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Not Just Women's Health: Trends in Fertility Tech (Leslie Schrock)

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Women's health refers to a broad range of medical and wellness services specifically tailored to address the unique health concerns of women. Particular focus is on reproductive health, fertility, and menopause. Technology supporting women’s health can go from EHR records, telemedicine services, medical imaging, diagnostic and IVF technology, wearable devices for monitoring health, menstrual cycles, menopause symptoms, robotic surgery in gynecology, and more.

This episode focuses on the fertility market with investor Leslie Shrock, author, entrepreneur, and angel investor working at the convergence of health and technology. Leslie Schrock wrote two books: Bumpin’: The Modern Guide to Pregnancy, which mixes the latest clinical research with practical advice for working families and Fertility Rules, published in June 2023, which addresses male and female fertility. In this discussion, Leslie shared her insights into:

- key misconceptions and lack of knowledge we have around fertility,

- how is the market developing,

- what technologies she is hoping to see,

- what investment models seem to be working so far.

Recap: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/fertility-womenshealth-leslie-schrock

Newsletter: https://fodh.substack.com/

Website: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com

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Women's health refers to a broad range of medical and wellness services specifically tailored to address the unique health concerns of women. Particular focus is on reproductive health, fertility, and menopause. Technology supporting women’s health can go from EHR records, telemedicine services, medical imaging, diagnostic and IVF technology, wearable devices for monitoring health, menstrual cycles, menopause symptoms, robotic surgery in gynecology, and more.

This episode focuses on the fertility market with investor Leslie Shrock, author, entrepreneur, and angel investor working at the convergence of health and technology. Leslie Schrock wrote two books: Bumpin’: The Modern Guide to Pregnancy, which mixes the latest clinical research with practical advice for working families and Fertility Rules, published in June 2023, which addresses male and female fertility. In this discussion, Leslie shared her insights into:

- key misconceptions and lack of knowledge we have around fertility,

- how is the market developing,

- what technologies she is hoping to see,

- what investment models seem to be working so far.

Recap: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/fertility-womenshealth-leslie-schrock

Newsletter: https://fodh.substack.com/

Website: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com

  continue reading

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