Blueprint Health’s 8 for Class 8

Blueprint Health announced its Summer 2015 class of 8 on Thursday. The NYC-based accelerator, since its early startup days in 2011, now focuses on companies further along in the development continuum. Telehealth companies would find Oculus Health most interesting as Medicare chronic care management and telehealth reimbursement present opportunities for remote patient monitoring expansion.

Bind ( Helps prospective parents to make informed decisions about genomic testing and provides genetic counseling services
Crediyo ( Decreases patient payment write-offs and improves cash flow for medical practices with turn-key patient lending products
Ekovia ( Helps hospital hire top talent with the most robust database healthcare professionals and algorithms to predict who is open to new job opportunities
GetCompliant ( Provides a full service platform for HIPAA compliance for physician practicesMedPilot ( Decreases patient payment write-offs for medical practices by offering customizable payment plans and advocacy services to patients
Oculus Health ( Enables primary care physicians get reimbursed for caring for patients with chronic conditions outside of the clinic with a platform designed to meet the requirements of Medicare’s new chronic care billing code
Psocratic ( Helps employers reduce stress and improve the productivity of their employees with a platform that provides time management, productivity, and resilience training exercises
TrackER Prevents hospital readmissions and redundant testing in the emergency room using geolocation

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