On October 19th, cliexa will pitch to improve the healthcare industry for a chance to pilot cliexa Platform with Colorado’s leading healthcare systems, payors, and provider networks.

Early this summer, healthcare innovators from around the country submitted applications to compete in the Prime Health Challenge, the country’s largest digital health pitch competition of its kind.  Over the past 3-months, experts from across the industry have evaluated the proposals through the Prime Health Qualify process and narrowed the list down to six finalists who will compete in the live, shark-tank style event at the Exdo Event Center in RiNo Denver.  Thanks to funding from The Colorado Health Foundation, winners will be rewarded with a share of the $150,000 prize and the opportunity to prove their solutions in real-life clinical settings.

Read more at this link.

Colorado health companies compete in $150,000 pitch contest – BizWest

Prime Health Challenge to feature six digital startup finalists vying for $150K – InnovatioNews

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Venture Hall accelerator program today announced cliexa (www.cliexa.com) to receive a zero-equity investment of $25,000, as awarded by their peers.

Also announced at Maine Startup Insider website, cliexa won the 1st place award.

Developed in partnership with Village Capital, an international accelerator and venture capital firm, Venture Hall’s program includes an intense peer-review process that has been shown to forecast success better than investors.

“We are honored and feel extremely lucky to be part of Venture Hall Accelerator Program this summer as cliexa. It was not just an accelerator program with just mentor and training sessions, but also working sessions with industry experts and clinicians directly from Maine Health and Unum,”said Mehmet Kazgan, CEO and co-founder of cliexa,” Venture Hall’s program played an amazing catalyzer role by working on specific areas for each startup and reached out to exactly the right group of resources from mentors pool. We came with a list of goals to Portland, Maine and Venture Hall made those happen. cliexa would love to be part of Maine’s economic growth.”

The six startup teams to complete the accelerator were selected from a competitive applicant pool of over 90 companies from 27 states and 12 countries. The accelerator program was delivered in partnership with MaineHealth and Unum to bring more world-class startup talent to Maine, and to provide a way for employees of both partner organizations to assist in the development of innovative new solutions to challenging problems.

The Rocky Mountain Life Science Investor & Partnering Conference(RMLIPC) will bring together leading investors and strategic partners from across the U.S. and the region’s top life science companies to cultivate partnerships and source investment opportunities in the areas of medical device, diagnostic, biotech, pharma and digital health.

The Rocky Mountain region is the largest and most advanced area between both coasts, with over $1.9 billion in investment in the region between 2011-2016.

cliexa is selected as one of the presenting companies by Colorado BioScience Association‘s at Rocky Mountain Life Science Investor and Partnering Conference.

April Bohnert told our story at BuiltinColorado’s article.

Cliexa, based in Colorado, has developed chronic condition management apps. It’s a graduate of the
Boulder, Colo.-based Boomtown Accelerator and has developed its product in partnership with Kaiser Permanente.

Read more at Maine Startup Insider Article here.