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The best of HealhTech rewarded at MedInTechs

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Dix. This is the number of trophies that were awarded to players in health innovation during the first edition of the MedInTechs fair, which was held on March 8 and 9, 2022 at the Parc Floral de Paris in partnership with Point. The goal? Highlight the personalities and HealthTech start-ups that have marked the health sector in 2021.

Among the winners, Apnéal, an application that makes it possible to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome (OSAS) simply by using your smartphone, or Abys Medical, a start-up created in 2018 in La Rochelle which succeeded in feat of digitizing the surgical process and making it fully customizable.

Beyond these technologies, which one might think come out of science fiction films, what characterizes each of the winners the most is the desire to facilitate and simplify the care of patients, to make medicine more personalized, preventive and predictive, in order to put the patient back at the center of the decisions that concern him.

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Winners who embody the MedInTechs spirit

Indeed, MedInTechs is an innovation in itself. Bringing together the health and HealthTech ecosystem at the same event and opening these advances to the general public is a great first. “MedInTechs’ cross-disciplinary approach to medical innovation is unique, doctors have been able to discover the technological revolutions to come in their practices and citizens have been able to learn about what will transform their daily lives”, explains Muriel Benitah, co-founder and President of MedInTechs.

A first edition which was a great success, since the event organized within the framework of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union and under the high patronage of Olivier Véran welcomed 6,000 visitors and offered more than 200 content under form of stands, workshops and conferences, 6 of which were organized in partnership with Point.

Inexorably looking to the future, the MedInTechs team is already preparing the second edition of the show, which will take place on March 22 and 23, 2023. The future is promising, for the health sector as well as for MedInTechs.

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Entrepreneurs and start-ups rewarded

  • Fabienne Delaplace, President of UCB France, wins the “Leader” category trophy

  • Aurore Deligny, Director of Health Prevention – Institut Raphael, wins the “Hope, under 40” category trophy

  • David Gruson, Jouve, wins the “Parcours” category trophy

  • Camille Vincent-Vaisman, AI for Tomorrow, wins the “Woman of the Year” trophy

  • Alain Habra, Quantiq.io, wins the “Personal favorite” category trophy

  • Abys Medical wins the “Grand Prix Innovation” category trophy

  • Ludocare wins the “Digital Therapy (DTx)” category trophy

  • Implicity wins the “Telemedicine and telesurveillance” category trophy

  • Apnéal wins the “Data and AI” category trophy

  • ArtDesignStory and Diampark win the “Coup de coeur start-up” trophies


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