After a long break we are back with a jam-packed conference focusing on the Chinese HealthTech market. Join us this weekend November 13 and 14 2021. Here is the link for the live event on day 1 (November 13) and the one for day 2 (November 14). Program each day starts at 10:00 a.m. Shanghai (06:00 p.m. -1 San Francisco / 03:00 a.m. Berlin). Kudos to our many partners and contributors like Boehringer Ingelheim, Brinc, Healthcare Dialogues, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, SOSV, Tanzania Open Innovation Organization, Tencent, XNode – just to name a few. Our friends in China: Just scan the QR-Code on the bottom of the speaker poster below to join live over WeChat. Looking forward to welcome you aboard. A big Thank You / Xie Xie goes to the team of Medical Fair China in Beijing and Shanghai who are providing the platform and making sure all will run smoothly 🙂
India offers a great market opportunity for healthcare start-ups around the world. With over 1.3 billion population majority of people pay for healthcare expenses out-of-pocket. Given this ecosystem, healthcare providers are driven to innovative ideas that improve care, increase accessibility and reduce costs.
The Indian healthcare market is expected to reach $280 billion by 2020 driven by rising incomes, greater health awareness, lifestyle related diseases and increasing access to payers. The current value of the medical device/diagnostics market is estimated at $5 billion and growing. In India, there is one doctor for every 1,457 people which is lower than the WHO norm of 1:1000. This goes on to show the huge potential lying in front of healthcare start-ups in the 1.3 billion plus people economy.
India is one of the nations where the mortalities and morbidities of both communicable and non-communicable diseases are very high – creating a strong need for technology intervention to manage these diseases effectively amidst current infrastructure shortage.
And health care start-ups have a critical role to play. In the last few years, digital health start-ups are bringing in novel technologies like AI, remote based monitoring, telemedicine and are now an integral part of the Indian healthcare ecosystem. Contributing factors could be many, but primarily attributing to the digital impetus from the government and the recent release of the national health policy, there is not only traction but exponential growth in the number of tech product start-ups and the funding that they are garnering.
FTR4H creates a global innovation ecosystem to drive digital health. Are you driving digital health in India? Join the global platform that explores how digital transformation effects the healthcare industry during our FTR4H @ Medical Fair India lounge, 5-7 March 2020, in Mumbai convention centre, in collaboration with NASSCOM CoE IOT & AI as Official Digital Transformation Partner, to showcase your technology, network with your peers and gain access to international markets through our international platform.
We were back in Delhi for Medical Fair India 2019 and mingled with the vibrant health-tech community in Delhi – aka digital dilli. Partners like Data Natives, the global community of data-driven pioneers, Startupbootcamp Digital Health, one of the most serious health accelerators, GINSEP, the German Indian Start-up Exchange Program, and 91springboard, India’s vibrant coworking community for start-ups, freelancers and business owners with a start-up mindset, together with our global ambassadors Aline Noizet and Muthu Singaram curated an awesome 3-days conference program held at the FTR4H lounge in hall 10 of Pragati Maidan exhibition centre.
The highlight has been the inaugural FTR4H India Award, which has been held on Friday Feb 22ndat 16:00 live on stage. Start-ups from all over India had 3 minutes to pitch their digital health solution to the audience, the media, but even more important, to the jury.
First place and winning team were Janitri https://janitri.in/, who are working with a vision to see a world where no mother or baby die during pregnancy, delivery or post-delivery. The team is working on KEYAR which is an affordable, easy to use and wearable intra-partum FHR & contraction monitoring device. The disposable sensor patch sticks onto the mother’s belly to read up contractions and FHR. The device monitors both the parameters, analyses the pattern and further gives colour coded/sound alert if foetus is in distress. KEYAR communicates with their mobile application DAKSH which is an intrapartum monitoring mobile application for automated WHO partograph generation. DAKSH allows the staff nurse to register and enter vital signs of a pregnant woman. It reminds the staff nurse to monitor the labor vitals, as per the standard WHO intrapartum protocol. It also generates alerts in case of complications, based on an in-built algorithm.
