AWS Healthcare Accelerator announces 12 start-ups for inaugural programme

AWS Healthcare Accelerator has selected 12 participants for the first programme in the UK.

The companies were selected from 117 applications from 13 countries by a panel from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Public, a government-focused technology company that has a network of healthcare start-ups and an international presence.

Announced last October 2021, the accelerator is a four-week programme that cultivates and promotes innovative start-ups that aim to improve patient experience, improve clinician experience, achieve better health outcomes, and lower cost of care.

The 12 participants are:

Dignio connects patients and healthcare professionals through a digital platform that disrupts the traditional way of delivering health services and opens up new possibilities for a more sustainable solution. The solution, enables safe and cost-effective care, while liberating clinicians from routine tasks.

Sapien Health is a digital clinic for surgery, helping people prepare their mind and body for surgery through sustainable lifestyle changes.

Dr Julian is a mental healthcare platform that aims to increase accessibility and regulation of mental healthcare provision connecting the patients to vetted, online trained clinical psychologists, CBT therapists and counsellors via our secure video/audio/messaging link from their phone, tablet, or computer.

WYSA provides mental health support by helping users self-manage stressors by blending AI-guided listening with professional expert support. Services are anonymous, available 24/7, and clinically safe.

DDM Health is a provider of digital therapeutics that improve patient health outcomes and unlock clinical efficiency.

PEP Health uses AI to provide insight into what patients are thinking in real time. Its natural language processing technology transforms millions of patient comments into measurable and comparable data so that they can be used to improve experiences and outcomes.

Remedy Rx has a platform that captures the 95% of data that sits outside the healthcare system by creating a direct link between patients and their physicians.

Birdie delivers a technology platform for home care providers. Through the integration of data into a single source, it helps home care providers of all sizes offer better service to older adults in the UK.

Infinity Health provides a software-as-a-service task management solution for healthcare, providing staff with tools to plan and coordinate care, monitor performance, and make real-time operational decisions to improve safety and efficiency. Infinity replaces outdated technologies and inefficient processes, integrating with existing systems to automate and optimise high-volume, mission critical tasks. The activity data collected by Infinity can also be used to build predictive models that inform strategic resourcing and planning decisions.

Abtrace supports healthcare systems to transform the way long-term health conditions are detected, monitored and treated. The platform acts as data-driven layer sitting on top of electronic health records prompting proactive interventions and earlier diagnosis.

C the Signs is a clinical system that uses artificial intelligence mapped with the latest evidence to identify patients at risk of cancer at the earliest and most curable stage of the disease.

Thymia analyses speech, video and behavioural data gathered via specially designed video games to help clinicians assess mental health conditions objectively and accurately, starting with depression.

Over four weeks, the 12 start-ups will receive AWS promotional credits, training, mentoring from healthcare domain and technical subject matter experts, business development, go-to-market guidance, and investment guidance. The companies will also have potential proof-of-concept opportunities with public sector healthcare customers.

The programme brings in healthcare industry leaders to collaborate with the start-ups on topics ranging from business models, regulatory pathways, clinical validation, and electronic health record integration. The programme also fosters collaboration opportunities with AWS customers and AWS Partner Network partners looking for new healthcare solutions.

The programme culminates in a virtual demo day on 25 April, which can be joined by clicking here.

Date published: March 28, 2022

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