Interface Health selects Curatio as one of the Top 12 Canadian Digital Health Startups

Curatio was recently chosen as one of the top 12 Digital Health Startups in Canada by Interface Health Society – an online digital health marketplace where innovator buyers such as hospitals, pharmaceutical organizations, researchers, and consumers are able to gain access to the digital health resources they need.

Studies shown by TELUS Health found that “89% of Canadians believe digital health technology will lead to better care;…[but] at least 85% report missing out on tech that would take control of their personal health”.

Why Curatio? “Connecting patients so they are never alone works. Curatio is one of the very few Canadian startups that is truly empowering patients to enjoy better health and healthcare providers and trusted parties to deliver better outcomes. Their successful pitch in a recent Dragon’s Den TV show is proof that other reputable Canadian investors and entrepreneurs believe their solution solves a real problem. I hope more Canadian patients and their families will start using Curatio soon. That’s why we chose their product to be one of the 12 tech innovations in the Interface Digital Health Showcase 2017.” – Michael Bidu, Founder & CEO Interface Health

The company recently launched the 2017 Interface Digital Health Showcase where buyers of innovation are now able to view, and match with the top 12 digital health organizations. By clicking the ‘MATCH ME’ button, Interface Health Society will organize an in-person meet up at their 6th Annual Interface Health Summit in Vancouver on October 16th and 17th 2017, or they will put you in direct contact with the right person at the designated company.

Interface Health Society wants to raise awareness of the top digital health platforms in Canada, and educate both consumers and health care providers about the benefits of digital health. We couldn’t be more honoured to be a part of their journey.

To learn more, head to and check out Part 1 of the 2017 Interface Showcase today.

Stephanie Oey