2018 Health 2.0 Pitch Competitions

September 16th from 2:00pm - 5:30pm

Pitch Competitions

2019 VentureConnect Pitch Competition



During these Pitch Compititions attendees of Health 2.0 will see some of the most innovative organizations come take stage as they present their ground-breaking technologies.

Health 2.0 VentureConnect
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Six “Series A ready” health tech companies compete to be recognized as the most fundable startup. VC judges choose winners in consumer and professional-facing tracks.

Health 2.0's VentureConnect is a chance for digital health companies seeking Series A funding to pitch in front of a room of venture capitalists, government officials, and angel investors. Finalists will go on to work with expert mentors and develop their pitches, which they will present to a panel of industry leaders live on Sunday, September 16th. We're starting the judging end of this week, where our panel of virtual judges will select the finalists pitching at the fall conference. We're hoping to have the finalists by mid-August. The finalists will be competing in either the consumer-facing tack or the professional-facing track. In the end, we'll have two winners from each of the track.​

For the past few years VentureConnect, previously Traction, has been a successful part of the Health 2.0 conference in showcasing the most innovative health tech startup pitches and connecting them to venture capitalists and corporate investors. Six finalists will have access to professional mentorship on their pitches, and will present at Health 2.0’s Fall Conference. Learn more here.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Pitch Event
4:00pm - 5:30pm

AI: The tasks of selecting a health insurance plan, finding a physician or choosing a pharmacy are just a couple of the daunting and complex decisions that most health care consumers will face at one point in their lives. With options for health care services up the wazoo, and conflicting information from different resources, tools like chatbots and voice assistants can help. As artificial intelligence rises to the top of the solution hopper in the health space, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation AI and the Healthcare Consumer Challenge, powered by Catalyst is presenting three such teams at a live pitch competition.

Opioid: Substance misuse affects millions of people from all walks of life. The impact of drug misuse is significant not only on patients, but also on their families, friends and the healthcare system at large. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation set out to highlight tech-enabled solutions to address this epidemic received one hundred applications. The RWJF Opioid Challenge, powered by Catalyst, will be presenting the three top teams at a live pitch competition.


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