Carine Carmy / Origin
The founder of Origin discusses women's health, gender bias in medicine, and the building a women's health company that provides physical therapy for overlooked health issues
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Carine Carmy is the founder of Origin, a women's health company that provides physical therapy for overlooked health issues. In our conversation, Carine discusses gender bias in medicine and explains how it has led to systemic issues in the healthcare system.
Until the 1990s, women were not required to be included in clinical trials and as a result, this has impacted our understanding of how certain diseases or illnesses present themselves in women. The conversation around women's health has often centered around reproductive health or fertility, but over the past decade, through the work of companies such as Origin, physicians have a more holistic understanding of how care must evolve.
In this conversation, Carine discusses Origin, breaks down the health tech ecosystem focused on women's health, and how Origin is measuring outcomes to overcome the issues mentioned above.