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270 – LuminaX Health Accelerator Showcase #4 Jakomi Mathews – Goto.Health & Ashley Hanger – Stripped Supply

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270 – LuminaX Health Accelerator Showcase #4 Jakomi Mathews – Goto.Health & Ashley Hanger – Stripped Supply

Finding better ways to give patients access to the healthcare they need.   Ashley Hanger is the founder of Stripped Supply, and Jakomi Mathews is the Founder and CEO of…
August 8, 2022

270 – LuminaX Health Accelerator Showcase #4 Jakomi Mathews – Goto.Health & Ashley Hanger – Stripped Supply

Finding better ways to give patients access to the healthcare they need.

 

Ashley Hanger is the founder of Stripped Supply, and Jakomi Mathews is the Founder and CEO of Goto.Health

 

Stripped Supply is Australia’s first diabetes subscription box. It aims to address the issue of diabetics running out of supplies.

 

Goto.Health connects patients and practitioners with GP and allied healthcare clinics.

 

In this episode, as part of the LuminaX showcase mini-series, Pete sits down with Jakomi and Ashley, who are going through the LuminaX Health Tech Accelerator Programme to hear what they’re up to. 

 

This episode explores the age-old issue of appointment setting in Australia in an effort to prevent financial loss and ensure patients are seen. Also, learn about one company that has created a community for supporting diabetics and a system to ensure they never run out of supplies. 

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at their companies, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here: Goto.Health and Stripped Supply 

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