From battling teen isolation and helping elders manage their medication to teaching healthy screentime reduction – digital healthcare projects take on exciting challenges. The expert panel of the Digital Health Nation Innovation Booster selected 20 projects which are set to make a difference in digital health.
Digital health innovation is playing a pivotal role in transforming patient care and revolutionizing the healthcare landscape. Digital Health Nation Innovation Booster, powered by Innosuisse, is at the forefront of nurturing and supporting radical innovation projects. With a focus on advancing patient care and healthcare systems, the independent expert panel has carefully selected 20 promising projects.
Through its comprehensive support system, Innovation Booster empowers entrepreneurs and researchers to turn their visionary ideas into reality. The path to becoming part of the 2023 cohort was not easy. A panel of esteemed experts from both healthcare and technology domains meticulously evaluated project proposals. The selection criteria encompassed the potential for innovation, scalability, and tangible impact on healthcare in Switzerland. After a rigorous evaluation, 20 projects were invited to join the initial “Feasibility” stage of the program, and benefit from personalized coaching, non-dilutive funding and participation in boot camps and events to bring their idea to the next level. Each of the selected interdisciplinary teams brings a unique perspective to the table, promising to address critical challenges:
Patient engagement and empowerment
Healthcare information quality, access, and interoperability
(HCP) education and adoption of digital tools
Selected projects embody the spirit of progress, collaboration, and innovation that defines the future of healthcare. Digital Health Nation Innovation Booster offers a collaborative platform for knowledge-sharing and problem-solving, fostering an environment of continuous growth and improvement.
Discover more about Innovation Booster and how it helps to transform ideas into MVPs: Contact us if you are interested in a partnership of if you would like to become part of a public-private consortium.
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