The New York Digital Health Accelerator's $4.2 million startup-accelerator program is just one way the state is taking the lead in the push to use technology to streamline healthcare processes and cut costs. The accelerator gets its money from investors such as Aetna and the Partnership for New York City Fund, which was started by Henry Kravis, the billionaire co-founder of private-equity firm KKR & Co.
Billionaire Kravis backs mobile health startups
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