Everyone is talking about consumers. Consumer specialists have lead their efforts and many millions have invested in health care tech in consumer facing services. Most consumers have yet to use any of the new technologies, since health care is still a very long way from being a consumer market. This panel accesses the state of play and quantify how close we are to success.
Karthik, the Co-founder, President, and COO, shares with us their new platform Gliimpse that allows for the collection and organization of a patient’s entire health history, across vendors, health systems, and more, to create a streamlined health profile.
Dr. Qamar serves as Founder and President of medical tech startup MedWand. At Health 2.0 this year, he demonstrates a revolutionary telemedicine device that allows providers to remotely perform physical examinations via secure Internet connections at anytime from anywhere.
Greg Sommer is a cofounder and the CEO of Sandstone Diagnostics – a Bay Area biotech company developing instruments and consumables for point-of-care medical testing. Dr. Sommer demonstrated Trak, a device that empowers people to monitor, measure, and improve their reproductive health at the comfort and privacy of their own home.
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.