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Health Tech Company of the Year shortlist revealed

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We are delighted to announce the finallists for Health Tech Company of the Year, sponsored by Fettle.

Fettle is a digital behavioural healthcare company providing individuals with easy access to a diverse range of qualified and insured mental health professionals.

There were more than 130 entries for the second annual Health Tech World Awards, with this category attracting a number of very high-quality entries.

Shortlisted entries will assessed by the category sponsor, with the winner announced at an online ceremony on April 18.

So, without further ado, your finalists for Health Tech Company of the year are:

Cera is transforming the social care sector by investing in technology to scale effectively, as demand for care in the home increases exponentially faster than the wider industry is currently able to.

By pioneering the use of AI and machine learning, Cera is moving more services out of hospitals and into patient homes.

Last year, the platform amassed Europe’s largest home healthcare dataset of 200 billion data points – this now continues to grow by 1 billion data points a week.

Delft Imaging envisions a world in which everyone can benefit from the modern world’s medical advances, wherever they live.

Delft is specifically dedicated to improving people’s quality of life around the world by means of its diagnostic solutions.

Through affordable and innovative diagnostics, its mission is to strengthen healthcare systems globally.

Delft has installed over 1800 systems in 75+ countries, reaching regions with limited access due to their economic situations.

The company facilitates quality healthcare in areas that need it most.

Scan.com strives to make imaging more accessible, faster, and seamlessly integrated within healthcare pathways.

By reducing waiting times for scans, they provide quicker answers and improved healthcare outcomes, bringing hope for timely treatment and better care and improving the workflows of healthcare professionals across multiple disciplines.

Scan.com’s global impact encompasses their ambition to become the key tech infrastructure connecting the medical imaging market worldwide.

Skin Analytics builds AI interventions that enable innovative dermatology pathways to deliver better patient outcomes and sustainability for health systems, globally.

Using the only UKCA Class IIa AI as a Medical Device (AIaMD) for dermatology, Skin Analytics works with the NHS to build world leading skin cancer pathways.

Skin Analytics is the first and only AI Skin Cancer pathway within NHSE. Since then, the company has pursued its mission to build a world where no one dies from skin cancer.

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