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The Lowdown

Founded in 2019, The Lowdown is on a mission to transform women’s health, starting with contraception. Its contraceptive review platform has collected over 5,000 reviews on every method and brand of contraception in the UK. The site doubles as an online community, allowing women to report the different contraceptive methods they have tried and their …

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MedAll

MedAll is on a mission to solve this healthcare crisis by making great healthcare training more accessible to every healthcare professional, everywhere. It offers live and on-demand healthcare courses, conferences, workshops, webinars and sessions for (future) healthcare professionals, as well as a platform for healthcare organizations to host live and hybrid events — enabling them …

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Neucruit

Neucruit has developed intelligent software for clinical trial recruitment that redefines patient recruitment. Its technology aggregates real-time data from the over 25 million health-related conversations initiated online every day to facilitate planning and recruitment in clinical trials. Neucruit serves biopharmaceutical companies, site teams and investigators, helping them enhance site selection, optimize recruitment materials and reach …

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Zetta Genomics

University of Cambridge technology spin-out Zetta Genomics is a leader in large-scale genomic data management for precision medicine. It is employing big data technology and best practice security to leverage genomic data benefits while preserving data privacy. The company’s flagship offering, the XetaBase platform, is a genomic data management technology that powers the discovery and …

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Flo Health

Flo is one of the most popular women’s health apps globally. It uses Data Science and AI to support women during their entire reproductive lives and provide curated cycle and ovulation tracking, personalized health insights, expert tips, and a private community for women to share their questions and concerns. The app prioritizes safety and keeps …

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Doccla

Doccla is changing healthcare by building what it calls the virtual hospital ward. The company partners with caregivers to take patients out of hospitals and monitor them remotely using medical class IoT devices. As a result, Doccla enables early hospital discharge, while avoiding readmission and freeing up hospital capacity. Already, several NHS entities have selected …

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Vinehealth

Founded in 2018, Vinehealth has built an app applying behavioral science and AI to deliver highly personalized support for cancer patients at scale. The platform also acts as a channel through which patients can be remotely monitored by their clinicians as they provide feedback on symptoms and report any treatment side effects. On the other …

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Elvie

Elvie is a health and lifestyle brand developing smarter technology for women. The company’s first product, Elvie Trainer, is an award-winning app-connected Kegel trainer that helps women strengthen the pelvic floor via fun, five-minute workouts. Its second product, Elvie Pump, is the world’s first silent wearable breast pump, which is making it possible for new …

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Habitual

Habitual is a health tech startup that offers a weight loss program aimed at people with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. It combines evidence-based food replacement with digital (mobile) support to help people manage and even reverse the condition. For the food replacement product, Habitual worked with a product development consultancy that had previously done …

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Palta

Palta helps cofound and build companies but it isn’t a VC or an accelerator. Rather, it works as a cofounder for health and wellness startups, offering services such as financing (up to Series B), marketing guidance, access to professionals in tech and life science, in-house recruiting, and legal support. Palta in turn gets a 51% …

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Proximie

Founded by an NHS surgeon, Proximie aims to revolutionize the way surgeons work and educate through augmented reality guidance. Its secure, perioperative software solution expands surgical collaboration by enabling surgeons to share expertise using AR tools before, during and after surgery. Bringing together experts remotely, Proximie “pushes the boundaries of time and distance” for real …

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GiveVision

GiveVision provides innovative accessibility solutions to empower blind and visually impaired people into mainstream society, education, and employment, and to inspire increased social inclusion and ultimately equal opportunities for blind and visually impaired people. The company’s flagship product, SightPlus, is a wearable headset that can be used to magnify close-up or far-away objects, change the …

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Oxehealth

A spin-out from Oxford University’s Department of Engineering, Oxehealth’s technology can measure pulse & breathing rate and human activity & behavior using proprietary algorithms that harness deep learning, computer vision and signal processing techniques. In other words, Oxehealth enables a secure optical sensor to measure vital signs from right across a room. The company’s Digital …

