Alliance Care Technologies (ACT), the value-based healthcare provider offering advanced technology and artificial intelligence solutions that solve the industry’s most pressing challenges, has joined Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem. ACT has been selected as one of only 16 startups invited to the latest cohort, and joins a growing community focused on accelerating Abu Dhabi’s position as a leading innovation hub.
The new startup cohort, which has already raised more than AED 231 million in funding, will have the opportunity to develop advanced technologies and gain access to the market, investment, and talent Hub71 provides. By joining Hub71, ACT will have the opportunity to engage with a broad ecosystem of investors, corporations, government, and academia partners that provide tech startups with the essential elements to grow and succeed in the UAE and abroad, while also benefiting from Hub71’s accelerator program and a new range of flexible incentives.
Michele Tarnow, Founder and CEO of Alliance Care Technologies, commented: “We are honoured to be selected as part of Hub71’s latest cohort, and excited to discover how we can work together with other founders to achieve our goals. By joining Hub71, we will gain access to Abu Dhabi’s innovation ecosystem with opportunities to scale and facilitate knowledge exchange. This is an unparalleled opportunity for ACT. Our team can’t wait to get started.”
In 2021, ACT was selected as one of the winners of The Outliers, Hub71’s annual program designed for tech startups worldwide to solve real industry challenges, whereby the company won the Department of Health Challenge – Abu Dhabi (DoH) challenge for its early pathogen detection solution to empower frontline healthcare workers to stop pathogen spread early on and prevent epidemics and pandemics in the future. ACT is currently working to scale up a proof of concept in Abu Dhabi with the support of DoH.
ACT is driven to enable universal access to healthcare that enhances the patient experience, streamlines administrative processes, manages costs, and ultimately, improves healthcare outcomes.