Are we on the cusp of a healthcare revolution?

It is estimated that 70-80% of an individual’s wellbeing is influenced by factors outside medical control (e.g. education, diet, income levels, housing security, etc.). In other words, social inequality is a significant contributor to ill health. The pandemic has only highlighted this further.

With ballooning healthcare costs, the solution isn’t just to spend more money. More of the same will not work.

Our clients’ portfolios are invested in companies challenging the status quo. These companies seek to improve patient care while also reducing costs – revolutionising healthcare, making it more equitable and inevitable.