B.Braun Accelerator Call for Innovative Solutions & Products

B. Braun is one of the world's leading providers and manufacturers of healthcare solutions today. The company employs more than 60,000 employees in 64 countries and is looking for European early-stage startups with working-prototypes in the HealthTech and MedTech sector for their upcoming accelerator program.

B. Braun is looking for innovative solutions & products in the area of ambulatory & home care taking into account the total patient pathway.

Innovation Topics

  • Data Management and Communication
    Including but not limited to: Patient Discharge Management, Recovery Process, Matchmaking Software, Supply Chain Mgmt, Education & Technology, HR Tools
  • Digital Health and Home Care
    Including but not limited to: Patient Discharge Management, Patient Empowerment, Preventive Medicine, Tele-Monitoring, Tele Medicine, Follow-up Care
  • Disruptive Solutions in the Medtech and Healthtech Field
    Industry revolutionary - out of the box - solutions

Technologies

Smart Devices, Wearables, Sensorics, IoT, Blockchain, Big Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Medical Robotics, Virtual & Augmented Reality, Genomics

Therapy Fields

Examples: Dialysis, Diabetes, Stoma, Wound Care, Incontinence, Nutrition, Infusion Therapy

What are the benefits?

6 months acceleration program, jump-start pilot funding up to € 20K, non equity program, individual mentoring & consulting, network of experts, co-working space, post acceleration & implementation support

Pitching session for selecting the top startups: 19 December 2017

For further information and to apply, please visit:
https://www.f6s.com/bbraun-accelerator/about

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