helps people record and share their medical stories for future doctors to review by using a social network.

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A Chicago company that makes medical device packaging that looks like it was made in the 1950s.

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A startup that’s building a machine that can read your medical records, listen to your voice, and communicate with you in non-verbal ways.

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A startup that offers an online platform for medical billers to more easily collect payments from patients.

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A startup that helps women save on their families’ healthcare costs by creating a digital health dashboard of their monthly medical expenses

48

A digital health company building a bio-monitoring system that collects medical data from sensors embedded in a patient’s body.

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A startup that provides a digital library of medical information for health professionals, the healthcare system, and patients.

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A startup that makes a medical device for monitoring vital signs and connecting to an app. The startup aims to save lives by simplifying and automating the processes that are often done by nurses.

47

A micro-insurance product that allows people to buy health insurance for $5 a month to cover catastrophic medical expenses. The startup is looking to build out a network of health centers around the country.

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A digital diary for doctors to track their daily activities. The startup targets medical consults and large-scale surgeries, which are often slow and expensive.

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A technology company that helps doctors manage and teach medical students and residents.

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A company that designs and manufactures 3D printed medical devices. The startup wants to build a device that helps the blind navigate and helps the visually impaired to see better. It’s working with an area hospital and hopes to have a product out this year.

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A subscription-based service that allows people to get their medical records from their primary care physician to a specialist at their choice for a fee. The company also claims that it can help people find specialists within a certain time frame.

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A tool to help doctors collaborate and share medical records across different systems and platforms.

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A company that wants to help people store medical records. Medtronic shares the same vision, but has been unable to land deals with hospitals and doctors. Medtronic has raised $1.7 million in funding from investors including GE Ventures and the National Academy of Medicine.

46

A medical travel insurance company that provides coverage to patients who need to travel for medical services.

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A medical device startup that’s trying to simplify the medical industry by tracking and improving on the performance of injectable drugs.

45

A mobile app that lets doctors see a patient’s medical history in a single search.

45

A tool for medical product development, aimed at pharma companies and biotech startups.

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A platform for medical data sharing, from scans to lab results to genetic sequencing.

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A startup that will use artificial intelligence (AI) to track the performance of a medical device, allowing doctors to debug and improve its operation.

43

A platform for medical tourism in India. The startup wants to help people stay healthy abroad.

42

A company that helps you find medical specialists who are willing to collaborate with you on your research.

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A mobile app that helps you navigate the different kinds of services and products a medical professional can provide.

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This startup is building a platform to help connect patients with doctors. Patients can search for medical professionals, and get a one-on-one consultation over video for free.

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A personal computer for managing back pain. It’s essentially a smartphone that sits on a medical table and provides a diagnosis, treatment recommendations, and a system for collecting patient data.

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Startup looking to make it easier to receive medical care in the developing world.

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A company that helps students get into medical school by matching them with mentors. It takes a student’s application and provides recommendations on which medical school to apply to, based on the student’s chances of getting into medical school.

40

A startup that promises to transform the way people get and pay for their medical prescriptions.

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A California-based startup that aims to use data from its app to improve medical care.

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A company that helps hospitals and other medical facilities cut down on expensive paper records.

39

A project that connects doctors in the US with patients in India who need urgent medical attention.

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A startup focused on the health care industry that’s building a system to make it easier for patients to get the medical care they need.

38

A tool to help users with a medical condition track the changes in their body as they adjust to medicine or treatment.

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A platform for medical professionals that combines artificial intelligence with human expertise to help them make better clinical decisions.

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A platform for sharing knowledge, with a particular focus on the medical profession. The startup wants to cut the time doctors spend on paperwork, allowing them to have more time for patient care.

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A medical biller that gives users a way to compare healthcare costs across providers.

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A medical records app that lets patients access their medical records from their phone. The startup has raised $2 million in seed funding.

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This startup is building a service that turns your iPhone into a platform for helping you find a doctor or emergency room. You’ll be able to call any medical professional or hospital directly from your iPhone, and they’ll provide you with directions and a diagnosis.

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A startup that aims to bring the benefits of digital health to people who need them. It hopes to use AI to give patients personalized advice on their treatment, based on their genetics and prior medical history.

35

This startup wants to democratize access to medical research data for students and researchers. It’s a software platform that allows medical students and researchers to build their own datasets and access global research in a user-friendly way.

34

Tribute functions as a shared custody platform for various family members, allowing them to track spending and keep track of things like medical records. The startup is currently only focused on family members, but is looking to expand to other kinds of multi-family sharing.

33

A startup that uses AI to predict your health, using a mix of data from your medical history and the future to predict your risk for a variety of age-related illnesses. The company wants to use data to provide “preventative care” to people with chronic illnesses.

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A SaaS company that helps other companies in the health industry get and keep medical and dental insurance. The startup is only available in the United States.

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A way to track and manage your medical expenses.

