MCALLEN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EmpiricaLab has been selected to participate in the Techstars Workforce Development Accelerator, a program focused on addressing the challenges of a modern dynamic labor market through innovative technologies.
The global digital health market is now estimated to grow to USD 1.5 trillion by 2030, driven primarily by increased demand and adoption for remote patient monitoring as well as access to virtual care services. However, worker shortages and burnout among the healthcare workforce continue to be a serious concern and despite ongoing efforts, organizations are not fully prepared to use data analytics and digital technologies to improve access and meaningfully improve patient experience.
“In the past decade, I’ve seen first-hand how advances in healthcare analytics and digital health technologies hold great potential for improving patient outcomes. But the advances we've made in technology will mean nothing if we don't invest in the teams that are charged with implementing and overseeing them," said Dr. Norma Padrón, founder and CEO of EmpiricaLab.
“There is clearly a sense of urgency from our partners and clients. That’s why we are excited to be part of the Techstars global network—it will help us accelerate our growth and reach.”
Participants in the Techstars Workforce Development Accelerator will receive mentor support from the Colorado startup community, the broader Techstars ecosystem, ZOMALAB, Strada Education Network, Colorado Thrives executives, and access to the companies’ market expertise and global connections.
For more information on the Techstars Workforce Development Accelerator, you can read here
EmpiricaLab is a flexible, team-centric learning platform that supports a new generation of digital skills and capabilities for data-related roles in healthcare. Designed from the ground up to support collaborative authoring, sharing, and peer-to-peer knowledge transfer, EmpiricaLab enables organizations to develop custom libraries of digital resources and connect with experts to build curricula for their teams.
To learn more about EmpiricaLab visit: https://www.empiricalab.com/ and follow @EmpiricaLab