Founders have traditionally tended to block out conversations about wellbeing and hide their struggles as they focus desperately on building their business.
Founded by 24 year old medical student and ex-cancer patient Nikhil Autar, the Sydney startup was born out of both Autar’s own experiences while sick, and those of friends he lost to illness.
For nib, the development of the AI solution was done hand in hand with the frontline staff whose jobs one might assume it could put in jeopardy.
MyMedKit was founded with the aim of simpiifying healthcare. As founder Joe Zhou put it, “People should be able to access medicines while sick at home with a touch of a button.”
The government’s announcement of a $3.6 million package to support the mental health of small business owners has been welcomed by the business community.
HotDoc has raised $5 million in a Series B funding round led by Right Click Capital, with participation from existing backers including AirTree Ventures.
The program for chronic stroke patients with hand/arm mobility issues has the potential to reduce the cost & physical barriers.
An aspect of hospital TV dramas that’s somewhat true to life is staff relying on pagers as a key mode of communication. Medtasker wants to update this.
So much emphasis is placed on the financial impact of failure, we can forget the human impact – the impact on both founders and on the teams they lead.
MedCorp Technologies has developed a wearable to bridge a communication gap between doctors and patients
After seeing a close friend’s battle with cancer, Jacqui Savage decided she had the background and skills to try to do something she hopes will save lives.
Healthtech app Be A Looper aims to help those suffering from depression easily check in with their support loop
Be A Looper works by allowing each user to add up to five people to their support ‘Loop’. Users check in daily with a rating of how they’re feeling on a scale of one to five, with others in their loop also checking in.
Matt Berriman, CEO of high-flying adtech startup Unlockd, has announced he is stepping down as chief of the company to look after his mental health.
With a focus on regional areas, telehealth startup Lysn connects people to vetted psychologists for video consultations
Looking to address both the stigma around mental health and the dearth of mental health professionals outside the major cities, Lysn is a telehealth service connecting patients to vetted psychologists.