The healthcare system in the US is unlike any other in the world. At its most fundamental level, it is really not a system at all. It actually came about over a number of years, almost by happenstance, connected directly to the American love affair with capitalism. Interestingly, our status as a leading provider of medical, pharmaceutical, and healthcare technology in the world is in no small part due to capitalism. If there is money to be made—we are all in. Beyond the economic benefits, are pharmaceuticals, devices and technology that help people live longer, healthier, more product lives. Digital technologies, specifically, are set to transform the industry in ways we’ve not yet considered. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of investment opportunities in this space. Choosing the right ones can be challenging. The place to begin is to look at the biggest issues facing healthcare today and then find the minds and the solutions that will best address those challenges most directly.