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The Healthtech Podcast covers the latest in health and technology through interviews with disruptive healthtech startups and leaders. Whether you’re a patient, founder, investor or simply interested in healthtech, The Healthtech Podcast has it covered. 🌍 Listeners in 120 countries. 🎙 2 new episodes every week. 🗣 Hosted by Dr James Somauroo. www.jamessomauroo.com | www.somx.co.uk
 
The Healthtech VC, hosted by Dr Fiona Pathiraja, features conversations with ambitious startups, outstanding investors and visionary leaders in the healthtech space. Fiona is Managing Partner at Crista Galli Ventures, a pan-European, healthtech-specific VC fund investing in early stage companies building the future of healthcare. www.cristagalli.com
 
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This week, James is joined by Vishaal Virani, a doctor by background now working in digital health. After spending a couple of years in the NHS Vishaal spent some time in healthcare strategy consulting. He then moved into digital health, working at Ada Health, an AI-powered symptom assessment technology. He is now developing digital health innovati…
 
This week’s guest is Dr Ben Evans, Managing Partner at InHealth Ventures. InHealth Ventures is an early stage healthtech fund investing at seed and series A, both in the US and Europe. Ben discusses his career from medicine to venture capital via management consulting at McKinsey, a stint at a startup and being an operations manager in the NHS. He …
 
Mymee Dyhrenberg, is CEO of Mymee. Mymee is changing lives with a patient- and data-centric approach to tackling autoimmune disease, based on helping people identify their unique individualized triggers. The results of their new clinical study in lupus patients was just published in JMIR - showing clinically significant and meaningful improvements …
 
Is your workplace invested in your health and wellness? Tom Bosna is the co-founder of Well Workplaces and owner of Pinnacle Health Group Australia. He is a former physiotherapist turned health business owner, and an industry leader of workplace wellbeing with a vision for a world where workplaces lead and create healthier communities. Over the pas…
 
Can a doctor be a software developer solving workflow problems while caring for patients? Josh Case is an Australian junior doctor and software developer. He helps doctors to code and creates medical apps which benefit the healthcare system. He has a wealth of experience in programming websites, mobile apps, scripts, freelance work and several othe…
 
This week I'm joined again by Sina Habibi, co-founder and CEO of Cognetivity Neurosciences. He holds a PhD in Engineering from University of Cambridge and has experience in Ultra-precision Engineering, Nano-technology, product management, and high-tech consultancy. Sina was on the podcast a couple of years ago and has made awesome progress, pivotin…
 
Rebecca is a twenty-year veteran in the dental industry. She got into dentistry right out of high school when she began working as a steri-nurse. Rebecca then worked her way up and has been a practice manager working with Heath for the last ten years. She is passionate about the business side of dentistry, including patient care. A big part of her …
 
Dr Harro Stokman is CEO & Founder of Kepler Vision Technologies, an Amsterdam-based health-tech start-up which uses artificial intelligence to look after the well-being of humans at night through vision-based body language recognition software. Kepler Vision's mission is to make the job of nurses operating in elderly care homes less stressful and m…
 
Klaus Bartosch is the managing director, CEO and co-founder of 1st Group. His involvement in the technology industry spans over thirty years. Prior to starting 1st Group, Klaus worked at another ISX listed business; Hostworks, whose customers were all the major online companies in the country. Klaus had the opportunity to see so many companies move…
 
What does the medical business of the future look like in Australia? In this episode, Pete sits down with Adele Creighton and Rebecca Grover from the health division of Macquarie Bank. Adele and Rebecca partner with healthcare professionals and support their personal and business banking needs. In this episode Rebecca and Adele discuss the themes c…
 
On this week's Sunday Session, we're asking the question: why has remote monitoring failed? The technology has been around for years, so why isn't remote monitoring ubiquitous across healthcare right now? Are poor quality signals and lack of good-enough AI the answer? My guest is Elina Naydenova. Elina is a biomedical & AI engineer, with a PhD in M…
 
