About Us

About Us:


Kirsten Karchmer is a health tech pioneer and women’s health expert. Kirsten is the founder of Conceivablewhere she developed patent-pending predictive analytics and assessment tools and solution protocols to optimize fertility and women’s health while improving long-term health outcomes.

In her 20 year clinical practice, she fixed over 10,000 periods to improve infertile women’s fertility. In 2013, Kirsten translated her successful clinical programs into technology enabled platforms that provide an affordable and scalable fertility solution. Conceivable was named one of the most innovative health tech startups from MedTech in 2015, Best Fertility App by Healthline in 2016 and has been featured in TechCrunch, Fox News, The New York Observer, PSFK, The Daily Dot, Huffington Post and featured in the series Women Who Tech are Dangerous.

Kirsten has presented at SXSW, Health 2.0, Fertility PlanIt, and lectures internationally on infertility, PCOS, endometriosis, women’s health, the future of integrative medicine, and using technology to better serve patients, providers, and healthcare systems. Kirsten has been recognized as one of the top female start-up founders to watch, the recipient of the Texas Trailblazer award for innovation in health care, and is a contributor to Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Thinx and Goop Magazine. She is currently publishing a new book, Seeing Red with Simon and Schuster.