23 December 2022 | News
Selected startups will be provided with expert-led workshops, specialised mentorship, market access, and investor and industry connect
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Hyderabad-based Technology Hub or T-Hub has announced the launch of the third cohort of the AIC (Atal Innovation Centre) T-Hub Healthcare programme to strengthen the technology innovations for the healthcare sector across India.
The programme is designed to help entrepreneurs navigate the challenges around growth of the startup through expert-led workshops, specialised mentorship, market access, and investor and industry connect.
From a total of 200+ applications, 17 startups have been handpicked after an extensive screening process by T-Hub, AIC and external industry experts. The startups were selected based on their cutting-edge deeptech innovations for healthcare and life sciences space, go-to market readiness, scalability, team composition, etc.
This time, the cohort focused on areas such as - Data Digitization, Prevention and Early Detection, Non-invasive medical devices, Capacity Building, Diagnostic Tools for cardiovascular diseases, Cancer, and Eye Diseases and Healthcare Workers.
The launch of the third cohort comes after the successful completion of the second cohort where T-Hub has helped startups in raising Rs 7 crore in investments and 11 market pilots’ intervention in various hospitals in sectors such as Digital Health, Wearables and Hospital Systems.
Names of the startups that are shortlisted are: Xtraliving, HSOL, Sanjiva Homoeopathy, Qurix, Health Compass, Latros Health, Second Consult, Thera Healthtec, Immuny5, Yantram Healthtech, Medtotes, Mediforte, Yeshbio Solutions and Thamsar TeleHealth.