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A company that makes virtual reality experiences for medical training and education, and has already trained over 50,000 people on its platform.

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Working with a team at the University of Pennsylvania, this startup is building a way for companies to create personal journals in which they write and share their thoughts about different topics. The startup is also working with scientists to help people record their medical histories.

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A ride-sharing service for people with medical needs.

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A wellness tool for people with mental health issues to track their symptoms and stay on top of things. The startup is backed by Outcome Health, the company behind enterprise wellness company Medical Health Network.

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A digital health platform that allows users to access their medical records, including a doctor’s notes and lab results, with or without a doctor's signature. Users can manage all of their medications from a single integrated platform. The company has raised $12 million.

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A medical device company in the Netherlands that wants to bring a reusable medical device to market, which can be used for hysterectomies, colonoscopies, and other procedures. The device works with a camera and a monitor and wirelessly connects to an operating room.

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A platform to help people in South Korea manage their own medical records in a more secure and reliable manner.

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A health insurance app which allows users to submit their medical claims and payment information with a couple of taps on their phone. The startup is a bit of an interesting case study for the healthcare sector. They launched in March and have over 1,000 customers already. They're profitable for the first time.

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A startup that’s creating a platform for sharing high-quality, low-cost medical images.

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A platform that brings medical students and doctors together for consultations via video calls. The company says it has more than a thousand doctors signed on, and that in its first six months it had $300,000 in revenue.

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An open source API for medical device data

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A startup that aims to improve fertility by allowing women to track medical side effects of their cycle, including ovulation.

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This startup is building a system for managing medical records that’s like a digital health record but for the clinic, not the doctor.

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WellDoc is a medical record company that was founded by two doctors. It provides a service to all physicians to use patient information in electronic medical records to reduce costs and improve patient care.

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A start-up that allows people to donate their kidney to another person as a way to help them save up to pay for medical school in the US

25

J.P. Morgan recently launched a drone delivery service that delivers medical supplies to the roof of a building.

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A company that helps medical professionals and their patients stay in contact by integrating messaging and digital health features.

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This company is working on a solution to make medical billing easier for physicians.

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A company that helps people keep track of their health, fitness, and medical records by offering a scheduling and appointment system within the iPhone app. It’s been available since March but has only recently started gaining traction.

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A company that’s built an app to help people make health-related decisions, like which medical service providers to use.

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A mobile app that allows for easy information sharing between staff members at a medical facility

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A company that sells a mobile app that lets you store and access your medical records.

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A micro-insurance platform for the Southeast Asian market that wants to make sure that medical expenses, trips, and other events are covered.

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A software company that wants to help hospitals and medical professionals collaborate, share information, and increase efficiency.

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A digital health platform connecting patients with their medical records for easier access, usage tracking, and keeping up with appointments.

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A medical device startup that’s building an ingestible biosensor for more efficient glucose monitoring.

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A startup that provides AI-based medical screening for high risk patients.

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A startup that connects medical workers in a way similar to Uber, allowing them to find patients and make deliveries. The company wants to use the data it records to help make hospitals and doctors more efficient.

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A remote health care provider that provides “one-stop care” for patients. They’re building a platform that connects doctors to patients and other medical professionals for appointments and referrals, and serves as a concierge for other medical services like supply and delivery.

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This is a global health platform that helps people in developing countries get health care. The company hopes to work with governments to set up “medical hubs” that combine healthcare data to make it easier for people to find doctors and make better decisions.

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A company aiming to make it easy to manage your medical records.

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A startup that helps find and book essential medical appointments anywhere.

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This startup wants to bring the benefits of paperless medical records to India. They’re currently looking to partner with hospitals in India to make it easier to transfer medical records.

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A health insurance company that partners with companies to offer medical benefits to employees.

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A medical transcription app designed to help doctors communicate more effectively with patients.

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3D printers designed specifically to work with medical devices.

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A company that helps medical students find clinical trials.

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A tool for managing your business and your health. It’s a kind of personal doctor for your employees that can give access to medical records.

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A platform for doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel to manage patient records. MediCloud provides a secure way for medical staff to access and manage patient records. Clients include Kaiser Permanente, Partners HealthCare, and the University of Washington.

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A familiar-feeling business that helps doctors and other medical professionals manage their patients and their records.

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A call center for urgent matters, such as medical emergencies, natural disasters, or other crises. The company says they have raised $10 million and have 25 employees.

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A way to set up a group that gives support to people who are experiencing life-threatening illnesses, helping them access basic medical care.

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The startup is building a web-based platform for doctors in the US to fill out a questionnaire in order to get a better idea of a patient’s medical history.

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A quality verification platform that tracks and verifies the quality of products. The company is focused on the $1.5 Trillion medical device market.

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A platform that allows clients to have their attorneys communicate with their doctors to get answers to medical questions.

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A medical startup building a device that tracks a patient’s progress at home, in the hospital, and in the doctor’s office.

