HIT Consultant November 25, 2022
Fred Pennic

We reached out to six digital health executives for their key takeaways and reflection from attending the recent HLTH22 conference.

Sunny Kumar, MD, Partner at GSR Ventures, a $3B AUM venture firm investing in early-stage digital health companies.

The most fascinating element of HLTH 2022 were the concurrent contrasts. Set against a challenging macroeconomic environment with decreases in venture funding and near-daily headlines of large layoffs cutting across the tech ecosystem, the energy and atmosphere at HLTH was positively exuberant with frequent comparisons to CES or even Coachella. As the attendees – from startups to investors to purchasers – look forward, there’s no doubt that the health tech community will have to adapt to a new, and potentially more...

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