Aline Noizet is working in the Business Development at Health 2.0 in Europe.
BIG data has made many recent headlines. Streamlined clinical processes, accelerated research and development, value-based healthcare implementations: the promises are huge for improving clinical and financial outcomes. And in many cases it also provides an answer to the question: “who will pay for Health 2.0 solutions?”. However, BIG is too often synonymous of “useless”. This session focuses on open, smart and actionable data and showcases technologies that structure information for decision-making.
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.
Nicole Irvine is the Market Development Manager at Novarum DX. The company, established in 2012, develops smartphone apps for the healthcare, veterinary and food-testing markets. The Novarum Reader allows patients suffering from long-term illnesses to test from home using their phone, sharing those test results with a medical practitioner remotely, rather than having to regularly visit their doctors surgery. The app also allows for remote testing in rural areas, such as testing HIV sufferers in Sub-Saharan Africa, allowing mapping and instant sharing of results where laboratory resources are scarce.