The team of Yostra www.yostra.com got second place. They are a healthcare technology firm pioneering smart innovations to make healthcare more effective, affordable and sustainable for the cost sensitive developing market. Yostra is an interdisciplinary team of clinicians, designers and engineers, brought together by the common goal of making a positive impact in affordable healthcare. Diabetes is their core focus area and their team is working on Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy screening and Diabetic Foot Ulcer treatment, both of which have far reaching impact on public health. NEURO TOUCH www.neurotouch.co is a Point of Care, battery powered, multi-parameter diagnostic device for professional doctors to screen diabetic patients for symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy. It helps the clinician to perform four tests – Tactile Threshold (Monofilament), Vibration Perception Threshold Test, Thermal Perception Threshold Test and Infrared Thermometry. Using the smartphone-based NEURO TOUCH app, the data can be transferred to a web server which generates a test report.
Third place went to Mutelcor https://mutelcor.com/digital-health/, a technology consulting group headquartered in Germany with strong expertise in telecommunication, IoT and Digital Health technologies. Mutelcor Digital Health solution comprising of a doctor web portal, patient mobile app and intelligent patient data analytics tool is a secure, HL7 Standards compliant, cloud based end to end remote patient monitoring platform. The solution has been successfully implemented in 8 hospitals in India with over 1000 patients enrolled in the first six months of the launch. A one month pilot trial was successfully concluded by doctors in Brazil in 2018 and another trial is expected to begin in Malaysia.
Congratulations to the winning teams and to all start-ups who participated. You are now part of the Global FTR4H Society and we will do our utmost to support your ongoing journey to make this a better planet! See you next year in Mumbai March 5 – 7 2020 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre for our 4th edition of FTR4H lounge in Incredible India.
After its official inauguration in India in 2017 and a successful global roadshow in 2018 including a stop in Mumbai, FTR4H – the global digital health society – will be back in Delhi 21 to 23 February 2019 for Medical Fair India at Pragati Maidan exhibition center.
The FTR4H team organizes a 120 sqm lounge and stage performance in hall 10 around the latest trends in digital health. Meet and mingle with digital health aficionados from India and abroad, with three FTR4H Global Ambassadors present at the show: Aline Noizet, Muthu Singaram, and Mark Wächter.
Presentations, insights, keynotes
Next to global partners like Data Natives, GINSEP and Startupbootcamp, FTR4H is also cooperating with India’s largest co-working operator 91springboard. The lounge will showcase the latest in digital health solutions from exhibitors like i-Team and Winglobe, and will also be the host for startups from all over India like CardioTrack, Janitri, Onco-Connect, and Yostra Labs. A three days conference with expert talks, fireside chats, panel discussions, and startup demos will be held on site.
Entry is free, just register online here to redeem your ticket. If you are interested to speak on stage in the context of how Mobile, IOT, Data, AI, Blockchain or Robotics transform healthcare or if you want to do a demo pitch of your startup free of charge, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and give a bit of background.
There is also a chance to exhibit as a startup. For INR 30,000 you’ll get a 1 sqm booth incl. logo placement in the lounge incl. WiFi, power supply, locker, access to lounge facilities and VIP guest club to meet with clients.
If you are driving digital health in India, the FTR4H lounge in Delhi is a must-attend event.
…these are all topics of this years’ accompanying program of the MEDICA APP COMPETITION, taking place on November 14th 2018 from 1 pm to 6 pm at the CONNECTED HEALTH FORUM in Hall 15 of the MEDICA WORLD FORUM FOR MEDICINE in Düsseldorf.
We will start with a general overview of how mobile, IoT, data, AI & robotics are transforming healthcare, thoughts on innovation in healthcare, AI, and blockchain, we will touch upon the future of medication management and more, before hearing pitches of pre-selected healthcare startups.
