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Smartphone Physical: Penn Med startup joins DreamIt Health Baltimore

Smartphone Physical, a mobile app toolkit for doctors that has Philly roots, joined DreamIt Health Baltimore's inaugural class, Technically Baltimore reported.

Penn med student Michael Hoaglin (right) screens a patient using a Smartphone Physical device.

Smartphone Physical, a mobile app toolkit for doctors that has Philly roots, joined DreamIt Health Baltimore‘s inaugural class, Technically Baltimore reported.

Smartphone Physical was cofounded by Penn medical school student Mike Hoaglin and Johns Hopkins medical school students Shiv Gaglani and Michael Batista. Gaglani is also the cofounder of DreamIt Health Philadelphia company Osmosis, which remained in Philly it completed the accelerator. He’ll be splitting his time between Philly and Baltimore, as he participates in the accelerator, he told us.

Companies: DreamIt Health

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