MedCity News: Guess who hooked up? NYC matchmaking contest lists startup and healthcare industry pairs

“A commercialization program to match up provider, payer and pharma technology needs with willing and able healthcare startups has announced its 10 finalists. Each will receive $100,000 tied to meeting certain performance milestones. They have three to six months to work with the healthcare group they’re matched with, depending on the complexity of the program.”

  • AdhereTech (founded by Josh Stein WG’12) and Weill Cornell Medical Center. Product: Wireless smart pill bottle
  • Flatiron Health (founded by Nat Turner W’08 and Wharton alum Zach Weinberg) and Continuum Health Partners. Product: Big data analytics for oncology

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