The tech behind NZ mammogram software firm Volpara’s global success

The tech behind NZ mammogram software firm Volpara’s global success
Around 42% of mammograms in the US touch Volpara software, says CEO Teri Thomas. (Image: Volpara)
Ben Moore
Volpara Health has become a staple name in the medtech industry as a software provider to detect breast cancer in mammogram images.The company was founded in 2009, listed on the Australian securities exchange (ASX) in 2016 and since then has seen strong growth.Chief executive Teri Thomas said 42% of mammograms in the United States touch at least one of Volpara’s products.“We doubled the number of big healthcare organisation engagements in the United States over the last year … from 10 to 20, so we've had record growth and...

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