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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 tool for copying files between cloud storage providers.

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A software company that allows people to find the best healthcare provider to treat a specific condition.

129

This startup wants to help users find the best insurance rates from multiple providers.

114

A startup for local service providers to offer their services to customers in online or offline formats through a combination of chat and text messaging

106

A SaaS company that offers a platform for managing employee benefits. It provides a software dashboard for insurance providers to compare health plans and find the best benefits to offer without having to communicate directly with consumers.

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A startup that’s looking to build a chatbot that can serve as a digital concierge for your home. The startup is already working with a few dozen home service providers to offer its AI-powered service.

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A B2B SaaS provider of software to help companies automate their HR processes. It has a customer base of over 1,000 companies.

100

A web and mobile app that helps people learn which service providers offer the best deals on electricity, gas, and water.

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A web-based platform that helps users navigate and communicate with their healthcare providers.

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A text-based chat service for healthcare providers, with the aim of making it easier for patients to get a doctor’s appointment and communicate with their care teams.

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A startup that makes it easier for healthcare providers to manage their time

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 A company that aims to be the Uber of freelance services by connecting service providers with customers.

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A startup to help businesses work with their insurance providers to ensure their employees are protected.

89

 A startup for parents to help find child care, and an app for parents to help find child care providers.

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An “agentless” marketplace for professional services. Clients can use the service to connect directly with these providers without the need for a human intermediary.

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A tool for helping companies manage and sell their stock options. The company has been operating since 2011 but only recently pivoted to become a provider of grant management software.

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The startup offers a service for home healthcare providers to create a payment plan for clients and get paid over time. It’s a service that competes with services like Care.com.

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This authentication app is made for Airbnb and other service providers. It lets you use your phone to make a secure token to authenticate yourself to an app.

85

A healthcare service that provides a platform for human resources to view and search through the health records of employees. Providers can also use the platform to set up secure access for their employees, and then billing details are sent automatically.

84

A startup that helps companies find and pay contractors and service providers across the world. The company will use the P2Pool tech popularized by bitcoin to help larger companies find and pay out thousands of contractors more efficiently.

82

A network of community-based care providers that helps seniors stay in their homes. The startup has raised $24 million to date.

82

A provider of hardware and software for smart and connected products. The startup is working on a solution that can control industrial machines remotely via a smartphone app.

82

A health insurance provider that uses AI to help people apply for health insurance.

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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.

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A company that aims to connect B2B companies with service providers and allow people to view, request, and rate those service providers. They’ve raised $10 million in funding and are a Y Combinator alumni.

80

The startup, which has raised $15 million in funding, aims to help consumers save on energy by acting as middleman between big energy providers and consumers.

80

A company that wants to improve the way healthcare providers can collaborate and share data.

80

The startup is building a platform to help keep track of healthcare data from providers, patients, and researchers.

79

A $100 million startup that works with “large group of healthcare providers” to offer direct-to-consumer health insurance.

78

A business intelligence and IT service provider.

78

A startup that connects users with local services. The company claims to organize services by proximity, and to have a network of over 20,000 service providers.

78

A software-as-a-service provider that allows restaurants to create, manage, and promote their loyalty programs.

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

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A company that helps people find the right healthcare provider when they need it, whether that's a doctor or a lab. Their product is a directory of doctors and their practices, with the ability to add doctors, review and edit information, and even schedule appointments.

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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 cloud-based system for managing healthcare claims and data for a range of customers and providers. Ivol is a startup that uses AI to sort claims for insurers and then helps physicians and hospitals with the claims and data.

74

A product that helps people save on bills by switching to the cheapest energy provider in their area.

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A platform that integrates with healthcare providers to find communities and provide feedback on their needs. Its goal is to bring community health and quality of life to this underserved population.

74

“inTune” is a software platform that allows healthcare providers to collaborate better with patients and with each other.

74

A tool for searching and accessing email accounts. The company wants to be a “Google for email”, with users able to connect email accounts from different providers.

74

 A messaging app for API providers that lets developers create a messaging interface for their apps without having to write a full chat bot.

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.

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A way for people to find home services providers.

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Centrify Corporate Services is a cloud-based managed services provider that helps enterprises bring their on-premises Microsoft-based services into the cloud.

72

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

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The B2B software company is a go-to provider of enterprise messaging for utilities.

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A tool for healthcare providers to manage patient records and scheduling.

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A startup that creates a platform for businesses to manage a list of service providers, from accounting services to IT consultants.

