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A new edition of the medtech report is being launched



Innovative medical startups have the opportunity to share their experience in the preparation of the 5th anniversary edition of the 'Top Disruptors in Healthcare' Report. It presents the activities of companies with this profile both in the country and in the CEE region, which also includes the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Serbia and Bulgaria.


The ‘Top Disruptors in Healthcare’ report is an overview of the medtech market that sheds light on the most exceptional initiatives in the CEE region. The report is an annual publication, covering detailed information about startups – including their achievements, current needs, financial data, challenges they face and plans for overseas expansion. Registration for its 5th Anniversary Edition is now underway.

Keeping up to date with medtech industry

According to Karolina Kornowska, author of the Top Disruptors in Healthcare report and Project Manager at wZdrowe, the publication is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to keep up to date with the latest trends in medtech. It provides insight into both teams that are unafraid of challenges and projects that are changing the face of healthcare.

Three times more startups in AI

According to the authors of the report, last year’s edition revealed fascinating trends, shedding light on the current state of the sector. However, the most intriguing statistics show that the number of startups operating in the field of artificial intelligence has more than tripled compared to the first edition of the report. According to the publication, medical facilities remain a consistent priority customer for these innovative companies. Another interesting development is the dynamic increase in the share of startups operating for six months to a year, suggesting growing activity among new players in the market. On the other hand, three quarters of startups operate with a team of up to 15 members, employed more than half-time. Analysing the profiles of the founders, it emerges that the largest group is made up of people aged between 31 and 40, which accounted for 42 per cent of the total respondents. In contrast, only 1 per cent of the startups surveyed were founded by women.

Over the past five years, we have seen innovative solutions, bold ideas and unique initiatives that are changing the face of healthcare. Top Disruptors in Healthcare has not only become a reflection of this constant evolution, but an active participant in it."

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New business contacts

The ‘Top Disruptors in Healthcare’ Report has been helping to make valuable business contacts and reach out to healthcare providers, VC funds and potential customers for the past five years. Nearly half of the startups said they had made contact with at least one business partner through it. Other benefits cited by startups taking part in the report include PR and marketing (35 per cent).

The fifth edition of the report will be published during the international AI & MEDTECH CEE Conference, which will be held on 11 June 2024 stationary in Warsaw and online, with simultaneous translation.

Participation in the report is possible by filling in a special form.

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