A great workshop was held today at Lab 14, 700 Swanston Street Carlton. There were 11 Australian health startups presenting their pitch to an audience of health professionals, technologists and investors.
Peak15 held a meetup focusing on the aged care sector. The speakers were real life nurses talking about the challenges caring for elderly frail people.
In 1846 the first stone of the Royal Melbourne Hospital was laid. The hospital began training medical students from 1864 and in 1885 the first speciality department was established.
Health Delivered is bridging the gap between between the past world of paper medical records stuffed into manila folders, and the future of accurate, cloud-based data.
Last night Peak 15 held their first meetup for 2017 at the Alfred Medical Education and Research Precinct.
Laneway Labs was Australia’s first dedicated digital health co-working space. It has recently been renamed Agnes Health, a collaborative incubator for digital health businesses.
Melbourne Health Accelerator Program is Australia’s only startup space that is actually situated inside a hospital.
In true startup ‘flip’ style, The Royal Melbourne Hospital is now hosting Australia’s first Startup Health Accelerator program, set inside an abandoned Intensive Care Unit.