Today data-based decision making plays a key role in shaping the ecosystem of healthcare. With real-time monitoring technologies and AI-driven diagnoses, patients can be prevented from the hard consequences and hospitals have the possibility to manage the data without overload.
Indeed wearables have a huge value in the medical environment, there is still discussion around the reliability and security of data which should be elaborated. In this edition of “Wear It Live” we invite experts from all related fields to discuss how the healthcare system benefits from wearable technology and explore the real case studies in order to define the strengths and weaknesses of the tech in medicine and the future perspective of health innovation. Also, we will have a look at tech integration into existing workflows of hospitals and what it takes for the company to enter the market.
Wednesday, September 9th 2020
Thursday, September 9th, 2020 CET+2 (Berlin) 6 pm – 7:30 pm
Panel Discussion (40 min)
Start-up Pitches (10 min)
Networking (30 min)
This networking group is dedicated to the exchange between stakeholders of the wearable tech industry and professionals interested in the topic of close to body devices & services. We are bringing together experts from cross-industries, showcasing existing products, upcoming start-up ideas and near-future business concepts that have the potential to impact our lives and disrupt industries.
“We are visiting Wear It Innovation Summit because we can see that there are a lot of companies that are also operating within this space with very innovative ideas and interesting opportunities and discussions about potential partnering or other types of solutions that are in the market place- so it helps us to have a better overall understanding of what’s going on on the market place.”
I am definitely interested to see how value is created, thinking, for example, health care is something for Wear It where I am definitely interested in seeing how you can generate value for individuals in the society at all.