Let's explore digital health together

The digital health era is now. Telehealth, telemedicine and digital therapeutics will be a commodity in the post-COVID healthcare ecosystem. 

Join a telehealth mastermind group organised by dashplus. Here's what others think of it:

InesDermatologist and co-founder of Telemedi​
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Participating in the mastermind group can be seen as a fast-forward for anyone who is already working in digital healthcare. It offers an excellent network and new, surprising insights.
BartManaging Director, Certimed​
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I experienced the group as a step towards a digital future and taking away barriers between multiple disciplines in the healthcare ecosystem. ​
ChristelBehaviour, ABFT, EFT and EFFT therapist​
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It was great to be part of this diverse group that was very inspiring in creating and promoting safe, reliable and easily accessible e-(mental) health that deserves a permanent place in healthcare.
LiekeNeurological speech therapist and founder of Afasietherapie​
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E-health will not replace physicians or therapists. However, physicians and therapists who use e-health will replace those who do not.
SarahNurse and dietitian, Academic Hospital​
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Before Covid-19, our department had no experience with using teleconsultations. We quickly started doing so when the pandemic began. It was enriching to hear colleagues talk about how they had already worked out such a system. It provided me with insights and new ideas for our practice.
MiekePhoniatrician and founder of TelePHON.digtal​
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The learning group I was glad to be part of, can best be described by using the following three words: know-how, intellect and enthusiasm. I call them bees: beguiling and eager intellectual experts.

Guiding your team towards digital health services

In 2020, Covid-19 changed the world. And everywhere, it opened a window for digital healthcare. Telehealth is now widely used for primary care, mental health, dermatology and more.   

Tackling these challenges together

If your team is investing in digital health innovations, it might be challenging to know:

  • what’s happening in this international market  
  • how to implement digital health services
  • what quality issues to reassure
  • what partners and stakeholders to reach out to (and how)   

 We do tackle this topics in our mastermind groups on telehealthBut maybe you prefer a dedicated in-house guidance for your team. That’s possible too.    

Some interesting facts:

  • digital health investments keep on booming. 20% of European (corporate) health startups started since the COVID-pandemic.   
  • Before the pandemic, European healthcare professionals used telehealth mostly for managing chronic diseases. Since Covid-19, a shift is made towards first-visit patients and returning patients who had not visited a doctor for a long time.
  • France reimbursed 40.000 teleconsults/month in pre-Covid times. In the beginning of the  pandemic, this increased by a 10-fold in one week. ‘La French healththech’ is now at the forefront in Europe. 
  • In 2020 teleconsultations made up 21% of total doctor visits in the US. Before the pandemic, this was less than 0,01%.
  • In the Nordics, an average of 10-15% of patient contacts are digital now.

What are you waiting for?

Take this journey with me, in group or with dedicated advice and learnings for your team.

Your team will benefit in 4 ways:

  • You will learn about the telehealth market in Europe 
  • You will be familiar with the quality, regulatory and reimbursement aspects   
  • You will receive insights and learn from trusted peers in my network
  • You will be confident to reach out to partners and stakeholders 

Looking forward to meeting you,


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