A health startup founder wants the NHS to open up its tender process after opaque deals - (Business Insider via NewsPoints Desk)

  • Ada Health, which aims to diagnose conditions through an app underpinned by artificial intelligence, believes that the NHS should be more transparent about how it works with technology companies, Business Insider reported Friday.
  • CEO Daniel Nathrath noted that "I admire the NHS but for a startup like us it's not so easy for us to understand the decision-making processes."

  • "Sometimes you seen suddenly the NHS make a deal with someone and you wonder how that happened," he said, adding that "I think it would be good and important actually to open deals to a public tender."

  • "I would really love for them to test the products and compare results and for it to be a very transparent process," Nathrath said.

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