The Start-ups Meet Healthcare Providers programme is a challenge-based acceleration programme that aims to bring to the table novel ideas that improve the practice of health care and scalable solutions that create transformational change for the field. This year two healthcare providers, Tartu University Hospital and Sanitas Group released challenges and we are now accepting applications until 20 March 2022.
The programme is designed to give successful start-ups access to healthcare providers, gaining insights from their expertise and the opportunity to test and validate their solutions. The programme is made up of four modules; the first 2-week long module will focus on workshops covering all scaling fundamentals from go-to-market to pitching, followed by one-to-one pitching sessions, where healthcare providers will provide hands-on feedback to validate product/market fit and fine-tune your solution with the goal to improve hospital workflows and patient care.
If you are developing innovative technologies and products representing potential solutions for the selected challenges for 2022, submit your application now!
Cleaning and disinfecting hospital rooms is time-consuming and requires extra knowledge. Tartu University Hospital is eager to explore autonomous hospital cleaning solutions that can save time and costs for the hospital staff. They are looking for innovative, creative and environmentally friendly autonomous cleaning solutions, such as robotic devices, but also other products that could assist humans in the hospital rooms cleaning and disinfection process. The solution should be able to maneuver in tight spaces, wet and dry clean and also disinfect different surfaces.
Sanitas Connected Health Programme enables customers to share data collected by their wearables and connected devices so that Sanitas can help them live healthier lives. Sanitas would like to implement Big Data and AI tools to analyse this data, obtain insights and automatically generate health recommendations. This would allow Sanitas to scale up the service and reach more customers, help their health professionals in the diagnosis and decision-making processes, and improve the digital solutions they offer to their health insurance.