Ideas lead to innovations and make the world spin. However, a good idea is never enough to succeed in today’s competitive business environment. Original thoughts and creative visions need to be commercialised. In the field of digital health, ideas need to be transformed into software plans and healthcare practices. To bring ideas and practical solutions
Creativity transforms ideas into practice and thought leaders are often catalysts for the working energy. They are like engines that maintain productivity; they guide people and inspire them to realise their full potential. Digital health thought leaders help implement real-life transformations and as Europe plays a major role in the digital health industry worldwide, let’s
Although the popularity of careers and courses fluctuates through time, digital health is one of the subjects that will never become outdated. The range of opportunities of getting a degree in digital health is impressive. Simply because digital health can lead to new findings in the field of artificial intelligence, cost-effective improvement in remote monitoring,
No one will deny that taking care of one’s health is important. Healthcare comes in many shapes and sizes and digitization will bring on many more options. The founders of Medipee believe in the potential of automation and thus have developed a prototype which collects health data instead of flushing it down the toilet. We
The vast network of devices embedded with network connectivity that we call the Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding every day. The rise in use of global technology has led to many industries adopting digital strategies to enhance efficiency and access to their products and services—in the health sector the hospital supply management is deeply
Phones and tablets, clicks and likes, films and video games: the beeping melody of our technology-driven society is echoing around. Nevertheless, there’s one pleasurable activity that will never get outdated. Reading, of course! Books – printed or electronic – are portable gems. Their melodic chains of letters draw surreal images in one’s imagination and take
Although people joke that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, we all are living on planet Earth. Everyone deserves equal rights and opportunities. The truth is, however, that stereotypes, prejudices, and double standards still rule today’s society, and the digital health industry is no exception. However, there is a glimmer of hope.
The growth and use of technology-based solutions in various settings has fundamentally shifted the expectations of many hospital visitors and patients. The tech-savvy consumers of today demand flexibility and ease, so institutions that adopt digital solutions can expect to increase their overall performance while decreasing costs. Digitization has thus created a “fourth space” in healthcare,
Climbing the ladder of success is a dynamic process marked by sudden falls, fear of heights, and echoing steps. Today’s winds of digital health bring an extra challenge: Competitiveness. Although it’s expected that the digital health market will reach more than 206 billion U.S. dollars by 2020, figures show that not many stories end successfully.
As technology has evolved and its adoption amongst the members of the public as well as professionals in different industries has increased, the healthcare market has been witnessing some momentous changes. Medication Management is only one area affected. The digital transformation of healthcare has not only brought about some much-needed improvements in how patients and