A creative and far-sighted person, Juan is currently involved in a new project called Exovite, with which he hopes to revolutionize the relationship between technological progress and medical treatment. His current challenge lies in getting medicine linked to new technology trends that make processes cheaper and personalise treatment to obtain a better quality of life for patients.
Luis Castillo founded NeuroDigital Technologies, and is currently the CEO. NeuroDigital Technologies develops stunning Virtual Reality solutions for Fun&Serious games, paying special attention to solutions for visual, neurological and physical rehabilitation. At Health 2.0 Europe, he demonstrated the Gloveone, a wireless haptic wearable that makes true the ultimate dream of virtual technology. “Touch Virtual Reality.”
Xavier Palomar quit his PhD to start Psious, and soon became CEO of the company. Psious is the first of its kind mobile based virtual reality solution for exposure therapy. He demonstrated how Psious is democratizing virtual reality treatments to clinicians and patients worldwide.
Alec Mormont is a strategic product designer. In Health 2.0 Europe, he showed a video demonstrating the usage of drones in emergency situations.
We examined the future of how health and care delivery will be customized to the patient via avatars, drone, robotics, 3D printing tools, and other awe-inspiring sensors.
Homero Rivas is an Assistant Professor of Surgery, and the Director of Innovative Surgery at Stanford University. He has been involved in mHealth for many years, Co-Founding multiple digital health companies, and advising to many startups. As a Glass Explorer from Google, he has organized several research projects using Glass and other wearables to improve safety in the operating room. At Health 2.0 Barcelona, Homero shared his perspective on integrating digital health tools into his practice and how providers are increasingly contributing to the patient safety movement.
In addition to being an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Genetics, and by courtesy, Medicine, Pathology, and Computer Science, at Stanford University and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Atul is also a founder of three investor-backed companies and has been recognized by the White House as an Open Science Champion of Change for promoting science through publicly available data. At Health 2.0 Atul will talk about the fusion of medicine and big data.
Atul Butte of Stanford School of Medicine addresses the power and impact of today’s biggest buzz word in Health IT: big data.
David Ewing Duncan returned to the 8th Annual Fall Conference to explore the future of how health and care delivery will begin to be customized to the patient via genomics, robotics, 3D printing tools, and other sensors.