Following a wildly successful inaugural class, the team at Rock Health have announced their second class of resident startups.

The program is five months long and ends with a demo day for companies to show off their products to investors and hopefully hit the ground running following their incubation.

The following 15 companies begin their five month session at Rock Health’s San Francisco offices in January.


Agile HealthAgile Diagnosis is creating a web and mobile platform that provides clinicians with evidence and expert consensus based best practices in the form of highly actionable clinical algorithms. They want to make it easier and quicker for clinicians to give their patients the best possible care.

AvvaAvva is the first online patient-focused breast cancer management tool that allows patients to comprehensively organize, manage, and communicate important information throughout the breast cancer experience.


  Cardiio empowers ordinary people with simple yet powerful tools to experiment, gain insight and take charge of their health and well-being.



Care at HandCare at Hand is a mobile-based electronic health records and workflow automation software for home health agencies. It allows for new participation by family members via an online protal. With increased efficiency, agencies will be able to retain and attract new customers at a high rate.


ChickRxChickRx is a healthy living community and marketplace for young women. Young women are preoccupied with health and wellness (diet, weight, birth control, STDs, mental health, skin, etc.) but existing health sites are clinical and target everyone or only target moms.


Cognitive Health Innovations provides an online environment to help people address mental health issues and achieve personal growth goals using scientifically validated psychotherapeutic techniques and structured social interactions.


DocphinDocphin is the Bloomberg for doctors. Docphin is a platform that offers personalized medical news and research. In an environment that includes over a thousand medical journals with content that is increasingly complex and fragmented, physicians have grown tired of searching for relevant news.

Docphin was created to solve the “find” problem which has challenged physicians for decades. Docphin’s platform enables users to easily personalize the news and research that matters to them most.


EpiMDEpi.MD is creating a dynamic, social population management tool that’s designed to help medical providers manage their patient population, disseminate information about new health care trends, and take immediate action to improve the health of their patients.


GetMyCareGetMyCare is a home health care marketplace that helps families find high quality caregivers at the lowest cost. Caregivers on our network range from non medical home care aides to physical therapist to licenced registered nurses.


HealthRallyHealthRally is a crowdfunding platform that lets friends and family motivate one another to achieve health goals with money and rewards. Think KickStarter for personal health motivation.


Helpful Systems is building an analytics system to predict and identify patients who are most at-risk for developing a hospital-acquired infection based on patient demographics and behavior patterns, hospital staff behavior patterns, and hospital logistics.


NephosityNephosity shares medical images on the iPad. Doctors have access to a patient’s medical images anywhere, anytime, and can collaborate with their colleagues.


Sano is developing a powerful mobile health monitoring product that will reveal new insights about stage zero care.


Senstore is a spin-out from Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program 2011. We are developing open innovation tools and a community of developers and entrepreneurs to catalyze innovation around sensor devices and applications.

Our long term vision is to crowdsource the development of a medical tricorder which will enable low cost medical diagnosis to be performed by anyone, from anywhere.


Sessions aims to unlock social by allowing people to share and discover exercise sessions around them. Think Meetup meets Foursquare for exercise.


Source: TechCrunch