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A term most often used to describe any technology-enabled solution for out of hospital/general practice healthcare, there’s been a huge global demand for healthtech solutions throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Remote digital health interventions provide a way to stick to social distancing guidance whilst treating and monitoring both COVID-19 and other illnesses.

The UK is driving forward growth in the global healthtech sector, with London being a leading hub within the industry. In fact, across the United Kingdom and the United States, over $51.3b in funding was raised for the healthtech sector in 2021 (up 280% since 2016). It has seen rapid transformation in recent years, where it used to be considered somewhat of a laggard. Startups, in particular, are now a source of major health innovation, and equity investment into these businesses is a key driver of innovation in the healthcare industry.

Here, we’ll explore what healthtech is exactly and how it could impact our healthcare systems of the future. We’ll also look at the state of the health technology ecosystem in the UK, and the country’s 20 top healthtech companies, ranked in order of investment raised to date.

What is healthtech and how does it differ from medtech?

A helpful definition of healthtech is “the use of technology (databases, applications, mobiles, wearables) to improve the delivery, payment, and/or consumption of care, with the ability to increase the development and commercialisation of medicinal products.” To put it simply, healthtech includes software, data, and other tech-enabled solutions that support healthcare opportunities.

While medical technology (or medtech) solutions tend to enhance in-hospital diagnostics, such as innovative medical devices, healthtech tends to refer to applications that are focused on improving personal and preventative care at home. Medtech products also generally require more regulatory approval than healthtech products before entering the market. You can learn more about the UK’s top medtech companies and their investors here.

What does the UK healthtech market look like in 2022?

The biggest factor to influence health technology in the UK has undoubtedly been the post-pandemic drive towards more efficient and flexible healthcare solutions. From at-home diagnosis support to tailored wellness programs, the demand for tech to do more for our physical and mental health needs, particularly when we’re unable to access on-site healthcare, is clear. And investors know it too, as venture capital investment into UK healthtech has continued to climb steadily throughout 2021, following a record high in 2019 (thanks in part to healthtech provider and unicorn company Babylon’s £454m raise that year).

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Government funding has also accelerated growth in the healthtech sector as of late. In 2020, the UK Government provided £32m (across six initiatives) as part of their roadmap to ensure the country remains at the forefront of life sciences research and development. Funding was awarded to ventures including InlightenUs, Edinburgh Napier University’s hearing aid project COG-MHEAR, Heriot-Watt University’s laser solution firm u-care, and a Non-Invasive Single Neuron Electrical Monitoring project led by Imperial College London.

The UK’s Top Healthtech Startup & Scaleup Companies 2022

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Huma

Total funds raised:£121m

Based in London, Huma has created digital “hospital from home” technology that allows hospitals to manage health records and clinicians to share patient data through a secure mobile platform. Huma has also created a decentralised clinical trial platform which uses real-time health data to improve the patient experience.

The healthtech company has undergone eight funding rounds so far, totalling over £121m. Its backers include Bayer, HAT Technology & Innovation Fund, Hitachi Ventures, Nexus Investments (Scale Up Fund), Samsung NEXT, Sony Innovation Fund and Unilever Ventures.

Huma has featured on numerous high-growth lists, including the Top 100 – Britain’s Fastest Growing Businesses and Deloitte Fast 50. It has also attended three accelerator programmes: Sport Tech Hub, Healthbox London, and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, which aims to speed up the adoption of healthtech in the NHS.

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Cera

Total funds raised: £114m

Cera is a digital-first healthcare company that delivers at-home nursing, repeat prescriptions, and telemedicine services to pensioners, over the phone or through its website. The healthtech and care delivery company also offers personal services like shopping. Cera partners with the NHS and a large number of local authorities, and has been recognised on high-growth rankings such as the Deloitte Fast 50 and Startups 100.

Cera has raised a total of £114m since it was founded in 2015 across nine funding rounds, including a £14m unannounced deal in December 2021, which valued the company at an estimated £745m (according to Beauhurst calculations), marking its entrance into the UK unicorn club.The company’s backers include Auriens, Credo Ventures, Guinness Asset Management, Kairos Ventures, Kima Ventures and Yabeo.