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A model that takes care of a company’s employees and their families as they wait for serious medical treatment

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A company looking to build the ultimate medical-grade exam table. The startup has built a prototype that can raise and lower patients in ways that medical professionals often describe as “magical”.

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Philadelphia has a long history of technological innovation in the medical and engineering fields.

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A startup for health care professionals offering concierge medical services, including home health care, mental health care, and the provision of medical equipment.

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A new way to get medical information on the web. Rather than just being a summary of what doctors have already said, this new tool combines the best of what the web has to offer with the benefits of traditional medical journals.

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A software for giving doctors feedback on medical records.

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A software company that sells paperless medical records to hospitals

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A startup that’s building what it calls a “virtual medical clinic”

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A company that brings transparency to the healthcare industry, helping patients organize their medical records.

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A startup that’s building a platform to allow users to create their own custom-engineered blocks on a 3D printer. Those blocks can be used to construct robot arms, medical devices, and other tools.

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A startup that wants to help people save money on medical bills by connecting them with local doctors and hospitals. The company charges a monthly fee to provide the service.

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The startup, which has raised $10 million, is building a way to make it easier to get the healthcare data you need from your medical records, and is also building a way to make a living by helping others get that same data.

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Dedicated to helping businesses in the medical device industry, the startup helps manufacturers understand the regulatory landscape for selling medical devices in the US, Canada, and Europe.

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A group of students at Carnegie Mellon University are building a wearable that tracks the human heart rate, breathing, and activity. The technology is meant to be used for home wellness, but also to help with medical research.

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A social/digital platform that helps people find and book appointments with their favorite physicians that use the same medical software.

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A French startup that makes it easier for people to get their hands on medical marijuana. The startup wants to make it easier for people to get quality medical marijuana, even if they don’t live in a state where it’s legal.

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A messaging app for medical professionals, allowing them to share messages with patients when they are away from their medical offices.

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A digital health and wellness platform, with a focus on medical adherence and safety. Its current offerings include an app, a digital diary, and a smart bracelet. Its current clientele include dozens of hospitals and healthcare companies.

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A company that’s building a toolset to help companies with medical training, which could reduce the amount of time it takes to train people with medical backgrounds.

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If you have a medical condition, you can use the app to find a clinic near you.

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A decentralized network of health and medical devices that can connect to each other to streamline health data gathering and data sharing. The network is designed to be a completely decentralized, non-profit network, and is currently in talks with the NHS.

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A startup that makes it easier for companies to hire doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals by making it clear what they’re worth and how they can become a part of the company.

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A startup that helps medical practices find and book patients online. It’s offered in three pricing plans: the free plan, the $100 per month plan, and the $1,000 per month plan.

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A startup with the aim of lowering the cost of delivering medical care to remote regions. The company wants to build a tele-health network where doctors can treat patients remotely.

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A messaging and referral app designed for healthcare and medical professionals. It’s a sort of Yelp for the healthcare industry, helping patients find nearby doctors and other medical services.

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This startup makes the “world’s first build-it-yourself” device that connects to a mobile app to consume, record, and transmit data from various medical devices to a mobile phone.

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A startup that helps employees manage their medical benefits, offering both the ability to manage the entire process at their fingertips and an automated process that could save employers up to 70% of the cost of doing it themselves.

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Idea: A startup that is building a solution to address the need for early-stage investment in the medical device industry The company wants to help hardware startups run more efficient clinical trials

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This startup helps insurers manage their data and make it easier to process claims. They’ve built a database of medical claims, which Insurify pulls into their system to make it easier for insurers to make their claims process more efficient.

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A startup that offers to pay for a portion of your medical school tuition in exchange for a percentage of your earnings for the first 10 years you work after you finish

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A startup that provides a service for people to help them get certified for the medical marijuana program in their state (ie in Virginia you can be certified to grow your own and/or buy from a dispensary)

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Idea: Automated, searchable, and shareable medical records

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Idea: This company is a medical cannabis company

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Idea: A company that sells a revolutionary medical device for people with spinal injuries

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Idea: This is a B2B startup that helps doctors and medical

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Idea: A startup that allows medical service providers to network with organizations that need help, providing a way for consumers to get needed healthcare services

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Idea: A software company that is building a platform for providing medical care in developing countries Their technology makes it easier to find and train medical staff who are willing to work abroad, and more affordable for the organizations that need them

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Idea: A platform for plastic surgeons and other medical professionals to build apps on top of, that make the process of ordering products and scheduling appointments easier for doctors and patients.

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Idea: A platform for booking medical appointments, similar to OpenTable or Uber. Users can book with a doctor inside or outside of the platform, and it will handle the

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Idea: The team is building equipment for the workplace, like medical supplies. It’s trying to scale into a high growth business by partnering with large companies.

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A startup based in India that helps people in the US get better access to medical care abroad

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