Rock Health – Class of 2011 Demo Day

Rock Health is a new seed accelerator for health startups. It’s like a Y Combinator for healthcare. This is how they describe their program on their About page:

Do you have an idea or startup that’s working to solve a health-related issue? Apply to join Rock Health, a group of dedicated individuals working to catalyze innovation in the interactive health space, and gain to access our unrivaled community of experts and seed-accelerator program.
Startups partake in an intensive 5-month program, turning ideas into products and businesses. Our next class will begin in January 2012.

A few of days ago, their class of 2011 presented at Rock Health’s first “Demo Day” in San Francisco. I didn’t attend the event but I was able to follow some of it on Twitter by searching the #rockdemo hashtag. Many of these companies are still early stage and haven’t publicly launched their products yet.

Here’s a rundown of the companies that presented.

1.Cake Heath

The best free way to manage your healthcare expenses

Twitter: @cakehealth

2. Omada Health

We’re revolutionizing health care through group-based programs for chronic disease prevention.

3. BigEvidence

The universe of medical evidence – at your fingertips

4. Skimble

Fun mobile applications that help you stay healthy & fit

Mobile App: App Store, Android Marketplace

Twitter: @skimble

5. Genomera

We’re crowd-sourcing health discovery by helping anyone create group health studies.

Twitter: @genomera

6. WeSprout

Parenting is tough! Whether you’re facing a fever or potty training, WeSprout helps you make great decisions. We safely monitor your child’s health records and give you access to resources, useful data, and a community of parents who’ve been there before.

Twitter: @WeSprout


Cardio doesn’t have to be boring

Twitter: @BitGym

8. Pipette

Spot medical patterns. Reduce complications.

Twitter: @UsePipette

9. HeartBeat

What makes your heartbeat?

Twitter: @heartbeat

10. BrainBot

Train your brain to be calm and focused

Twitter: @BrainBot

11. CellScope

CellScope uses patent-pending optical attachments to turn smartphones into a diagnostic-quality imaging systems for telemedicine, skincare and education.

Twitter: @CellScope

12. Crohnology

The Crohn’s & Colitis Patient-to-Patient Information Sharing Platform

Twitter: @Crohnology

12. HealthInReach

Pay out of pocket. Save big.

Twitter: @HealthInReach