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Charlotte’s top Digital Healthcare employers | 2023

By Charlotte Clancy

From new tech launches to huge funding rounds, it’s an exciting time in Digital Healthcare. Here’s Charlotte’s top picks of employers…

Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic in a lot of different industries this year, and the MedTech market is no different – AI really is taking the world by storm. The organisations we work with are already the creators of some mind-blowing tech, so pairing this innovation with AI developments is making for a very interesting digital healthcare market.

As this use of AI continues to skyrocket, we’re increasingly seeing it brought up in conversations with candidates. New product launches are happening every week and there are some huge funding rounds being secured – making digital healthcare a really exciting space to work in right now…

So, who are some of the organisations that I think are making great employers in the market?

DrDoctor

DrDoctor landed a £10M funding round this February and has an exciting growth trajectory ahead. The organisation offers cloud-based patient management tools that streamline and automate doctor and patient processes in medical environments, saving hospitals time, effort and money – a prime example of what can be achieved with the use of digital healthcare technology.

From extra ‘DrDoctor bank holidays’ to four annual ‘duvet days’ for those days you just don’t fancy working, the organisation is certainly putting its employees first. New parents also benefit from enhanced parental leave of up to 16 fully paid weeks for anything who brings a child into their home – whether this is via birth, adoption or surrogacy.

Doctolib

Similar to DrDoctor, Doctolib is a cloud-based appointment scheduling and patient referral tool that helps doctors manage appointments, refer patients to colleagues, exchange patient information online and more. The organisation’s total funding sits at $815M after securing a huge $500M of Series F funding last year – making for a whole host of innovation and growth.

The organisation offers a wide range of benefits to employees, from extended maternity and paternity leave to reimbursed travel and free sports lessons and company-wide socials (with the cleverly named ‘Doctoberfest’ being a personal favourite!)

And with a three-month onboarding plan, Doctolib sets new employees up off the best possible foot giving them structured training as part of the ‘Doctolib Academy’ – more than enough to settle those new job nerves!

Civica

Civica is the UK’s leading public sector software provider and has over 22 years of sustained year-on-year growth – making it a solid pick for candidates looking for a move. Supporting the NHS with multiple software products, the organisation helps clinicians, frontline workers and key decision-makers enhance patient pathways and safety.

Right now, candidates are placing job security high on their agenda – and with Civica supporting over 500 health and care providers, its big name provides some well-needed stability. Alongside its reputation, the organisation is listed as a Top Rated Employer on Glassdoor with an average 9-year retention length and holds a Gold Investors in People accreditation.

It was also named as this year’s Financial Times’ Diversity Leader due to its commitment to providing a supportive and inclusive culture, and prioritised supporting employees’ mental health – another thing we’re seeing candidates value a lot recently.

Butterfly Network

Butterfly Network is the creator of the world’s only single-probe, whole-body handheld ultrasound device. Securing $5230M of funding so far, the organisation is going through a highly innovative phase with new releases such as the ‘Butterfly Garden’, an AI marketplace for custom AI applications.

With innovative products and great wider employee benefits, I expect to be hearing more candidates talking about the Butterfly Network as it continues to grow at a fast rate. Not to forget new pet parents get time off work – who doesn’t love the idea of pawternity leave?!

Nuvoair

Nuvoair combines the use of a smartphone application, Bluetooth spirometer and a clinician portal to support people living with complex heart and lung conditions like COPD, Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), and Asthma around the world. Having recently appointed two distinguished healthcare executives, Karen Piacentini and Alexander Packard, to its board of Directors, the new few years are looking really exciting for the organisation.

Named in Glassdoor’s ‘Best Places to Work’ awards, Nuvoair thrives off its ‘ mission-driven culture’ with a global, diverse team who claim not to take themselves too seriously! Benefits include unlimited PTO for time off to recharge when needed, venture-backed equity and medical, dental and vision care for employees and their families.

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Who do you think are the biggest companies to watch in the digital healthcare space? And what do you think the future holds for the market?

If you want to discuss how AI and digital healthcare are changing the future of MedTech or are looking to grow your team, FMC Meditech can help! Please feel free to get in touch with me on +44 (0) 1522 812 241 or email me at charlotte.clancy@fmctalent.com.

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