iHealth Labs Europe discussed the practical development of new health care devices as well as the pitfalls to avoid for new health care products. Having an idea is easy, it’s how you put it in practice that is important.
After performing as a concert pianist for a number of years, Uwe changed pace in 1992 and entered the world of medical devices, quickly developing a particular interest in the field of cardiovascular diagnostics. In 2009, Uwe became interested in Connected Health as a means of providing better patient management. Now working with iHealthLabs, Uwe directs innovation as it relates to capturing and translating data and signals from the body into meaningful information. He joined Health 2.0 London to share where the future of connected health lays and how iHealth is situated in the current landscape.
Jim Taschetta, CMO of iHealthLabs explores how smart and connected devices can take the burden out of everything from blood glucose to blood pressure tracking.
Most of connected health communications, developments, and innovations are geared towards young and trendy geeks who do not necessarily need them. iHealth believes that access to health care should be available to all and has therefore developed a new generation of connected devices that are really made for patient and disease management.
Uew Diegel introduced iHealth Discovery, the next generation of Connected Health devices.
Bringing together the most innovative wearables and personal health trackers that are pushing individualized medicine into the future this session focused on how consumers are experiencing new lifestyles centered around technology. And in case you missed it, you can watch the fast-paced and fun Wearable Tech Runway with 7 amazing and fashionable wearable companies.