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DnaNudge

Total funds raised:£67.2m

Spun-out of Imperial College London’s Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology, DnaNudge develops a wearable healthtech solution that allows users to make healthier food choices, tailored to their DNA profiles. Users wear watches that guide them through decisions whilst out shopping, helping them to avoid foods linked to conditions they may be prone to, such as diabetes or high cholesterol.

On top of this, DnaNudge has also developed the first direct-to-consumer genetic tests that can be performed on the spot rather than sent to a lab. These include lab-free PCR tests which are now being rolled out by the NHS amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

DnaNudge has mostly raised funds from undisclosed investors and angels, alongside UAE-based fund Ventura Capital. The health technology company has secured £67m worth of investment to date, across seven fundraisings.

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Lumeon

Total funds raised:£58.0m

Focusing on web-based software, London-based Lumeon supports medical practitioners to track the progress of their patients and stay on top of administrative tasks. Aiming to accelerate patient care at scale, whilst ensuring quality and safety, Lumeon’s platform enables remote healthcare journeys. These engage out of hospital patients and care teams, such as through automating tasks and coordinating operations, and thus create new capacity and increased patient flow.

Lumeon has attended both the PwC Scale Programmes accelerator and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator. The healthtech company has raised £58m in funding so far, in seven rounds. Its backers include Amadeus Capital Partners, Archimedia, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Endeavour Vision, Gilde Healthcare Partners, IPF Partners, MTIP and Optum Ventures.

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Unmind

Total funds raised:£47.0m

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Unmind develops a mobile app that’s been designed to optimise mental health within the workplace. Its app allows employees to measure, understand and improve their mental health through seven key areas—fulfilment, coping, calmness, happiness, connection, health and sleep. It then encourages employers to drive change, by accessing aggregated and anonymised employee mental health insights.

On top of its app, Unmind offers additional services, such as digital courses, meditation sessions and healthy food recipes. The healthtech company already partners with the NHS, Sainsburys, Gymshark and Virgin Media.

Unmind has secured over £47m in investment, across five fundraisings. It has attended the Upscale, NEF+ and Mayor’s International Business Programme accelerators, and ranked on the London Tech 50 high-growth list in both 2019 and 2020. The company’s investors include EQT Ventures, Felix Capital, Project A Ventures, Sapphire Ventures and True Ventures.

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Numan

Total funds raised:£42.2m

Numan is a leading brand in men’s health and wellness. Operating on a subscription model, the company has developed a platform for men to access health services, medicines and advice from medical professionals at home.

Founded by London-based entrepreneur Sokratis Papafloratos, Numan aims to give men control over their health, and to remove the taboo surrounding issues such as erectile dysfunction and hair loss. The healthtech company acquired Swedish software venture Vi-Health in March 2021.

Numan’s list of investors include Anthemis, Colle Capital, Hanwha Investment, Novator Partners, VNV Global and White Star Capital. It’s secured three fundraisings so far, totalling over £42m, and featured on the Startups 100 high-growth list in 2021.

accuRx provides communication-enhancing software that’s designed to improve the relationship between healthcare providers and patients. An NHS-approved supplier, accuRx’s products include COVID-19 vaccine booking software, text and photo response, and patient triage. Its secondary care products range from messaging and video consultation software to secure digital document solutions. The healthtech company is also working to build additional features to make sharing secure information easier across the NHS.

Based in London, accuRx has attended four accelerator programmes: Entrepreneur First, IMAGINE IF!, Upscale and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator. Having raised over £36m in investment, across five rounds, the company has also featured in BusinessCloud’s HealthTech 50 high-growth list, and the London Tech 50. Its backers include Atomico, British Patient Capital, Encore Capital, Lakestar, Latitude Ventures, and LocalGlobe.

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Healthily

Total funds raised:£33.7m

As a self-care app with medical approval, Healthily (also known as Your MD) was created to make medical knowledge accessible in everyday life through artificial intelligence. The mobile app allows users to diagnose their health issues by inputting data about their symptoms and demographics. This includes everything from coronavirus to sleep issues. It then automatically advises on next steps without retaining any data.

