SEG sees increased demand for Health and Wellness Accelerator program

ACCELERATOR PITCH: ­Jayanthi Narasimhan, CEO of WatchRx Inc., which began as a wearable-device startup selling watches designed to help aging parents live independently and to better manage medications and health conditions remotely, speaks during the 2017 Health and Wellness Accelerator Pitch Event at Social Enterprise Greenhouse in Providence.
 / COURTESY SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE
ACCELERATOR PITCH: ­Jayanthi Narasimhan, CEO of WatchRx Inc., which began as a wearable-device startup selling watches designed to help aging parents live independently and to better manage medications and health conditions remotely, speaks during the 2017 Health and Wellness Accelerator Pitch Event at Social Enterprise Greenhouse in Providence.
 / COURTESY SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE
Since founding SimplaFYI in North Kingstown in July 2016, Kathleen Repoli has seen her integrative care company grow from a provincial health care network to one with an expanding nationwide footprint. The “year-over-year growth,” said Repoli, includes increases in local membership among employers, primary care groups, higher education institutions and two Washington state-based health care…

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