As physician time with patients continues to be stretched thinner, the need for helpful applications for providers is in high demand. Companies in this session showcased support and assistance tools for providers, taking care to develop applications that are easily integrated into everyday practice.
Omada Health builds evidence-based online programs for disease prevention and health promotion. Sean showcased Prevent, a 16 week curriculum designed to pair with diabetes prevention programs to create a more dynamic solutions for the millions of Americans with diabetes.
Bridging the provider and consumer world of tools, the platforms in this breakout aid, manage, and coordinate care across the entire care team. These companies illustrated how seamless care can truly be when shared between different individuals and across varied care settings.
As consumers, we compare and research before we make big decisions for just about everything – from groceries to cars. Yet when it is time to go to the doctor, we accept the price tag and the attending physician with little question! This breakout showcased the companies that will aid in you in not only finding the right doctor, but also the right price.
Dan joined Health 2.0 Europe to demo eRedbook, Sitekit’s flagship digital health product which is UK’s first online Personal Child Health Record. The eRedbook is a citizen-owned application that allows parents to effectively monitor and manage their child’s health care from birth.
Cris and her brother, Ramon Parcicio, founded iPediatric which helps new parents track their newborn’s health. By incorporating a symptom checker and a detailed tracking system, iPediatric helps parents better decide when certain symptoms need a doctor’s attention and when not to worry.
DrOmnibus was created and developed to bring new quality to kids therapy. It’s a tool for supporting the therapy of children with developmental and behavioral disorders (including autism, Down Syndrome, ADHD, mental impairment) and features progress-tracking system along and an organizer of the child’s therapy, based on games for tablets. Children can successfully use it during the therapy sessions, meetings with a therapist, as well as on their own, at home, with their parents.
Genís, Georgina Valentí, Laura, Gemma, and Eduardo, inspired by a high school project developed 2nd Aid a tablet application designed for children and their parents who experience long stays in the hospital. Equipped with both community resources, and entertainment options, the 2nd Aid platform keeps spirits high during trying times.
Dr. Markus Mueschenich demoed Caterna Vision, the first mobile medical app in Germany to be prescribed by physicians and reimbursed by health insurance, that provides a digital health treatment for children with a Amblyopia, also known as lazy eye.