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e-Health - what is needed for research to reach clinical benefit?

On November 30th a well-attended seminar rocusing on issues needed to consider already at an early stage when developing e-Health solutions was organized by LUDC Innovation Office, the Department of Clinical Sciences Malmö, and Medeon Science Park.

Patrik Midlöv presented some examples of e-Health studies performed at the Medical Faculty.

Henrik Ahlén, e-Health Strategist with extensive experience in helping organisations develop digital services that empower patients and health care professionals, discussed trends possiblities and challenges in e-Health.

Three companies - Dianovator, EASY Platform, and Joint Academy - developing e-Health solutions based on research results generated at Lund University shared their experience; this is how they succeeded!

Following the seminar there were lively discussions over lunch in the CRC entrance hall.

Most of the presentations can be found below:

  • Patrik Midlöv, Department of Clinical Sciences Malmö

PDF icon"e-Health - what is needed for research to reach clinical benefit?"

  • Henrik Ahlén, Alfa Bravo

PDF icon"The Digital Transformation e-Health for clinical benefit"

  • Fredrik Ståhl, Dianovator"

PDF icon"From research to beta testing a diabetes e-Health solution - some thoughts"

  • Damon Tojjar, EASY Diabetes
     
  • Leif Dahlberg, Joint Academy

PDF icon"The endeavor of being an entrepeneur" part I

PDF icon"The endeavor of being an entrepeneur" part II

PDF icon"The endeavor of being an entrepeneur" part III

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