Your product will compete on:
- how FHIR enables your concept to work
- how innovative your idea is
- the business value your product offers
The three pillars for DevDays are: education, sharing of ideas and networking. Don’t miss this opportunity to rub shoulders with the people from Google, Microsoft, Epic, Cerner and many other giants in healthcare and FHIR! This is a great opportunity to learn FHIR, network with the community, validate and market your idea, and get implementation advice.
The startup track is limited to 5 companies. Two attendees per company will be accepted for the startup track, so don’t delay! If you don’t make it, you can always come as a regular event attendee.
All applications will be reviewed on the following criteria:
Company details: year of establishment; size; description; address
Product / App details: live (yes/no); description
Reason for application
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Redmond, WA.
Apply before May 1, 2019 by sending an email.
Applicants receive the results of the evaluation on May 8th.
The Startup Track will run for the entire day on Tuesday. We’ll start with a briefing in the morning, afterwards you are encouraged to attend the morning sessions, have lunch, and then work on your product in the afternoon. The product pitches (5 minutes each) and prize awards will wrap up our time in the venue and then we’ll all head for the night out!
The cost for the Startup Track is $300.- per person for the Tuesday. If you’d like to attend all 3 days of DevDays and not just the Startup Track, it is $1,395.- per person (regular fees are $1,995.- and $2,295.-, depending on the date of registration).
Track lead Vadim Peretokin will be on hand to assist you and answer any questions!
For any questions regarding the Startup Track, send us an email.