Reflections and Thanks!

Indu, Matthew, and Pascal closed out our two-day event with final thoughts, impressions and hopes for digital health abroad.

Reimbursement: NeuroNation

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.

Reimbursement: Caterna

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.

Reimbursement – The Last Piece of the European Puzzle

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.

The Long and Winding Road to Adoption

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.

Fireside Chat with Mike Lee

MyFitnessPal CEO and Co-Founder Mike Lee joined Health 2.0 Europe to discuss the international quantified self movement, diet and nutrition trends, and how myfitnesspal grew from a small start-up to a user base of over 65 million.

The Unmentionables: Memrica Ltd

Mary Matthews was one of the early pioneers for using video games for health and education. She was instrumental in establishing the UK’s Serious Games Institute and worked with US Department of Defense to create a motion controlled game for rehabilitation. Mary is passionate about using technology to engage and motivate people to take control of their own health. Her latest venture Memrica Prompt helps people with memory problems create a personal reminder system to improve confidence and independence. Mary has also worked in senior public policy roles and started her career as a broadcast journalist, reporting and presenting for BBC News, Sky News and C4 News in the UK.

The Unmentionables: Teckel Medical

Industrial Engineer and MBA by training, Cristian applied those skills to the health care market when he Co-Founded Teckel Medical. At Health 2.0, they demoed their first product, Mediktor – the best way to option a medical first opinion via an advanced artificial intelligence symptom checker.

Integrating Care: Tools for Hospitals and Health Professionals

New technologies are invigorating the hospital, impacting everything from how doctors access data to how they engage and treat their patients. As new products emerge to drive better care, we selected the companies and leaders in health IT that will dramatically impact workflow, patient-provider communication, and new EHR solutions fueling innovation and providing opportunities for more connected care.

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Reflections and Thanks!

Indu, Matthew, and Pascal closed out our two-day event with final thoughts, impressions and hopes for digital health abroad.

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Reimbursement: NeuroNation

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.

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Reimbursement: Caterna

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.

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Reimbursement – The Last Piece of the European Puzzle

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.

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The Long and Winding Road to Adoption

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.

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Fireside Chat with Mike Lee

MyFitnessPal CEO and Co-Founder Mike Lee joined Health 2.0 Europe to discuss the international quantified self movement, diet and nutrition trends, and how myfitnesspal grew from a small start-up to a user base of over 65 million.

Unmentionables - Memrica

The Unmentionables: Memrica Ltd

Mary Matthews was one of the early pioneers for using video games for health and education. She was instrumental in establishing the UK’s Serious Games Institute and worked with US Department of Defense to create a motion controlled game for rehabilitation. Mary is passionate about using technology to engage and motivate people to take control of their own health. Her latest venture Memrica Prompt helps people with memory problems create a personal reminder system ...
Unmentionables - Teckel Medical

The Unmentionables: Teckel Medical

Industrial Engineer and MBA by training, Cristian applied those skills to the health care market when he Co-Founded Teckel Medical. At Health 2.0, they demoed their first product, Mediktor – the best way to option a medical first opinion via an advanced artificial intelligence symptom checker.

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Integrating Care: Tools for Hospitals and Health Professionals

New technologies are invigorating the hospital, impacting everything from how doctors access data to how they engage and treat their patients. As new products emerge to drive better care, we selected the companies and leaders in health IT that will dramatically impact workflow, patient-provider communication, and new EHR solutions fueling innovation and providing opportunities for more connected care.

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