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The GET project is supporting the 2nd Health & Wellness @ Mobile World Congress, to be held in Barcelona, 3-4 March 2015. The agenda consists of keynote presentations by healthcare global leaders, interactive workshops and the showcase of innovative mobile and connected health technologies.
International speakers at the Health & Wellness @ MWC event are expected to include Orange, Globo Group, Tunstall, Healthways, Pfizer, Roche, China Mobile, Philips, Microsoft, IBM,
Telefonica, Samsung, Qualcomm Life, Adidas, Jawbone, Agamatrix, Validic, Catalan Government, Barcelona City Council and the European Commission.
ECHAlliance provides first details for the 2nd Health and Wellness @ Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona next 3-4 March
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The European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) announced the first details of the 2nd Health and Wellness @ Mobile World Congress that will be held in Barcelona March 3-4, 2015. The conference programme will consist of keynote presentations by healthcare global leaders, interactive workshops and the showcase of innovative mobile and connected health technologies.
ECHAlliance will once again lead the Mobile Health vertical programme at Mobile World Congress taking place at Fira Gran Via, the premier meeting place for mobile professionals where over 85,000 attendees are expected.
The next 27th January, the city of Murcia will welcome 30 innovative enterprises related to the eHealth field who will receive mentoring of the GET on Track service from the GET project during the bootcamp organised in the scope of FICHe Accelerator.
The Hacking Health Camp will use the challenges from Fill the Gap to find solutions oriented to real demand
The second annual hackathon will take place in March, from Friday 20th evening to Sunday 22nd evening. Health professionals, developers and designers will create prototypes based on
challenges submitted before the event and based on the unmet needs identified by the GET project.
A challenge is a healthcare problem that could be resolved by a hardware or software digital solution or both. The topics for this hackathon could be: medical record, open data, care delivery, hospital-city link, mobile health, quantified-self, aging, patient empowerment, patient engagement.
This year, the identifd unmet needs in the Health space that can be solved with the use of technology from the GET service Fill the Gap, will be the starting point to develope solutions during
the hackathon. That is, “market gaps” where seems there are not enough IT solutions and, therefore, can become business opportunities for eHealth entrepreneurs and companies
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SBRI Healthcare, an NHS England funded initiative to develop innovative products that address unmet health needs, today launched the latest SBRI Healthcare competition which aims to accelerate development and NHS adoption of new technologies. In the second tranche of funding this year, a further £2.5 million is on offer to companies working in the priority healthcare areas; Brain Injury; Child and Adolescent Mental Health; Diabetic Foot Ulcers; Imaging; and Outpatient Services.
The Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) Healthcare works with leading healthcare players to identify priority areas where technology can be applied to address major healthcare challenges. The programme focuses on clearly identified NHS needs, bringing clinicians and business together at an early stage to harness the expertise of SMEs to develop effective solutions. Successful projects are fully funded through three phases of development – proof of concept, product development and delivery in the marketplace.