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CVS Health Partners with 1776 Startup Community

Philadelphia, PA, February 6, 2020 – Today, 1776 announces their partnership with CVS Health. This collaboration will bring highly curated, innovative, health-focused programming to 1776’s entrepreneurial focused incubator and workspaces in the Philadelphia region.

“For many of us, health care can be difficult to navigate. Chronic disease continues to grow in prevalence and impact, while patients face complexities and fragmentation when seeking the right care. Improving health outcomes starts with transforming the consumer health experience, connecting with people in their communities,” says CVS Health’s, Katherine Yacko.

CVS Health has a vision of transforming the consumer health care experience, empowering patients to achieve better health outcomes through data-driven insights and innovative community-based retail health care and digital tools.

1776 is excited to partner with CVS Health to highlight startup companies working to create solutions to help people on their path to better health.

Together, 1776 and CVS Health will work to complement their knowledge centers to provide additional resources, experts and programming to support early stage startups in an effort to transform the healthcare industry. This partnership with CVS Health is forged from a common belief in the power of ideas, innovation, tech, conversation, and the empowerment of individuals to effectuate change.

About 1776
1776 transforms markets by curating communities of entrepreneurs and enterprises in flexible work environments. Our members gain access to a dynamic network and focused programming to provide the knowledge and resources necessary to spur innovation and solve complex challenges. With 8 campuses across 5 different states, we are the nation’s largest network of incubators. For more information, please visit and follow @1776 on Twitter and @1776vc on Instagram.

About CVS Health
Cited for being a “one-stop health shop,” CVS Health ranked number three on Fast Company’s 50 Most Innovative Companies list. Specifically, Fast Company highlighted CVS digital efforts, including app-based paper prescription scanning and medication reminders; new and expanded health care options for consumers such as hearing and vision services; healthier food choices in retail locations; and their 2014 ban on tobacco sales at CVS Pharmacy and subsequent smoking cessation program launch. Follow CVS Health @cvshealth on Twitter and @cvs-health on LinkedIn.


Melissa Rucci

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