In compliance with our recently established tradition, we want to tell you who we met on this year ConhIT that took place on the 25th-27th of April, Berlin. Digital healthcare is a breeding ground for innovations and interesting projects. Look what companies and in what categories we have found this time.
Imaging is an important part of the digital healthcare sphere. For telemedicine to be fully functional, healthcare providers and patients should have an opportunity to exchange images. Medical imaging management systems, like Ashvins, make it possible. Working with the latest generation of PACS, they make the medical imaging communications fast and secure.
SonoWin develops software for the data exchange between imaging medical devices and hospital or practice information systems. They provide data acquisition, reporting, and archiving, as well as, modular design for optimal adaptation to different requirements of the various specialist areas. SonoWin also archives an unlimited number of images and sequences of any length.
Nortal uses data solutions to take operational workflow to the new level, healthcare in particular. They secure transfer of the medical data, making the healthcare sector flexible and including patients into the care process. Big Data solutions make the unstructured data useful.
Sabio gathers together all your data in one data management system making access to it fast and flexible. Sabio integrates its system to all your data channels so that you can easily find specific information.
Servaris offer solutions for the elderly people. The focus is on increasing comfort and health prevention. So, they equip houses with the smart techniques and intelligent control systems for home automation in combination with the telemetric recording of vital parameters of residents.
Dosing GmbH has been developing electronic systems to support accuracy of medication and treatment. AiDKlinik, their product, has been supporting medical decision-makers in the healthcare sector with regard to individually measure doses and prevent medication errors.
CompuGroup Medical (CGM) enables healthcare providers to use genomics into the EHR, so that they can get evidence-based medical recommendations. CGM Genomics send alerts to clinicians if there might be any issues of adverse effects, dosing, or efficacy due to medications based on patient’s genetics.
Glucotab provides a solution that supports clinical decisions and processes. It suggests automated insulin dosages for initial therapy and physicians adjustments and nurses individual insulin administration.
Ecare develops software for the emergency department and operational theatres. They make the workflow of these departments computerized so that each employee can get relevant information. For instance, patient’s timeline file, a list of duties, necessary documentation, etc. Automatic paper creation is available, too. As well as extensive reporting system.
Doctena makes medical booking simple. It is a web platform for patients to find practitioners and schedule an appointment with them. The web app provides an opportunity to choose according to different criteria. After a patient makes her choice, the practitioner receives an appointment request and reacts with 24 hours. It’s easy!
Digital healthcare has already shown what extent it can bring convenience to and is about to proceed.