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This B2B company wants to help companies manage suppliers, service providers, and contractors.

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 A platform that allows users to find and book service from any local service provider. The startup just raised $3.4 million.

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A company that helps doctors and clinics get paid faster for their services. The company has partnerships with over 20,000 healthcare providers and raised $1.1 million.

68

A startup that’s building software that helps doctors and health providers strategically manage the number of patients they see in a given day

68

A home services marketplace that helps users coordinate with contractors and service providers to make repairs and renovations. The startup also offers a concierge service that lets users put the app on a desk, and it works with home services companies to help them grow.

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A B2B company that matches service providers with customers and helps them find the right partners.

66

A healthcare provider that uses AI to help doctors identify chronic illnesses and recommend effective treatments.

65

A provider of “AI-empowered” imagery for advertising, which identifies and tags objects in photos to generate ad campaigns.

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The company is developing a software platform that connects freelancers, agencies or employers with service providers such as plumbers, electricians, acupuncturists, etc. It’s meant to make the process of hiring a service easier, with a marketplace for the service providers.

61

A cloud service provider for banks that helps them make better decisions on lending.

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A startup for home services, featuring local contractors and service providers.

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A company that connects customers with telecom providers to help them make more informed decisions.

57

A B2B provider of business software for military customers. The company wants to help military contractors automate their operations.

57

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.

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A B2B company that helps companies manage and find service providers. Like a concierge, it helps companies build a list of vendors, and then makes those vendors available to companies on demand.

52

A healthcare platform that connects patients with health care providers to find out what and how much they can afford.

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 A way to streamline the process of getting a loan for a startup (or other company in need of financing). The company provides a marketplace for financing and a loan application, with providers ranging from big banks to crowdlending sites. They’re currently in the process of raising Series A funding.

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This startup is building an open-source platform for healthcare providers to create and manage a variety of healthcare apps.

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A platform that helps people find the best and cheapest healthcare, based on the best information available on what treatments are effective, and what providers are best. HealthMap is targeting big cities in the US that have good healthcare options and are currently underserved by them.

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A software platform that wants to help service providers automate the process of getting their work done.

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A startup that aims to create a new type of financial advisor – one that connects you with a financial advisor and a financial product provider that can help you get the best deal possible.

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A startup that helps parents compare health care and childcare providers.

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This is a system for delivering healthcare services to remote regions. The mobile app helps healthcare providers manage their clinics, and the system is designed to help them hire and retain staff.

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A software company that helps healthcare providers and pharmacists create and distribute apps.

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A digital platform for the entire global construction supply chain. The startup is building a software platform that allows construction companies and construction service providers to manage the entire supply chain.

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The company is looking to help service providers know which jobs are the most important to perform, and which jobs can be outsourced, to reduce costs and increase efficiency. Its software, called

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A company building a marketplace for providers of clothing, accessories, and home decor. The startup aims to eliminate the middle-man and help customers find the best deals, no matter if they live in SĂŁo Paulo or Seattle.

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A B2B startup that helps healthcare providers in the US provide remote patient care. Its software enables physicians to manage patients’ appointments and visits.

43

 A startup that compares and recommends providers of childcare, school, and daycare based on the cost, quality, and convenience of the care. Looks like a better version of Nannybook.

42

A payment solution for contractors and service providers. The company has a base of high-volume users in the US and is looking to expand internationally.

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Celery is a social networking tool for startups and entrepreneurs, created in 2014. It was originally called “Hootsuite for startups” but changed its name in 2016. Celery allows users to plan, track and share information with their community, or network. It also includes a suite of tools for scheduling events and offers a marketplace for connected service providers.

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A cloud-based service for connecting healthcare providers with their patients. The company launched in March and is part of the NYU health IT incubator.

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A software company that helps healthcare providers organize and manage clinical trials. The startup has raised over $1.4 million to date.

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A company that helps people save money on their energy bills. They’ve built a web app that allows people to compare energy providers to find the best deal.

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

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A startup for crowd-sourcing, developed by the founders of Yelp, to help providers compete for customers. It’s currently a beta app, but the founders say it will be available for businesses to use in the coming weeks. If it catches on, it could disrupt the way users find and book services by grouping a person’s needs in front of a provider that has been vetted by the community.

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Connecting LGBT people to the right health care professionals. The startup uses an algorithm to find the right care provider and hospital.

