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Articles tagged with: health

Cooklet: Smart Cooking and the Google for Food

Written by Clara Hosshage on Wednesday, 13 May 2015.

Grzegorz Trubilowicz is the founder and CEO of Cooklet, an internationally recognised culinary platform. The idea behind the product is to provide a modern platform for 'foodies', making cooking social as you engage in the global community. It's a simple way of organising your own interactive cookbook, while at the same time sharing cooking experiences among the network of passionate people from around the world.

The digital healthcare industry: a prognosis

Written by Bryn Sage on Tuesday, 31 March 2015.

Right now, we are on the cusp of a digital revolution in healthcare. In today's digital age, technology has altered virtually every aspect of our society and our daily lives. We shop online, we bank on our smartphones, we buy our cinema tickets on our tablets, and in fact it's hard to think of a service which has not been transformed by the internet. It was only a matter of time until healthcare underwent the same transformation that we have seen in other industries, and over the last year interest in health IT seems to have peaked among healthcare professionals, the technology industry and, of course, patients.

Razorfish Healthware: Innovative solutions for Communicating Health

Written by Clara Hosshage on Thursday, 26 March 2015.

Since 2012, Robert Ascione has been the President of Razorfish Healthware, a global leader in digital and healthcare communication. With an unique mix of insight, technology, creativity and industry savvy, the company deliver digital innovations, solutions and tools that drive improved health outcomes. 

Roberto is a global thought leader whose background is in medical science, but he also holds a degree in marketing and communications. By leveraging the knowledge the company possesses about the healthcare ecosystem, they are able to generate transformational experiences that empower people's health and wellness decisions.

Disrupting gender diversity: Are we mistaking progress for success?

Written by Isabel Naidoo on Tuesday, 24 March 2015.

I love this time of year. It's the IWD (International Women's Day) season and suddenly gender diversity is THE thing that everyone is talking, blogging and tweeting about.

The IWD buzz is simply contagious and the associated events organised around the world are great. It feels like gender equality is finally making progress. But the pace of change is frustratingly slow.

Insulin Angel: IoT + Diabetics = True

Written by Clara Hosshage on Thursday, 19 March 2015.

Having a true understanding of the challenges involved in living with medical conditions such as diabetes, the team behind Insulin Angel noticed there were still unresolved issues regarding the practicalities in medication. Both major and minor medical issues can prove disruptive and have considerable consequences in the well-being of people living with the disease. Through their app, Insulin Angel helps the individual to monitor the temperature and proximity of their medications – by connecting it to a small sensor device. The app notifies the user before the medication reaches a critical temperature, or is a certain distance away from the owner.

GetFittter: From zero to 4.2 million USD

Written by Irina Nicoleta Scarlat on Friday, 27 February 2015.

"Either you're an entrepreneur or you're not" says Bogdan Predusca, Co-Founder of Fittter, an application that offers a mobile personal training experience and gives employers a tool to run health and fitness programs for their workforce. But when it was accepted in MVP Academy Class of 2014, Fittter was just an app...

Alzheimer’s Progress – AC Immune and Janssen Pharmaceuticals Collaborate to Prosper

Written by Dan Ginger on Tuesday, 13 January 2015.

Alzheimer's disease – a condition of neurodegeneration, is one of the deepest medical mysteries, that generations of scientists have worked to understand and cure. With 44million people worldwide affected by the disease in 2013 alone and Alzheimer's being the sixth leading cause of death in the US in the same year, solving the case would be the hallmark of a generation. 

Welcome to EntrepreneurCountry – a Master Class to Kick off 2015

Written by Julie Meyer on Monday, 05 January 2015.

I. The Problem

The Digital Disruption is facing and racing at everyone. The pace of change due to the shift from a linear to network world means that you probably are worse off compared to this time last year in terms of dealing with that Disruption, unless you have fundamentally changed your organization, team and approach to how you build your business.

IBM SmartCamp – Dancing with David

Written by Dan Ginger on Friday, 28 November 2014.

The 2014 IBM SmartCamp European Final took place on the 27th November, on the picturesque 39th Floor of One Canada Water. The quality of start-ups presenting to the judging panel matched the impressive surroundings, and the enthusiasm showcased at the event displayed a true passion for innovation and entrepreneurship by IBM and the event's partners. A diverse group of Digital Davids pitched to representatives of IBM – the corporate Goliath.

Zesty co-founder talks the future of healthcare and how he built his startup

Written by EntrepreneurCountry Global on Friday, 21 November 2014.

James Balmain is no stranger to the triumphs and tribulations that come with creating a start-up. Co-founder and CEO of Zesty, the healthcare appointment booking service, his first foray into this challenging environment was with his digital marketing company Light Image in 1997. Since then, James has worked as an e-commerce expert across numerous online retailers, including his own venture WebTogs, ShopDirect and EE, staking his place as one of the industry's most innovative thinkers.

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