New Delhi, August 2, 2021: GE Healthcare’s India Edison Accelerator has announced its Cohort 3 comprising of six start-up companies from in Oncology, Cardiology, Genomics and Remote Patient Monitoring, based in India and Singapore.
These companies will spend six months with healthcare industry experts from within and outside GE who will help them build and scale up their solutions for new market segments.
Applications from start-ups for Cohort 3 were shortlisted using evaluation criteria such as the strength of the business idea, maturity of product and team capabilities, among others. The India Edison Accelerator provides start-ups with mentorship, skill development programs, commercial and regulatory guidance as well as data provisioning.
About the six start-ups in Cohort 3:
4basecare: Through unique patient-centric solutions in Genomics and Digital Health, 4basecare is building the largest resource of comprehensive, longitudinal clinic-genomics data of cancer patients from Asia. https://4basecare.com/
Haystack Analytics: Enables simplifying complex genomic analysis for a better clinical decision in terms of comprehensive and accurate diagnosis. https://haystackanalytics.in/
zMed Healthcare Technologies: Provides comprehensive clinical data integration and advanced clinical AI for predicting clinical events and supporting all inpatient units of the hospital from the ICU to an Emergency Unit. https://zmed.tech/
Tricog: Makes virtual cardiology services available to remote clinics via AI and machine learning algorithms. https://www.tricog.com/|
AIRA Matrix: Provides AI-based solutions to automate image and data analysis in drug discovery/ development and healthcare. https://www.airamatrix.com/
Qritive: CE marked digital pathology platform and AI help pathology labs cater to more patients at a substantially higher quality. https://www.qritive.com/
The India Edison Accelerator’s Cohort 2 graduated in June 2021. It included six promising health-tech start-ups – Aarogya AI, Brain Sight AI, InMed Prognostics, Onward Assist, Fluid AI and Wellthy Therapeutics. These companies continue to engage with the India Edison Accelerator in the areas of market expansion and technology.
GE Healthcare unveiled the India EdisonTM Accelerator in August 2019 with a focus on nurturing the start-up ecosystem. Start-ups collaborate with GE Healthcare to arrive at solutions that improve patient outcomes and experience, efficiency of clinical practices and that of the healthcare facilities, reduce waste and inefficiencies, and eliminate costly and harmful errors. More information here: India EdisonTM Accelerator | GE Healthcare India (gehc.co)