Top 15 Healthtech Startups of 2024

Zena Al Maskari
By Zena Al Maskari July 2, 2024

Healthtech solutions are rising in the ranks as the healthcare industry continues to experience aggressive growth in the digitalization of services. Practitioners and patients alike are expecting increasingly seamless, instantly accessible, and connected care. In fact, the worldwide digital health market is forecast to hit $1,592 billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 25.3%. 

Moreover, the heightened uptake of wearable tech like smartwatches means that more people are tapping into their health metrics from the comfort of their screens. Particularly for individuals with chronic conditions, technology is proving increasingly valuable in nurturing quality of life and symptom management. An added bonus is that many apps are embedding functions for people to share insights with their doctors. 

Here’s a look at emerging healthtech startups to keep a pulse on this year. 

1. Curai

Self-proclaimed as the ‘pioneer in clinical AI,’ Curai offers comprehensive telemedicine solutions for patients and organizations. 

Their wide-spanning services include urgent care, disease management, and preventative care. Curai also cuts down stress time for individuals by directly connecting them with a qualified practitioner, enabling them to access diagnoses efficiently. 

Curai’s AI-assisted primary care model is breaking down barriers to higher quality service and better patient outcomes at lower cost and time consumption.

2. Paloma Health

Thyroid disease affects around 200 million people worldwide, hugely disrupting daily lives—yet despite its prevalence, thyroid dysfunction can be notoriously difficult to manage. Enter Paloma Health, a platform dedicated to treating hypothyroidism. 

For $20 a month, users can sign up for a membership to access exclusive care from hypothyroid specialists. Services include a dedicated care manager, easy medication management, symptom trackers, and unlimited messaging and support. 

Paloma Health is also looking to empower patients—users can even access online courses on thyroid health to better understand the disease. 

3. Poplin

Trying to conceive can be an extremely difficult experience for some couples, and dealing with the added complexities of traditional health systems can only fan the flames of distress. Poplin is transforming this experience for couples, offering a simplified approach to navigating pre-pregnancy wellness.

Offering comprehensive diagnostics through bloodwork for men and women, Poplin provides individuals with personalized reports so they can gauge their fertility health. The platform also connects couples with experts to map out an action plan based on their results. 

Fertility struggles can be an incredibly isolating experience for many, and Poplin is trying to ease this by providing couples with support and guidance every step of the way in their pre-pregnancy plans. 

4. NeraCare

Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of the disease: harrowing stats show that 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70. Frighteningly, five or more sunburns can double your risk of melanoma. 

NeraCare is aiding healthcare professionals in combatting this disease. As a leading developer of laboratory tests for personalized survival prediction for patients, NeraCare provides actionable insights to guide treatment plans. 

5. Dosty

Pet parents often struggle to decide when illness requires a trip to the vet or can be addressed at home. Dosty is the virtual assistant supporting owners in managing daily routines, tracking health and lifestyle changes, and offering resources and advice on pet health and behavior. 

Brand new to the market, Dosty is on the hunt to partner with other pet care providers to optimally guide individuals in managing their pets’ wellbeing. 

6. Modern Health

A B2B app assisting organizations in nurturing employee well-being, Modern Health provides therapy and coaching in the workplace. 

Its technology is helping companies tailor scalable well-being strategies through a unified platform. Employers are able to access real-time, anonymized insights to keep pace with how their teams are feeling. Moreover, Modern Health’s platform helps spot symptoms of anxiety, depression, or burnout—the biggest mental health challenges for employers. 

7. CodaMetrix

Medical coding is the most expensive component of revenue cycles. CodaMetrix is helping hospitals and clinics combat this, accelerating revenue cycles through AI solutions. 

Their tools enable automation mid-revenue cycle which requires heavy lifting to code unstructured data and apply payer rules. CodaMetrix replicates customers’ best coders and practices to automate medical coding at unlimited scale.  

