24 June 2020 | News
Edison[X] has now opened registrations for its second cohort
GE Healthcare has announced the graduation of its first batch of startups who were part of Cohort-1 of ‘Edison[X] - Startups powered by GE Healthcare’, its startup collaboration program based out of India.
The Demo Day featured five impressive health tech startups, each solving some of the most critical healthcare challenges including Covid-19.
The startups -- 5C Network, DeepTek, Orbo, Predible and Synapsica showcased their clinical solution, business model, market opportunity and projections to a virtual audience comprising of startups, investors, healthcare players and other corporates.
Nalinikanth Gollagunta, Managing Director, Wipro GE Healthcare, South Asia said, “I am extremely proud of the founders of our first Csohort for the exciting and innovative businesses they are building. Their strength lies in their ability to match their unique technical knowledge and deep business skills to real world healthcare problems. Each of these startups are working on areas that are extremely relevant to GE and our customers. Their game changing solutions are complementary to our offerings and address significant healthcare challenges that exist today. We are looking to offer our customers those choices and intend to partner with start-ups of Cohort-1 on relevant engagement models including taking these solutions to the market and offer them an opportunity to build scale.”
ABOUT THE FIVE STARTUPS:
APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR COHORT 2
Edison[X] has now opened registrations for its second cohort. Startups with interest in the space of Advanced Imaging and Visualization, Precision diagnosis and treatment, Computer-aided Detection and diagnosis, Virtual hospitals, data management among others are encouraged to apply. To know more, please visit www.startups.gehc.co and follow the program on twitter @GEHC_EdisonX