A new Academy with empower entrepreneurs with the tools and resources they need to build businesses which work towards fixing a broken healthcare system in ways that significantly reduce costs and dramatically improve care.

During this year’s SXSW Festival, StartUp Health, a hybrid entrepreneurial incubator and academy focused on reforming the healthcare industry, announced its first class of 10 entrepreneurs (chosen from a pool of 400 applicants) who will take part in the intensive three-year program. Based on a simple premise that the best way to transform a “broken” healthcare system is to provide entrepreneurs working in health with the education and critical resources they need to build viable business solutions, the academy aims to empower savvy individuals with access to the capital and know-how they need to spur innovation.

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