Why Andreessen Horowitz's Julie Yoo sees AI as a 'leapfrog opportunity' for healthcare
The Silicon Valley venture firm Andreessen Horowitz in recent years has been investing heavily in healthcare and biotech, guided by its well-known mantra that “software will eat the world.”
The investing team, which has $35 billion under management, in 2019 charged general partner Julie Yoo to apply the thesis to the doctor’s office and see if software could eat care delivery, too. Before her time in VC, Yoo co-founded Kyruus, an enterprise software company for health systems.
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