Swedish healthcare is heading into trouble. Fast. As the demand for care skyrockets, training enough doctors and nurses to keep up with the demand will be impossible. Pushing innovation to make better use of existing resources will be absolutely necessary and Martin Lindman, the co-founder and CEO of Doktor.se, is working on just that.
His company is digitizing Swedish care and has quickly become the second largest actor in this space, catching up on the number one spot currently held by the competitor Kry. And it's an attractive first spot. The health care market in Sweden alone is worth $58 Billion, or close to five times the global market for music. Yes, you read that right. Don't miss this conversation with Martin, who also happens to be one of the nicest guys to ever set foot in the studio.