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3 angelMD Startups Make Livestrong Big C Semi-finals
Date:7/24/2014

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2014

Three companies from the angelMD network were chosen Wednesday to be semi-finalists in Livestrong’s Big C Competition. Out of 700 competition entrants, Chiron Health, Litesprite, and Decisive Health are each headed to the semi-final round. In this round twenty teams are invited to participate in Livestrong’s exclusive three-month accelerator program, complete with mentoring from thought-leaders and medical entrepreneurs from all over the country.

As part of the angelMD commitment to the Livestrong vision around the Big C competition, CTO Jens Francis will participate as a mentor.

“I’m excited to serve in a mentorship role. Livestrong has a terrific vision around supporting medical startups making an impact, and we are on board 100%," says Jens Francis. “I look forward to working with the innovative companies in their network.”

About Chiron Health
Chiron Health, based in Austin, Texas, is a unique telemedicine platform for outpatient follow-up care—with full regulatory and reimbursement support for physician practices. The company provides a secure technology platform that leverages the existing computers, tablets, and mobile devices that physicians and patients use every day, providing a high-touch telemedicine toolkit—including full reimbursement from private payers.

About Litesprite
Seattle-based Litesprite is a company dedicated to finding innovative ways to help people learn, develop, and maintain healthy habits. By combining proven medical treatments with the joy of games, Litesprite bu
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