The World Health Summit Startup Track highlighted innovative ideas from all over the world with the potential to revolutionize healthcare and improve global health. From among all applicants, 25 startups were invited to the World Health Summit, including 10 finalists who pitched their business concepts in front of jury and audience. The Startup Track was launched in 2015 and was held until 2018 under the Patronage of Hermann Gröhe, German Minister of Health (until 2018).
Winner of the World Health Summit Startup Track 2018: Eyeluminati, India
Entrepreneur: Roopam Sharma
Product: The glove Manovue, the world's first intelligent personal assistant for the visually impaired.
Winner of the World Health Summit Startup Track 2017: doctHERs, Pakistan
Entrepreneur: Asher Hasan
Product: Digitally connecting women in low- and middle-income countries to improve access to health.
Winner of the World Health Summit Startup Track 2016: iFeel Labs, Israel
Entrepreneur: Elad Fein
Product: Respiratory digital therapy that helps asthma sufferers to improve their lung function through popular games converted into biosense games.
Winner of the World Health Summit Startup Track 2015: mPharma, Ghana
Entrepreneur: Gregory Rockson
Product: Prescription and health data analytics offering medical databases for areas with weak infrastructure development.