Do you have a mobile healthcare solution you would like to present? See the rules and application details for the MEDICA APP COMPETITION 2018 HERE. (Or go to the original MEDICA APP COMPETITION WEBSITE with last years winners and jury members HERE. )
moderated by Mark Wächter, Mobile Strategy Consultant
When: Wednesday, 14 November 2018, 13:00 h to 18:00 h
Where: MEDICA Exhibition Centre, hall 15 / stand 15C24
13:00 h – 13:05 h Future for Health: How mobile, IoT, data, AI & robotics transform healthcare (Mark Wächter, FTR4H Chief Evangelist)
13:05 h – 13:20 h Making the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation (Peter Vorländer, Innovation Lead Germany, Philips HealthWorks)
13:20 h – 13:35 h Sequencing – The new power in fighting serious diseases with big data (Dr. Fang Chen, Director of R&D Center, MGI)
12:35 h – 13:45 h The AI revolution in medicine (Agnieszka Walorska, CEO, Creative Construction Heroes / BVDW Lab AI & Health)
13:45 h – 14:00 h How blockchain is impacting healthcare (Tjaša Zajc, Business Developer, and Healthcare Communications Manager, Iryo)
14:00 h – 14:15 h Manage the digital health data tsunami (Elena Poughia, MD at Dataconomy Media and Data Natives Founder)
14:15 h –14:30 h Medication management into the future (Lea Dias, Healthcare & Robotics Expert)
14:30 h – 14:40 h Beyond the pond: The promise of mHealth in Africa (Dr. Moka Lantum, MD, MS, CEO MicroClinic Technologies)
14:40 h – 14:50 h Beyond the pond: The health InsurTech revolution in China (Sebastien Gaudin, CEO & Co-Founder, The Care Voice)
14:50 h – 15:00 h FTR4H @ SXSW 2019 festival – an inspiring fusion (Tom Mitchell, President & CEO, Messe Düsseldorf North-America Mirko Whitfield, International Development SXSW EMEA & Asia)
[Version: 27 July 2018, subject to changes]
7th MEDICA App COMPETITION (#7MAC)
15:00 h – 15:05 h Welcome & introduction 7th MEDICA App COMPETITION (Christian Grosser, Deputy Director MEDICA, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH Mark Wächter, Moderator and Host of MEDICA App COMPETITION)
15:05 h – 15:25 h Panel discussion: Global status in medical mobile solutions
Lars Buch, Managing Director, Startupbootcamp Digital Health
Dr. Klaus Stöckemann, Managing Partner, Peppermint Venture Partners
Moderator: Muthu Singaram, CEO, IIT Madras HTIC Incubator & Founder, VibaZone
15:25 h – 15:35 h Bayer #G4A: Hacking corporate culture through start-up collaboration (Oliver Gassner, Head of Digital Health Intelligence EMEA, Bayer)
15:35 h – 15:40 h MEDICA App COMPETITION: Rules, prices & 7MAC starting grid (Mark Wächter, Moderator and Host of MEDICA App COMPETITION)
15:40 h – 16:40 h MEDICA App COMPETITION: Live-pitch of 10 medical applications
3 minutes pitch & 2 minutes Q&A each
16:40 h – 16:55 h MEDICA App COMPETITION: Deliberation of jury & announcement of TOP 3 apps (Muthu Singaram, Jury Captain MEDICA App COMPETITION)
16:55 h – 17:00 h MEDICA App COMPETITION: Award ceremony (Mark Wächter, Moderator and Host of MEDICA App COMPETITION)
17:00 h – 18:00 h Drinks reception & celebration of the MAC winners
A solution to a problem is worth little without execution and adoption. But even before that the idea you might have needs validation and support. If you’re working in the digital health space, MEDICA App Competition is an opportunity you shouldn’t miss.
“Winning the competition brought us tremendous benefits regarding recognition, branding and finding new partners,” says Moka Lantum, serial entrepreneur and the CEO of Sagitarix Ltd, private health technology, and concierge medicines distribution company, which design iSikcure app – last year’s winner of the MEDICA App Competition.
MEDICA App competition for digital health startups is running 7th year in a row this year. Applications can be submitted until September 30th, 2018.
APPLY HERE and don’t forget to read the evaluation criteria before finalizing the application.
