Bayer Gets Innovative: 2015's Digital Health Start-Ups Initiated Into Grant Program
This article was originally published in Scrip
For a second year, Bayer Healthcare has launched its "Grants4Apps" program, which aims to offer financial support and business expertise to digital health start-up companies – an area of development it describes as a "very vibrant."
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