Baltimore City Health Department is launching the first cohort of TECHealth (Transforming Engineering for Civic Health), a program to engage members of Baltimore’s thriving technology and design community to solve pressing public health challenges in the city.
Following the completion of the three-month design and development phase, teams will present their projects to key health, innovation, and government stakeholders.
Teams will then be eligible for a micro-grant from Baltimore City’s TECHealth Innovation Fund to support further development. Qualifying teams will also be eligible for a spot in the Accelerate Baltimore program at Baltimore’s award winning incubator, ETC (Emerging Technology Centers).
If you're interested in more information, visit the TECHealth website or contact Mike Fried.
Read more to learn about the seven projects participating in the first cohort!