In this session, speakers demoed a diverse set of solutions aimed at improving quality of care in the clinical setting. From best practice sharing to population health to provider-to-provider communication tools, these solutions streamline processes and improve quality and patient safety.
Co-founder and CEO of the Cracow-based startup Harimata, Pawel demoed their analytical platform for early identification of developmental disorders in children and tracking progress in therapy.
Matthew frequently remarks that while Indu wants to cure cancer, he just wants to email his doctor – both of which are equally difficult! The companies showcased in this breakout aim to solve Matthew’s problem by providing channels for enhanced and meaningful communication between providers and their patients.
David Fried is the International Business Director of Virtualware, which has developed a product called VirtualRehab, a clinically validated and EC certified neurorehabilitation videogame platform being used by patients around the world. VirtualRehab can be used in hospitals and physiotherapy clinics as well as for telerehabilitation purposes in patient’s homes. The platform works with various hardware devices, including low cost consumer products like the the Microsoft Kinect and the Leap Motion device, as well as more complex technologies like Robotic arms used for rehabiliation.
In London, he will be demoing 2 games using the Leap Motion device to show how it can be used to help patients recover fine motor skills in their hands, as well as showing the backend Program Manager used to remotely customize the games and track patient progress.
Florian has been building technology and communication businesses for more than 15 years. Carried by a vision is to support health care professionals, he does so with Vital.services by providing a patient centred care model that leverages innovative ICT tools.
SwiftAlarm! is the brainchild of Dr. King, who has seeded and financed the company after filing the original patents in 2005. The sensor tracks patients and family members in order to deliver better remote monitoring and at low yearly cost.
In 2012 Adi joined a cohort at the world leading startup accelerator, Entrepreneur First where he founded SpeakSet. SpeakSet was born out of a desire to build technology that has a genuinely positive impact to people’s lives.
Simo’s new to the health care sector but quickly getting a hang of it. With a background in embedded software development, customer support and product management for high-tech products, he can find the biggest pain points that customers have, analyzing them and creating the smoothest solutions. His first health care endeavor is NurseBuddy, a web and mobile based solution for keeping care givers, patients and families connected.
Jakob’s career started at PWC Advisory, where he was responsible for business origination and consulting in the fields Health and Corporate Finance. With these projects he was able to integrate his passion for artificial intelligence, gaming and the human brain with best ppracticeson how to create a company around this fields. Later he joined Rocket Internet to scale Groupon in Western Europe. He always had the passion to create a value adding startup and with NeuroNation they are on a mission to help people keep their brains sharp and have fun at same time