Wondering what happened during the past week in the Belgian Digital Health landscape?
We listed the key events for you:
- On Monday a new Belgian Digital Health startup was launched: emma.health. Emma.health helps you to reduce the risk of chronic diseases and to live a healthier and happier life. It uses world-leading machine learning technology to analyse your personal data and offer you a customised healthitude program. Read more about Emma on their website and this article (NL).
- On Tuesday UZ Gent and CoZo announced the launch of their Cozo-app providing mobile access to your medical record for patients and doctors. Read more about it on the UZ Gent site here (NL).
- On Wednesday two Belgian Digital Health startups got shortlisted for the European Silver Economy Awards. The Silver Economy Awards aim to catalyse a sustainable European digital Silver Economy movement by promoting and rewarding innovative solutions to improve the quality of life for over 50s. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for Pridiktiv and Active84Health!
- On Thursday Healthcare Innovation Center In4Care launched their online community In4Care Inside to help their members further spur innovation.
- On Friday the research of IMEC researcher Liesbet Lagae was featured in Flemish newspaper De Morgen. Liesbet and her team developed a chip that can do a digital liquid biopsy to detect cancer in 15 minutes.
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