Awards and News


AgeTech is for All Ages: A Conversation with Rick Robinson of AARP Innovation Labs

In this wide-ranging conversation, we cover the immense market opportunity on the horizon, types of startups/solutions that fall under the AgeTech umbrella, and reasons why a younger generation of entrepreneurs should take note of this space.

prn_cision_logo_desktop Partners With Nonnatech To Reimagine Remote Patient Monitoring

The combination of's secure patient-centered messaging platform and Nonnatech's next-generation Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) technology is a groundbreaking step in providing proactive care to seniors.


Upward Labs Announces Inaugural Aged Care and Smart Building Cohort

First-of-its-kind pilot program recruits startup companies from across the globe to pilot technologies in partnership with Connecticut companies over a six-month period.


Kaiser Permanente, Village Capital unveil 10 startups in Health: US 2018 program

The 10 startups that made the cut for Health: US 2018, the venture development program headed up by Village Capital and Kaiser Permanente, seek to address the needs of America's aging population.


Telehealth and Medicine Today Announces Innovation Ignition Winners

Competition held at 1st Annual Tactics and Technologies Transforming Long-term Care Conference - companies that promise to radically change the future of our health system with innovations that revolutionize current perspectives were evaluated. And the winners are...


Here’s the 18th batch of companies from 500 Startups

We’re already halfway through the year, which means it’s time for another batch from 500 Startups to start rolling out. This year, 46 companies are going through 500 Startups’ 18th batch, ranging from traditional B2B tools to a smart pill case that helps track whether or not people are taking their medication.


Winners of Pilot Health Day 2014 and NYC Institutions Partner to Pilot Health Tech in the Big Apple

June marked Pilot Health Day 2014, a program that provides $1 million in funding to projects that pilot innovative health technologies in NYC. The day was sponsored by Health 2.0, an organization that showcases and catalyzes health technology, and the NYC Economic Development Corp.



SeApp Challengensor data goes with you seamlessly from home to ambulance to hospital to back home. Our current healthcare “system” comprises a loose collection of disparate devices and systems that do not connect, or require manual intervention to connect data.


Your connected home could one day save your life

According to Mark Walters, President of the Z-Wave Alliance and part of the team behind this "Closed Loop Healthcare"  project, it's these types of use cases that bring the ever-nebulous term "Internet of Things" down to earth. When the gadgets in your home can help you get the care you need, everyone wins, right?