This week, James is joined by Geoff von Maltzahn, CEO and co-founder at Tessera Therapeutics. Tessera is an early-stage biotech start-up that launched this summer with $50M in financing to pioneer a new category in ‘gene writing.’ Going even further than CRISPR, Tessera’s gene writing technology presents the potential to cure genetic disorders, can…
 
NetHealth; empowering patients through remote monitoring Vidya Nallamad is the CEO and co-founder of NetHealth. She has worked in the software industry for 16 years, including time with GE and Phillips Medical Systems in project management roles. From her days in university; mum, sister, and wife Vidya has been passionate about NetHealth. Even thou…
 
This week’s guest is Stine Mølgaard Sørensen who is cofounder and COO of Radiobotics, an award-winning deep tech radiology AI startup based in Copenhagen in Denmark. As one of the newest companies in the Crista Galli Ventures portfolio, we are excited to have Stine on the show to share all things Radiobotics. Stine discusses her background in globa…
 
Improve your financial health to achieve your financial goals. Luca Guerra has an extensive background in residential and commercial banking across some of Australia's biggest banks and across NAB and the Westpac group with the bank of Melbourne. In 2018 he moved into finance broking and founded Introjuce Health, where he currently is the CEO. Luca…
 
This week on my Sunday Session I'm joined by Mimi Billing Senior reporter at @siftedeu. Mimi writes about European health-tech and innovation in the Nordics. Previously at @didigital_se. Get in Touch with Mimi: @MimiBilling on Twitter Subscribe to Healthtech Pigeon 🐦: www.healthtechpigeon.com Get in touch: www.jamessomauroo.com | www.somx.co.uk…
 
Antony Condina is the CEO of GD Pharma and a partner in Green Dispensary Compounding. He is an expert in regulatory requirements of medicines, production, and a big advocate for the use of leading technology to enhance quality and safety benchmarks in the space. Antony is a pharmacist, entrepreneur, and an innovator who has been involved in the dev…
 
This week I'm joined by Arturo Sanchez, founder and CEO of Sofia, a Mexican competitor to European digital health platforms, taking aim at the Mexican health insurance and primary care sectors. In the $65bn USD Mexican healthcare sector, 91% of private spending is paid out of pocket, with too many people forced to pay extraordinary costs for care a…
 
Planet Innovation wants to help you achieve commercial success in healthcare. Sam Lanyon is the co-CEO and co-founder of Planet Innovation. He is an innovative and strategic business leader with significant experience in strategy, sales, and operations, and he has a successful track record in the global commercialisation of technology-rich products…
 
Will Egan is the Chief Strategic Officer of Ausmed. Will holds advisory and board roles with a number of global consumer and enterprise technology companies. His goal in life is to help Australia build better global companies. Will has a background in technology for building software and ensuring that the products reach the end-user and get used at…
 
My Sunday Session this week is with Martin Blinder, CEO and founder of Tictrac (a leading health engagement company). In this podcast Martin gives us his top tips for entrepreneurs. You can listen to his full chat with me on episode #170. Get in touch with Martin: https://tictrac.com/ Subscribe to Healthtech Pigeon 🐦: www.healthtechpigeon.com Get i…
 
Dr Padma Gadiyar is a dentist, speaker, multi-site practice owner, artificial intelligence enthusiast, and healthcare consultant to the dental and medical industries. She is the founder and CEO of Smilo.ai. Padma is the author of the book Buy, Build, Sell, and she has been in Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, Digital Journal, The Times, Internationa…
 
Martîn Blinder is the CEO and founder of Tictrac. Tictrac is a personalized digital health and wellness platform designed to empower individuals to take greater control of their wellbeing. Martîn recently appeared on Sky News to discuss the increased demand in HealthTech tools and why now is a pivotal moment for health and wellbeing. He believes th…
 
