Monday, 26 February 2024

AIC T-Hub selects 20 startups to drive healthcare innovation in India

Fourth AIC T-Hub Healthcare cohort, taking another significant step towards advancing healthcare innovation in India

Hyderabad-based Technology or T-Hub, a startup incubator, has announced the launch of the new cohort of the AIC T-Hub Healthcare programme, aimed at fostering technological advancements and innovations within the healthcare sector across India. The programme will host 20 startups carefully selected for their groundbreaking solutions in the healthcare ecosystem.

The selected startups in the upcoming cohort will be addressing critical challenges in digital health, wearables, and hospital systems. The programme's structure involves a 12-week intensive curriculum with mentorship from healthcare thought leaders, doctors, and industry experts.

The programme offers a range of benefits to startups, including support for product development, assistance with commercialization plans, market understanding, business plan refinement, and access to resources essential for growth. The programme also provides access to a prototyping lab equipped with healthcare sensors.

The selected startups are- Exsegen Genomics, Pratibha Healthkon, RudrastraApptech, Medstown, Dognosis, MolVerse, MicroHeal Wellness, Medicoinnovex Technologies, Aspire Health and Medicare, Swarupa Narsimha Healthcare (OPC), Cliniv Health Tech, SC Health care logistics, Incra Soft, LIV Emergency Healthcare, Terrablue, Medaid, Aarogya ID, Neordent Healthcare Solutions.   

Throughout the programme, AIC T-Hub will also support selected startups with investment opportunities, grants, customer pilots with hospitals, clinical validation, and access to a prototyping lab with healthcare sensors.

Over the past three cohorts, the AIC T-Hub Healthcare programme has played a pivotal role in supporting 45 startups, enabling them to secure approximately Rs 10 crore in investments and facilitating 21 market pilots with various hospitals. 

Looking ahead, AIC T-Hub plans to initiate partnership joint programmes with hospitals, further solidifying its commitment to shaping the growth and innovation of the healthcare industry in India. 

Published on : 09th February, 2024