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Oxford Medical Simulation

Oxford Medical Simulation delivers virtual reality medical simulation — training healthcare professionals to provide consistently world-class patient management without risking lives. The company has developed fast-paced, repeatable, real-life scenarios that can deliver consistently excellent, standardized clinical training to doctors and nurses to improve patient care. Using the latest virtual reality headsets, learners are immersed in …

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Cera

Founded in 2016, Cera Care (or just Cera) is a home care provider that has developed technology to provide high-quality, transparent care to hundreds of service users in the UK and Germany. It aims to enable people to live well in their own homes and communities, and is in that sense working closely with local …

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FitXR

FitXR aims to rewrite the rules of fitness through immersive technologies. To that end, the company is building the world’s first virtual gym where like-minded people can meet and experience a variety of the highest quality workouts, from boxing to yoga. Further, it will be fully accessible at home. The first component of this gym, …

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Medical Realities

Medical Realities offers medical training products, specializing in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. By doing so, the company is able to reduce the cost of medical training, reach a wider audience and provide a completely safe learning environment for doctors, surgeons and medical students. The Medical Realities Platform utilizes its unique Spatial Menu System and …

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Teslasuit

Teslasuit has developed what it says is the world’s first full-body haptic suit for VR and AR applications to serve as an interface between human and virtuality. It is a smart textile two-piece full bodysuit that consists of a jacket and trousers, made for a diverse range of enterprise applications and training solutions. In the …

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Virti

Growing fast: At the time of its Series A raise (June 2021), Virti said it has increased revenues by 978%.

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KareInn

KareInn helps care providers transform their service, making operations run more smoothly and improving resident health & wellbeing. The company’s digital care management SaaS offering includes smart mobile tools, and real-time alerts and insights that help reduce preventable risks, resolve escalated issues and coordinate better care operations. Said insights include things like weight loss, sleep …

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Birdie

Launched in 2017, Birdie has developed an AI-enabled platform that supports care providers with a suite of digital tools intended to reduce admin costs and makes it easier to manage the care being provided to individuals — doing away with the need for paper-based records, and enabling real-time visibility such as via carer check-ins and medication-related …

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Ultraleap

Formed when Leap Motion and Ultrahaptics came together in May 2019, Ultraleap brings together powerful 3D hand tracking with haptic technology able to create the sensation of touch in mid-air. The company’s products include Leap Motion Controller, an optical hand tracking module that captures the movements of your hands with unparalleled accuracy; Leap Motion VR …

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Oxford VR

A spin-out from Oxford University, Oxford VR is developing VR-based clinically validated, cost-effective, user-centered mental health treatments that are faster and more effective than traditional treatments, while significantly lowering the cost to health providers. Oxford VR’s first product, an automated VR treatment for psychosis, was tested in a large randomized controlled trial, with the results …

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FundamentalVR

Created by a team of VR, haptic specialists and surgical training experts – FundamentalVR is the company behind Fundamental Surgery, a SaaS platform that combines VR with cutting-edge haptics and AI to create a low-cost and scalable flight simulator experience for trainee and qualified surgeons. Said platform creates an authentic environment complete with real-time feedback …

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Digipharm

Digipharm combines industry expertise and blockchain to “pioneer the transformation of healthcare to a value-based approach.” As such, the company dubs its offering as the first blockchain platform for value-based payments in healthcare. Since outcomes are used to define costs and prices, Digipharm uses blockchain to create a medical information infrastructure that enables all parties …

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Sweatcoin

It works: During the 10-week behavior change programme with the NHS, the average weight loss per participant was 1.1kg, with an average increase in walking of +45%. Over 85% of participants who started the programme, completed it.

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Medicalchain

Medicalchain uses blockchain technology to create a user-focused electronic health record whilst maintaining a single true version of the user’s data. The service enables the user to give healthcare professionals — such as doctors, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacists and health insurers — access to their personal health data, and then records interactions with this data in …

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CMR Surgical

CMR Surgical (Cambridge Medical Robotics) is developing the next-generation universal robotic system, called Versius, for minimal access or “keyhole” surgery. The company aims to make minimal access surgery universally accessible and affordable, transforming the existing market for surgical robotics and addressing the six million people who still undergo open surgery each year. Versius is dubbed …

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