Swedish startups are leading the way in the global development of digital healthcare by providing access to different forms of healthcare through mobile, artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies. KRY is a doctor–patient app that lets doctors and psychologists meet patients over video. It has garnered a lot of attention – and some controversy. The company works with the publicly funded national health systems of the countries where it operates, which so far include Sweden, Norway and Spain.
Other examples of Swedish digital healthcare providers are Min Doktor, Flow Neuroscience, Doctrin, Enjo and Joint Academy, to name just a few.
Source : sweden.se