Combating prostate cancer, one video consult at a time. Eric Lekie, originally from Canada, now resides in Australia and is co-founder of Online Prostate Physiotherapy. He holds a doctorate in physiotherapy and completed post-graduate training in male pelvic floor physiotherapy. Eric is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Teleh…
 
Dr Neha Tanna is a VC Investment Partner at Social Starts and Joyance Partners. Neha has had a very diverse portfolio career, starting off in medicine as a GP before moving into pharmaceutical medicine and biotech investing and then onto entrepreneurship and VC via an MBA at London Business School. Neha talks about why she joined Social Starts and …
 
Bettina McMahon is Chair Of The Board of The Australasian Institute Of Digital Health, which is Australia's leading professional organisation in health informatics, and digital health. Bettina has held several senior leadership positions, including CEO and executive positions in national digital health organisations, the Australian Digital Health A…
 
On this weeks Sunday Session I'm joined by Mala Mawkin, Head of Market Development at pain management start-up Cellen. Cellen launched the UK's first online chronic pain clinic. Mala was featured on Forbes 30 Under 30, Vogue UK 10 Rising Female Stars 2018 and Women of the Future UK Awards Finalist 2019.Get in touch with Mala: www.malamawkin.comSubs…
 
What are the tools we need today for a future that delivers more value in healthcare for patients and the system? Tim Kelsey is the former CEO of the Australian Digital Health Agency, and HIMSS Executive. He is now CEO of Pacific Knowledge Systems (PKS) and caught up with Pete to talk about digital health in Australia and across the world. They cov…
 
Rudy Benfredj is co-founder and CEO at Mendelian. Mendelian aim to help doctors diagnose rare diseases faster using their MendelScan software. Rudy is a Computer Scientist graduated from Imperial College London with a degree in Engineering during which he worked under the supervision of Dr. Aldo Faisal in the bioengineering faculty and Prof. Marek …
 
What is the future of population health management in Australia? In this episode, Pete chats with Edweana Wenkart, Managing Director of Pen CS. Pen CS facilitates data sharing of over 22 million patient records per month across Australia, and this year was awarded as the Australian Digital Health Agency Innovation Challenge winner for the ‘Outbreak…
 
How can we reduce cognitive overload for frontline health workers? In this episode, Dr. Rhonda Collins and Andrea Leverett from Vocera take a deep dive into topics like: What is cognitive overload How is cognitive overload different to burnout What are the concerns of frontline nurses How healthcare leaders can help reduce clinician burden The comp…
 
On this week’s Sunday Session I'm joined by Nader Alaghband, co-founder & CEO of Ampersand Health. Ampersand have just launched a brand new digital therapeutic into the NHS for people suffering with inflammatory arthritis and on this episode, Nader explains all...Get in touch with Nader: https://ampersandhealth.co.ukSubscribe to Healthtech Pigeon 🐦…
 
In this episode, Pete speaks with Margot Morton and Chris O’Gorman about the future of patient experience and costing using AI. Margot Morton is the sales director of Civica - Asia Pacific launching proven and successful solutions into the Australian and New Zealand healthcare and regulatory markets. Civica partners with customers to deliver meanin…
 
Haris Shuaib is the AI Transformation lead at the London AI Centre which is a hub of innovation in healthcare in the UK, recently receiving £16m in funding to scale up AI work in the NHS and being appointed a preferred partner for NVIDIA’s proposed £40m healthcare supercomputer. With a background in theoretical physics, Haris trained as a medical p…
 
How is the healthcare media landscape changing in Australia? Bryn McGeever is the Managing Director of Australian Doctor Group, which is one of Australia’s largest dedicated healthcare media businesses, specialising in educating, entertaining and informing specialists, GPs and pharmacists for more than 30 years. Bryn has been with ADG for 10 years …
 
