Celebrating the most innovative healthtech companies
The HealthTech Award 2023 is closed for applications. Overwhelmed by the great interest of applying to this year’s HealthTech Award, founded by Vitalis, GREAT and Sahlgrenska Science Park, the jury now has a challenging task.
“I am confident that the jury work will result in those companies that drive positive change in healthcare and have a potential for future growth. By shining a light on these individuals and organisations, we inspire others to join the cause and push the boundaries of what's possible in improving the health and well-being of people around the world,” says Charlotta Gummeson, CEO, Sahlgrenska Science Park
At the opening of Vitalis on 23 May, the winner will be revealed, and ten finalists will pitch their companies right after the ceremony to the Vitalis audience.
Don’t miss the opportunity to take part of these pioneers and visionaries, creatin the future of health and healthcare.
This is the third edition of the HealthTech Award, open to innovative companies based in the Nordics providing a health tech product, service or solution that has a proven positive impact on healthcare, prevention, prediction, health and/or quality of life.
“A great acknowledgement that we are relevant, valuable and on the right track. It increased our credibility and encouraged our team,” says Stefan Malmberg, CEO, Detectivio.
“The prize put wind in our sails, increased our credibility and created curiosity among potential clients,” says Peder Remman, CEO, Boneprox.
The jury of the HealthTech Award 2023
- Annica Grimberg Lignell, Director, Head of The Accelerator @ Sahlgrenska Science Park and Co-founder of HealthTech Nordic Community
- Frode Langmoen, Ecosystem Development, IBM
- Anders Klingström, Director Consulting Services, CGI
- Ebba Barret, MD, Innovation & healthtech Programme, Sahlgrenska University Hospital
- Maria Sterner, Manager Vitalis
- Marianne Larsson, Director and Co-founder of HealthTech Nordic Community
- Markus Lingman, Chief of Strategy, Halland Hospital Group
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HealthTech Award, celebrating healthtech innovations that make a difference for people’s lives, is now open for companies in the Nordics.