Mumbai: Medix Global, a pioneering healthcare management company, proudly announced the winners of the highly anticipated Medix’ Digital Health Innovation Challenge 2023 – India. This trailblazing initiative highlighted the compelling combination of collaboration, technology, and innovation in tackling India’s critical healthcare concerns, with a particular focus on women’s health and mental well-being.
The challenge recognised visionary healthtech start-ups and innovators that are leveraging effective and exceptional digital and AI driven solutions that will transform the Indian healthcare industry. It attracted 146 applications from start-ups across India.
The highly esteemed jury members who assessed and selected the winners are:
Mrs. Sigal Atzmon, Chief Executive Officer, Medix Group
Mrs. Neerja Birla, Founder and Chairperson at Aditya Birla Education Trust, Founder and Chairperson of mPowerMinds
Mr. Sanjay Kedia, Chief Executive Officer Marsh McLennan, India
Mr. Naveen Tahilyani, Chief Executive Officer, Tata AIA
Mrs. Bala Deshpande, Founder Partner, MegaDelta Capital
Mr. Gordon Watson, Chief Executive Officer, Asia and Africa, AXA Group
Mrs. Padmaja Ruparel, Co-Founder, Indian Angel Network
Mrs. Seema Chaturvedi, Founder, Sponsor, Managing Partner, and Investment Committee Member of AWE (Achieving Women Equity Funds)
Mr. Shankar Narayanan, Founder and Managing Director, Sanaka Capital;
Mr. Yaron Daniely, General Partner, aMoon Fund
Mrs. Sudha-Shivkumar, President, FICCI Flo
Mr. Ajay Nanavati, Chairman Quantum Advisors
Prof. David Zeltser, Global Medical Director, Medix Group
Mrs. Anat Bernstein-Reich, Chief Executive Officer, BDO Consulting India-Israel Investment BankingThese renowned personalities contributed their expertise and insights to the evaluation process, ensuring that the winners of the Medix Digital Health Innovation Challenge 2023 stood out as truly exceptional. Over 1,000 attendees at the event witnessed the announcement of the Winner and the two runners-up.
Jumping Minds, the winner of the challenge, offers an innovative solution in the realm of mental well-being. Their platform serves as an anonymous, safe, and secure service for the younger generations. It smartly connects them to the right peers dedicated to personal and emotional development. This involves an empathetic peer-to-peer community where individuals don’t just vent but have meaningful conversations with smartly matched friends to feel belongingness, get clarity and validation.
MyHealthcare, the first runner-up in the challenge, offers a digital care ecosystem that improves healthcare delivery services, enhancing patient care outcomes.
NewMi, the second runner-up, excels in women’s healthcare by offering a comprehensive approach to address women specific health issues.
Ms. Sigal Atzmon, CEO and Founder of Medix Global, highlighted the challenge’s impact: “The Digital Health Innovation Challenge 2023 is a testament to our persistent dedication to cultivating innovation and collaboration in the Indian healthcare space as a shared value company. It is incredible to witness the innovative and impactful solutions presented during the challenge by Indian start-ups. India is close to my heart, and I believe the Indian healthcare sector has the potential to become a global hub for innovations in healthcare.”
Medix Global commits to provide mentorship, resources, and industry experts to help winners grow and make a lasting impact on India’s healthcare landscape.
For further information about the Digital Health Innovation Challenge, Medix Global, and its initiatives, please visit www.medix-startups.com and www.medix-global.com
Medix is a ground-breaking medical management company engineered to direct the full potential of leading science, expertise, treatments, and technology to people’s most critical health needs. Since 2006, Medix has been changing the course of health for millions of customers by delivering impactful medical responses that are borderless, personalised and data-driven. We embolden health & life insurers, brokers, employers, financial groups, consumer-facing retailers, distributors and governmental institutions to transcend conventional care models, moving beyond transactional care to better health, human, and financial outcomes.
Medix’ responses are tailored by world-leading medical teams and proprietary AI and data analytics: combining the best digital tools with real human presence and operations on the ground for any health need throughout life. Medix offerings span:
⦁ Medical Prevention: Tools to reduce risk and get ahead of health challenges, from self-triage digital HRAs to personalized screening plans to early diagnostics, detection and risk management.
⦁ Medical Case Management & Care Navigation: Continuous and multidisciplinary quality-driven responses to serious and complex medical conditions, optimising clinical pathways and ensuring the best medical outcomes.
⦁ Rehabilitation: Personalised assessment of rehabilitation needs and support on the path to recovery, from multidisciplinary advice to implementation of personalised rehabilitation management services.
⦁ Mental Health: Navigating the complex world of mental health, from diagnosis to treatment to long-term management., all the way to recovery.
Medix services can be found all over the world, active in more than 90 countries, servicing millions of customers with bases in Mumbai, New York, London, Munich, Tel Aviv, Singapore, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Melbourne and Hong Kong. As a shared value company, Medix drives social and economic growth in the communities we serve while delivering proven better medical and human outcomes. www.medix-global.com