"We are thrilled to welcome these visionary companies to our Digital Health Cohort," says Natalie Buford-Young, CEO of Springboard Enterprises, in a press release announcing the nine women-led companies selected for its 2023 Digital Health Innovation Program Cohort.
"Their innovative technologies have the potential to transform healthcare."
Among them: Cubtale, an AI coach that improves the quality of baby care by providing real-time care guidance and coordination tools to new parents.
Ad Astra Diagnostics, which scouts infection at the speed of a fingerstick with point-of-care diagnostics to democratize access to fast health decisions.
CurieDX, an AI-powered chronic condition management platform.
Liv Labs, a clinical-stage consumer healthtech company making affordable, at-home treatment solutions for urinary incontinence.
FamilyWell Health, a tech-enabled behavioral health company that integrates perinatal mental health services in Obstetric practices using a coach-driven, collaborative care model.
Social Cascade Social Cascade is a first-to-market health literacy solution enabling HCPs to be year-round, active partners in care by and maintaining an active social media presence using content sourced from leading national and local early childhood advocates.
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