I’m at Health 2.0 Europe: London November 10-11. Brief, brief notes:
- Bayer gives out grants for apps (ok; it doesn’t; submissions currently closed).
- The my health apps resources page lists white/green papers on mobile health topics.
- HealthUnlocked: a social network for health.
- HealthBank: a citizen-owned health data platform.
- Michael took to the stage representing patients. Important voice, especially when claims about data ownership were made. Being a patient isn’t easy.
- A competition to reward the best eHealth solution delivered by an EU SME.
- NHS + Data. Big. Open. Social. Trendy keyword.
- The most dangerous people in hospitals are the ones who think their hands are clean – surewash.
- The SBRI funds the development of products matching unmet needs in the NHS, like umotif.
- The NHS’s 5YFV outlines their vision for the next five years.
- I was pointed to a blog post on digital therapeutics.
- Pam Garside moderated a very interesting panel on ‘Getting Your Product Integrated into Health Systems.’ With the Eastern Academic Health Sciences Network.
- The World Federation for Incontinent Patients
- Health Startup EU: connecting digital health innovators.
- A texting-based buddy to help with digital therapy.
- Learn the rhythms of your diabetic body with mumo.
- A hospital in Barcelona works with start-ups on site.
- The red book is a personal child health record, and iPedriatic gives you a manual of your baby’s progress.
- Child treatment blending with games, e.g. caterna to treat lazy eye.
- A nurse’s perspective on using gaming for health lead to play benefit.
- Zombies… Run!
- Treat your tinnitus with your favourite music.
- Lack of additions due to multi-device battery fails.
The “From Health to Wellness” non-auditorium session (where I presented about Emotion Sense).
- Remente: a Swedish gym for your mind.
- Sleepio blogs about sleep apps. And now, they have their own awesome one.
- What should I eat? Nutrino answers.
- Wellmo, the wellness platform.