Healthily has been featured in ​​the high-growth lists Start-Up 101 and Startups 100, and secured three funding rounds to date, raising over £33m in total. The company’s backers include Orkla Venture, Reckitt Benckiser and Smedvig Capital, alongside angel investors. ​​

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Oxehealth

Total funds raised:£28.0m

An academic spinout from the University of Oxford, Oxehealth develops software for monitoring patient health using a webcam. It began as a mental health solution⁠—nurses were seeking to deliver better care and mental health services to their patients and the company’s software allowed them to keep a closer eye on vital signs and behaviour through video. The service is now used by more than one in three mental health trusts in England, and across care homes, prisons and nursing facilities.

Founded in 2012, Oxehealth has since attended the NHS Innovation Accelerator, DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, and Upscale programme. It has also featured on the Top 100 – Britain’s Fastest Growing Businesses high-growth list. The healthtech company has secured over £28m in investment, across 10 fundraisings, with investors including IP Group and ORA Capital Partners.

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Zava

Total funds raised:£26.5m

Zava, formerly known as DrEd, operates an online diagnostic and prescription service that is designed to replace GP appointments. Patients simply fill in a medical questionnaire and wait to be matched up with a GMC registered doctor for review. If tests are needed, they are posted out to be completed by the patient at home.

The healthtech company’s platform improves both the accessibility and efficiency of treatment. It is currently operating in the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Ireland.

Zava has featured in BusinessCloud’s HealthTech 50 high-growth list and secured over £26m, across four fundraisings. The company’s backers include HPE Growth Capital, alongside a number of undisclosed investors.

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Evergreen Life

Total funds raised:£24.4m

Based in Manchester, Evergreen Life develops an app that incorporates both wellness tracking features and GP services. Users can book appointments, get repeat prescriptions delivered and gain advanced insights into their health.

Evergreen Life also allows users to record their health data alongside their GP records so that all information is in one place. This means that they can then also control who they share the information with through its secure platform.

Evergreen Life has raised £24m in investment so far, across six funding rounds. It also recently acquired Salvie Ltd, founders of the online consultation system askmyG, in November 2021.

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LabGenius

Total funds raised:£24.3m

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LabGenius uses technology including robotic automation, synthetic biology and advanced machine learning to explore protein therapies—an area that has historically been difficult to uncover. Through analysis of biological materials, its novel DNA library synthesis technology will likely play a key role in the next generation of drug discovery.

Founded in 2012 and based in London, the healthtech company has attended both the Upscale and Bio-start accelerator programmes. Its investors include Acequia Capital, Air Street Capital, Atomico, Backed VC, Beast Ventures, Kindred Capital VC, Lux Capital, Obvious Ventures and Inovia Capital. LabGenius has secured £24m in investment to date, across five fundraisings.

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Lantum

Total funds raised:£18.7m

Lantum is a London-based healthtech company with a mission to save the NHS £1b in staffing costs. Its workforce management platform connects GPs searching for temporary work with practices that have vacancies. Lantum’s software offers a rota tool, clinician network and staff bank that allow for optimised cost and time efficiency.

As well as raising over £18m, across eight fundraisings, Lantum has been featured on both the BusinessCloud HealthTech 50 and Mishcon The Leap high-growth lists. Its backers include BGF, Beringea, Piton Capital, Playfair Capital, QVentures and Samos Investments. The company has also attended four accelerators, including the Startup Leadership Program and NHS Innovation Accelerator.

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Birdie

Total funds raised:£18.3m

London-based Birdie are the creators of an online tool and mobile app that allows users to schedule and manage at-home care services for the elderly. Designed to improve visibility over healthcare solutions and to facilitate older adults living at home, it incorporates everything from regular transport booking software to medical deliveries. Conceived of as a complete homecare solution, Birdie’s healthtech software also includes 24/7 reports and customer support.

