Fueling The Mobile Health Revolution

Please join us for Demo Day June 12 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City. RSVP and details here

Sprint is committed to bringing the freedom of mobility to consumers, businesses and government users. Now, we want to bring that same freedom to the mobile health space — to spark a new revolution of inspired mobile health innovation.

The Sprint Accelerator, powered by Techstars, is a three-month, immersive, mentor-driven startup accelerator for ten companies that will be based in Kansas City. The focus is to help startups build the future of mobile health that changes the world one patient or consumer at a time. Whether enterprise, big data, or mobile, the future of mobile health begins with you and your team. Change lives forever and find success.


Support As You Go

Ten start-up companies moved into the Sprint Accelerator facility on March 11th where they are working in close quarters with the help of experts in the health, technology and entrepreneurship fields.  In the competitive Mobile Health industry, these companies have an unfair advantage with access to:

  • Up to $120,000 in combined seed funding
  • Ongoing mentor support from within the entrepreneurial community, corporate executives, health experts and venture capitalists
  • Unprecedented access to carrier technology and exclusive API’s
  • Technical support and development expertise from Sprint’s development team
  • Access to testing labs, research facilities and network engineers at the Sprint Campus
  • Dedicated Sprint Accelerator space located in Kansas City. Everything you need to build your startup in a place built just for you and your team.
  • Investor Demo Days where you will present your ideas to telecom leaders, health experts and investors at the close of the program
10 Companies
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3 Months
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$20k
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Any tech-powered start-up who has an innovative idea for a product and/or service that will propel mobile health forward. We’re looking for focused, well-rounded companies with strong, thoughtful ideas and an ability to execute.

Examples of the type of thinking we’re looking for might include:

  • Wearable technology – medical devices, movement tracking, vital monitoring etc.
  • Sensor-driven devices and networks
  • Products to help you care for parents, kids, or pets
  • Socially enabled products and services focused on achieving personal goals
  • Physical products that interact with a person’s smartphone
  • Health tools that interact with mobile cameras
  • Mobile apps that can diagnose
  • Medication schedule apps
  • Big Data – Platforms for better quality of care and reduced expenditures