In essence,you are eligible to apply if you have a medical app for smartphones / tablets / smartwatches / AR or VR gears / drones. Solution that are NOT eligible are pure B2C solutions with focus on diet tips, fitness or wellness.
RECOGNITION: The most essential reward indeed is the global awareness created at MEDICA as well as through MEDICA means.
MONEY: The solution ranked number 1 will be rewarded with EUR 2,000, the number 2 with EUR 1,000 and the number 3 with EUR 500.
GRANTS AND MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS: Our partner SXSW grants two (2) ‘SXSW 2019 Interactive badge registrations’ worth USD 1,325 per pass to the winning team for accessing the cult event in March 2019 in Austin, TX (USA). Our partner Startupboothcamp (SBC) Digital Health sponsors following vouchers for the top 3 places:
– 1st prize winner gets one (1) exclusive ticket to attend SBC Masterclass in Berlin during the next SBC Health Program 2019.
– 2nd prize winner gets dinner with a SBC Mentor in Berlin
– 3rd prize winner gets one (1) hour of SBC Online Mentor Office Hours
This year’s SXSW was the second time Future for health attended one of the worlds liveliest innovation, music, entrepreneurship and latest tech trends festival. This year in Austin, Texas we hosted three companies in our pavilion in the exhibition space – G4A Generator and global FTR4H sponsors BGI and Philips Healthworks. The highlight, however, was the full-day conference, held on Sunday, March 11th.
The main focus of the program was to bring the international audience the best global speakers from various countries. After an introduction of FTR4 by its co-founder Tom Mitchell, President of MDNA, the opening keynote was in the hands of Rasu Shrestha, CIO at UPMC and Head of UPMC Enterprises.
The subject of his keynote was “Everybody wants to innovate, nobody wants to change”, and as he emphasized, the biggest danger to innovation is complacency of existing market players. When talking about innovation, we need to be aware it regards behavioral change, which requires deep design thinking. Only in such design technology can be invisible to the user and consequently effective.
Priscilla Beal, Head of G4A Generator, presented Bayers new, the US focused initiative for startups addressing self-care in the areas of sun and skin protection, external pain management, nutritional support and digital self-care.
Johannes Steger (left on the picture below), Journalist at Handelsblatt moderated the panel of patient self-care with panelists Jordi Piera Jiménez, Secretary of the Strategic IT Board at the Catalonian Healthcare Department and Jorrit Ebben, Co-founder & Managing Director, Academy Het Dorp.
Our global FTR4H Evangelist Mark Wächter talked to Brian Rosnov, Innovation Lead at Philips HealthWorks about solving Healthcare challenges via collaboration. HealthWorks a recently created unit within Philips has a mission to generate Breakthrough Innovation in the area of Healthcare particularly Digital Health. Working at a global level, HealthWorks is creating new methods of collaboration with external startups and the Healthcare eco-system to solve some of the bigger challenges that exist in Healthcare around the world.
The conversation on collaboration was followed by a debate on potentials of blockchain in healthcare with Eugene Borukhovich, the Global Head of Digital Health Incubation & Innovation at Bayer, Samson Williams, co-founder of Axes & Eggs, a cryptocurrency mining company and Michael Dillhyon, Co-founder of Swiss-based Healthbank. It was moderated by the FTR4H Ambassador Tjaša Zajc, business developer at Iryo.
We are especially proud to offer the SXSW audience an insight into digital health development around the world. The session was moderated by Maren Lesche, eHealth Startup Expert, and Ambassador at FTR4H.
Jonathan Lee (picture above), Executive Director of Academy at MaGIC, presented Malaysia. Regine M.A. Th. Aalders, Counselor for Health, Welfare and Sport to Canada and the USA, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands presented the state of eHealth and digital health in the Netherlands. FTR4H Ambassador Moka Lantum talked about opportunities and specifics of the African market. We heard the presentation of approaches to digital health in Norway, presented by Nard Schreurs, Director eHealth, and smart living at IKT-Norge/ITK Norway.
