Digital Healthcare

digital healthcare

The global healthcare market is a 10 trillion-dollar industry growing faster than the GDP of many countries. In this many-faceted market, Carnegie Development seeks cutting-edge opportunities where investments can make the most impact and yield the highest returns.

Medical technology is evolving rapidly and affecting personalized medicine and care services. New research and technology innovation are revolutionizing the way medicine is taught, researched and applied. Technology expertise within this sector is highly specialized and is increasing demand. Our focus will be on identifying and investing in manpower companies and knowledge platforms that develop and supply this specialized pool of medical technology experts.

Healthcare Technology

Our leadership team monitors healthcare trends to identify emerging markets and promising technologies. Increasingly, growth markets within healthcare focus on making care more convenient, more efficient, and more secure.

Current Trends of Interest

Data Security

Data Security

The volume of patient records, proprietary information, and other medical data stored and shared electronically is growing exponentially. The industry’s unique needs require custom-designed solutions maximizing both data security and the efficiency with which information can be stored and used.

Healthcare Staffing

Healthcare Staffing

Innovative technology benefits firms that supply doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to hospitals and other providers.

Patient-Managed Wellness

Patient-Managed Wellness

Increasingly, apps and other devices assist people in taking charge of their own wellness and preventative healthcare, reducing the long-term need for more costly and inconvenient treatment.

Telehealth & Telemedicine

Telehealth & Telemedicine

Doctor’s office visits and other onsite appointments are costly and time-consuming for patients and providers. There is growing acceptance that conducting many interactions remotely using technology is both safe and effective. Telehealth and telemedicine remain in their early stages with significant, unexplored potential.