Top 12 Healthcare Technology Start-ups To Know

 Top 12 Healthcare Technology Start-ups To Know


Healthcare technology has the potential to revolutionize healthcare, but there are still so many companies working towards this goal. The latest wave of startups is helping change how doctors and patients interact with one another, which could make a huge difference in the lives of people who need health care. Here are twelve healthcare technology startups that you should know about:


 Kyruus is a healthcare technology company that helps hospitals improve patient outcomes.

Kyruus was founded in 2017 and is based in San Francisco, California. The company has raised $8.5 million in funding from investors such as Andreessen Horowitz, Shasta Ventures, Founders Fund, and more.


Media is a healthcare information technology company that uses data to help improve patient care. They offer software for physicians and hospitals to help them improve their clinical practices, including patient experience management, population health management, and electronic medical records (EMR).

Their products include:

Mediware – EMR platform used by healthcare providers to manage patients in an interconnected way across various settings such as clinics and hospitals. It allows providers to track outcomes of care at each step of the journey from diagnosis through discharge or follow-up visits based on what’s best for each individual patient rather than just following prescribed guidelines alone;

Medicant – An end-to-end solution that helps organizations capture different types of medical images, such as MRIs or CT scans, into evidence-based decisions based on algorithms powered by artificial intelligence;

Health Catalyst

Health Catalyst is a cloud-based platform that helps healthcare organizations improve their financial performance and improve the care they provide. The company’s software helps providers manage data, improve clinical and financial outcomes, and drive collaboration across the enterprise.Health Catalyst provides tools for providers to manage data, improve clinical and financial outcomes, and drive collaboration across the enterprise.

Vitalize Health

Vitalize Health is a health technology company that helps healthcare providers improve patient outcomes by improving the quality of care. The Vitalize Health platform provides a comprehensive, holistic view of the patient and their care.

The company’s technology platform includes an advanced analytics engine that analyzes electronic health records (EHRs) for patterns and trends, allowing it to identify areas where changes can be made in order to improve outcomes or lower costs.

One Drop

One Drop is a diabetes management app that helps users manage their diabetes by tracking blood sugar levels, medication, and diet. The app also provides personalized recommendations to help users manage their disease. One Drop works on Apple devices, such as iPhones and iPads, as well as Android phones and tablets.


Artery’s is a cloud-based platform for building and managing data-driven applications. The company’s suite of tools helps healthcare organizations improve clinical and financial outcomes by analyzing data, making predictions, and improving decision-making.

Artery’s’ artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms can be used to predict patient outcomes based on pre-existing medical conditions or symptoms; it can also help clinicians make decisions about medication treatment. The company’s machine learning algorithms analyze anonymized patient data in real time to identify trends that would enable physicians to make better diagnosis choices or prescribe more effective treatments without having access to traditional sources like lab results or test results which may take longer than what people want right now because they’re busy working so hard at work but still want some time off here and there when we have free time just relax with friends do something fun like go shopping eat out to eat good food get healthy exercise meet new people hangout enjoy ourselves laugh talk about our lives.

Redbrick Health

Redbrick Health is a platform that helps healthcare organizations improve the quality of care and lower costs. The company’s software helps payers, providers, and patients work together to make better decisions about care.

Redbrick Health was founded by former CFOs from Med Assets and Health Intent, along with an advisory board made up of investors like Andreessen Horowitz co-founder Marc Andreessen

Personal Capital

Personal Capital is a financial management platform that helps you manage your money, investments, and retirement. The company’s software helps you track your spending and net worth so that it’s easier to make informed decisions when it comes to saving for retirement or buying a house.

Personal Capital was founded in 2011 by Dave Nelson as an investment research tool for individual investors. It was acquired by Fidelity Investments in 2013 for $1 billion dollars, which led to its current name: Personal Capital Fiduciary Management LLC (formerly known as Net Worth X).

Care Sync

Care Sync is a technology company that is focused on improving the lives of patients with chronic diseases by providing a platform for data collection, analysis, and sharing.The company’s software platform helps patients and physicians better manage chronic conditions.

Cast light Health

Cast light Health is a healthcare technology company that provides healthcare data analytics to providers, payers, and patients. Founded in 2008 by CEO Scott Stiffler and CTO Vijay Nozari, Cast light has grown to more than 400 employees across 12 offices worldwide. It now offers a cloud-based platform that helps physicians make better decisions about patient care through real-time access to vast amounts of clinical data. Cast light’s investors include General Catalyst Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, and Sequoia Capital, among others.[2] The company raised $200 million in funding in 2015 at a valuation of around $900 million[3].


Fitbit is a wearable technology company that makes fitness trackers, smartwatches, and other devices that encourage healthy living. Fitbit’s wearable devices are designed to help you track your daily activity levels, monitor your sleep patterns and nutrition intake, or even keep tabs on how much time you spend sitting down each day. For example: if you own an Apple Watch or other smartwatch with a heart rate sensor built-in, it will show real-time data about how many calories burned during the workout session if this information is available on your smartphone app (Fitbit Health). If not available from one source, then another—such as Strava Running GPS App—you can still use both apps together by pairing them via Bluetooth connection between the phone/tablet device & watch itself.

These startups are helping shape healthcare for the better.

These startups are helping shape healthcare for the better. They’re changing the way we do things, making them more accessible and affordable, and even improving our lives in meaningful ways.

We’ve compiled this list of the top 12 healthcare technology startups to help you find some new favourites to add to your list of must-haves in your business or personal life.


We hope these start-ups have inspired you to think about how they can change healthcare for the better. Health technology is an exciting field, and we’re excited to see what comes next!


Robin Williams

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