Just what the doctor ordered: The women leading the healthtech revolution

Dec 14, 2018 · standard.co.uk

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The future of healthcare is digital.

The health tech market in the UK is estimated to be worth around £2.9 billion this year and that figure is only set to grow.

Even the UK government is embracing health tech. When former DCMS minister Matt Hancock made the transition to Secretary of State for Health, he made it clear that if we want to save the NHS, we need to harness the power of technology.

At the forefront of this revolution are a handful of female-led companies making the change. From Ada Health, the doctor-approved app helping patients with diagnoses, to GTN which is using technology to speed up drug recovery, here’s what you need to know about the women leading the health tech charge.

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