Belgian telecom provider Proximus just launched Doktr, a patient-centric video consultation app for all Belgians. With this product, Proximus- like other telecom companies worldwide– invests in future-proof healthcare. I’m proud to advise this great corporate startup team on strategy and stakeholder management and be part of an exciting journey! Here’s why Doktr might help to
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In times of COVID_19 thinking about starting telemedicine too? dashplus helped AXA Belgium to launch teleconsultations in 2019. Check out the use case here and contact me to start right away.
Have you ever heard of value based healthcare? For some in health, it’s nothing more than a buzzword, others are changing a complete health system to work value based. I think value based healthcare offers anyone in the health business ecosystem interesting possibilities to innovate: hospitals, health insurances, technology and pharma companies, governments, and universities
Insurance company AXA announced to start with teleconsultations in the Belgian market as from 1 July 2019. More than 50 000 Belgians, all customers of AXA’s health insurance, will get free access to the service. AXA and its service partner company AXA Partners already have over 5 years experience with teleconsultations in France. Just a
Preventive care needs certified health coaches Recently, I was at the official launch of the Flemish Association of Health Coaches (VVGC) in Bruges. Over 200 people gathered to listen to the purpose and ambitions of the professional association: they want to train, certify and support preventive health coaches. This way, VVGC wants to guarantee quality
Update on teleconsultations in France (2021) > Update on telehealth app Doktr in Belgium (2021) > At first sight, patients having teleconsultations with a GP or another health professional should be obvious in 2019. But make no mistake. Online consultations are becoming commonplace in the USA, Latin America and Asia already for some years now.
Congrats to Airview, Remecare, Fibricheck and Move Up! They are the first 4 validated health apps by the Belgian government. According to the mobile health validation pyramid, these mobile applications are CE-marked and are compliant with medical devices rules. They also are GDPR-compliant (level 1). We can expect them to be the first in row to get