dashplus is part of the Stroke2gether project consortium in Belgium. This project focuses on the development and scale-up of a digital transmural recovery pathway for individuals after stroke. 20.000 Belgians suffer a stroke every year. After hospital discharge, there is often insufficiently thorough follow-up, too much fragmentation and ad hoc care. To help people and
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Understand the health market
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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
All kinds of health professionals are paid for teleconsultations now
Belgium has now opened up the covid_19 reimbursement of teleconsultations by doctors to psychologists too.
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.
his article is part of a dashplus-series on corporate innovation in healthcare. Next blog will focus on the requirements and impact of hospital venturing. Don’t miss it! For hospitals, there are several reasons to invest in innovation and they can choose many ways to do so. In my latest blog ‘what is hospital venturing and why could it be
What is dementia? Dementia is an umbrella term that covers a range of medical conditions that cause cognitive deterioration beyond that of normal ageing. This deterioration is severe enough to cause those who suffer from it, to require assistance for basic daily functions. Dementia is all too often linked to memory loss and grief about
Digital health reimbursement starts as of 2020 Hurray, the largest European market is finally opening up for digital health entrepreneurs! Starting from 2020, over 73 million Germans in the public health system can now get digital health apps prescribed and refunded. The ‘digital health law’ making this huge step into modernity possible for German patients