The winners of e-health awards 2019

The finalists, from the best applications, had present their project at the oral in front of a Grand Jury of experts on July 2nd 2019 at Castres, in a public plenary session. At the end of the day, the jury members had drew up the list of the 6 super-finalists who had been heard again on July 3rd 2019 and the 4 winners.

Great Prize

Project: eStella (Le Crès, France)

Presented by: Smices

Smices designs, develops and markets medical devices for the operating theatre that are highly innovative and have a strong social and human orientation. Smices was created by a multidisciplinary team consisting of surgeons, scientists, engineers and sales consultants with the clear aim of saving human lives. Smices’ advanced technologies have led to the development of eStella, a decision support tool unique in the world using a smartphone application to accurately quantify liver steatosis. It enables reliable real-time measurements during surgery of the donor allowing to decide whether to transplant the liver or not. A first scientific study has been carried out on 40 liver transplantations with results giving a success rate of more than 90%. Our challenge is to make liver transplants possible for those who would never have had one (over 3000 deaths per year globally due to a shortage of livers).




Project: Fizimed (Strasbourg, France)

Presented by: Fizimed

Fizimed develops innovative connected medical devices for women’s health. Our first device, Emy, allows every woman to combat urinary incontinence and improve control of her pelvic floor with the help of a fun and connected medical probe for pelvic floor reeducation at home. Emy is an innovative patented technology, the first medical device for pelvic floor reeducation that is 100 % made in France.



Project: Odysight (Paris – France)

Presented by: Tilak Healthcare

Odysight is the first clinically validated mobile video game allowing to monitor eyesight. It is prescribed by the doctor as a way to monitor the evolution of diseases characterised by impaired visual function and to optimise therapeutic follow-up and care.



Project: Sanivet(Toulouse, France)

Presented by: NeoCare – National Veterinary School of Toulouse

Dog and cat breeders are subject to new regulations. They do not however benefit from a technical institute as is the case for other sectors. The NeoCare Centre has therefore developed a health inspection support platform including in particular a mobile phone application for breeding inspections. This platform allows veterinarians to qualitatively meet the needs of their customers and at the same time save time, and it allows breeders to comply with the new regulations (with the possibility of improving their performance and the well-being of their animals).

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