accellerated startup growth & network program

A program designed for health-related companies on business and branding to enhance access into health systems.


July 5th - 26th, 2022
Every Tuesday


4 weeks, Online & In-Person (Atlanta, Ga) 2-3 hours per week. 6:30pm -8pm

program fee

$1200 or get $250 off with a qualified referral. *Flexible payment available
*Special group enrollment pricing


We're helping 100 Minority Healthcare Companies Sustain!

We are committed to helping 100 minority-owned health tech companies connect with systems and sustain in underserved communities. 

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The highest percentage of growth than any minority group!

African Americans own approximately 28.5% of businesses in the Health Care sector, the highest percentage of any minority group..
  • Minority-Owned Small to Mid Sized Business
  • Using innovative health & medical technology 
  • Targeting an underserved market
  • Aligning with B.O.S.S. Health primary areas of interest or affiliations 
  • Medical Device & Equipment
  • BioTech
  • Diagnostic Devices
  • Health IT
  • Digital Health
  • Consumer Health & Wellness
  • Healthcare Technology
  • Health Data Science
  • Physician Entrepreneurs
  • Health-Related Social Entrepreneurs
  • Business must be in operation for at least two years
  • Minimum of $10,000 in revenue in the most recent fiscal year 
  • Business must have a minimum of two team members. (Team members include: long-standing contractor, intern or W-2 employee.
  • Business must be providing a health-related solution.


  • Effectively communication with physicians and other healthcare professionals
  • How to connect with your target market to build your user or vendor database
  • Automating business processes to increase efficiency
  • Inability to monetize aspects of their business and/or identify additional revenue streams
  • Length: 1.5 hours for 4 weeks on Tuesdays
  • Time: 6:30pm - 8:15pm
  • Digital Registration Available
  • Atlanta In-Person Location by Invitation Only

Why you NEED this workshop

With a pandemic, shifting healthcare delivery models, and an influx of clinical content, we provide the skills needed to build a sustainable business.  Apply for the B.O.S.S. Health workshop if your company:

Meet The Instructors

All of B.O.S.S. Health instructors have a specialist with real-world experience. 

Bridget Joy

Founder Design Show 

B.O.S.S. Health Branding & Social Specialist

Bridget has experience in healthcare management, surgery coordination, private practice administration, as well as patient care. Additionally, she has over a decade of experience in commercial and government design and branding. She aspires to become a global leader in connecting innovations to the people who need it most.​

Terrence Hight, Jr., MBA

Founder Hight Health

B.O.S.S. Health Operations & Strategy Specialist

Terrence has over a decade of experience in healthcare operations, revenue cycle, and technology. Terrence has managed 6-figure healthcare technology projects across the country and raised capital for multiple healthcare startups. Most recently, Terrence served as a faculty member in the College of Nursing at Georgia State University. His goal is to provide access to care for underserved communities.  

Frank Jones, MD, MPH

Office of Clinical Education

Clinical Professor of Surgery

After a two-year stint in private practice, Dr. Jones joined the Morehouse School of Medicine faculty at Grady Memorial Hospital where he practiced surgery for 16 years. He achieved the rank of associate professor of clinical surgery and served as clerkship director.