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.
Attensi’s mission is to provide the world’s best simulation based training solutions to help our customers reach their maximum potential. By using the Attensi Simulator we reinforce desired behavior through repeated simulation-based training and track the real impact of doing so. We offer the Attensi Simulator – a cloud based solution accessible through we browser or laptops, tablets and mobile devices, with unlimited scalability to large work forces. Trond demonstrated how the Attensi Stimulator is impactful in the hospital setting.
Dr. Ivana Schnur is the Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Sense.ly, the breakthrough “virtual nurse” service that enables clinical practices to achieve scale while empowering patients to play a more active role in their healthcare. Launched in early 2013, Sense.ly combines virtual and mobile technologies (including avatars) and dramatic improvements in sensor technologies to create mobile solutions for all aspects of long term clinical care. Passionate about the therapeutic uses of video and digital media in the field of palliative care, Ivana manages all clinical aspects of Sense.ly’s products, services and operations, including the company’s ongoing partner trials. She brings to Sense.ly extensive experience in the design of clinical protocols and user interfaces, including the application of virtual and mobile technology in the group or individual clinical settings
Apptimiza presents their first app iCPR. iCPR is an interactive assistant that optimize the whole cardiopulmonary resuscitation process through voices, alarms, texts and other graphic supports. Through two studies published in the Resuscitation Journal, they showed that iCPR significantly optimizes the performance of the CPR, according to the established international standards, and significantly improves the survival of patients who suffered an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest until they are transferred to the hospital. David joined Health 2.0 Barcelona to present iCPR to healthcare professionals and to other professionals that can use the app in their daily activity, as policemen, firemen, lifeguards and army soldiers, helping them to improve their CPR outcomes.
Jakob has entrepreneurship in his heart. He founded MESI at the age of just 22 and is now pursuing his dreams – bringing diagnostic technology technology from secondary to primary healthcare in a connected and simple-to-use way. His dreams mean everything to him and so does MESI. He is closely involved in the company´s strategy, management and international sales. Ask him about the company´s vision and you will see him in action, feel the energy and see the passion in his eyes.
Indu Subaiya, CEO, Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman kicked off the 6th Annual Health 2.0 Europe conference in our new location with a look at the latest health IT news in the EU.
Indu and Matthew ended the inaugural Health 2.0 WinterTech, commenting on the changing investment landscape, and detailing what 2015 looks like for Health 2.0.
Walking into your neighborhood drug store is a vastly different experience in 2015 than it was just 5 years ago. From in-store clinics to online experiences, retail environments are bringing care to easily accessible locations while helping to manage patient volume at a savings.