While women's representation in the leadership ranks of US Fortune 500 healthcare companies and hospitals has slowly increased, digital health startups and venture capital firms have made little progress. In fact, it’ll take nearly 100 years to reach gender parity among healthcare VC partners—and that's if 50% of new hires are women starting today.
This year, our survey of individuals working at startups and VCs revealed that the most common initiatives to promote gender equity may not be the most effective. The good news? It’s clear the industry is ready for change—and committed to making it happen. For more takeaways and tactical solutions to create equitable, diverse workplaces, read our 2019 report on the state of gender equity in healthcare.
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