Birdie is backed by Index Ventures and Kamet Ventures (managed by AXA), as well as a number of undisclosed investors. Across three funding rounds, the company has hit over £18m in total investment. It has also attended four accelerator programmes, including Govstart and Upscale, and has been listed in Startups 100, BusinessCloud HealthTech 50 and London Tech 50.

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Physitrack

Total funds raised:£16.7m

For almost 10 years, Physitrack has been providing leading patient engagement solutions across hospitals and to injured athletes. Its mobile app and platform has digitised the process of recovery, allowing healthcare professionals to prescribe exercise programmes online.

As well as showing patients how to complete exercises with in-app video guides, healthcare professionals can also track their progress, to encourage adherence and improve patient outcomes. Physitrack’s software also includes a seamless telehealth consultation process, and the company even builds custom patient apps for those who want to tailor the patient engagement experience further.

Based in London, Physitrack was part of the first cohort in the DigitalHealth.London accelerator programme. It has raised over £16m in funding, across four rounds, with backers including Crown Ocean Capital.

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Togetherall

Total funds raised:£14.8m

Togetherall has developed an online community platform on which users can post anonymously about their wellbeing concerns and gain advice from qualified counsellors. With peer-to-peer interactions at the foundation of the company’s healthcare technology, Togetherall is able to offer support around the clock and at scale.

Its platform also provides tools to measure wellbeing and online self-help courses. Costs are set low so as to make the platform accessible to as many users as possible. Togetherall also partners with a number of education facilities and workplaces, as well as the NHS.

Founded in 2007, Togetherall attended the Mayor’s International Business Programme accelerator. Its backers include FPE Capital, Impact Ventures UK (managed by LGT Venture Philanthropy) and Whittemore Collection Limited. The company has raised over £14m worth of funding so far, across five rounds.

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techspert.io

Total funds raised:£14.5m

Graduate from the Serious Impact Cambridge accelerator, Machine Intelligence Garage and Applied AI growth programme, techspert.io is a healthtech startup based in Cambridge. It builds AI-driven indexing technology that uses machine learning to match up bioscience and healthcare projects with experts. Its platform is able to sort through over 100m experts, with data covering every country and language, and over 7m specialist areas.

In 2020, techspert.io featured in the 21toWatch high-growth list. It has also raised over £14m in investment to date, across five funding rounds. The company’s backers include Angel CoFund, BGF Growth Capital, Cambridge Angels, Nauta Capital, Oxfordshire Investment Opportunity Network and SyndicateRoom.

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uMotif

Total funds raised:£14.2m

Founded in 2012, uMotif provides an eClinical platform that is designed for patients (and their clinicians) who are recovering from surgery or suffering with long-term conditions. It allows patients to track targets that could benefit their recovery, such as quitting smoking, and to monitor their progress. uMotif also collects data that furthers healthcare research and is driving towards a decentralised approach to clinical studies.

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The healthtech startup has attended the Mayor’s International Business Programme and been featured on the Tällt Disrupt 100 high-growth list. uMotif has raised over £14m in fundraisings to date, across five funding rounds, and its backers include AlbionVC and DNV GL.

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Thriva

Total funds raised:£13.6m

Thriva is a blood testing organisation that provides at-home tests for assessing things such as cholesterol levels, kidney function and liver function. Once tests are analysed, Thriva offers detailed insights and support, as well as GP advice. Designed as a subscription service, the health technology company aims to encourage regular testing and increased awareness of potential health issues.

Thriva was founded in 2015 and has since attended the Seedcamp, NEF+ and Upscale accelerator programmes. It has also featured in numerous high-growth lists, such as the BusinessCloud HealthTech 50 and Deloitte Fast 50. The company has secured five fundraisings to date, totalling over £13m in investment. Participating funds include 500 Startups, Guinness Asset Management, London Co-Investment Fund, Pembroke VCT, Seedcamp and Target Global.

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Medefer

Total funds raised:£13.4m

Medefer is a Care Quality Commission registered healthcare provider that works with the NHS to offer a virtual outpatient service. Medefer’s website allows patients to seek individual medical advice from consultants online. GP referrals are also managed online so that patients don’t have to wait for an in-person hospital appointment. This should lead to faster urgent referral times and more efficiently cleared waiting lists.

