The Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) awarded $150,000 to 14 startups on Friday in the finale of a multi-round entrepreneurial competition that began in January.
Singal and Barfield founded Anjna Patient Education in 2010 in order to break the cycle of preventable chronic disease. The organization aims to increase access to quality health education programs for underserved populations at free clinics.
Founded in May 2010 by Stanford undergraduates, Anjna is a student-run organization that develops and disseminates high-quality health education materials to free clinics around the Palo Alto area, as well as to other institutions across the country, including Cornell, Harvard and HEC Paris. The main focus is to establish health education infrastructure programs in free clinics where patients have one-on-one interactions with health educators.