Before participating in Rock Health, it could sometimes feel like we were on an island. Just having the social and support aspects of working alongside other teams going through the same experience was beneficial.
By Meghan Muntean & Stacey Borden (Co-Founders, ChickRx)
We’re the co-founders of ChickRx, a women’s health and wellness startup providing an online platform for women to easily connect with experts and peers to get answers to their questions, product recommendations and relevant news delivered in a fresh, fun voice.
We recently graduated from the second class of Rock Health, a non-profit seed accelerator for health startups, which was beneficial for us. We hope these takeaways help anyone considering an accelerator program or wondering which factors to evaluate
Health tech startups utilize domain expertise in analytics and turn smartphone cameras into biosensors!
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Health startup accelerator Rock Health held demo day for their second class of health startups yesterday. If you didn’t already know, Rock Health is a five month program and seed accelerator targeting health-related mobile and web applications and the entrepreneurs who are interested in building them.
Here are the women working on ground-breaking innovations in health – from utilizing their domain expertise in analytics to turning smartphone cameras into biosensors – and creating the next big healthtech startup. Digital health is quickly becoming a hot investment area.