Founded in 2013, Medefer has since attended The Hatchery startup incubator, as well as the Seedcamp and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programmes. The company has raised over £13m worth of funding, across five rounds, with investors including Nickleby Capital and Seedcamp.

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FAQs

What are HealthTech companies? ›

HealthTech or healthcare technology is one of the fastest growing sectors in India. At present, there is a strong focus on the adoption of IoT and Artificial intelligence. 37% of healthtech startups are incorporating IoT products while 54% of them are relying on AI and Machine Learning for providing their services.

How many health tech companies are there in the UK? ›

According to the Association of British HealthTech Industries, the UK healthtech sector is now the largest employer in the broader Life Sciences industry, employing 127,400 people in 3,860 companies, with a combined turnover of £24 billion.

What big tech companies are in UK? ›

Top Technology Companies from the United Kingdom as of Apr. 01, 2022
RankingCompanyMarket Cap (USD)
1The Sage Group plc$9.83 B
2AVEVA Group plc$9.60 B
3Endava plc$8.10 B
4Mimecast Limited$5.12 B
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What are the 8 types healthcare services? ›

Types of Services
  • Mental health care.
  • Dental care.
  • Laboratory and diagnostic care.
  • Substance abuse treatment.
  • Preventative care.
  • Physical and occupational therapy.
  • Nutritional support.
  • Pharmaceutical care.
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What are the 4 major services in health care? ›

The healthcare system offers four broad types of services: health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment, and rehabilitation.

Who is the largest healthcare provider in the UK? ›

HCA Healthcare in the UK

Today HCA is the largest private healthcare provider in the world, and one of the leading private healthcare providers in the UK. Its founding philosophy of putting patients first has guided it every day since 1968.

Who is the largest healthcare company? ›

CVS, UNH, and MHK top the list of the 10 biggest healthcare companies
  • CVS Health Corp. ( CVS)
  • UnitedHealth Group Inc. ( UNH)
  • McKesson Corp. ( MCK)
  • AmerisourceBergen Corp. ( ABC)
  • Cigna Corp (CI)
  • Cardinal Health Inc. ( CAH)
  • Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. ( WBA)
  • Anthem Inc. ( ANTM)

How big is the UK healthcare industry? ›

What's in the bulletin? Total current healthcare expenditure in 2018 was £214.4 billion, equating to £3,227 per person. Total current healthcare expenditure in the UK accounted for 10.0% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2018, compared with 9.8% in 2017 and 6.9% in 1997.

What are the 10 best healthcare systems in the world? ›

According to this index, the ten countries with the best health care are:
  • Denmark.
  • Austria.
  • Japan.
  • Australia.
  • France.
  • Spain.
  • Belgium.
  • United Kingdom.

What are the 3 big tech companies? ›

Big Tech, also known as the Tech Giants, Big Four, or Big Five, is a name given to the four or five most dominant companies in the information technology industry of the United States. The Big Four presently consists of Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Apple, and Meta (Facebook)—with Microsoft completing the Big Five.

Who are the big 4 tech companies? ›

The Big 4 Tech Companies, Ranked From Most to Least Trusted
  • Google (29%)
  • Apple (27%)
  • Amazon (25%)
  • Facebook (5%)
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What are the 5 biggest industries in the UK? ›

Economic output by industry

The UK's economy is dominated by services industries. These include retail, hospitality, professional services, business administration and finance.

What are the 3 biggest industries in the UK? ›

Biggest Industries by Revenue in the UK in 2022
  • Supermarkets in the UK. $187.6B.
  • Pension Funding in the UK. $155.9B.
  • Construction Contractors in the UK. $113.6B.
  • Hospitals in the UK. $112.7B.
  • New Car & Light Motor Vehicle Dealers in the UK. $109.9B.
  • Banks in the UK. ...
  • General Insurance in the UK. ...
  • Management Consultants in the UK.

What are the 3 main industries in the UK? ›

The sectors that contribute most to the U.K.'s GDP are services, manufacturing, construction, and tourism.