8. Callyope

Callyope is on a mission to improve patient monitoring in psychiatry. Quality of care and treatment management are current weak points: according to Callyope’s website, one in two patients is re-hospitalized within 12 months, and some individuals need over two years to find the right antidepressant treatment. 

Through a platform that analyzes patient speech in a one-minute voice test, Callyope is empowering psychiatrists to deliver personalized care and cut down timeframes for mapping out appropriate treatment plans. 

Their platform-based speech test can be accessed either in-clinic or within the comfort of one’s home, analyzing patients’ voice (acoustics) and language (content). Powered by their very own natural language processing (NLP) and signal processing techniques, Callyope’s technology is aiding psychiatrists in transforming patient care. 

9. Newel Health

Newel Health has set out to future-proof healthcare, leveraging data and technology to help companies maximize digital medicine and digital therapeutics (DTx). 

They’re taking the industry-wide challenge of disengaged patients head-on, providing partners with robust, turnkey pathways to innovate advanced digital healthcare solutions. Additionally, Newel Health ensures high compliance and security adherence, which is another major headache in the medical landscape. 

10. Clue

With over 10 million active monthly users, Clue empowers individuals to understand their menstrual cycles. Featuring over 30 tracking options, Clue provides curated insights so people can live in sync with their cycle. 

The platform also allows users to share medical reports with their healthcare providers as well as options to delete data at any time. Additional services include tips and insights from medical experts so that individuals are more aware of what to expect in their cycles. 

11. Elektra Health

Individuals experiencing menopause have gone unnoticed for too long. Elektra Health is changing this and is on a mission to smash the menopause taboo.

Founded by an all-female team, Elektra Health is empowering women to thrive through menopause. The company is offering users a comprehensive approach combining telemedicine care from board-certified clinicians with education and community support. 

Elektra Health’s platform provides individuals with a personalized care plan that includes prescriptions and lab work as needed, as well as regular follow-up messaging and visits. In fact, the platform is currently offering free memberships this year! 

12. Spectrums AI

Neurodivergence is heavily stigmatized, and intellectually disabled people are hugely marginalized in the workforce. That’s why Kevin Esmezyan teamed up with his dad, Sean, to bring to life. 

The platform leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to track factors like weather, food, and nutrition, providing daily insights that help identify contextual conditions and symptoms such as mood swings and panic attacks. then offers users (caretakers in some cases) suggested care options, providing curated reports that can be shared with external organizations such as doctors, employers, and educators. 

The platform aims to create a safer space for neurodivergent people to live, learn, and work in by empowering involved parties with the right tools and insights to manage symptoms. 

13. Sovn

The last thing anyone wants to deal with is bad sleep. Sovn is addressing two major root causes of disrupted sleep: teeth grinding and clenching. 

Upon signing up, users are provided with earbuds. Their advanced sensor technology algorithms detect sleep disruptions in real-time, generating gentle vibrations to stop jaw movements without waking users. Individuals can also access in-app insights and guidance to change behaviors and kick the nighttime habit once and for all. 

14. Epsy Health

Epilepsy is one of the most prevalent (and misunderstood) neurological conditions, affecting more than 50 million people around the world. Every individual’s experience with the disease is highly unique, and tracking symptoms can be as big a challenge as managing them. 

An award-winning app, Epsy Health is aiding over 120 thousand people to track and manage seizures, medication, and triggers. It allows users to access individualized analytics all in one place, as well as providing shareability functionality so patients can convey patterns and results to their doctors. 

15. Evvy

Developed in collaboration with leading obstetrics and gynecology experts from the likes of Stanford and Northwestern, Evvy has helped over 25,000 individuals take charge of their vaginal health. According to their website, over 30% of people have an imbalanced vaginal microbiome, wreaking havoc on their ability to lead normal daily lives. 

The Evvy platform is interconnected with the at-home vaginal microbiome testing kits, allowing users to proactively track results and take action accordingly. Individuals are also able to access insights around behaviors that affect the microbiome for long-term proactive healthcare management.