The LuminaX Accelerator is delivered by Cohort Innovation Space in collaboration with the below program partners. We sincerely thank the organisations, local governments, mentors and industry groups who make LuminaX possible and help deliver crucial support to ten Australian HealthTech startups.


Through Economic Development Queensland, the Queensland Government have created Lumina, the 9.5h of development-ready land for sale in the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.

As landowner, master developer and planning authority, Economic Development Queensland are facilitating the development of Lumina over the next 10 to 15 years. 

LuminaX has been given a major boost with the VentureCrowd HealthTech Fund set to invest $50,000 in each of the ten startups who are accepted into the 2022 LuminaX Cohort. The fund will be managed by the VentureCrowd funds management team under VentureCrowd’s Australian Financial Services License and will be supported by venture capital, operations, investor relations and finance teams.

The Gold Coast is Australia’s largest regional city and offers unequalled lifestyle choices in an economy worth more than $38 billion, supporting over 630,000 people and over 70,000 businesses. The City of Gold Coast has a number of business support, investment and business attraction programs to support continued growth and new investment in the city.


Mater has been a leader in Queensland’s health sector for more than a century, combining its mission to provide compassionate patient care with its drive for excellence through innovation and research.

Their collective expertise across healtheducation and research enables Mater to deliver excellence in care, empowering Queenslanders to improve their health and quality of life.

IntelliHQ is a NFP dedicated to supporting clinical AI innovation and up-skill the healthcare workforce to interact with applied AI tools. IntelliHQ has a strong network across public and private healthcare, medtech, AI and data industry.

IntelliHQ’s purpose is to improve digital health outcomes, create opportunities for new jobs, attract entrepreneurs & investment, and achieve global recognition for innovation & commercialisation.

Bond University continues to be at the forefront of health education, with their Australian-first Healthcare Innovations Program strengthening postgraduates’ abilities to navigate research evidence, critically evaluate health systems, and use data and technology to identify sustainable innovations.

The Healthcare Innovations program offerings are designed and delivered by experienced educators, researchers and innovators within the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, the Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, and the Bond Business School.


3M Health Information Systems is committed to creating more time to care and leading the shift from volume to value-based care.

3M are closing the loop between clinical care and revenue integrity, by providing clinicians with real-time guidance for documentation integrity and using technology to accelerate documentation creation, while at the same time connecting the

downstream workflows for more a more efficient clinical documentation lifecycle.

With solutions for speech driven workflows, clinical documentation integrity (CDI) prioritisation and management, through to computer-assisted clinical coding (CAC) and performance monitoring, 3M’s automated and intuitive software can help reduce costs and provide more informed care.