As chief architect for the LifeNexus iChip®, Ian Worden, drives the process of developing an easy to use- personal health record product that ensures that patients and their doctors have secure access to accurate personal health information at the point and time of care. By leveraging claims data and pre-existing health insurance cards, Ian brings a new approach to capturing all our personal health information.
Philippe the Managing Director of Newolo presented the most advanced online, personalized, culturally tailored, automated stress and change management programme. Designed in Finland, certified in Germany, available in various languages, Newolo VirtualCoach is using efficient cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment methods. It comes along with professional tools for companies and business partners.
Jonathon Carr-Brown has had a wide-ranging career. He currently runs MyDirectives, the world’s first digital advance care planning and emergency platform. It enables people to think in advance of a medical emergency how they want to be treated and cared for.
Andrew is an entrepreneur with several decades of innovative business creation, and an extensive background in technology businesses, particularly health care software. Andrew is Co-Founder and CEO at CareZapp, a software platform that connects the home, community and technology; enabling networks of care to support the health and wellbeing of a loved one at home.
In Europe and the Western world death is often called “the final taboo.” Is it any wonder therefore that under 1 in 3 people in the UK have written a Will despite the obvious benefits of doing so. James Norris developed DeadSocial a ‘digital end of life’ planning tool to help users guide their loved ones through grief and to execute their final wishes.
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.