Gener8tor’s gBETA Medtech accelerator program, based in Minneapolis, announced the five members of its spring 2021 cohort, including UptimeHealth.
Jinesh Patel, UptimeHealth Co-Founder and CEO makes Forbes NEXT 1000 inaugural list.
Our CEO, Jinesh Patel, had the pleasure of speaking with the Global Entrepreneurship Network about his time at the Entrepreneurship World Cup in 2019, where UptimeHealth finished in the Global Top 40.
UptimeHealth is honored to be named on Boston Bootcamps’ 50 Startups to Watch in 2020. Companies in different fields, such as finance, healthcare, and marketing have created innovative products here to revolutionize the tech industry.
Our CEO, Jinesh Patel, had the pleasure of speaking with Sal Daher, from Angel Invest Boston about the founding story of UptimeHealth.
UptimeHealth was featured in a YahooNews article based on the recent funding the company received from investors to build the best equipment management platform for healthcare.
UptimeHealth participated as a finalist in the Entrepreneurship World Cup – East Cost Finals, a startup pitch competition held in Boston, MA. The company received 3rd place in the fierce competition.
UptimeHealth had the privileged to sit down with Colin Barry from VentureFizz and do a Q&A session about the amazing technology we are building and our time at Techstars.
UptimeHealth is proud to be the 11th investment in the jtangoVC portfolio, and join the likes of other great companies like Nurse 1-1, Homebinder, and AceUp.
UptimeHealth Named as the 10 Teams Revolutionizing B2B SaaS, Applied AI, Healthcare, and Marketplaces
UptimeHealth was part of the Boston 2019 Techstars Cohort. Techstars is an American seed accelerator, founded in Boulder, Colorado in 2006. As of 2019, Techstars had accepted over 1,600 companies into its programs with a combined market capitalization of $18.2B USD.