Future4care launches its second call for projects

This unique accelerator in the European e-health landscape is particularly interested in companies that meet the following three criteria:

– Geography: start-ups headquartered in Europe will be able to join the accelerator;

– Maturity: candidates must be at an intermediate level of their development and need support to accelerate and possibly finance their “go to market”;

– Relevance: each company must respond to one of the two themes around which this second accelerator “batch” is focused. Namely personalized medicine and remote patient care.

By joining Future4care, these companies will benefit both from support in their scaling up and from offices within its very recent campus at 8 rue Jean-Antoine de Baïf, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris.

The 5 labs offered are the Creative lab, Medical & Regulatory lab, Business & Ethics lab, Data & IA Lab and Living Lab

The acceleration program will be built around a network of recognized experts and mentors and will provide a set of tools. These come partly from outside, whether lawyers, entrepreneurs or doctors, but also and above all from the ranks of the 4 founders of Future4care: Capgemini, Generali, Orange and Sanofi.

The problems encountered by entrepreneurs will be attached and dealt with in labs. The 5 labs offered are the Creative lab, Medical & Regulatory lab, Business & Ethics lab, Data & IA Lab and Living Lab.

In recent months, the four major international groups at the origin of the European accelerator have been joined by two first members, Be-Ys and more recently Biocodex, who also work to support these young companies. A dozen other medium and large companies will complete this
ecosystem in the coming months.

First collaborations have already emerged, like that between I-Virtual and Knok, met within Future4care

Support for start-ups has already been effective since February 2022 for the first promotion made up of 20 start-ups, which are ArcaScience, Bbalance, Blazar, Bliss Digital, Therapeutics, Bodyo, Casis, Hoppen, I-Virtual, Juisci, Kapcode, Knok, MaPatho, Meditect,
Medvir, PK Vitality, Remedee Labs, Rofim, SentinHealth, Trayvisor, Wefight, and Whitelab.

The first collaborations within this promotion have already seen the light of day, like that between I-Virtual and Knok, met within Future4care. By joining forces, they have developed a world first. The integration of a tool for measuring physiological variables by camera in teleconsultation acts

Discovering Juisci and Medvir

On the occasion of this second call for projects, the magazine Decision makers has decided to present to you the 20 start-ups of the first promotion.

This week, ZOOM on Juisci and Medvir!

Jusci

Co-founders : Robin Roumengas (CEO) and David Luu (CMO)

Edtech/continuing medical education combining AI (proprietary algorithms) and deeptech and a SAAS solution, the platform developed by Juisci aims to democratize medical education.

It will also become a peer-to-peer exchange platform and allow HCPs to receive instant, live and reliable information in a summarized, visual and personalized format.

To know more : Click here

Medvir

Founding President: Dr. Loïc Etienne

medvir is a medical decision support tool using artificial intelligence. Resulting from 34 years of medical research, medvir was created from the language of patients and Evidence Based Medicine by an emergency doctor, Dr Loïc Stephen.

The only AI on the market to operate on several axes with a single engine, this solution in SaaS mode is interoperable with any medical software, easily configurable to meet specific uses.

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Future4care launches its second call for projects


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