Applications are open for next year’s Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator program in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District.
Run by Colorado-based Techstars, the accelerator seeks entrepreneurs who are matching mobile technology with health. The program runs for three months and provides access to mentors, funding, mobile technology labs and other resources.
This year’s class included a fitness tracking device for pets, a mapping app for sickness outbreaks and a house call doctor app. Each of the 10 companies in this year’s program pitched potential investors at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in mid-June.
Applications can be made online and are due by Dec. 14.