DreamIt Health Baltimore is designed to speed the growth and success of early-stage health IT companies through its program in Central Maryland giving participants access and advantages typically out-of-reach to healthcare startups.
Run by DreamIt Ventures, the program is a strategic partnership with the Johns Hopkins University, Northrop Grumman, Kaiser Permanente, and BioHealth Innovation and features additional investment from the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore and Maryland Department of Business & Economic Development.
DreamIt works with extraordinary teams to create exceptional companies, accomplishing in 4 months what would otherwise might take years. DreamIt accelerators are characterized by seed capital, intense 1-on-1 mentorship from previously successful tech entrepreneurs, access to key people, expertise, and information typically beyond the reach of a startup, hands-on education from leading industry practitioners, a robust network of DreamIt alumni, and a wide range of free services. Following a lean startup methodology, the selected teams focus on rapid, iterative interactions with their target markets to reduce risk and find product-market fit as quickly as possible.
The program is led by DreamIt Ventures’ Elliot Menschik and Jason Hardebeck, both successful founders/tech entrepreneurs and early-stage investors.
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What others are saying about DreamIt Health Baltimore:
Northrop Gumman, Hopkins partner on new Healthcare startup accelerator, Washington Post
Kaiser Permanente backs DreamIt Health’s next class, Mobi Health News
DreamIt Health aims to foster health IT in Baltimore, Baltimore Business Journal
Johns Hopkins announces plans to cosponsor accelerator for health IT startups, In The Capital