Building a network of
influencers and connecting the
digital health ecosystem
Ensuring a strong
pipeline of diverse talent
in the region
commercialization of promising
digital health technologies
Quarantine Yourself, Not Your Business
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Virtual at University of Maryland
Attracting Talent in the BioHealth Capital Region
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Virtual at BioBuzz
Johns Hopkins Rolls out COVID-19 Monitoring Tool
Johns Hopkins Medicine is using digital health startup emocha’s telehealth tool to monitor healthcare providers for Covid-19 symptoms.
Early Charm Ventures Partners with Innovators of Progress Scholarship Program
The partnership aims to support entrepreneurially talented students in the Baltimore-Washington, DC region.
Baltimore: Poised for a Revolution in Health Business
Baltimore and the surrounding region are poised to lead a business revolution in health.
AdventHealth Adopts Baltimore-Based Start-up Technology
Avhana Health is working with the health system to launch its platform that improves electronic health records throughout the system’s network of doctor’s offices.
Johns Hopkins Start-ups win Microsoft Innovation Acceleration Awards
Five Johns Hopkins startups received inaugural Microsoft Innovation Acceleration awards to advance their businesses that are using data science and AI technology to address societal problems.c
CDHX Aims to Spur Regional Startup Growth
A new initiative spearheaded by Johns Hopkins is setting out to organize and grow the digital health community in the region, with an aim of fueling successful startups.
emocha and University of Maryland School of Pharmacy Join Forces
The partnership brings together two Baltimore teams working on ensuring that patients take medicine as prescribed.
AdvaMed Launches Center for Digital Health
The Washington, D.C.-based Advanced Medical Technology Association established its Center for Digital Health to advance tech- and data-driven care delivery.
Protenus Named to List of Most Innovative Digital Health Startups
CB Insights today named Protenus to the inaugural Digital Health 150 ranking, showcasing the 150 most promising private digital health companies in the world.
Johns Hopkins University Wins Economic Development Grant
The U.S. Economic Development Administration awarded more than $600,000 to Johns Hopkins University to increase economic development in the region’s digital health field.
Startup Finalists Named in LifeBridge Health Innovation Challenge
Six digital health startups have been named finalists in the LifeBridge Health and CareFirst Innovation Challenge with the chance to receive $50,000 towards research and development.