Challenges

01 – Patient Centric Hospital Discharge – Patient centric discharge management means to put the patient in the center of all things hospital and provide a smooth transition process that covers both, economic interests on the side of the hospital as well as sustainable care quality for the patient as a facilitation. Read more.

02 – Data Donation in a Medical setting – If we declared anonymous data donation from smartphones, wearables and such a moral obligation (such as we could think a physical organ translation could be) and get a grip around the data security issues, we would find ourselves in very advanced stages of understanding how diseases work and what bears which kind of risk if comes to therapy. Read more.

03 – The Electronic Surgery Retractor – The times of abundant medical personal have long gone with physician decline due to unattractive working atmospheres. With increasing wage costs and a lack of skilled personal, hospitals look at new future scenarios. The question is how to be able to effectively keep performance numbers and quality of operations up. Read more.

04 – Staff Education on new Devices – Liability for misuse is the main legal issue why briefings need brush-ups on a regular basis and thoroughly documented. Especially with new nurses joining a preexisting team or honorary temps taking on vacant positions for a short period of time, it becomes essential that the learning curve of these individuals needs immediate support and a kick start. Read more.

05 – Automatic alert in case of Car accidents – Even though accident data sensors are readily available in the high tech environment of a modern automobile, little are they used to surveille vital parameters of passengers. This might be beneficial in predicting hazardous situations such as microsleep or it might be used in the case of an accident. Read more.

06 – Smart TV – Smart TVs are quite widespread but there is no actual standard in broadcasting and technical setup which renders this technology somewhat difficult to access for the technology novice. Read more.

07 – Better clinical decision making – What should “smart” knowledge transfer/education in the field of depression look like to be able to guarantee enhanced treatment quality? Read more.

08 – Earlier Identification of Late Presenters HIV – Early diagnosis of the infection provides benefits for patients, their partners and society as a whole. It not only facilitates treatment, it lowers mortality among infected patients as well as AIDS rates and the costs for society. And it reduces the risk of transmission. “Patients who know that they are infected behave differently. In addition, they get targeted treatment sooner. Read more.

09 – Options for therapeutic documentation for care giving relatives, volunteers, GPs and others in care facilities – They all interact with the patient and need some means of documenting their therapeutic interactions with the individual patient. Read more.

10 – Customize Nexpaq – We want to support Nexpaq going into the medical arena. It might be also interesting how high expectations especially in the medical arena lead to increased research activities in a number of companies. Read more.

11 – Patient-centric Data Halo Integration – Patient-centric Data Halo Integration means monitoring patient behavior constantly, collect data, transfer this data to a unified, central platform, process and analyze the data, and create a feed-back loop to the patient and medical professionals to influence their actual behavior based on the data collected and related to the disease and/or unhealthy situation. But how to integrate this new technology into the user and/or patient behavior and everyday life? Read more.

12 – First Aid Smartphone Application – A whole new range of smartphone-based lifesaving technology is on the verge of entering the market. Through this technology we have the unique chance to boost the first-aid capabilities of the average non-medically trained user with the help of the smartphone. Read more.