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Top 10 healthcare startups to watch at Web Summit 2022

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Web Summit, held annually in Lisbon, Portugal, is the largest tech conference in the world. The first Web Summit was held in 2010 and attracted around 400 attendees. The event has since grown, and the 2022 conference has attracted over 70k people and companies who have flocked to hear talks from some of the world’s leading innovators.

Web Summit 2022 is taking place from November 1st to 4th at Altice Arena. It features more than 2000 startups, 1000+ investors, and 300 partners, and brings more than 900 speakers from around the world to the podium.

Undoubtedly, Web Summit is the event that gives startups their first opportunity to showcase their businesses on a global stage. The schedule offers a range of activities designed to help startups make their mark, from mentoring to pitching projects and making great business connections.

Content:

  1. What’s there for healthcare?
  2. 10 standout startups hitting Web Summit 2022
  3. This is just the beginning

Top 10 healthcare startups to watch at Web Summit 2022

What’s there for healthcare?

The range of industries represented by this year’s startups covers all human and business needs. At NERDZLAB, we chose to take a special look at healthcare, as it’s an industry that’s constantly evolving yet has some clear trends which are getting stronger each year. What’s more, we’re seeing startups coming up with innovative new technologies that they believe will transform the way we think about health.

A key trend is a rising emphasis on patient self-awareness and emotional health monitoring as a means to better manage mental health conditions. The use of wearable devices will help with this.

As a result, startups are trying to improve user experience through automation and artificial intelligence. This drive looks set to continue in the next couple of years, with startups focusing on helping people manage anxiety and depression with wearable devices.

Another ongoing trend is using technology to make healthcare services more accessible. This is not just about giving people insurance or making care more affordable; it’s also about ensuring patients can access quality care when needed. This means working with telehealth providers and building apps that link patients with doctors via video chat, text messaging, and other forms of communication.

All of these trends are represented in the startups we’ve covered in this review. What’s more, all ten startups in our list prove that healthcare software development services have already gone beyond routine automation of common healthcare tasks.

Top 10 healthcare startups to watch at Web Summit 2022

10 standout startups hitting Web Summit 2022

XUND

XUND is a digital health company offering an AI-powered diagnostic app and an API for developing digital health assistants for patients, doctors, and companies. The app asks patients medical-related questions; assesses their symptoms and personal risks; identifies causes, possible health issues, and problematic zones; and suggests appropriate treatment plans. 

Hedepy

Hedepy is a Czech-based web platform that enables patients to self-manage their mental health. The solution aims to improve access to mental healthcare while allowing patients to manage their condition and seek help when they need it. It connects patients and therapists through an online platform for individual or couple online therapy via scheduled video calls.  

Leeaf

Leeaf is a fertility treatment platform that works both for doctors and patients. Physicians can use its data-driven decision support to select treatment and deliver IVF treatment recommendations based on individual patient information. Patients get a secure place to record, track, and share their fertility-related data. They also receive a personalized treatment plan, fertility guide, nutrition advice, and lifestyle tips. 

MySense

MySense makes intelligent devices that help remotely monitor elderly and disabled people and their conditions at home. MySense devices are designed using AI technology and have seven distributed sensors that can detect even the most subtle changes in a user’s vital signs. The device then alerts caregivers or family members of the user’s need for assistance. 

PremedGo

Digital health company PremedGo provides tools to help people manage their health and wellness. The company offers an AI-powered platform that allows users to track and manage their health and connect with healthcare providers. The startup is a part of a growing innovation industry in Ireland, where the government has prioritized investing in technology companies to boost the country’s economy.

FemTherapeutics Inc.

FemTherapeutics Inc. is a Canadian healthcare startup focused on pelvic and urinary health treatment for women. FemTherapeutics’ solution, FemPessos, is a customizable pessary for treating pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence. After physicians have carried out a physical examination, the company’s AI-based software processes the data and designs an individual pessary. After this, a 3D printer creates a reusable and removable device made of medical-grade silicon. 

Iyoni

Iyoni is a healthcare startup working to improve women’s health and self-awareness. The Iyoni app educates women on their fertility, increasing their chances of getting pregnant. It tracks cycles and fertility days, gives daily activity records, and provides personalized reports. All forecasts are made based on data collected from users, artificial intelligence technology, and the recommendations of a sound base of European doctors. 

KeyBrain

KeyBrain is an Italian-based platform that helps people manage their mental health via instant access to mental health services. The solution uses VR-powered technology to reduce work-related stress and anxiety. The startup partners with research and innovation institutions to offer companies and their employees a range of services for a better work-life balance.

DeHealth

DeHealth is a startup focused on developing an AI-powered platform for the decentralized storage, management, and monetization of medical data. The platform allows patients to store, access, and share their depersonalized medical data for contribution and reward through the medical blockchain. Meanwhile, healthcare providers can analyze and use the data for risk assessment and disease prevention. 

MISU

Ukrainian health tech startup MISU offers a Big Data-powered virtual assistant for patients. MISU’s associated wearable device measures a user’s vital signs, assesses complications and risks, and prevents diseases by notifying patients and doctors and prescribing recommendations on treatment. The virtual assistant helps users with various tasks related to healthcare management, such as scheduling appointments and ordering prescriptions. It also provides feedback on their progress toward achieving specific healthcare goals.

This is just the beginning

At NERDZ LAB, we’ve been excited to see how the healthcare startup space is growing and where it’s headed in the near future. And there’s so much yet to come!

If you have a great idea and want to be among those who are changing the health industry for the better, drop us a line and let’s do something great together.