Healthtech: Investing in the future

EQT Ventures
Sep 12, 2017 · 4 min read
  1. Data streaming and computation technologies: Technology that allows us to shift, process and perform computations on data faster and in greater volumes than ever before. New data streaming and computation technologies will render the familiar databases we’ve grown up on, obsolete
  2. Artificial intelligence: Having access to a huge pool of data is useless unless you can make sense of it. AI now enables us to understand, analyze and model data faster and more accurately than ever before
  3. Technology in practice: Technology that allows us to use information surfaced by AI in new ways to transform both complex and routine tasks across every part of our daily work and home lives
  • Mytomorrows: The company has built a platform for doctors and patients seeking information about and access to investigational drugs, as well as drugs that have been approved by regulators in other countries. myTomorrows also offers drug developers a solution for global early access programs, make their drugs accessible to those suffering from life threatening or debilitating diseases whilst gathering data.
  • uMotif: One of my personal investments, uMotif is a patient data capture platform that gathers high quality clinical research data from patients through tools such as wearables

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