Just two days to go until our next MoMo Athens event (sign up here, if you haven’t already done so) – we hope you’re as excited as we are!
A brief reminder of what this event’s all about:
Mobile Monday Athens event on mHealth
The upcoming Mobile Monday event is themed around mHealth and is taking place on Wednesday 25 April, from 18:00 p.m. to 22:00 p.m. The event will be held at the Eugenides Foundation (click here for directions on how to get there).
18:00 Doors open
18:30 Welcome to MoMo
18:40 David Doherty (3G Doctor): How mobile is disrupting the health sector
19:00 Sophia Salenius (RegPoint): Apps vs SMS in implementing mobile health
19:20 Dimitris Hagigeorgiou, SAP: Mobille health solutions today
19:40 Nikos Papachristou: The reality and challenges of mHealth in Greece (interactive session)
20:00 Networking break
20:30 mHealth app competition
21:30 Apps crowdfunding and awards
App Competition Finalists
We’re also hosting a crowdfunded app competition at the event – our objective was to present some great mHealth apps that are being developed. Quite a few people answered our call, both from Greece and abroad. It was a difficult decision, but we had to pick just six of the great ideas submitted. The six finalists will have just a few minutes to present their idea at the event – and convince the audience they should win! The winner will be determined at the MoMo Ath event – so come along and join the fun!
Presenting our six finalists (in no particular order):
3. mHealth Open Source Platform for Diabetic Foot Ulcers Tele-consultations by SANA – Greece (website)
An open-source, interactive telemedicine consultations platform aiming to assist the management of diabetic foot ulcers at the patients’ homes
4.Medcare24 by ANATS – Greece (Facebook)
A measurement system that reads calibration data, designed for measuring glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides. The results are then transmitted to a smartphone, PC or tablet and stored.
6. BP-Brazzard by Blood Ace – India (website)
The device and app monitor and maintain a database of the blood pressure level of the user and provide the user with precautionary measures and helpful tips, based on the database.
We wish all our contestants good luck – look forward to the event and competition.