Ogweno Stephen’s startup, Lifesten Health, has been announced as the winner of the CV Healthtech Kigali Challenge by the Novartis Foundation. The challenge aims to improve access to cardiovascular health screening in Kigali, Rwanda, and Lifesten Health addresses this challenge by introducing the ability for individuals to remotely diagnose themselves using their phone as a tool.
Lifesten Health is a healthcare company that offers incentive-based wellness programs that create experiences that empower individuals to achieve their health goals in a fun, exciting, and rewarding manner. The company’s innovative approach to healthcare is designed to make it more accessible and convenient for individuals to take control of their health.
The win in the CV Healthtech Kigali Challenge is a significant achievement for Lifesten Health and it gives the startup an opportunity to contribute to improving access to diagnostics and cardiovascular health on a wide scope in Rwanda. This is a great accomplishment for the company and for Stephen Ogweno who is the co-founder and CEO of Lifesten health. This win is a testament to the effectiveness of Lifesten Health’s approach to healthcare and it highlights the potential of the company to make a positive impact on the healthcare sector in Rwanda and beyond.
Overall, the CV Healthtech Kigali Challenge win is a big win for Lifesten Health and it represents a significant opportunity for the company to contribute to improving access to cardiovascular health screening in Rwanda. The company’s innovative approach to healthcare, which utilizes remote diagnostics and incentive-based wellness programs, has been recognized as an effective solution to improve health outcomes in Rwanda.
In the meantime watch the Lifesten pitch during the Healthtech summit
Watch the announcement of the reward.