Big Data and AI are buzzwords when it comes to healthcare future. From public health to personal patient data and transparency of medical documentation, to care personalization, to the future of work for clinicians, the expectations on Big Data impact are at times astonishing and at times alarming.
Elena Poughia, Managing Director At DataNatives and Dataconomy talked to Urška Sršen, Founder and CCO at Bellabeat, Anthony Gerardi, MBA, Chief Operating Officer of Enterprise Analytics, Gwynneth Ballentine, Digital Health Innovation Lead, TMC Innovation Institute, Sangeeta Chakraborty, CCO, Ayasdi and Wout Brusselaers, CEO, Co.founder Deep 6 AI.
One of our speakers will be Pratistha Jain from Vibazone, who shared some of her thoughts on the industry.
“FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE IS BRIGHT”
“A couple of impediments have stifled the Indian healthcare market; the technology penetration in Tier II and III cities is a challenge due to lack of affordability, cost involved, demographics, income and awareness. The med-tech industry has not been regulated all these years, with inconsistent interpretation and application of regulatory standards being the norm. The new medical devices rules that have been executed this January, the Medtech entrepreneurs will have more clarity and specificity on the policies,” writes Prathistha Jain in her opinion piece on Youstory.
The healthcare landscape has evolved over the last few years. The image of a person getting a check-up has changed; in the twentieth century, the doctor would come over armed with a bag of tools and old-fashioned medical know-how. Some interesting digital healthcare solutions that have been showing promise include imaging, analyzing, processing and computing software with deep learning capabilities, a collaborative space for connecting healthcare stakeholders, telemedicine addressing the lack of accessible healthcare, management tools and platforms to standardize procedures, care delivery, prevention and wellness solutions and non-invasive point-of-care diagnostics.
Digital transformation will have a great impact on the healthcare space. This transformation could be through various new technologies such as mobile (feature phones, smartphones, phablets, tablets, wearables AR/VR, voice assistants) mobile tools and apps to improve efficiency and patient safety, manage addiction treatment and chronic diseases, IoT (Internet of Things, sensors, drones, robots, 3D printer, smart cars and homes to improve care delivery systems and emergency systems, data (big data, smart data, genomics data, bio-informatics) to quantify risk, precision medicine and disease diagnosis and artificial intelligence (medical diagnosis, robo-doc, health advisor, machine learning, health assistant, new health) to augment the diagnosis and treatment process.
Looking at the trends the future for healthcare looks bright and promising with some minor impediments to be faced through the journey.
Among 15 startups pitching at this years MEDICA App Competition, the top three chosen solutions are Kaia, air and iSikCure.
Kaia is a mobile app addressing back pain by using AI to guide patients through therapy and selected exercises which are moderated through camera observation of the users posture.
air is a smartphone app with a connected spirometer guiding users through spirometry measurements. It is meant to be used either by asthma patients or by physicians during patient examinations.
The winning solution on the competition was iSikCure app, connecting patients to healthcare providers and using a special reward points system creating a new way to pay for health services and encouraging medication adherence.
See all 15 startups pitching at the competition here.
325,000 mHealth apps already on the market
In the pre-competition program different topic on mHealth development were discussed. Ralf-Gordon Jahns presented the latest Research2Guidance research findings on mHealth market. At the moment, the estimated number of mHealth apps is 325,000, with health insurers becoming an increasingly important distribution channel for scaling. mHealth apps still face the problem of monetisation and 55% of apps have less than 5,000 downloads, was mentioned. Full report is freely available here.
What’s the deal with mHealth apps?
In the panel on the state of mHealth apps, with panelists
Muthu Singaram, CEO IIT Madras HTIC Incubator & Founder of VibaZone,
Klaus Stöckemann, Managing Partner at Peppermint Venture Partners,
Tjaša Zajc, Host of Medicine Today on Digital Health Podcast and Strategic Healthcare Partnerships Manager at IRYO.IO,
Lars Buch, Managing Director of StartupBootcamp Digital Health Berlin,
Jesus del Valle, Head of Bayers Grants4Apps Accelerator and moderator
Maren Leche, Startup-Expert, Mentor and eHealth-Advisor,
different reasons for low mHealth apps adoption and user retention were mentioned. An important critical point of apps is that they remind users of their sickness, which can be discouraging for continued use. This is one of the recognised reasons for a lot of B2C apps failing in the last years. A lot of them shifted to B2B2C business models.
