Sanoia: Hervé Servy
Hervé Servy is an IT Engineer at IBM and Microsoft who created an emergency medicine association, AIMSU, and the company Sanoia, to promote a new health data record that protects the anonymity of the patient. Here he demonstrates the new mobile platform of the tool.
Learn all about Diabeo, a state-of-the-art mobile and web diabetes telemedicine system developed by Voluntis in collaboration with CERITD. Diabeo provides patients with an intelligent electronic logbook helping them to optimize their treatment in collaboration with their health care team. Voluntis is the creator of the online Patient Relationship Management software platform enabling the collection, sharing, and analysis of medical data – particularly for chronic disease management.
Fred Goldstein, UK Preventive Medicine | UK
U.S. Preventive Medicine acquired Fred’s innovative disease management company, Specialty Disease Management Services, in 2007. USPM is now focusing on selling its Prevention Plan to employers in the US. The Prevention Plan is working for Fred, who’s looking more and more like the high-school gymnast he used to be! Now launching in the UK, Fred’s here to show us what it takes to get Brits thinking about their health.
Alex Savic, CEO, Alensa AG | Switzerland
Alensa combines pure e-commerce, health information (including interaction with real physicians) and community building, which Alex introduced to us at Health 2.0 in 2008. We got a sneak peak of the new eCommerce platform in october 2009, but here Alex shows us the latest iteration–NextWidgets, an online shop miniaturized to the size of a banner ad.
Lisa Ware, Nutritionist, Imperative Health | UK
Lisa is a nutritionist who works in program development and peer collaboration at Imperative Health, which uses a combination of bio-feedback from devices, online coaching and psychology to change patient behavior. Imperative’s goal is to get patients at risk for heart disease to manage their weight and
reduce their risks. three peer reviewed articles suggest that it really works. Imperative health is the result of five years development in the labs at unilever. And you thought they just made soap!
Nicolas Cambolin, Tendances Sante
Tendances Santé is the fruit of a joint venture between Orange Health Care and Santé Magazine, whose purpose is to provide information and tools to improve the health of French consumers. Nicolas Cambolin of Orange demonstrates the new mobile services provided by tendances Santé.
Mohammad Al-Ubaydli, Founder, Patients Know Best | UK
Patients Know Best is a PHR platform that connects to BUPA, NHS healthchoices and more. While Mo’s got extensive experience working in the US, both at the National Institutes for health and with the famed consultants the Advisory Board Company, since his return to Europe he’s been recognized as running one of the top start-ups in Europe by Seedcamp and businessWeek. Somewhere in there he’s found time to write 6 books and run one of the first UK healthcamps.
Neil Williams, EMEA Business Development Manager, Microsoft | EU
Neil runs Heathvault’s business in Europe, particularly with the announcement that Healthvault will be working with Siemens in Germany. In the US, Microsoft’s team has been making Healthvault a platform for data from both health systems and medical devices, as well as creating the MyhealthInfo application layer—which debuted at Health 2.0 in October 2009.
Joris Moolenaar, Director, IPPZ | NL
Joris is the Director of IPPZ’s work in ehealth and ICT innovation. Here Joris is going to show Mijntherapie (Mytherapy) a secure online environment for mental health consultations that can be used by any practitioner wanting to connect with patients. For those of you practicing your Dutch, IPPZ stands for Innovatie Psychologische Psychiatrische Zorg or Psychological and Psychiatric Care Innovation.