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Announcing the winners of the 2023 eHealth Awards

Announcing the winners of the 2023 eHealth Awards

During the 17th edition of the University of E-Health, organized by Castres-Mazamet Technopole, the E-Health Awards honored innovation, economic model and the human aspect.

The transition between digital and imaginary health continues to evolve and promises to transform the field of health. However, is e-health really a long-awaited oasis or is it just a mirage, especially in medical deserts? Over 75 Castres-Mazamet experts gathered to share their eHealth experiences and provide answers during 4 keynote discussions, 10 workshops, a conference, and 9 keynotes.

In addition to these exchanges, this event was above all an opportunity to test the 24 finalists of the eHealth Awards who presented their projects to a jury of 10 different categories, including 6 categories and 4 special prizes.

The winners have been announced at the eHealth Awards Ceremony.

Innovations shaping the future of healthcare

The eHealth Awards, which received 79 applications and selected 24 finalists for 10 different awards, highlighted innovative eHealth solutions and services.

Grand Jury Prize: I-Virtual

I-Virtual, Grand Jury Award winner, has developed Caducy, an innovative solution that allows physiological variables to be measured by means of a video selfie, thus improving remote patient monitoring.

Business Model Cup: Cdiet

Winner of the Business Model Cup, Cdiet provides a systemic response to undernutrition, a major public health problem.

Netizen Cup: EANQA

Winner of the Internet Users’ Cup, EANQA has developed a patient guidance service that helps everyone quickly find the psychiatrist who meets their needs and expectations.

Preferred SD: MonOrdo

Winner of the Favorite for Sustainable Development trophy, MonOrdo offers a solution that facilitates the monitoring and management of treatments for the French people.

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Healthcare professionals and caregivers Category: Legit.Health

Winner in the Healthcare Professionals & Providers category, Legit.Health has developed a tool that accelerates skin disease detection.

Big Data AI category: Avatar by Octopize

Avatar, an innovative technology developed by Octopize, was recognized in the Big Data AI category for its response to the issue of data availability for research.

Digital Therapies or Digital Therapies (DTx) category: C2CARE

C2CARE, winner of the Digital Therapeutics or Digital Therapy (DTx) category, allows its patients with TERVs to benefit from their own home.