Viveo Health, a global trusted e-health company, has been selected for the Mastercard Lighthouse MASSIV program. Trusted by thousands of health professionals in over 40 countries around the world, Viveo Health has been chosen for the program because of its high impact potential and ability to scale sustainable partnerships.
Unlike traditional accelerators and corporate innovation programs, Lighthouse MASSIV is free and focused primarily on helping impact companies achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals by scaling globally. By partnering with startups that have a high potential to improve the prosperity and security of the planet, the program aims to help one billion people live more prosperous and secure lives by 2025.
Raul Källo, Founder and CEO – Viveo Health said, “As all our actions have always been focused on bringing healthcare to 1 billion people, we are deeply honored and humbled to be part of Mastercard Lighthouse MASSIV, a partnership that will certainly help people around the globe get better access to healthcare”
Viveo Health is one among the five other companies that has been selected for the spring class and will be supported by advisors from a.o. Swedbank, Danske Bank, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Synch and Nordic Impact Funds. The Estonia-based e-health provider has the purpose to make healthcare accessible to everyone with its complete virtual clinic for doctors. In India, as we witness a reforming trend in the adoption of digital healthcare services, Viveo Health is committed to provide world-class telemedicine solutions to the Doctors and Healthcare professionals.
Lighthouse MASSIV is an open innovation program that combines proven elements from the Lighthouse Program and applies them to fields beyond fintech. Lighthouse is Mastercard’s open innovation initiative dedicated to creating partnerships between fintechs and banks. The program balances collaboration and competition in its ultimate goal of helping incumbent players bring fintech innovation to the market. Lighthouse MASSIV leverages this “partnership incubation model” and uses it to pursue social impact initiatives beyond fintech.