PILOT Health Tech NYC provides funding of up to $100,000 each to 10 innovative projects that pilot new technologies in NYC healthcare settings.
PILOT Health Tech NYC is an exciting new program which provides funding of up to $100,000 each to 10 innovative pilot projects to take place in New York City. The program seeks to partner early-stage healthcare technology companies ('innovators') with key NYC healthcare service organizations or individuals ('hosts'), including hospitals, physician clinics, payors, pharma companies, and nursing associations. Each pilot project will be focused on addressing defined needs of the healthcare industry and testing a technology prototype in a healthcare setting for a period of approximately 3-6 months.
PILOT Health Tech NYC was developed by NYCEDC in partnership with leading health organizations Health 2.0, StartUp Health, and Blueprint Health. It is designed to leverage the city's large concentration of healthcare institutions and entrepreneurial companies, and position New York City as the nation's hub for healthcare technology.
The program aims to:
The program helps innovators and hosts “match” with each other through facilitated matchmaking sessions, and seeks innovators and hosts to submit joint proposals for innovative pilot projects.
Up to $1,000,000 in total awards, plus workshops, recognition, and conference demos!
Winners will also receive the following:
A number of 'hosts' have already indicated their interest in participating in the matchmaking sessions, including NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Montefiore Medical Center, North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, VillageCare, Visiting Nurse Service of New York, and Pace University. To see an updated list of 'hosts' and to register to participate in the matchmaking sessions, visit www.pilothealthtechnyc.com.
For winners only: