Considered a major hallmark of the Health 2.0 Annual Conference, these two opportunities for tech presentations are a chance for entrepreneurs and startups to gain visibility for their products with potential investors, partners and peers. The conference—scheduled from September 16–18 in Santa Clara, California—is now accepting applications from companies who want to demo their health tech innovations or pitch for a chance to be named Startup Champion at the HIMSS event.

2.0 Live Tech Demos

close June 7, 2019

year at the 2018 Health 2.0 Annual Conference, more than 100 innovative
companies, including Aaptiv, Healthify, and Heart Flow, showcased products
designed to help transform healthcare. In 2019, the Health 2.0 team is changing
things up and reworking their breakout session schedule to allow more focus
around the main stage programming. What does this mean for our demos? With more
streamlined programming, we’re upping the ante for our tech demo applicants and
selecting the most intriguing, adaptable, applicable products to be featured at
the 13th year of the conference. Chosen companies will either demo
their tech in standalone presentations or as part of larger panel sessions.

How to apply:

Go to the application pageCreate a loginClick “Health 2.0 Live Demos 2019”

2.0 VentureConnect Pitch Competition

close July 8, 2019

startups and entrepreneurs, the rapid-fire pitch competition is an opportunity to get valuable
exposure for their products, make connections with some of health tech’s
biggest and most active investors, and ultimately win the title of Most
Fundable Startup. Last year, 60 companies competed in the competition. Mira
and Avhana Health won in the contest’s consumer and provider tracks, respectively.

Health 2.0 VentureConnect Pitch competition brings together vetted seed
companies through raising Series A companies to pitch their innovative product
live on stage during rapid-fire presentations. The prize? Being named the most
promising startup by the venture capitalists and corporate investors judging
the competition. Six competition finalists—three consumer-facing startups and
three provider-facing ones—will compete to win

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