10 health startups among World Economic Forum's 'Technology Pioneers'

Andrea Park - Print  | 

The World Economic Forum included 10 early-stage health tech companies on its annual list of Technology Pioneers, a group of global startups developing innovations that will benefit not only their industries but also society at large.

The 2019 list comprises a total of 56 startups that are "truly innovative," helmed by "visionary leadership" and poised to have significant impact, and are independent companies with annual revenues below $500 million. For the next two years, they will join the World Economic Forum to bring their insights and perspective to global discussions of technology.

Here are the 10 health startups named Technology Pioneers by the World Economic Forum, beginning with those based in the U.S.:

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