Healthcare and Life Sciences Entrepreneurial Product Development Immersion for New Technologies and Solutions Program (L-SPRINT)
The Healthcare and Life Sciences Entrepreneurial Product Development Immersion for New Technologies and Solutions (L-SPRINT) Program is designed for healthcare providers and scientists with an interest in generating, developing, and commercializing ideas and inventions (such as healthcare delivery, digital health, devices, and drug development). L-SPRINT targets areas of life science and medical need that have been difficult for commercialized breakthrough (e.g., addiction, cancer) to examine novel approaches to innovation, tech transfer and commercialization. This program prioritizes health equity in venture solution development, empowering participants to increase the pipeline for more equitable products and services, and serve communities inclusively.
Babson Health Sector Entrepreneurial Leadership Program (H-SEL)
The Babson Health Sector Entrepreneurial Leadership Program (H-SEL) is designed for a diverse group of owners and leadership teams of new healthcare and life science ventures. Through a specialized curriculum, case studies, and experiential learning, H-SEL helps scale early-stage ventures, focusing on creating economic and health equity value simultaneously. Participants learn and develop best practices for communicating their technologies and solutions, while increasing their overall entrepreneurial thinking, decision making, and leadership capabilities.
Lead with Health Data Analytics
The Lead with Health Data Analytics program is a leadership program designed for a consortium of health tech startups and healthcare practices to provide insights based on AI and in-depth interviews with the practices to propel their businesses and professional growth. This virtual analytics and insights sharing platform consists of analytic support to health tech startup participants and quarterly (or semi-annual) half-day consortium summits where insights from those analyses will be shared to healthcare practices.