A New Class Wanted For New York Digital Health Accelerator
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The first nine-month incubator program hosted by the NYeC and PFNYC was a success, helping eight companies get a better footing in the New York economy, gain clients and launch 17 pilot programs that have led to job creation and better technological tools for state hospital systems.
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