Since payments in healthcare are shifting in the direction of outcomes and value based payments, apps are becoming increasingly interesting for Pharma companies offering their patients additional support and value through platforms and apps.
In terms of trends, voice recognition solutions are attracting interest, alongside expectations that app usage will increase with an improved experience provided by solutions coming from big corporations such as Google, Amazon and Apple, which have detailed knowledge about what works in customer engagement which could potentially be translated in to healthcare.
The first event in 2018 will be a conference program a SXSW festival, one of the top global tech events, attracting leading tech companies from the US and abroad. We are proud to be a part of it as it presents a valuable opportunity to meet tech savy entrepreneurs from different industries, allowing a step out of the digital health bubble and enabling formation of new ideas for the healthcare space. More information will be published soon. If you’re interested in participating as a company, do not hesitate to contact us!
The FTR4H jury (see below) selected the 15 startups which will be pitching on November 15th at MEDICA Trade Fair in Düsseldorf.
Join us LIVE at MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM in hall 15, on Wednesday, 15 November from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm during MEDICA runtime including a Get-Together.
Dr. Ashish Atreja, Chief Technology Innovation and Engagement Officer at Mount Sinai Health System (USA)
Dr. med. Urs-Vito Albrecht, MPH, Deputy Director (Germany)
Dr. Jesus del Valle, Head of Bayer Grants4Apps Accelerator (Germany)
Harsha Jagasia, Chief Operating Officer at Startupbootcamp Digital Health (Germany)
Ralf-Gordon Jahns, Managing Director at research2guidance (Germany)
Maren Lesche, Startup Advisor, Co-Founder YourStory Germany and Ecosystem Manager at etventure (Germany)
Muthu Singaram, CEO of Healthcare Technology Innovation Centre (HTIC) (India)
Dr. Klaus Stöckemann, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Peppermint VenturePartners GmbH (Germany)
Mirko Whitfield, Head of Business Development for EMEA & Asia at SXSW (USA)
Tjaša Zajc, Digital Health Journalist (Slovenia)
03:00 – 03:05 p.m. Opening of the 6th MEDICA App COMPETITION
Christian Grosser, Deputy Director MEDICA
03:05 – 03:15 p.m. The Promise of m-Health in Africa – Hope, Hype, or Hustle?
Dr. Moka Lantum, MD, MS, CEO, MicroClinic Technologies
03:15 – 03:25 p.m. SXSW festival & MedTech – an inspiring fusion
Mirko Whitfield, International Development SXSW EMEA & Asia
03:25 – 04:35 p.m. Live-Pitch of 15 App-based Medical Mobile Solutions
3 minutes pitch & 2 minutes Q&A each
04:35 – 04:50 p.m. Live Deliberation of Jury & Presentation of Decision
Maren Lesche, Jury Captain MEDICA App COMPETITION
04:50 – 05:00 p.m. Award Ceremony
Dr. med. Urs-Vito Albrecht, Group Leader PLRI MedAppLab, Hannover Medical School (MHH)
From 05:00 p.m. Reception & Drinks at US Pavilion in Hall 16
Welcome note by Joachim Schäfer, MD of Messe Düsseldorf
Who will be rocking the stage from 3.25 p.m. on?
