Reply (Sensoria) – Wearable Health Technologies

Guido Villa manages the remote health care for Relay, a stakeholder in Sensoria, the Italian woven wearable company seeking to change the way we track our bodies by embedding sensors to socks. Combined with the Sensoria application, runners and walkers alike can see insights into not only how far they have gone (and have to go!) but also how their foot is striking, and what athlete shoe may be best for their foot type.

Qardio – Wearable Health Technologies

Marco left a fourteen-year career in finance to start Qardio after his father suffered a stroke that’s origin was difficult to determine due to a lack of the very type of routine monitoring devices Qardio now produces. In founding Qardio in early 2012 Marco worked diligently to improve heart-centered health care by developing a line of revolutionary, personal monitoring devices. At Health 2.0 Europe, Marco demoed the QardioArm, the smart blood pressure monitor that can fit in your pocket! 

PxHealthcare – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Anne joined Health 2.0 Europe to explore how the OWise platform of PxHealthcare is pushing the boundaries of cancer research by providing a robust platform for patients with specific cancer diagnosis to track their condition, communicate with their care team, and monitor their health. By supporting this self tracking, OWise then collects the information and shares it with provider and research teams in order to improve care and treatment.

TrialReach – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Pablo’s been around the online world. From Spain to the US to the UK, Pablo returns to London to show us how TrialReach is bringing patients and clinical trials together in a quick, educated, and easy way. The new platform is getting it’s start in NYC but will be global by the end of the year!

Lumos! – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

The intersection of e-health, gamification, and social media have been key sources of inspiration for Lumos! Founder and CEO Harris Lydigakis. Harris joined Health 2.0 in London from Greece to show the Health 2.0 audience Lumos!, an online platform for personalized biomedical research.

 

 

F1000 – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Daniel identified a lack of constructive communication between big pharma and health care companies, initially inspiring him to develop F1000, a platform that powers professional conversation and discussion between researchers. At Health 2.0 London, Daniel demoed why F1000 is considered one of the biggest open source publication sites and it’s latest functionality which allows for researchers across a number of teams to share, tag, and analyze information.

Healthbank – From Big to Smart to Open, Just How We Like Data!

Michael Dillhyon, CEO of Healthbank has been leading open health data innovation for the past 15 years, working across the fields of investment, bioinformatics software development, and now patient & physician engagement. At HealthBank, Michael is using big data analytics to deliver open health data to patient cohorts. 

Empatica – Wearable Health Technologies

As the wrist becomes increasingly competitive retail estate in the wearable world, Empatica is changing the way researchers and their team capture data on specific patient cohorts. With new insight, health care teams can change the way treatment and therapy is administered to be more personalized to the patient. 

Biovotion – Wearable Health Technologies

As the wrist becomes increasingly competitive retail estate in the wearable world, the Biovotion is capturing over 15 metrics in order to provide detail insight into energy, health, sleep, and stress throughout the day. 

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Reply (Sensoria) – Wearable Health Technologies

Guido Villa manages the remote health care for Relay, a stakeholder in Sensoria, the Italian woven wearable company seeking to change the way we track our bodies by embedding sensors to socks. Combined with the Sensoria application, runners and walkers alike can see insights into not only how far they have gone (and have to go!) but also how their foot is striking, and what athlete shoe may be best for their foot type.

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Qardio – Wearable Health Technologies

Marco left a fourteen-year career in finance to start Qardio after his father suffered a stroke that’s origin was difficult to determine due to a lack of the very type of routine monitoring devices Qardio now produces. In founding Qardio in early 2012 Marco worked diligently to improve heart-centered health care by developing a line of revolutionary, personal monitoring devices. At Health 2.0 Europe, Marco demoed the QardioArm, the smart blood pressure monitor tha ...
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PxHealthcare – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Anne joined Health 2.0 Europe to explore how the OWise platform of PxHealthcare is pushing the boundaries of cancer research by providing a robust platform for patients with specific cancer diagnosis to track their condition, communicate with their care team, and monitor their health. By supporting this self tracking, OWise then collects the information and shares it with provider and research teams in order to improve care and treatment.

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TrialReach – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Pablo’s been around the online world. From Spain to the US to the UK, Pablo returns to London to show us how TrialReach is bringing patients and clinical trials together in a quick, educated, and easy way. The new platform is getting it’s start in NYC but will be global by the end of the year!

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Lumos! – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

The intersection of e-health, gamification, and social media have been key sources of inspiration for Lumos! Founder and CEO Harris Lydigakis. Harris joined Health 2.0 in London from Greece to show the Health 2.0 audience Lumos!, an online platform for personalized biomedical research.

 

 

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F1000 – Health 2.0 Accelerating Medical R&D

Daniel identified a lack of constructive communication between big pharma and health care companies, initially inspiring him to develop F1000, a platform that powers professional conversation and discussion between researchers. At Health 2.0 London, Daniel demoed why F1000 is considered one of the biggest open source publication sites and it’s latest functionality which allows for researchers across a number of teams to share, tag, and analyze information.

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Healthbank – From Big to Smart to Open, Just How We Like Da ...

Michael Dillhyon, CEO of Healthbank has been leading open health data innovation for the past 15 years, working across the fields of investment, bioinformatics software development, and now patient & physician engagement. At HealthBank, Michael is using big data analytics to deliver open health data to patient cohorts. 

Empatica – Wearable Health Technologies

As the wrist becomes increasingly competitive retail estate in the wearable world, Empatica is changing the way researchers and their team capture data on specific patient cohorts. With new insight, health care teams can change the way treatment and therapy is administered to be more personalized to the patient. 

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Biovotion – Wearable Health Technologies

As the wrist becomes increasingly competitive retail estate in the wearable world, the Biovotion is capturing over 15 metrics in order to provide detail insight into energy, health, sleep, and stress throughout the day.