In the magazine “Diabetes Forum” published by the Austrian Diabetes Society, GlucoTab is presented in issue 02/2019 in an article titled “Diabetesmanagement goes digital”.
The special situation of spin-offs is described by the SFG by the example of the decide Clinical Software, participant in iContact.
Spin-offs are special start-ups
Because the company’s foundation is usually preceded by years of development work in research institutions and because the necessary studies for medical devices such as the GlucoTab software are hardly possible without funding.
The DMEA (formerly conhIT) took place this year from 9 to 11 April 2019 in Berlin.
GlucoTab was presented at the booth of Cerner as a partner solution. In a live demo the visitors could not only try out the integration of GlucoTab into the clinical workplace of i.s.h.med, but also get a ...
As one of eight startups, decide Clinical Software qualified for the multi-day startup bootcamp, which will take place for the third time in New York at the beginning of March 2019: The Pitching Days, organized by Außenwirtschaft Austria in cooperation with Junge Wirtschaft and aws i2 Business Angels.
The event was covered in various media.
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On 28 and 29 November 2018, the European Innovation Council (EIC) and Medtronic, a leader in the world of medical technology, gathered 20 companies to discuss the transformation of healthcare and promote business partnerships. decide Clinical Software shared its solution “GlucoTab” for blood glucose management.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have been playing an increasingly crucial role in the development of new products in the medical device ...
The SFG (Styrian Business Promotion Agency) presents GlucoTab in its story channel.
Up to one third of the people admitted to hospital have diabetes. This impedes healing and poses medical and organisational challenges for hospital staff. A local start-up helps to master these challenges.
Prof. Thomas Pieber introduced GlucoTab in a guest commentary.
Thereafter, three representatives of the Hessian healthcare system had a say in interviews: Dieter Bartsch, Head of Main-Kinzig-Hospitals and Vice President of the Hessian Hospital Association, Frank Dastych, Chairman of the Association ...