Voting has opened for BusinessCloud’s inaugural HealthTech 50 and MedTech 50 sector rankings.
Alongside a panel of independent judges, your votes will help celebrate the most innovative startups, scaleups and established technology firms in healthcare and medicine.
Around 90 companies have been shortlisted for potential inclusion in the HealthTech 50, a new annual ranking which focuses on companies creating tech for personal and preventative healthcare, as well as GP practice management and messaging platforms.
On the voting page, available at the below link, we’ve included the names of the shortlisted companies, the city or town and region in which they are based, and a short description of what they do.
Around 110 companies have been shortlisted for potential inclusion in the MedTech 50, also to be held annually, which focuses on businesses helping to diagnose and treat conditions, mainly in a clinical setting such as a hospital, and other biotechnology companies.
On the voting page, available at the below link, we’ve again included the names of the shortlisted companies, the city or town and region in which they are based, and a short description of what they do.
Reader voting for both rankings begins today and will run for seven days, ending at 23:59 on Sunday June 27th.
The final HealthTech 50 and MedTech 50 rankings, to be decided by a combination of judging panel selections and reader votes, will be published on Monday 19th July.
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The judging panel:
- Leontina Postelnicu, head of health and social care, techUK
- Nick Prentice, global volunteer, One HealthTech; interim co-chair, of staff LGBT+ Network at NHS England & NHS Improvement
- Abeyna Bubbers-Jones, CEO, Medic Footprints
- Lauren Bevan, head of health & social care, BJSS
- Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud