The healthcare sector is a space for innovation, with new technologies set to improve access and patient care.

Techround asked a panel of experts to provide their predictions on what the healthcare landscape would look like in 2023. Is remote healthcare on the rise? Will the role of non-doctor healthcare professionals grow?

To read the insights of Paul Christie, CEO of Tachmed, visit this link:

Tachmed’s mission is to transform access to healthcare through technology.

Bringing together breathtakingly ambitious scientists with world-class engineers, from across the spectrum and not just the life sciences, Tachmed will deliver new products that are transformative and disruptive.

Paul Christie, CEO of Tachmed, explained the company’s vision in an interview with Labiotech. To read the full interview visit:

Digital diagnostics technology will help improve the speed and ease of diagnosis, enabling medical professionals to get started on treatments much quicker.

What’s more is that empowering people to take charge of their own health will take the pressures away from hospitals and GPs, who are currently battling to find efficiency savings across all departments.

Find out more about what Paul Christie, CEO of Tachmed, had to say about the potential of diagnostics technology to Health Tech Newspaper via this link: