We’ve previously reported on BluePrint Health, a New York-based health tech accelerator, and its recent graduation of startups. BluePrint recently announced its fourth class of startups. According to partner Mathew Farkash, the competition was stiff, and only 2.5% of applications were selected. The companies span from across the US, half have revenue or paying clients, and the founders include doctors, patent holders, and PhDs. They include:
- Artemis, which provides a turnkey business intelligence tool that drives meaningful use adoption by providers by providing real time meaningful use dashboards, personalized report cards, and one-click attestation.
- BoardVitals, which brings together Publishers, Universities, and top Physicians together into a single digital platform for medical specialty education. Board Vitals is the most widely used question bank for Pathology and Psychology residents and will be expanding into several other specialty verticals. The company is on pace to do over $150K in revenue this year and is targeting $1M in revenue for 2014.
- CredSimple, which creates revenue generation opportunity for the hospital and alleviates staff work while reducing the amount of time required to complete primary source verification through secure online services.
- Genterpret, which is the most comprehensive peer-reviewed database of genetic variants coupled with workflow tools that help genetic testing labs quickly produce reports that can be provided to patients.
- GoalSponsors, a mobile platform for 2.1M+ health practitioners (i.e. therapists, personal trainers, nutritionists, etc.) to privately coach clients beyond appointments and scale their business. This includes lead gen, payments, scheduling, communication and back office automation tools to instantly grow their business globally and realize the $1.7B+ in revenue they could be making in between in-office appointments. For their clients, this means on-demand, personalized guidance from their ideal expert across any of their devices, globally.
- Healthify, a platform allows providers to better track and manage patient social risks that can dramatically affect the health and readmission rates of their patients.
- PathDrugomics, which improves the efficiency of drug discovery by leveraging state of the art high performance computation in combination with big data analytics. This software platform reduces the cost of failure and increases the success rate of drug development, enabling faster time to market on more drugs with less risk.
- SpotMe, which makes it easy for businesses and wellness organizations to manage “Activity Spending Accounts” that can be used for things like gym memberships, sports leagues, events (e.g. 5Ks, triathlons), and other healthy activities. SpotMe manages all benefit administration and verifies all fitness activities automatically, providing a completely turnkey benefit to promote a healthy workforce.
- StaffInsight, which helps hospitals and long-term care facilities identify opportunities to improve labor productivity across their cost centers and drive productivity intelligently. StaffInsight is in beta and has two prominent partnerships that bring a strong pipeline of early adopters.
- WellTrackOne, which provides a full service solution with an embedded, proprietary risk stratification engine that processes all of a practices’ Medicare patients through the wellness visit annually and allows physicians to capture the lost revenue. WellTrackONE realizes average revenues of about $25,000 per physician per year and currently generates revenue from a large number of clinics and ACOs such as CareMore/WellPoint, Virginia Physicians, Harbin Clinic, and United Physicians ACO.
Additionally, here are some highlights from Blueprint’s Alumni:
- Mediklyrecently announced a large deal with Inventiv Health – click here
- TouchSurgery closed a $1.5m round and ForMD closed their seed round
- AdhereTech won the 2013 Healthcare Innovation World Cup, a global diabetes innovation competition sponsored by Boehringer-Ingelheim
- HealthyOut has won the NYC BigApps award sponsored by the Mayor’s office.
- Aidin named Finalist for Healthcare Startup of the Year
Deadline for the Winter Application Class is November 27th, 2013. If you want to be a part – don’t miss out!