Meet the next 10 Startups Joining Us in the Hive 2014

Today we introduce 10 more health-tech startups to join the many members of The Hive we’ve already announced. Be sure to join us at TEDMED 2014 this September 10-12 in Washington, DC, and San Francisco, CA where you’ll be able to meet these startups in person. The companies we introduce below use the web, mobile devices, and sensors in exciting and innovative ways – read more about them on TEDMED.com.


AssayDepotAssay Depot has created an online marketplace that connects buyers and sellers of research services making scientific innovation accessible for everyone.


ClinicalBoxClinicalBox creates software solutions for healthcare providers whose patients require complex, high-cost procedures and care that requires a high level of coordination and engagement.


EzDermEZDERM provides an iPad-powered solution for physicians and their staff to intuitively document patient visits via touch-based technology, anatomically accurate 3D body maps, and hand-writing + speech recognition.


HumanAPIHuman API’s universal health data platform collects and normalizes health data from any source, and allows developers to easily integrate it into any application.


LivelyLively enables older adults to remain independent, safe from falls and emergencies, all while staying connected to family and caregivers.


ManaMANA Nutrition is working to save the lives of those suffering from acute malnutrition by producing a ready-to-use therapeutic food, carefully formulated to provide a child’s basic nutritional needs.


MobileOCTMobileOCT transforms any camera into a powerful epithelial cancer discerning device, providing those with camera phones, but without access to medical facilities, life saving diagnoses.


OculogicaOculogica is developing eye-tracking-based technology to simplify detection of brain injury by assessing function of the nerves that move the eye and mediate vision


TickitShift Health Paradigms helps physicians to get freely answered and honest responses from their patients with their product “TickiT”, which relies on the power of personalized surveys and visually appealing data collection to collect information about health behavior.


Uberuber Diagnostics uses advanced medical electronics and cloud technology to deliver mobile diagnostic solutions that can significantly improve patient care in developing nations.

Also, catch our latest interview on the TEDMED Blog with the brilliant minds who curated the 2014 Hive. This week, meet Regis Kelly, Director of the California Institute for Science and Innovation known as QB3, which is comprised of more than 200 quantitative biologists who are converting discoveries into practical benefits for society.

Check back next week when we will introduce more of this year’s Hive startups.

– The TEDMED Team