8sense is a platform of virtual coaching systems consisting of sensor technology and a mobile app in the healthcare sector. 8sense helps companies to save healthcare costs and private individuals to reach their better and healthier me. The company is currently developing a system to combat back pain. 8sense primarily acts as a system provider (B2B), but the coaching systems can also be purchased by the end customer (B2C).
ADVANOVA was founded in January 2012 by Dr. Frank Hemer, a doctor and computer scientist, and Bastian Bleisinger, a computer scientist. The company’s head office is in Erlangen at the centre of Germany’s “Medical Valley”.
BOMEDUS GmbH is an innovative start-up company in the field of medical devices. Based on latest neurophysiological insights BOMEDUS is developing a combined platform technology that can be integrated into a wide range of consumer products.
connected-health.eu develops LifeTime - The easy smartphone connection to doctors
LifeTime enables doctors and patients to easily share health data via smartphone - even offline. The LifeTime-system consists of two components: Lifehub - a piece of connective hardware for doctor’s offices and hospitals and the LifeTime app for patients. By bringing their smartphone close to the LifeHub patients can share relevant information for the treatment with their doctors or take medical findings and other documents with them on their smartphones.
Desino provides dynamic seating for wheelchair drivers. Back muscles and spine are being kept in motion by means of a newly designed seating system in order to prevent spine deformities and discomfort.
In recent years, the IoT (Internet of Things) market has developed dynamically. New vendors brought new products in the fields of sensors, connectivity, applications and analytics to the market. Exelonix GmbH focuses in this market segment on solutions based on the new mobile standard NB-IoT, which is currently showing rapid growth. The hardware and software solutions of Exelonix GmbH offer "easy-to-use" interfaces and proven security for the implementation of IoT applications in the areas of e-Health, Smart Home and Industry 4.0.
heartbeat ONE provides a streamlined patient management tool for health care facilities of all sizes. It offers intelligent evaluations of diagnostics and treatment methods. It supports the preparation, documentation and evaluation of medical interventions. Patient reported outcomes can automatically be collected for every patient. heartbeat ONE is hosted for customers in certified data centers in Germany or if desired self hosted on site.
Fully web-based the system heartbeat ONE runs on all major operating systems and requires only a modern browser. The integrated medical documentation has been enhanced by an algorithm that dynamically adapts to the treatment situation. In order to conduct patient surveys and a digital anamnesis via tablet at cite, native applications for iOS and Android platforms are available. Follow-up patient surveys are carried out over a separate patient portal which can be accessed from all devices (pc, smartphone, tablet, etc.).
The M-sense app launched by Berlin-based start-up Newsenselab GmbH documents thousands of migraine and headache attacks and analyses what caused them.
As a certified medical product, the software analyses the potential trigger factors of migraines and headaches with the help of Big Data. In the future, it will also offer a personalised prevention and therapy programme that is recommended by clinical partners.
Perora develops a polymer-based fat-binding medical device as a novel platform for weight management and the treatment of obesity.
Aspires a leading role in personalized home monitoring for cardiovascular diseases (acute Myocardial Infarction) through its handheld 12-lead-ECG device (generated with 4 electrodes) analyzing ischemic changes & arrhythmia.
Preventicus GmbH is developing smartphone-driven solutions to capture and analyze patients' vital parameters for early preclinical risk screening of lifestyle-related illnesses. Seed funding for the Jena-based company is managed by the German High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) in Bonn and Born2Grow venture fund in Heilbronn. The capital is being provided to develop the products and portal to marketability.
650 million people suffer from mental illness like depression, anxiety or burnout worldwide. Even in developed countries there is a huge treatment gap: 50% do not get treated. Selfapy offers scientifically proven online psychotherapy courses to make fast and affordable care accessible to everyone. Courses are effective at treating symptoms by combining advanced technology with elements of traditional care.
Sonormed is focused on digital medical products and builds the appropriate audiological infrastructure to adress the potential that large numbers of unserviced hearing damages, among them tinnitus, provide worldwide and to open up this market with new technologies.
Synoste targets a disruptive change to the treatment and management of patients with bone deformities