Reporting for TODAY, Maria Shriver, WAM Founder and Cleveland Clinic Strategic Partner for Women’s Health and Alzheimer’s, attended a women’s health event where she met three industry disrupters who are behind innovations fueling the “FemTech” movement.

Before 1993, clinical trials were not required to include women, leading to a knowledge gap when it comes to women’s health. FemTech has emerged as a response to this gap, aiming to bridge the disparities with high-tech tools, including wearables that can transmit realtime health data to researchers and physicians.

Femtech is gaining traction with investors, and The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) recently committed $100 million to invest in women’s health.

“We have the technology, we have the research, and we now have the funding,” said Alicia Chong Rodriguez, Founder and CEO of Bloomer Tech. “It’s a huge opportunity to drive change.”

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