On this weeks Sunday Session I chat to Aditya Nori, lead of the Health Intelligence theme at Microsoft Research Cambridge, where their mission is to transform the practice of medicine via trusted and human-centred AI. In the past, Aditya has developed AI-based productivity tools for cancer treatment (The InnerEye Project), and also explored various…
 
Exo’s CEO and Co-Founder, Sandeep Akkaraju. Exo (pronounced “Echo”) is a health information and devices company with an initial aim to reinvent ultrasound. Currently, 75% of the world’s population doesn’t have access to any form of medical imaging. If made available, basic medical imaging could help solve many life-saving issues, including accurate…
 
How can we improve clinical trials processes using technology? Check out this interview with CEO and Founder of Evrima Technologies Charlotte Bradshaw to learn the history of Evrima, and how they’re helping connect the clinical trial industry with Australian GPs. Charlotte also provides her insights into what it’s like to step out from an establish…
 
Weh Yeoh is co-founder of Umbo, a social enterprise bridging the gap for rural children to access allied health services. He’s a physiotherapist from Sydney with a diverse background, having travelled through remote parts of Asia, volunteered with people with disabilities in Vietnam, interned in India, and studied Mandarin in Beijing. Check out thi…
 
This weeks Sunday Session is a preview of an upcoming episode with CEO of Mymee, Mette Dyhrberg. Mette is changing lives with a patient- and data-centric approach to tackling autoimmune disease, based on helping people identify their unique individualized triggers. She shares with us some tips for health tech entrepreneurs. Get in touch with Mette:…
 
Tom Whicher is founder of DrDoctor & an NHS Innovation Accelerator Fellow . Tom is a biomedical engineer by background and worked for a management consulting firm before identifying an opportunity to improve hospital outpatient appointment bookings. In 2012, he launched his own company, DrDoctor, which aims to improve communication around schedulin…
 
Does your Doctor have a TikTok account? Sarah Rav is a 22 year old Australian medical student, with an inspiring story to share. After recovering from a serious eating disorder that almost took her life, Sarah has taken to popular Social Media Platforms to inspire others, raise awareness & encourage them to seek help. She has over 1.5 Million combi…
 
Bradley Chesham is the founder of Bundle of Rays. Bradley has been a front-line nurse in busy hospital settings in Australia and the UK, and he also served in Afghanistan and Iraq as a battlefield nurse. Bundle of Rays are a company that is transforming healthcare education using immersive learning technologies and advancing the nursing profession …
 
Pam Garside is one of the most well-connected people in UK healthcare. A healthcare management consultant with extensive trans-Atlantic experience, Pam manages a wide-ranging portfolio career. She is a fellow at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge and a member of the investment committee of Cambridge Enterprise, the Tech Transf…
 
On this week's Sunday Session, I chat again to Elliott Engers, CEO and Co-Founder of Infinity Health. In 2015 following a conversation with an NHS doctor who was battling with paper based task lists Elliott saw a technical challenge a start-up he could really contribute to. He set out to make task management safer and more efficient whilst improvin…
 
Per Edlund is the Head of Radiology Commercial Operations Asia Pacific in the Bayer Pharmaceuticals Division. Per has about 20 years of experience leading multi-cultural teams to drive innovation, growth and patient-centricity, to meet unmet needs in the field of diagnostic radiology. He currently heads a diverse business featuring a portfolio that…
 
This week's guest on the Sunday session is Dr Arthur Roach, Director of Research at Parkinson's UK. Arthur has spent 25 years in research, discovery and development for drug companies and universities, working on projects developing new treatments for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and MS. "My big preoccupation is with finding the best means to convert t…
 
This week, James is joined by Dr Chris Lovejoy, a Data scientist with a background as a medical doctor. He studied Medicine at University of Cambridge, he has a big YouTube following and makes videos about machine learning, healthcare, career transitions, productivity and anything else on his mind. Get in touch with Chris : https://www.youtube.com/…
 
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