As part of the HighTechXL Impact Summit, Get in the Ring, Philips and HighTechXL are looking for innovative stage startups that can disrupt healthcare. Are you ready to work together with Philips and pave the way for smarter healthcare?
Philips is a health technology company that cares about people. With unique insights and expertise in both the consumer and professional healthcare domains, Philips aims to deliver innovations throughout the health continuum – from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care.
The worldwide Philips HealthWorks Accelerator program helps startups to validate and grow their proposition with exclusive coaching and feedback from Philips experts, access to its health network for validation of their proposition, hands-on individual sessions to build their business model and structured sessions covering healthcare economics, Intellectual property, business case generation etc. Philips also assesses the potential for investment and further collaboration in its Growth program.
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We are calling out to startups that are able to truly change the future of healthcare. By bringing change we mean that you have an innovative technology, service or business model that can enable healthier lives, fertility and pregnancy with connected propositions focused on:
*health routines and care in the home;
*provide first-time right diagnosis with personalized and adaptive care pathways;
*provide (real-time) guidance of (minimally invasive) therapies to enable effectiveness, faster recovery and better outcomes;
*provide real-time monitoring and clinical decision support to optimize care coordination, improve population health, recovery and reduce re-admissions;
*enable software-based patient-provider connectivity and services;
*improve access to care in developing countries.
Fertility, Pregnancy & Parenting
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU
Pilot contract with Philips
Spot in the Philips Healthworks acceleration program (earlier stage startups only)
Spot in the 3-month corporate-guided acceleration program HighTechXL(earlier stage startups)
Spend two full days of 1-1 sessions with industry experts in your field to explore business opportunities and get industry insights
have a working prototype or demonstrator;
be able to launch a finished product or service within the next year;
have included data processing or collecting within the healthcare field in your solution;
have your leadership team present at the event July 8th - 12th.
ADDITIONAL CRITERIA PHILIPS HEALTHWORKS PROGRAM
In addition, to be selected for the Philips HealthWorks Fertility, Pregnancy & Parenting Acceleration program you should
be in pre-seed stage, early seed stage;
have (at least) your leadership team available to participate in the 3 months program in Eindhoven, The Netherlands starting September 11, 2017
ABOUT THE HIGHTECHXL IMPACT SUMMIT
The HighTechXL Impact Summit is a two-day technology conference where selected startups globally meet the most notable Dutch high-tech and financial leaders in three tracks: MedTech | High Tech | FinTech
Day 1: 1-on-1 meetings Philips and industry experts
Day 2: Challenge final pitch
The HighTechXL Accelerator program is designed to fast-track an early-stage startup to market launch, while also preparing them to become investor-ready. It covers the phase from prototype to market. The format provides structured access to finance, facilities, and know-how. Startups get a strong base for growth through our a tightly-knit community of mentors, partners and entrepreneurs.
ABOUT PHILIPS HEALTHWORKS AUTUMN FPP ACCELERATOR
For the upcoming autumn HealthWorks Acceleration Program, held in Eindhoven, Netherlands, Philips offers a highly focused program, exclusively for early-stage start-ups in the area of Fertility, Pregnancy and Parenting that contribute significantly to:
- Support healthy living and fertility, preparing mothers for a healthy pregnancy
- Managing pregnancy risks to improve outcomes
- Improving birth outcomes and experiences
- Support recovery to avoid re-admission
- Create access to pregnancy, maternal and neonatal care in developing countries