What is the Women in Digital Health Initiative?
Launched in February 2018, the Women in Digital Health Initiative is focused on addressing the needs of women in the digital health community. By providing female entrepreneurs and innovation executives with relevant resources, content and a supportive community, we aim to help them develop the skills and confidence to be leaders in digital health. Whether it be through our quarterly social events, female-focused blog posts, or our monthly newsletter, we are uniting a community of women to learn from each other and become the female face of healthcare's future.
NATALIE CANTAVE RACHEL TALANIAN CELIA FOX
MARKETING & EVENTS MANAGER PROJECT COORDINATOR MARKETING COOP
Save the date for our first Women in Digital Health event of 2020!
WHEN: February 26th, 2020 at 5:30 PM
What's Happening in the World of Digital Health?
HEALTHTECH FIGHTS BACK: HOW DIGITAL HEALTH INNOVATIONS CAN BE WOMEN'S SECRET WEAPON AGAINST BREAST CANCER
Today, there are more than 3.5 million breast cancer survivors in the United States with 268,600 new cases expected to be diagnosed this year alone
Here are the most promising digital health innovations to promote early detection and improve patient care for breast cancer patients and survivors.
BUSTING THE SUCCESSFUL STARTUP FOUNDER MYTH: MEET HEATHER WAIBEL, A SOLO FEMALE ENTREPRENEUR
How can female entrepreneurs, who receive less than 3% of VC funding investments, change the world? Absolute grit.
Meet Heather Waibel, founder and CEO of Welnys and winner of the 2019 MassChallenge HealthTech Women in Digital Health Award to get her perspective on breaking barriers as a non-traditional, female, and solo founder.
HOW DIGITAL HEALTH SOLUTIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS AND BEYOND CAN SAVE 3 MILLION MOTHERS AND BABIES
How can digital health impact maternal and child health in Massachusetts, the United States, and the world?
THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF LGBTQ HEALTH IN THE COMMONWEALTH
Honoring the theme of this year's record-shattering Boston pride parade- looking back, loving forward - we take a look back at LGBTQ health's past, and highlight how women in digital health can help move it forward.
Learn how women in digital health are leading the charge to revolutionize disparities in LGBTQ health