Innovation for innovation sake will no longer have a place in an ever changing and demanding healthcare landscape. Needs-based health innovation is fundamental to generate true transformation in the lives of patients and citizens. How do we create innovation that meets both the societal needs of today, and yet is future proofed for tomorrow? For the EIT Health Summit in Paris Health House build a booth to highlight some of projects shaping the future of healthcare.
The event, held on 02-03 December at the Palais Brongniart in Paris, brought together some of the world’s leading experts to share invaluable, first-hand insights from the worlds of business, education, research and healthcare delivery to accelerate new-thinking – from building a clear need proposition for an idea, all the way through to successful adoption.
To showcase some of these innovative projects, Health House was asked to create an experience booth for the Summit. Visitors were first introduced to an overarching movie covering various topics such as Health Innovations, A.I. & Big Data in Healthcare, Cancer treatment and smart diagnostics and Quality of life for the elderly. After the movie they could explore various projects active in these domains on our touchtables. An overview:
Registers and Biobanks in Transition
ABTRACE - getting antibiotics right
ADPS - The Alzheimer's Disease Prediction Service
ASSESS - retinal phase contrast imaging for early diagnosis
COSMO@HOME - preparing children at home for magnetic resonance imaging using virtual reality
DeepSpA - automated, speech-based cognitive pre-screening for clinical trials in Alzheimer’s Disease
Diabeloop - one step closer to a fully automated “artificial pancreas”
Inveox - rethinking pathology
RGS@HOME- the rehabilitation gaming system
S4DX - digital human blood sample fingerprint
Stockholm3 - predicting the risk of aggressive prostate cancer
Vigo - digital therapeutic for stroke rehabilitation