Posts in Junto & HealthTech Women
When Emotion Gets in the Way of Adoption: Overcoming the Fundamental Challenge for any Health Tech Company

Recently, the Chief Product Officer of Celmatix, Angie Lee, gave an incredibly engaging speech at an event held by HealthTech Women called "Take Charge of Your Reproductive Health & Biological Clock". Focused on the advances in DNA and reproductive health technology, and how this information is empowering women to make smarter decisions about their health, this talk provided a platform for a topic that is often pushed to the side and behind closed doors.

Inspired by the speech she gave, we asked Angie to expand further on her thoughts about the importance of presenting data in an approachable manner to address infertility by authoring a guest article for us.  


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An Interview with Gina Bartasi

Despite the fact that women make up 78% of the healthcare workforce, only 8 of the top 100 hospitals have female CEOs. Rock Health reported in a study of gender in the healthcare field that out of 125 women who work at a Fortune 500 healthcare company only 5 were in operating roles such as COO or president. This major disparity if why Junto Health and HealthTech Women have united to increase the visibility of female leaders in healthcare. For the inaugural profile of our joint series we choose to highlight one of today's major leaders in the fertility and family planning arena - Gina Bartasi.

Gina Bartasi has been a leader in the health tech field for over 20 years, providing endless insight and experience in platform and program design.

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Junto Health & HealthTech Women

We are excited to announce an official partnership between Junto Health and HealthTech Women. In today's current state of healthcare reform and policy changes it of vital importance that women have a voice in the healthcare industry. The widely circulated images from a few weeks ago of an all-male room discussing women's health issues in the American Health Care Act is just one demonstration of why women need a seat at the table. 

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