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Health2.0 Chapter Brussels: How to approach Silicon Valley

Ready for Health2.0 Chapter BXL?

This time it is a lunch session: February 26th at 12.30 (Lunchtime)!  

Learn from Silicon Valley specialists on how to approach the US market and how to calculate ROI on digital health solutions. 

So what do you say? Are you in? Looking forward seeing you there!

Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/health20-bxl-how-to-approach-silicon-valley-and-to-calculate-roi-of-digital-health-solutions-tickets-21643444124

Venue : BLSI – Clos chapelle aux champs 30, 1200 Brussels (Metro: Vandervelde)

AGENDA

12.30 – 12.35:  Welcome and introduction

12.35 – 12.50:  Two demo's of healthtech companies: Osimis & Andaman7

12.50 – 13.30:  "An Insider's Guide to Raising Money in Silicon Valley"

Learn how Radhika Emens and Jorden Woods guide European startups to get their formula right to be 'US-ready'.

13.30 – 14.30:    Networking and time to go back to work.

 
OsimisOur mission is to re-wire the medical imaging space through the use of open source software.
Osimis was created alongside Orthanc (orthanc-server.com, FSF 2015 Award for Advancement in FOSS winner) to help it reach a wider market.
Besides providing consulting, custom developments and training services around Orthanc, we also develop a SaaS product, smendr.com, that enables storage, viewing, processing and sharing of medical imaging on local devices as well as in the cloud. Our demo: smendr.osimis.io

Andaman transp

Andaman7 was created to significantly improve communication between doctors and patients and empower them to work effectively. Andaman7 combines and improves: for doctors, an electronic health record and for patients, a personal health record. In addition to that, we built a strong platform to connect them seamlessly and make sure medical data are exchanged securely for a better collaboration and diagnosis.