Calling health tech Startups, invited to join Australia’s largest corporate led heath tech accelerator, now in its third year.

HCF, Australia’s largest not-for-profit health fund has launched round three of its Startup accelerator program, HCF Catalyst,designed to help entrepreneurs turn their health tech ideas into high impact businesses, that will change the provision of health services now and in the future. Apply here:

HCF Catalyst, in partnership with Slingshot, is now accepting applications from health tech entrepreneurs, experts and other specialists interested in building a health technology business. The accelerator is a structured, 12 week program designed to build compelling business models and secure the traction, viability and investment needed for each business to succeed. It includes hands-on resources such as mentorship, funding, industry relationship-building, and strategic guidance.

This year’s selected cohort will have the opportunity to be mentored by leading tech entrepreneuers including Nick Molnar, CEO of Afterpay, Tim McDougall, Founder of Curo Technologies, and healthcare expert Professor Hung Nguyen, Director at the Centre for Healthcare Technologies, UTS.  In 2016, Melbourne-based Curo Technologies secured $1 million in investment from HCF to bring its passive sensor technology to market to help elderly people live independently for longer. The following year, HCF was proud to support a number of female founders into the health tech industry such as SheBirths, ScrubIT and The Pelvic Expert.

Applications close on Friday 24 November –