The seven startups represent the second cohort of the Edison Accelerator in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The accelerator is a startup and scale-up program designed by GE Healthcare in partnership with UK-based Wayra.
Over the next six months, the startups will be offered access to GE Healthcare’s solutions and integrations. They will also have access to healthcare providers to test product innovations on existing workflows and technologies.
GE Healthcare said the program helps to develop, integrate and commercialize digital solutions. In turn, this will “drive the digital future of healthcare forward.”
“The challenges the healthcare sector is facing today are too complex for a single company to solve,” said Jan Beger, senior director of digital ecosys…