Digital health risk platform wins inaugural Brown-Lifespan pitch competition

PICTURED ARE the finalists for the inaugural Brown University-Lifespan Corp. Digital Health Pitch Competition, which was won by Dr. Rahul Vanjani, second from left on the bottom row, for Docs for Health, a digital platform intended to assess risk factors and improve overall health. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – A digital health platform that helps doctors identify and mitigate social risk factors rose to the top at an inaugural Brown University-Lifespan Corp. pitch competition. Docs for Health, led by primary care physician Dr. Rahul Vanjani of the Rhode Island Hospital Center for Primary Care, came away with the judge’s top honor, a…

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