Press release

Hoy Health Named a TechDiversity Accelerator Company by Nationally Recognized Tampa Bay Wave: Hispanics and Underserved Gain Access to Affordable Rx and Care

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Health LLC
announces that Tampa
Bay Wave
, an entrepreneurial hub helping tech companies advance
their businesses, has officially named Hoy Health among its 2019
selection of diverse companies for its TechDiversity Accelerator
program. Funded by the Nielsen Foundation, the program empowers tech
entrepreneurs that are 51 percent owned or operated by a minority,
woman, veteran or lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender person, or a
combination thereof, to build, launch, and grow their businesses into
successful ventures.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Hoy Health as one of the 11 companies to join
the second cohort in the TechDiversity Accelerator Program, powered by
the Nielsen Foundation,” said Linda Olson, Founder, President and CEO,
Tampa Bay Wave. “Hoy Health and its innovative solution to healthcare
products and services further outline just how disruptive our second
cohort is in the technology space. We’re looking forward to assisting
with the company’s growth throughout the program.”

Tampa Bay Wave plans to help at least 50 tech startups develop into
“fundable” ventures and enable at least five tech startups to reach
break-out success. According the Tampa Bay Wave spokesperson, this
year’s roster of companies comes from across the nation and encompasses
a slew of industries.

“We’re pleased to be part of this worthy program, which includes such a
diverse array of companies and comes on the heels of Hoy Health being
named one of the ‘Fierce 15’ for 2019 by the editors of Fierce
for the most innovative health care companies across the
United States,” says Mario Anglada, CEO, Hoy Health. “We were selected
based upon the value of our platform to offer underserved consumers,
including under- and underinsured Hispanics, with access to affordable
care, medications and chronic condition support programs that they can
purchase for themselves or their loved ones.”

Anglada says that the program will help Hoy Health to better serve
Hispanics and other underserved populations that not only face
healthcare barriers in the United States, but also experience
sub-optimal healthcare because of cultural and language differences.

“We focus on solutions to address these disparities by dramatically
streamlining access to quality health and wellness products, enabling
individuals to get low cost medications and helping them to better
manage chronic health conditions,” he concludes.

About Hoy Health

Hoy Health, LLC is a first-of-its-kind health-tech platform that
provides a comprehensive and integrated bilingual healthcare support
ecosystem to medically underserved patients offering solutions relative
to medication access, medication adherence, tele-health and chronic
condition management programs. Hoy Health was named by FierceHealthcare as
one of the top “Fierce 15” health companies of 2019. Visit
(“Hoy”, pronounced “oi”, is the Spanish word for “today”.)