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 A company that helps providers manage their own dental, vision, and life insurance needs. It doesn’t offer a traditional insurance product, yet covers 100% of a doctor’s out of pocket costs if they’re hospitalized.

33

A platform for mobile service providers (e.g. cell phone companies, wireless carriers) to manage their business operations, and a business-to-business platform for mobile service providers to engage with consumers. The company has three contracts, all with mobile carriers.

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A provider of high speed Internet for small businesses. Its service is targeted at small businesses, who can get a gigabit speed for $40 per month.

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A company that, like Thumbtack, allows people to find contractors and service providers, then allows them to rate them and find the best match.

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A platform that helps customers shop for and compare products, and integrates with their CRM, and has already integrated with 10 major CRM providers.

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A startup that’s expanding into the US health insurance and education markets by providing a platform for healthcare providers to manage their patient records.

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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 platform that helps people find and book local services and help businesses build a network of service providers.

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This startup is building an AI tool that helps in-home care providers monitor and log their work while still being able to be hands-free. Caregiversoft currently has a small contract with a big company for $50k.

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A platform that brings together a variety of different service providers, like lawyers, CPAs, and consultants, to provide a single interface for a company, improving their efficiencies.

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A company that helps installers and service providers manage contract maintenance and repair.

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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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The doc app is meant to work with any electronic health records system. It’s built on the idea of user-friendly dashboards, so users can see all of the data that’s relevant, in one place. HealthBlitz is currently working with the Mayo Clinic to build out a prototype. HealthBlitz says that it’s already working with nearly 3,000 healthcare providers.

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A mobile app to help healthcare providers with their work, with features like a “patient care dashboard” and the ability to “create custom reports”.

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A digital platform for health providers to provide a hospital-like service to patients. Doctors can see a patient’s health in real-time and send them personalized health recommendations.

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A startup that wants to help people donate and manage their health data from different providers. It works with over a dozen health providers, from Blue Cross Blue Shield to Kaiser Permanente.

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A decentralized email provider that connects users to the people they need to communicate with

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A subscription-based business that connects customers with home health care providers.

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A startup aimed at helping clients and healthcare providers connect, and make it easier to see data and understand patients.

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A platform that aggregates and distributes content from across the web. Source wants to make it easy for anyone to find, manage and share content from different providers.

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The startup launched in March, and has since focused on getting its holistic health and wellness app into the hands of people in the U.S.. The startup is currently working with more than 100 health providers across the country.

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A digital concierge service that connects users directly to local service providers for personalized service.

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A startup that lets you track the health of your business using a combination of data from health insurance providers and data from other sources all integrated into one dashboard.

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A platform to make it easier for consumers to find good health care by connecting consumers with health care providers, sharing aggregated health data, and facilitating an easy-to-use marketplace.

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The core of this startup’s business is providing merchants, service providers, and other businesses with a single source to get paid. It serves merchants with invoices, payments, and accounting.

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Idea: This is a startup that makes a “smart” doorbell. It has a camera, a microphone, and a speaker. Users can talk to delivery and service providers through the doorbell, and the device can be used to monitor and intervene in domestic abuse cases.

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A blockchain-powered two-factor authentication provider that claims to prevent phishing, improve user security, and reduce fraud.

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A team of former Google engineers building an AI for helping people find the right health care provider.

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Idea: A local heating and cooling solutions provider

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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 voice-activated “interface for the real world”, like a “JARVIS for the physical world”. The founders say it currently “works with every major cloud provider”, and that they’re looking to partner with companies that need the technology to build in-house platforms.

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Idea: A startup that’s building a credit card for people with low credit scores, currently working with a data provider to build on top of their database of people who could qualify for the card. The company is looking to build a suite of financial products and services for the people who can’t access them.

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Idea: An email security service that lets you see all messages that have been “scanned” by email providers like Gmail. Currently in beta.

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Idea: A startup that helps people find and fill out the paperwork needed to set up a business in the US. The startup says it’s already connecting people to over 50 different service providers and it plans to extend its services to other countries.

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Idea: In the US, a startup that brings data from a person’s Fitbit or other fitness tracker into their doctor’s office. The system, called Bionode, is already used at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. They’re looking to branch out to other health providers as well.

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Idea: A startup that wants to make it easier for the under-banked to get an online checking account. The startup is working with a number of different providers to make sure they have a bank account for the right price, no matter who you are.

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Idea: The startup is building a tool to help companies integrate their internal processes into a single workflow. The SaaS business is targeting other business software providers with a workflow platform for those who are building out B2B solutions.

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