SeamlessMD named by PwC/CB Insights as a "digital disruptor changing health care in Canada"

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October 19, 2020

We are humbled and proud to announce that SeamlessMD was named by PwC/CB Insights as a "digital disrupter changing health care in Canada".

Other leading companies recognized include Ayogo, Swift Medical and League.

The full article can be found here.

An excerpt from the article is featured below:

In the pandemic environment, the Canadian digital health space is getting increasing attention, especially as health systems increase adoption and more people become comfortable using digital solutions. Digital health companies are accelerating transformation in health care by enabling shifts to a care system that’s more predictive, preventative, personalized and participatory. We’re starting to see early signals of what the future of health will look like—key digital health segments and trends to watch include virtual care, home care, predictive analytics, privacy and mental health.

Here is PwC/CB Insights mapping of private VC-backed digital health companies in Canada:

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