While the healthcare industry has been embracing rapid developments, let's look into the most promising trends and technologies to invest in 2022.

5 Most Promising Healthcare Technologies to Invest in 2022

The healthcare sector experienced transition as a result of COVID-19, and this shift will last for years to come. Despite industry obstacles, the pandemic has led to a growing acceptance of new technology among patients, providers, and healthcare practitioners. These technologies lessen workplace stress and improved patient care.

But there is still hope for change. Many medical schools now include the use of technology in their curriculum; the new generation of medical practitioners has a distinct relationship with technology. They will be much more receptive to creative and technologically driven ideas as a result of their relationship.

The healthcare sector is anticipated to get stronger in 2022, thanks to modern breakthroughs and developments. After all, employing digital technology in the healthcare sector will increase revenue and productivity.

Most of the major alterations and recent trends are still in the process! The overall emphasis is on improving the accessibility and cost of healthcare services as well as diagnosing and treating illnesses earlier rather than later.


Anthony Jarrin


My name is Tony Jarrin, and I am the head of the Canaregio Group (US). We are a Real Estate holding in the hotel and hospitality sector, we’ve been diversifying in the last few years, specifically the couple of years before the pandemic, to telecom, financial services and other industries. Of course, we are still battling through the challenges that came to all of us in one way or another through the pandemic. I’m very honored to be a part of this group, and I appreciate the invitation that was made a little over a year ago. Actually, the first invitation was 2 years ago, but because of personal reasons I was only able to join a little over a year ago, and it’s been an amazing Club to be a part of. I met many new friends and great professionals. Everyone is a leader in their industry, a decision maker, has access to great networks, is really able to share connections and ideas and learn from everyone in different industries. I learnt about some sectors that I hadn’t even considered in the past, which is one of the benefits of these weekly Club meetings that we get to have and engage with. I am also able to understand what is going in other parts of the world that we’re involved in. I think it’s a tremendous concept and I can tell all people who are new to this Club: “You’re going to love to be a part of this group and meet new people and engage in different opportunities together!" 

Craig Astill

Managing Director & CEO at Caason Group (Australia)

I’m Craig Astill, I’m the CEO of Caason Group, an Australia based single family office in Melbourne. Our interests are primarily in the agro and agrotech space, as well as mining and mining tech. As a family office we are pretty diversified where we are investing into,  that also takes us out to environmental technologies, FinTech and also into IT. We primarily directly invest into companies which we hope will bring benefit to us. We’ve got several prominent examples of that and in some cases we think that we have already backed one or two companies that might potentially be unicorns. So, certainly this forum has been terrific to network with a number of interesting people that has helped us commercialize some of the technologies that we have invested into. That’s where I’ve seen the opportunity with the Club to genuinely present terrific networking opportunities on a global scale. 

Jon Bennion-Pedley

CEO at Investment Owl (Uganda)

I’ve met lots and lots of very interesting people through the Global Investment Leaders Club. 

I often say that I hate networking with a passion, nevertheless, I am very happy I joined this Club nearly 2 years ago! What it’s really helped me to do is to meet the kind of people I would not have met internationally, and to grow an international network. I’ve met some really fascinating people who are at the top of their game. It was very kindly said that all the members were leaders in their industries. I have really enjoyed being part of GILC and it’s been really valuable for me in terms of broadening my horizons globally. So yeah, I’m a fan of the Club!  

Barry Palte

Chairman at EQ Capital Partners (Australia)

I am a head of a family office as well as a technology investor with a focus on social impact. Food, agro-tech and water is one of the key areas of my investment interests, the second key is health-tech and the third key is circular economy. Although we are based in Australia our office is very international. 

Also, I’m a Chairman of an Africa-focused investment platform, and a Founding Partner and Co-Managing Partner of a healthcare fund, which is based out of Israel, which is quite recently linking into the GCC countries. I have quite a diverse portfolio, and I’ve been a member now for a number of years, and made some fantastic connections through the Club. It started with making friends and transitioned to actually connecting on personal levels with many other members. I’ve been very pleased to be a member.

Amer Fasihi

Co-founder at Kraydel (UK)

“You need to put yourself out there and talk to investors. My meetings [with investors] were very well managed. It was a very informal setting, and they were able to ask questions.  I was given 5 minutes to present my company, and then very structured questions from investors were facilitated. I’ve got 15-20 people very focused on one thing [my project]. They were able to get my answer to them, it built a really complete picture in a very short period of time. And then I could specifically ask them for a suggestion on how I can be a success! That's very important, because investors started thinking how can they help me, what can they do? Getting the investment is brilliant, but actually investors can make business happen not just through allocating capital, but also by enabling connections and advice. People invest in people, people don’t invest in slide decks!”

Anirudh Tripathy

CEO at KPM Asset (US)

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