From Pokitdok to AliveCor, from Cake Health to Rock Health, female founders are emerging in the health tech space.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
In a recently released infographic, Rock Health reported that young women practicing medicine are more likely to shoulder the obligations of child and family care. They are also likely to face obstacles like self-confidence issues, time constraints and inability to connect with senior leadership. Education and skills are not often seen as obstacles.
Working with big biotech brands including AmGen, Genentech, and Biogen, Michaeline focused on educating physicians on the use of new drugs and therapeutic treatments to enhance patient care.
By Sramana Mitra (Founder, One Million By One Million)
The world of healthcare is complicated. And as more healthcare organizations adopt cloud technologies, electronic health records and other digital mediums, the healthcare industry and, consequently, healthcare IT become more complicated, too.