MIT School of Architecture and Planning
Launching a HealthTech Startup
For Startups and Enterprises
26 January 2022
Learn about the curriculum, the industry experts you’ll learn from, the global network you’ll build and more.
About the course
Digital health is disrupting the healthcare industry by creating new value using wearables and patient engagement data.
According to Global Market Insights Inc., the worldwide digital health market is projected to hit $504.4B by 2025.
This course was developed to provide a comprehensive guide to structuring a successful health tech product, service or venture.
It will prepare entrepreneurs, innovators and health executives to leverage the transformative power of AI-wearables and machine learning.
Who is this course for?
Increase in telehealth use from the pre-COVID-19 baseline
Of medical imaging processes will use AI to detect diseases and guide treatment by 2026
On completing the course, you will gain a prestigious certificate of attendance from the MIT School of Architecture and Planning.
What you will gain
Companies we’ve worked with
Our learners are professionals from prestigious companies from across the world. In the past, we have worked with companies like NASA, Boeing, MasterCard, Salesforce, HSBC and many more.
The course has provided a better view of the health tech industry regarding medical devices. This course influenced my creation of a mobile-first website that will become an FDA regulated business called STRK.
Explore the concepts of AI-wearables, health data and health tech and how they transform the health industry.
Make the connection between innovation and technology aspects of a patient’s health and their data.
Discuss key principles and processes that will help forge the path to a successful health tech product, service or venture.
Engage in a high-level introduction to the venture capital investment process, including alternative funding sources.
Explore the mission value of a health tech product, service or venture and key considerations for determining whether it will follow an FDA approval track.
Data has been the beginning of many great products, services or ventures in health tech — explore data mining, analytics and ethical concerns.
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Results that matter
The completion rate overother MOOC competitors
Student completion of courses, against the industry average of 3-5%.
Improvement on metrics such as grades and retention