This CoP is committed to advancing opportunities for women in health and impacting and shaping health technologies. The mission is to make a better health ecosystem by empowering women entrepreneurs urging to bring about social impact in the society by leveraging health technology.
We are doing this by bringing together like-minded women across the Healthcare IT industry and supporting them in achieving their goals and ambitions by providing resources related to:
• Healthcare industry market forecast and insights to help decide which sector to venture in as a woman entrepreneur.
• Helping women entrepreneurs connect with venture capitalists and explore potential channels for funding.
• Staff training to gain an upper hand in the latest technology.
• Workforce and job opportunities.
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