What are the 3 types of patients? ›

even in the early stages of your practice.
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What are the 3 types of health? ›

The three sides that make up the health triangle and contribute to your overall health are: Physical Health. Mental Health. Social Health.

What are 5 different types of care? ›

Types of Care
  • Residential Care.
  • Nursing Care.
  • Dementia Care.
  • Respite Care.
  • Convalescent /Post-Operative Care.
  • Continuing Care.
  • End of Life Care/Palliative Care.

What are the 5 component of healthcare? ›

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  • Secondary Health Coverage. ...
  • Vision Insurance. ...
  • Dental Insurance. ...
  • Life Insurance.
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What are the 3 primary components of health care? ›

A PHCS has a significant role in improving national health, avoiding the excessive increase in national health invest- ment, and providing health welfare. General practitioners (GPs), health insurance, and government health investment are the “three essential elements” of a PHCS among all its components.

What are the 2 categories of healthcare services? ›

Healthcare facilities can be divided into two broad categories: Public health services. Private health facilities.

Which county has best healthcare in the UK? ›

Northumberland is the best place to live for healthcare in the UK. Northumberland CCG is the best place to live for healthcare in the UK, ranking first in our index with a score of 73.7/100.

Who has the number 1 healthcare in the world? ›

1. France. The Healthcare system in France is one of the best in the world from a social perspective. Coverage is universal encompassing all residents.

Where is the best healthcare in England? ›

UK Results
Quality of Care
NoCity
1London45.87
2Cambridge59.90
3Manchester56.47
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Who has the best healthcare in the world 2022? ›

The Top 10 Healthcare Systems in the World 2022
  • South Korea. South Korea tops the list of best healthcare systems in the world. ...
  • Taiwan. Taiwan is second in the best healthcare systems in the world. ...
  • Denmark. ...
  • Austria. ...
  • Japan. ...
  • Australia. ...
  • France. ...
  • Spain.
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Which country has the best healthcare? ›

Learn more about how countries are assessed in the Best Countries methodology.
  • No. 8: Netherlands. ...
  • No. 7: United Kingdom. ...
  • No. 6: Switzerland. ...
  • No. 5: Canada. ...
  • No. 4: Norway. Quality of Life Rank: 5. ...
  • No. 3: Sweden. Quality of Life Rank: 1. ...
  • No. 2: Germany. Quality of Life Rank: 7. ...
  • No. 1: Denmark. Quality of Life Rank: 2.
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What is the best healthcare company to work for? ›

Companies hiring in the Healthcare sector include CVS Health with an employee rating of 3.1 out of 5, UnitedHealth Group rated 3.6 out of 5, Kaiser Permanente with a rating of 3.9 out of 5, Labcorp with a 3.7 out of 5, and Philips rated 3.8 out of 5 by employees.

What is the biggest health problem in the UK? ›

Among the top causes of death in the UK, heart disease and circulatory disease kill 170,000 deaths a year, or about 460 people a day.

Why UK healthcare system is the best in the world? ›

The Commonwealth Fund's report ranks the UK first overall and first for care process (prevention, safe care, coordination, and patient engagement) and equity (comparison of performance for higher- and lower-income individuals). The UK also scores highly in terms of getting value out of the money the tax payer puts in.

Does UK have a good healthcare system? ›

The United Kingdom has relatively lower levels of both doctors and nurses, as well as lower levels of hospital beds and of diagnostic equipment, than most other high-income countries. These shortages have left the country with little spare capacity and vulnerable to acute shocks such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who is the best doctor in the world? ›

Patrick Soon Shiong. Dr. Shiong is known as the best doctor in the world and also one of the richest doctors in the world. He is a South African-American transplant surgeon, billionaire businessman, bioscientist, and media owner.

What country has the best education? ›

Which country has the best education system in 2022?
  • 1/ United Kingdom.
  • 2/ United States.
  • 3/ South Korea.
  • 4/ Denmark.
  • 5/ Netherlands.
  • 6/ Germany.
  • 7/ Ireland.
  • 8/ Sweden.
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Which country has best doctors? ›

1. United States: On our list of the top ten nations with the best doctors in the world, the United States earns the top spot.

