Global get-together of startups and clinics about new digital health solutions at 5-HT Health Fair for Healthcare

The 5-HT Digital Hub Chemistry & Health hosted a global delegation on 27 November 2019 in Ludwigshafen: The representatives of hospitals, doctors and rehab clinics from Eastern Europe and South America had the opportunity to meet startups and corporates and discuss potential collaboration.

The participants of 5-HT Health Fair for Healthcare

The digital transformation has long been ubiquitous and also affects the healthcare sector. During their four-week stay in Germany, the participants of the delegation of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) GmbH were able to get an idea of the extent to which this has already been implemented in clinics and other care facilities in Germany.

Within this framework, the 5-HT Digital Hub Chemistry & Health organized an event last week which brought together representatives of clinics and care institutions from Eastern Europe and South America with German startups and corporates.

The event was kicked off by an introduction from Digital Hub’s Marco Majer who presented the Federal Digital Hub Initiative and the 5-HT Digital Hub Chemistry&Health.

The introduction by Marco Majer from 5-HT Digital Hub Chemistry&Health

Anna Nerz from SAP vividly presented to the audience the approaches and solutions that SAP offers to the health sector.

Anna Nerz from SAP presenting their solutions for Healthcare

The German startups LIME, kubicum, Living Brain, Medicalcooling and EDU Medical College had the opportunity to present their innovative products and services to the delegation in short pitches.

Pascal Lindemann from LIME
Jürgen Kuhn from kubicum: „Great opportunity to talk to potential foreign multipliers for our tools“
Barbara Stegmann from Living Brain
Fabian Temme from Medicalcooling inc.: “This was a great event to present in front of representatives of foreign countries.”
Johannes Woehler from EDU Medical College: “Thanks for organizing this event. It was great to discuss with medical experts from around the world how the future of medical education could look like.”

At the walking coffee with snacks, the visitors had then the opportunity for an intensive exchange with the startups and the corporates which led to valuable conversations, in some cases even to further exchanges and negotiations.

Networking & walking coffee

The participants of the delegation were very interested and gave an extremely positive feedback. Probably some of them will return as guests or with a startup at the upcoming 5-HT X-linker Startup Bootcamp in February 2020, corresponding interest from the participants has already been expressed.

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