The beauty pioneer that reinvented itself and the industry through technology
Digital healthcare company KRY has offered a potential solution to one of the most prominent growing challenges and politically relevant topics in the Swedish welfare economy: provision of equitable and high-quality healthcare provision.
Mirror looks like a winner. It is disrupting the home fitness landscape and is poised to impact the healthcare, education, and social media landscapes to name a few.
Sweat became the number one most downloaded fitness app in the world by using the power of digitalization and social media to create a loyal community and clearly winning in this highly fragmented market.
In the US, rising prescription drug costs have left many Americans struggling to afford their medications. GoodRx seeks to reduce the cost burden of prescription drugs.
Software is eating the world, and some healthcare appointments are on the menu. Would you rather get your birth control or erectile dysfunction drugs from a clinic visit, or by texting a doctor through an app?
By applying a technology business model to the healthcare industry, One Medical has successfully aligned incentives of different parties to become a clear winner in digital health.
Combining data analytics and healthcare raises interesting questions of ethics. In a context where consumer data are an increasingly valuable currency globally and concerns for individual privacy becomes widespread, what is 23andMe’s situation?
Swedish telemedicine startup KRY connects the right doctor with the right patient at the right time.
Ambulnz, Inc. is developing proprietary technology that helps hospital facilities, nursing homes and patients order an Ambulance more easily and efficiently.