Malgosia Ratajska
2017, Europe
The quality and cost of healthcare for expectant mothers can be improved with her mobile apps
Internet and Web

In 2014 Malgosia Ratajska left her job as a Public Affair Officer in Brussels in order to build Yagram Health from the ground up. This mobile health app uses an ever-growing artificial intelligence algorithm to enable healthcare providers to offer therapeutic guidelines and to improve patient relationships outside of medical visits.

While Yagram is currently geared toward improving the quality and cost of healthcare for expectant mothers, Ratajska envisions that the startup’s technology will one day be extended to provide this same type of integrated health care for a variety of medical conditions to patients around the world.