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A New Breed Of Accelerators Helps Drive Digital Health

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Many digital health start-ups require more than just capital to navigate the complicated waters of the health care industry, and a new group of seed accelerators has emerged to help meet their needs. An interview with Healthbox director Ateet Adhikari.

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