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DiGAs revolutionize patient care

Dear Sir or Madam,

Digital health applications (DiGAs) are revolutionizing patient care through efficiency, personalization and accessibility. A prime example is the "elona therapy" app from Elona Health GmbH, which supports people with depression and anxiety disorders. Watch our video to find out how these innovations complement traditional therapies and therefore represent significant progress in the digital transformation of the healthcare sector.

Enjoy reading!

Tim Plato
Editorial team

P.S.: Wandercraft is revolutionizing rehabilitation with the self-stabilizing exoskeleton "Atalante X", which provides targeted support for people with mobility impairments. Jean-Louis Constanza highlights how this technology promotes early mobilization and enables more intensive treatment adapted to individual needs.

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Video: Transforming healthcare with digital health apps
Interview: Improving rehabilitation with exoskeletons
16th Healthcare Innovation World Cup® - Submit solutions
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Transforming healthcare with digital health apps


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As part of the digital transformation in the healthcare sector, digital health applications are playing a central role in patient care. Their importance will continue to grow in the coming years, as they make a significant contribution to making healthcare more efficient, personalized and accessible. But what makes a good digital health solution?
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Transforming healthcare with digital health apps
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Overcoming fatigue: An app for greater quality of life

Interview - PHYSIO TECH

Image: A person in a white coat walks next to another person wearing an exoskeleton, with only the legs of the two visible
Exoskeletons offer a versatile tool for rehabilitation by providing assistance and targeted support for individuals with mobility challenges. They facilitate early mobilization, which is crucial to prevent complications associated with prolonged bed rest. By allowing patients to stand and walk with support, exoskeletons contribute to faster recovery and improved overall well-being.
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Overcoming fatigue: An app for greater quality of life
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Participate now in the 16th Healthcare Innovation World Cup® and present your company at MEDICA 2024

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For 16 years, the Innovation World Cup® has been the driving force behind global healthcare innovation. The competition looks for smart health devices, medical wearables, XR solutions, digital biomarkers and much more.

There are valuable prizes to be won, including 12 presentation slots in the pitch finals at the largest forum at MEDICA 2024 (MEDICA INNOVATION FORUM, November 11th, 3-5 PM) free marketing and media services for the Top12 Health Techpreneurs of the Year 2024, as well as valuable networking with business partners, international technology companies and investors. Participation is free of charge.

Take the chance to become one of the 12 "Health Techpreneurs 2024" and make your mark in the future of healthcare.

The Healthcare Innovation World Cups also offers the opportunity to participate in two special prizes:

VIVE XR Healthcare Challenge
Smart Clothing Challenge
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Medical textiles and sensors enhance skin protection in healthcare



In recent years, advancements in medical textiles and sensor technologies have brought about improvements in skin protection within the healthcare sector. From pressure-equalizing mattresses designed for newborns to intelligent sensor systems aimed at preventing pressure injuries in adults, these inventions have the potential to improve patient care and enhance overall well-being.
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Prototype applies AI to advance colorectal diagnosis



Portuguese researchers from the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) and the IMP Diagnostics Molecular & Anatomic Pathology laboratory have unveiled the world's first prototype applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) to colorectal diagnosis.
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Advancing surgical precision: ROSA shoulder system



Zimmer Biomet, a leading medical technology company, has achieved a significant milestone with the FDA clearance of its ROSA Shoulder System for robotic-assisted shoulder replacement surgery. This innovation marks the world's first robotic surgery system specifically designed for shoulder replacement procedures.
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