of digital health solutions.
Workshops, Counseling & Reports
Workshops on trends, forecasts, expanding markets, and value production in digital health solutions.
Closed seminars to assess emerging technologies, industry attractiveness, and the real impact of market innovations.
Startup sessions. Meetings with companies and entrepreneurs interested in growing on the eHealth market.
Studies and research on emerging technologies, expanding global markets, and eHealth capital ventures.
EMI – Global Experience
- Cloud & Data Analytics
- Home Healthcare Delivery
- Connect Care
- Remotelization & Telehealth
- Personal Health Awareness
Big Data Analytics is reinventing Healthcare. Effectiveness, efficiency and universality become more tangible. Data Analytics is being used for a range of operations, such disease management, prevention, medical research, and mainly to support the medical decision-making.
Cloud computing enables top reach in Data Analytics, mitigates costs and inspires innovative eHealth solutions.
Home monitoring services, devices, and equipment (My Connected Home) are increasingly used by public and private healthcare systems, especially for users with chronic pathologies or of advanced age. Focus on telemetry.
Equipment, sensors, big data (BD), cognitive computing (CC) and artificial intelligence (AI) are allowing medicine to be increasingly personalized. No matter the name: personalized medicine, or genomic medicine, or precision medicine, etc. Technologies are enabling solutions to be much more vertical (personal) and less horizontal.
eHealth industry accelerates research, development and offerings of devices, gadgets, sensors and other equipment associated with smartphones. IoT (or Internet of Nanothings – IoNT) are bringing to the healthcare sector a new era of electronic elements for clinical use or for wellness support. Nonapplications will redesign the way we control our health habits.
New interoperability solutions (blockchain, for example) are increasing the possibilities of connecting health care. Improving care through improving connectivity: driver to reduce inequality in the 21st century. Wearables, sensors, devices, mHealth app and telehealth solutions connected in the healthcare chain to provide improvements in medical function.
By the end of the first half of this century, almost all interactions between doctors and patients will occur remotely. The biggest example is the expansion in Teleahealth, which grows to two digits every year. Telehomecare, telemonitoring, teleconsultation, teledermatology, teleoncology and many other remote assistance applications grow and expand explosively. There is no precedent in human history of so many chances of increasing the expansion of medical care.
eHealth technologies are changing personal awareness of individuals in regard to the care of their health. This growing movement, which includes ePatient and Patient Empowerment, should produce a new society profile, with new dogmatic guidance and requirements in healthcare. Emerging social vectors (such healthcare consumerization) already point to that direction. Deficiencies in the public and private healthcare systems have accelerated individual healthcare awareness. It is expected that in this 21st century individuals will increasingly focus on self-care, which will be induced (on a mandatory or discretionary manner) by public and private healthcare systems.