Wednesday December 3, 2014 0 comments
DENVER - In celebration of the recent Colorado Capital Conference and its focus on the growth of digital healthcare, Twentyseven Global - a mobile application and software development company - announced it will award one Denver-based health IT startup with a $25,000 technology investment before the end of the year.
"Colorado is driven to be the nation's leading digital health care economy, and we're excited to contribute to the growth of this industry," said Steve Roatch, Twentyseven Global CEO and president.
"Of course, there are challenges when it comes to health care, but by focusing on and improving small components over time, the industry as a whole can be improved. We hope this will be a significant step."
To qualify, startup candidates must be located in Denver or the surrounding area and have an open investment round. The winner will be chosen based on the vision and creativity of its solution, its ability to execute the vision and whether it has technology needs that are matched with services offered by Twentyseven Global, the company said.
For more information, contact Roatch or Creighton O'Neal, VP of client service for Twentyseven Global Denver.