eHub’s Iconic Data featured in TechCrunch as part of Healthbox Startup Accelerator Program

TechCrunch announced the 10 companies selected to participate in the Healthbox Startup Accelerator Program in Chicago.  Iconic Data, one of the eight eHub Nspire Program participants, is one of these 10 companies. Following is an excerpt from the article.

TechCrunch

Healthbox: Chicago’s New Health-Focused Startup Accelerator Debuts Its Inaugural Batch by Rip Empson

Healthbox is set to launch its three-month accelerator program on January 9, 2012 and will be seeding the 10 companies it has chosen from over 200 applications with $50,000 equity investments (for a 7 percent stake). The 10 teams will share space and collaborate at the accelerator’s headquarters in Chicago, where they will be given access to an expert network of entrepreneurs, investors, and experts, a collaborative workspace, as well as forums led by these experts and investors, geared towards educating startups on partnerships, product development, and so on.

Iconic Data (Georgia) delivers a cloud-based patient list manager solution that provides physicians access to near-real-time snapshots of clinical care episodes across disparate, non-integrated facilities, resulting in increased charge capture and reduced inefficiencies.

To see the full list of participants and read the article in full: http://techcrunch.com/2011/12/20/healthbox-chicagos-new-health-focused-startup-accelerator-debuts-its-inaugural-batch/

Congratulations to David LaBorde and the Iconic Data Team.

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