Air is the mobile app (available on both iOS and android) connected to our ultraportable spirometer, Air Smart, market leader in the hand-held spirometry market. The Air app allows physicians perform a spirometry test in a fraction of the time it takes to perform a spirometry test compared to desktop spirometers. More importantly, the Air app helps physicians in managing multiple patients at the same time, so that they can better prioritize their work. More: www.nuvoair.com
AMBOSS offers an interdisciplinary perspective on all medical specialties. Whether providing physicians with information to assist them in their daily routines or preparing medical students for exams, AMBOSS’ team of more than 50 physicians provide carefully curated, cross-checked and up-to-date content. More: www.miamed.de/
Butterfly – Your Thyroid Diary is a mobile app for people with thyroid conditions in need of keeping track of a wealth of information to get the right course of treatment, including symptom and food diaries, medication schedules, and private test results. More: getbutterfly.net
Clinivid (Health Care Innovate)
Clinivid is a cloud-based communication platform that helps all clinicians to share patient information securely from their mobile phones and across all platforms. Clinivid has been designed by industry experts to fit clinical workflows. More: clinivid.com.au
Cupris enables doctors to discuss patient cases remotely and patients to receive diagnoses and advice from doctors without having to see a doctor in person. Cupris has developed smartphone connected medical devices and a secure software communication platform (app and web platform). This reduces unnecessary and expensive face to face consultations in developed countries, and extends medical expertise to those living in remote areas in developing countries who otherwise would have no access to care. More: http://www.cupris.com/
Femisphere (Onelife Health)
Femisphere is a medically-certified, smart healthcare companion, allowing mothers-to-be to monitor their vital signs on a daily basis and providing them with medically verified advice, guidance and reassurance whenever they need. More: www.onelife.me
imitoCam is a system for visual capturing, documentation and communication of medical findings, special cases and the healing progress of patients‘ diseases and injuries. Photos and videos are instantly and securely stored into the hospital‘s image archive, and available in the EMR. Second opinion and feedback can easily be discussed among the team and colleagues via team chat. More: www.imito.io
iSikCure enables users to access healthcare by matching them to service providers who can then be paid by one of 6 ways – cash, credit card, mobile money, MedCoins, Self-help group wallet or employer wallets. Users earn MedCoins for creating a detailed medical profile, adherence to treatment, ask and sharing medical tips in the app, and for referring iSikCure to peers and family. iSikCure leverages the data in the patient records to create the best match with available providers in a given market, thus ensuring better quality of care. More: www.isikcure.com
Mind-body therapy against back pain.The app identifies the optimal path for patients based on their individual patient journeys, directs them to the right specialist at the right time, and facilitate self help with the Kaia App. More: www.kaia-health.com
LOLA App is a digital health & emergency assistant for mobile devices that allows users to monitor their health 24/7 and to automatically get help in case of emergency (falls, loss of consciousness, epileptic seizures). LOLA monitors health-relevant factors – pulse, sleep, step count, activity levels and occurrence of fatigue, automatically recognizes abnormal patterns (falls and epileptic seizures) and alerts the pre-defined emergency contacts by call and SMS providing GPS location information. More: www.qolware.com
Medicus converts health data with its cryptic numbers and medical language into a visual experience with easy-to-understand health insights and actionable recommendations. It empowers patients to easily understand their medical and health info and see how they fit within their overall health profile. More: medicus.ai
Moodpath (Aurora Health)
Aurora Health is a Berlin-based technology company developing digital solutions to improve the detection and treatment of mental health disorders. The company’s solutions comprise of Moodpath, a consumer-friendly mobile depression screening and improvement program, and Aurora, the underlying platform to support healthcare practitioners in diagnostic, therapeutic and administrative processes. More: www.moodpath.io
An app with advanced algorithms for better Asthma and COPD control, with an holistic overview of patient’s status. myAirCoach has developed a prototype click-on for patient’s inhaler that potentially improves inhaler usage by up to 70%. Observational study is already referred to by the UK based NICE standard. More: www.myair.coach
Rx.Health’s flagship product, RxUniverse, is the first enterprise-based Digital Medicine delivery system that enables physicians to prescribe evidence-based mobile health applications, multi-media education, wearables, and therapeutics to patients at the point of care. More: http://rx.health
Thinklabs Wave captures body sounds from Thinklabs One Digital Stethoscope for recording, sharing live around the bedside for a unique medical education experience, remote live sharing for telemedicine/home monitoring, uploading to cloud systems for building signal libraries for machine learning and diagnostic purposes. More: http://thinklabs.com/