What are the 7 big companies? ›

What Are the Biggest Companies in the World by Revenue?
  • Walmart (WMT) - $576 billion.
  • Amazon (AMZN) - $486 billion.
  • Petro China (PTR) - $443 billion.
  • Saudi Aramco (2222.SR) - $394 billion.
  • Apple, Inc. ( AAPL) - $388 billion.

What are the 6 biggest companies? ›

This can lower or even outweigh potential returns.
  • #1 Walmart Inc. (WMT)
  • #2 China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (SNP)
  • #3 Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN)
  • #4 PetroChina Co. Ltd. (PTR)
  • #5 Apple Inc. (AAPL)
  • #6 CVS Health Corp. (CVS)
  • #7 Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDS. A)
  • #8 Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK. A)

Who are the Silicon 6 companies? ›

This Report therefore focuses on Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google and Microsoft, and in the absence of a widely accepted group name, we collectively refer to these giants as the Silicon Six.

What is the number 1 tech company in the world? ›

Apple, the world's largest tech company by revenue, generated $294 billion in 2021. With over 585,000 tech companies, the U.S. has the largest technology sector by revenue in the world.

What are the Big 4 companies in UK? ›

The Big 4 have experienced significant growth in recent years, and the UK firms are part of a global network of firms across Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. Collectively, PwC, Deloitte, EY and KPMG have over 3,000 partners.

What are the top 10 biggest industries? ›

The 10 Global Biggest Industries by Employment
  • Global Consumer Electronics Manufacturing. 17,518,424.
  • Global Commercial Real Estate. 17,164,710.
  • Global Fast Food Restaurants. 13,458,146.
  • Global HR & Recruitment Services. 11,988,376.
  • Global Apparel Manufacturing. 9,675,672.
  • Global Hotels & Resorts. ...
  • Global Coal Mining. ...
  • Global Tourism.

What are the 4 main sectors of the UK economy? ›

Four main sectors feed into UK GDP - agriculture, construction, production and services.

What is UK main source of income? ›

Most UK government revenue is from tax

Read more (GDP. It is the monetary value of all market production in a particular area (usually a country) in a given period (usually a year). Read more). The primary source of revenue is taxation, which is forecast to raise £732 billion in 2021–22, or 32% of GDP.

Why is UK so rich? ›

The UK is home to a number of large energy companies, including two of the six oil and gas "supermajors" – BP and Royal Dutch Shell. The UK is also rich in a number of natural resources including coal, tin, limestone, iron ore, salt, clay, chalk, gypsum, lead and silica.

Is UK a rich country? ›

How rich a citizen is depends on per-capita GDP and how equitably it is distributed. It is better to use purchasing power parity (PPP) to compare individual wealth – this takes account of the per-capita GDP and the cost of living in each country. By this measure, the UK is ranked 30th in the world.

What is the UK's fastest growing company? ›

DivideBuy

What are the top 5 biggest industries? ›

Here is the list of industries who secured their positions in 10 biggest industries in the world in 2022.
  • Constructions.
  • Financial Services.
  • Real Estate.
  • Insurance.
  • Information Technology.
  • Telecommunication.
  • Automobile Manufacturing.
  • Oil and Gas E&P.
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What are the five biggest industries? ›

Biggest Industries by Revenue in the US in 2022
  • New Car Dealers in the US. ...
  • Health & Medical Insurance in the US. ...
  • Hospitals in the US. ...
  • Life Insurance & Annuities in the US. ...
  • Commercial Banking in the US. ...
  • Public Schools in the US. ...
  • Supermarkets & Grocery Stores in the US. ...
  • Property, Casualty and Direct Insurance in the US.

What is UK's biggest industrial city? ›

Top 20 high value manufacturing hotspots in the UK published
PositionAreaAdvanced Engineering Impact Score1
1Sheffield5111
2Bristol5109
3Milton Keynes4925
4Cambridge4862
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What is the difference between healthtech and medtech? ›

Whereas healthtech focuses on operational improvements, the term “medtech” refers to medical technology improvements. By enabling the development of the latest medical devices and techniques, medtech improves the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.

