Indu, Matthew, and Pascal closed out our two-day event with final thoughts, impressions and hopes for digital health abroad.
A creative and far-sighted person, Juan is currently involved in a new project called Exovite, with which he hopes to revolutionize the relationship between technological progress and medical treatment. His current challenge lies in getting medicine linked to new technology trends that make processes cheaper and personalise treatment to obtain a better quality of life for patients.
Andy is the Marketing lead at Beddit. They are a global leader in consumer sleep technology. In Health 2.0 Europe, Andy demonstrates how anyone can sleep smarter and feel better with the Beddit sensor.
Luis Castillo founded NeuroDigital Technologies, and is currently the CEO. NeuroDigital Technologies develops stunning Virtual Reality solutions for Fun&Serious games, paying special attention to solutions for visual, neurological and physical rehabilitation. At Health 2.0 Europe, he demonstrated the Gloveone, a wireless haptic wearable that makes true the ultimate dream of virtual technology. “Touch Virtual Reality.”
Xavier Palomar quit his PhD to start Psious, and soon became CEO of the company. Psious is the first of its kind mobile based virtual reality solution for exposure therapy. He demonstrated how Psious is democratizing virtual reality treatments to clinicians and patients worldwide.
Alec Mormont is a strategic product designer. In Health 2.0 Europe, he showed a video demonstrating the usage of drones in emergency situations.
We examined the future of how health and care delivery will be customized to the patient via avatars, drone, robotics, 3D printing tools, and other awe-inspiring sensors.
Jakob is the Founder of NeuroNation, where they are on a mission to help people keep their brains sharp and have fun at same time.
Dr. Markus Mueschenich is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of FLYING HEALTH which is a 1:1 accelerator for digital health startups. FLYING HEALTH´s first accelerated investment was Caterna Vision. Caterna Vision provides a digital training developed by scientists. In Health 2.0 Europe, he demoed how Caterna Vision’s digital therapy will help children suffering from amblyopia eg “lazy eye” much faster than using standard therapy.
Being reimbursed for services is the end goal for many digital health companies on the market today. Sat down with the big players in EU finance and explored two CEO’s success stories and saw what it took to end up where they are today.
In this session we examined the barriers to digital health adoption in the EU and what strategies health care organizations and startups can utilize to support a more connected, informed, and intuitive health care system.
iHealth Labs Europe discussed the practical development of new health care devices as well as the pitfalls to avoid for new health care products. Having an idea is easy, it’s how you put it in practice that is important.