Our ecosystem is growing and expanding; reaching further corners of the World and more and more specialties within the health sector. We love to encourage connections between our members and to give them the opportunity to pitch their ideas and projects to the rest of the ecosystem. We take this article as an opportunity to introduce to you 5 new startups who recently joined Barcelona Health Hub.
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Everhealth specializes in telemedicine. It is a leading business in healthcare through technology, which is born from the need to connect doctors with patients, at the time when the need arises and from wherever the patient may be. Its main objective is to look out for the health and wellbeing of patients in an immediate manner.
Everhealth is present both in Spain and in Latin America and offers two principal services. Firstly, KIDSCARE, is a service offered in over 200 education centres in Spain, including nurseries and schools, which provides healthcare to school children and teachers, thus allowing parents and teachers to have peace of mind. Secondly, PEOPLECARE is directed at private individuals, businesses, geriatric residences and big consultancy and insurance firms. Its aim is to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of employees in their company, thereby enhancing a feeling of belonging and being comfortable at work.
Zensei is a symptoms diary app for respiratory health targetted at users suffering asthma; COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) and allergic rhinitis. It answers a variety of questions through the digital phenotype data (surroundings, habits, social factors, medication and perceived health) of respiratory patients.
The questions the app answers are:
- What are the triggers of my respiratory symptoms?
- How will I feel/breathe tomorrow?
- Can I help my doctor to make better decisions or reach more accurate diagnoses based on my collected data?