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Can Technology Revolutionize Women’s Healthcare?

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September 27, 2023 @ 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm EDT

The progression of technology is poised to have a significant impact on women’s health.

Technology provides a unique opportunity to bridge gaps in women’s care, particularly in highly stigmatized areas, and can assist in delivering culturally sensitive and tailored care (providing that it’s validated in diverse patient populations). Accordingly, investment in technology for women has soared during the past decade.

As players in the space target new areas within women’s health, they’ll focus not only on developing innovative products but also on opportunities to serve unmet needs for women’s health, improve medical research, and increase education and accessibility to reach a larger consumer base.

Of course, the rise of these solutions also implicates a host of regulatory considerations, such as how companies will ensure the privacy of women’s health data. Further, many new platforms in this arena are still viewed as niche investment opportunities, and funding must catch up significantly compared with other healthcare sectors. These factors can make it challenging for women’s health technology platforms to gain traction and scale up.

Despite these challenges, the women’s healthcare market is getting a long-overdue makeover.

Please join 131 & Counting for a highly informative panel discussion in which they will cover topics such as patient engagement with these technology platforms, garnering funding from the male-dominated venture capital industry, health literacy, women-specific health data, regulatory challenges and more.


  • Kelli Frias || Assistant Professor of Marketing, American University
  • Maimah Karmo || CEO, Tigerlily Foundation
  • Paige Soya || Managing Director, K Street Capital
  • Kathryn Schubert || President and CEO, Society for Women’s Health Research
  • Dahna Goldstein || Director, Halcyon Angels


SWHR’s President and CEO Kathryn Schubert will be speaking at this event.

Space is limited. Please register online by September 22.

About 131 & Counting: About 131 & Counting: 131 & Counting was founded by Women in Government Relations (WGR), Women’s Bar Association (WBA), Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), Young Government Leaders (YGL), Bloomberg Government (BGov) and Holland & Knight. Formed in November 2018, 131 & Counting takes its name from the 131 women serving in both congressional chambers for the session that started in January 2019, marking the highest percentage of women in Congress in our nation’s history. The strategic goal of 131 & Counting is to increase the number of women in Congress and public policy positions. To achieve that end, 131 & Counting holds educational and social forums to build a bipartisan network of women leaders by bringing together women public policy professionals, women congressional staff and women lawmakers.

Please note: Holland & Knight is taking enhanced health and safety measures to safeguard its personnel, clients and guests due to concerns regarding COVID-19. As with firm personnel, we are asking our guests to refrain from attending this event in person if they or anyone with whom they have had close contact have tested positive for COVID-19 or have experienced any COVID-19 symptoms in the 10 days prior to the event.


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