What organizations use Followmyhealth? ›

Who uses Allscripts FollowMyHealth?
CompanyWebsiteRevenue
Regal Marine Industries, Inc.regalboats.com100M-200M
Ascensionascension.org>1000M
California Pacific Medical Group Inc.brownandtoland.com10M-50M
Futura Mobilityfuturamobility.com10M-50M
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Is healthtech the same as Medtech? ›

Although some people might use it interchangeably, Medtech is a specific part of Healthtech, which covers therapeutic and diagnostic technologies used by clinicians. While Medtech focuses on the devices and the software itself, Healthtech encompasses the devices, as well as their uses.

Is healthtech an industry? ›

Healthcare technology refers to any IT tools or software designed to boost hospital and administrative productivity, give new insights into medicines and treatments, or improve the overall quality of healthcare provided. Today's healthcare industry is a $2 trillion behemoth at a crossroads.

Can you call a medtech a doctor? ›

Medical technologists are healthcare professionals who work with physicians, but they are not doctors. A medical technologist can become a doctor by enrolling in medical school and completing their education in their chosen field.

What is the largest medtech company in the world? ›

Medtronic $31.7bn +8%

Medtronic once again tops the list as the largest medical device company in the world. With a workforce of over 90,000, operating in 150 countries, Medtronic is at the forefront of medical technology.

What are the top 3 most important advances in medical technology? ›

Here, in order of anticipated importance, are the Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2022:
  • Next Generation of mRNA Vaccinology. ...
  • PSMA-Targeted Therapy in Prostate Cancer. ...
  • New Treatment for the Reduction of LDL. ...
  • Novel Drug for Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes. ...
  • Breakthrough Treatment for Postpartum Depression.
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What is the most reliable health website? ›

The National Institutes of Health website is a good place to start for reliable health information. As a rule, health websites sponsored by Federal Government agencies are good sources of information. You can reach all Federal websites by visiting www.usa.gov.

Who has the best patient portal? ›

Market Leader: athenahealth

Healthcare IT rating agency KLAS recently selected athenahealth's athenaCommunicator as the #1 patient portal, with a score of 91.8 on the most recent Best in KLAS awards . athenahealth's suite was also ranked #2 overall for practice sizes from 1-75 physicians.

What is the best health website? ›

Reliable Websites for Health Information
  • Medline Plus | medlineplus.gov.
  • PubMed Central | ncbi.nlm.nih.gov.
  • Center for Disease Control | cdc.gov.
  • Mayo Clinic Health Information | mayoclinic.com/health-information.
  • CAPHIS: Consumer & Patient Health Information Section | mlanet.org/caphis.
  • Merck Manuals | merckmanuals.com.

Are med techs scientists? ›

A medical laboratory scientist (MLS), also known as a medical technologist or clinical laboratory scientist, works to analyze a variety of biological specimens. They are responsible for performing scientific testing on samples and reporting results to physicians.

Which is better medical technology or biotechnology? ›

biotechnology is a wide field and it has many sub classes like medical biotechnology, industrial biotechnology, virology, agriculture biotechnology, environmental biotechnology etc. so it would be best to chose bsc in biotechnology.

Is medical technologist a professional? ›

Medical laboratory scientists (also known as clinical laboratory scientists or medical technologists) are professionals who work in the hospital laboratory, performing a wide range of tests. Doctors make many of their decisions about diagnosis and treatment of disease based on laboratory test results.

How big is the healthtech industry? ›

The global digital health market was valued at US$ 145,884.3 million in the base year of the study i.e. 2020. The research report also specifies that the global digital health market will expand and hit the evaluation mark of US$ 767,718.9 million by the end of the forecast period i.e. in 2030.

Who are the 5 health professionals? ›

A minimal list would include physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, pharmacists, social workers, dietitians, physical and occupational therapists, and medical technologists.

What are the five major sectors in health care delivery system? ›

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  • Public Health Sector. • Primary health care- PHC's and sub-centres. ...
  • Private sector. • ...
  • Indigenous systems of medicine. • ...
  • Voluntary health agencies.
  • National health programs.

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