It is the mission of TechSpring to accelerate innovation in healthcare informatics and technology, and build a vibrant innovation community of technologists and healthcare professionals in Springfield working together to solve the very real challenges of healthcare today.
To create a vibrant innovation community with companies of all sizes, entrepreneurs, developers and non-profits, interacting informally and formally to create change in healthcare through technology development, assessment and deployment.
What We Offer
TechSpring is an an authentic healthcare environment that leverages the full assets of a $2B integrated health system to overcome the barriers for technology innovation in healthcare. TechSpring offers the following services:
- TechSpring Projects: A proven pathway and process for technology companies to validate their health solutions in an real-life healthcare context. Learn more about the program or our process for executing innovation projects.
- TechSpring Insights: A community of healthcare professionals, leaders and patients eager to provide feedback and insight. Learn more about focus groups and customer development at TechSpring.
- Flexible work and event space for individuals or teams working in healthcare or technology. Learn more or request a tour.
- Informatics Innovation Platform to facilitate analytics development
2 min video of TechSpring's co-working and conference center location attractively located on Court Square in the very heart of Springfield, MA
TechSpring promo video: NTT Data creates proof points with TechSpring.
In partnership with Baystate Health, NTT Data explores tele-health to improve chronic care outcomes and reduce cost of care delivery.
Christian Lagier, Managing Director, impromptu description of the 'triple hit of working with TechSpring', referencing Sean Kelly, Chief Medical Officer, Imprivata.
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HealthcareIT News: EHR Optimization actually wins over physicians
Beckers Hospital Review: Baystate Health's TechSpring taps InterSystems for interoperability