Happy Birthday Digital Salutem – 2 Years!!

Happy Birthday Digital Salutem – 2 Years!!

  It is with pride that we would like to announce the 2nd anniversary of Digital Salutem!! November 2 years ago we started with a mission to change digital healthcare innovation whilst having a positive impact on businesses and society. Our multidisciplinary group of digital health experts worked hard and we achieved a lot. We […]

The Problem of Wearable Technology Data Collection and EU Regulation

The Problem of Wearable Technology Data Collection and EU Regulation

European regulators bring concern for start-ups that plan to sell their fitness and tracking devices to the corporate customer. Last June the European Advisory Panel stated that employers should be banned from giving their employees wearable tracking devices such as fitness monitors and smartwatches to track their employees’ health. Additionally the EU body also made […]

Is Your Phone Your New GP? Say Hello To Your AI Doctor

Is Your Phone Your New GP? Say Hello To Your AI Doctor

Say Hello To Your AI Doctor. Technology has been moving fast, realizing dreams from virtual reality glasses to self-driving cars. Health technology however is a different story. Where humans have always dreamed big, fantasizing about better, longer-lasting bodies and more effective and less expensive healthcare, technology has lagged behind.

WHINN 2017: Our Experience at Week of Health & Innovation

WHINN 2017: Our Experience at Week of Health & Innovation

Posted by on Oct 17, 2017 in Digital Health, Events, Wearables | No Comments

  Last week our very own João Bocas attended WHINN, Week of Health INNovation, in Odense, Denmark. João was invited to be a social media ambassador, during the three days, sharing event content and meaningful insights on healthcare innovation. We were very excited to work with other great people, Danielle Siarri, Christina Roosen, Stefan Buttigieg […]

An Interview with Joao Bocas – Healthcare Wearables: What are the Risks?

An Interview with Joao Bocas – Healthcare Wearables: What are the Risks?

  How can stakeholders harness the potential of healthcare wearables to revolutionise the care continuum while successfully navigating legislative and technical risks? HealthManagement.org spoke to Global Top 100 Digital Health Influencer, João Bocas for his insights.

SMART SUMMIT London – The Opportunity for New Business Models in IoT

SMART SUMMIT London – The Opportunity for New Business Models in IoT

  Last week was the third edition of Smart Summit London. Smart Summit London is Europe’s leading IoT and connected living event. The conference attracts attendees from all over the world from diverse fields. From government to smart home OEMs as well as telecom operators, healthcare organizations, insurance or semiconductor companies.

Finally Wearable Market Is Going To Grow!

Finally Wearable Market Is Going To Grow!

Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in Sensors, Wearables | No Comments

Finally the wearable market is expected to grow! “The market for connected wearables has entered a strong growth phase that will last for many years to come.” – (Berg Insight, 2017) In 2016 the estimated units shipped reached 96.5 million. Following Berg Insights research, the upcoming five years the connected wearables market is expected to […]

How can Wearable Technology bring value to the Fitness Industry?

How can Wearable Technology bring value to the Fitness Industry?

Posted by on Aug 22, 2017 in Digital Health, Fitness, mHealth, Wearables | No Comments

  Fitness Providers are constantly looking for engaging strategies in order to innovate in their businesses, and many gyms are focused on Wearable technologies. This serves the purpose of acquiring and retaining members. Wearables can be agame changer for improving upon that experience.

Solving Healthcare’s Biggest and Least Sexy Problems

Solving Healthcare’s Biggest and Least Sexy Problems

  Unlike clinical issues, inefficiency and waste are often overlooked because it’s complicated and “unsexy”. These operational issues however could be the biggest lever for fixing healthcare, decreasing its cost and enhancing the patient experience. But…. Tackling these issues is difficult.

Nokia Launches Portfolio of Digital Health Products.

Nokia Launches Portfolio of Digital Health Products.

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Digital Health, Wearables | No Comments

  Nokia announced its re-entry into the consumer market in late June by launching a portfolio of digital health products ranging from elegant activity/sleep trackers to smart scales and a home air-quality monitor. As the largest line of connected consumer health products on the market, they are now available for purchase on their website and at many […]