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Ruslan David re.flex Brings Telerehabilitation Assistants to the Healthcare Market
The surgical treatment of musculoskeletal conditions is at a high level thanks to continuous improvements in research and clinical care. The same applies to postoperative physiotherapy, which supports patients in their healing process. Most important for a comprehensive recovery however, are the patients themselves - through independent training outside the prescribed therapy sessions. Unfortunately, the motivation of many patients in this respect is not particularly strong and the fear of doing something wrong contributes to a frequently low adherence to training protocols. The result: therapy is unnecessarily prolonged and the risk of complications increases.
Ruslan David EIT Health Looks to Create New Business Ventures Addressing the Way we Manage Mental and Brain Health and Use Digital Biomarkers for Diagnostics
EIT Health, a network of best-in-class innovators backed by the EU, has announced the second year of its innovation programme, Wild Card. The second year of high-risk innovation programme Wild Card kicks off this week, challenging talent to deliver real solutions to the healthcare market.
- EIT Health Wild Card programme application window open until 10 February 2019, looking for entrepreneurs, scientists, medical professionals, technical experts and researchers.
- Successful applicants will be shortlisted for 2019 hackathon where they will fight for business support and funding.
- Winning teams will receive world class business mentoring and €2 million in funding over two years.
- Jan-Philipp Beck, EIT Health CEO: "We know this talent is out there... through this programme, we hope to bring their ideas to the next level."
Individuals will be taken on an entrepreneurial journey to become high-performing teams transforming their idea into a healthcare product or solution, thanks to the world class business mentoring, coaching and networking opportunities provided throughout four-phase innovation programme, Wild Card.
This year, Wild Card will focus on two challenges: mental and brain health and digital biomarkers in diagnostics.
The programme will build momentum through a week-long hackathon in April 2019 determining which ideas are selected to go through to the next phases; including a business acceleration and mentoring programme, and a final pitching round.
The ultimate goal of Wild Card is to create two new ventures and award them two years of support and €2 million in non-dilutive funding, helping them grow their high-risk ideas into thriving commercial businesses.
Each year, Wild Card sets down different challenges to the innovation community. Last year’s programme resulted in the development of two projects tackling the areas of antibiotic resistance and the use of data to enhance diagnostics: DX-Labtrack and Abtrace. These two newly-created start-ups will work with EIT Health over the next two years to accelerate their products towards market-readiness.
Wild Card is now offering the opportunity for new applicants to join the programme, looking at two major key issues that impact citizens' health in Europe. This year's hopeful candidates must present their experience, skills and ideas to address one of two questions:
- Mental and brain health - How to improve prediction, diagnosis and treatment to fight mental disorders and strengthen brain health?
- Digital biomarkers - How to improve early diagnostics with the application of digital biomarkers?
Commenting at the Wild Card programme application launch, EIT Health's CEO Jan-Philipp Beck said: "Now in its second year, Wild Card continues its search for risk-taking game changers who have the potential to bring about transformations in healthcare. We know this talent is out there and looking for the right opportunities. Through this programme, we hope to find them and offer them the business, research and financial supports necessary to bring their ideas to the next level."
Applications can be submitted via http://wildcard.eithealth.eu from 10 December 2018. The deadline for applications is 23:59 CET (Central European Time), 10 February 2019.
Nidhi Mehra Auto-Injectors Growth Opportunities and Industry Forecast Analysis Research Report
The auto-injectors market is expected to cross $4.0 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 18.6% between 2017-2023.
Rising prevalence of anaphylaxis and increasing healthcare spending are some of the key drivers for the global market growth. Additionally, emerging biologic drug therapies, minimized needle-stick injuries and growing aging population also support the growth of the global market.
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The auto-injectors market in Europe is expected to reach $537.2 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 17.4% between 2017-2023. The auto-injectors industry in Europe is witnessing growth mainly due to increasing prevalence of diseases such as anaphylaxis, multiple sclerosis, diabetes and rising geriatric population.
According to European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, more than 150 million Europeans suffered from chronic allergy diseases in 2016. Among the various countries in the European region, the U.K. held the largest share of the European market for auto-injectors with 29.1% share in 2016.
Some of the key players operating in the auto-injectors market include Mylan N.V., Antares Pharma Inc., Becton, Dickinson & Co., Eli Lilly and Company, Pfizer, Inc., Bayer AG, Novartis International AG, Bristol-Myer Squibb, Novartis AG, Amgen Inc. and Biogen Inc.
Nidhi Patil Healthcare BPO Services Market – Expected To Open Up New Growth Avenues In The Near Future
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The global healthcare BPO services is expected to reach US$ 416,431.8 Mn in 2025 from US$ 192,131.6 Mn in 2017. The market is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 10.4% from 2018-2025.
Healthcare Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO) offers customized solutions to the healthcare providers and payers to reduce the complexity of various tedious tasks involved at several stages of the workflow and establishment. These services are also helpful to enrich resource allocation, boost the financial performance of the company/organization, seek strategic growth support as well as reduce operational costs to maximize profit margins.
The top 15 industry players operating in Healthcare BPO services market across the globe includes IBM, Accenture, WNS (Holdings) Ltd., HCL Technologies Limited., Invensis Technologies Pvt Ltd, Cognizant, Infosys Limited, Tata Consultancy Services Limited, Genpact, Xerox Corporation, GeBBS Healthcare Solutions, Capgemini, Omega Healthcare, Flatworld Solutions Pvt. Ltd., and Magellan Solutions among others.
Nidhi Patil Healthcare Mobility Solutions Market - Industry Analysis by Type, Technology, End-Use, Application and Top Key Players by 2025
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Healthcare mobility solutions help the healthcare organizations to stream workflow and effectively manage workforce and patient data. These solutions comprises of mobile applications and enterprise solution platforms. Enterprise solutions offered by various healthcare IT firms provide various advantages such as cost-effectively healthcare management and efficient management of healthcare resources.
Exponential growth of healthcare IT Sector I developed countries across the globe and rising demand for healthcare IT products for healthcare data management are the key drivers for the market growth. Moreover, digitalization healthcare and demand for patient care management solutions are expected to offer opportunity for the growth of healthcare mobility solutions market during the forecast period.
Some of the key players influencing the market Oracle, At&T, Cisco Systems, Inc., Koninklijke Philips N.V., SAP SE, ZIH Corp and/or its affiliates., Cerner Corporation, McKesson Corporation, Airstrip Technologies, Inc., [x]cube LABS and others.

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