4 exciting health care trends to look out for in 2024: longevity & lifestyle medicine, hospital venturing, GenAI, neurotech.
Our mentorship program: expertise, process and skills for managers in health care, farma and insurances
A mentor serves as a reliable guide, offering sector expertise, as well as sharing personal and professional experiences and network. Unlike coaching, which is more focused on behavior change by the coachee, mentoring is more commonly used for new employees, new roles, or as a way to provide inspiration and out-of-the-box thinking to top
Introduction In 2023, Belgian healthtech startups and scaleups attracted investments worth a total of €258 million. Since 2016, in general, Belgian startups have seen a significant 43% increase in capital raised, as reported by Statista. And although 2023 marked stagnation after exceptional health tech years all over Europe, Belgium has solidified its reputation within the European venture capital scene, strengthening
Some remarkable new players have entered the playground of lifestyle medicine post covid. Hospitals in the USA and Europe are investing in lifestyle medicine programs. These ones caught our attention.
2023 was not a good year for global venture capital investments: we see a decline in all sectors, and healthcare is no exception. After years of growth since 2017, there is now at least a stagnation in the willingness to invest in health tech startups and scaleups. Belgium is not exempt from this challenging situation.
Starting and growing a healthcare business can be a challenging journey. Whether you’re just beginning with an idea or have been in the industry for a while, finding the right guidance and support is crucial for success. That’s where mentorship comes in. A mentor can provide the necessary expertise, experience, and support to help healthcare
Dealing with no shows in medical practice: How missed appointments affect the healthcare system and ways to address it
No-shows or missed medical appointments have been a thorn in the side for many health professionals, all over the world for many years. A lot of research has been conducted into the problem and various solutions are being applied. Think of all kinds of messages in the waiting room or a no-show fee. In several
Starting from 1 October, a new procedure for reimbursement of medical apps is in effect in Belgium. Inspired by the previous ‘mobile health pyramid’, the new procedure concentrates on integrating medical mobile health apps into the healthcare process. Key updates include: a stronger emphasis on integrating the app into a care pathway RIZIV’s vision for this