At IMT we help you generate and build digital health solutions for your organisation. We do this with you through our innovation lab made of digital health training courses, hackathons and challenges. If you are an entrepreneur, we provide you with the training programmes necessary to build and grow your digital health startup or career. Our mission is to foster innovation in digital health to ultimately advance healthcare and help patients.
What We Do
The IMT Academy is the first digital health training academy in the world. We run courses, training programmes and master classes for companies and individuals.
Hackathons, challenges, conferences, we organise from beginning to end digital health innovation events for your organisation.
We support private companies and public organisations on their digital health strategy.
Digital Health Trends
eHealth is a broad term, and refers to the use of information and communications technologies in healthcare.
AI is the use of data science techniques to capture and analyse huge and complex datasets.
A distributed system which records and stores transaction records.
VR aims to combine human senses such as hearing, touch and sight, with software and hardware to create an immersive exploratory virtual environment.
Mobile application programs that offer health-related services on smartphones, tablet PCs and other communication devices.
A longitudinal systematic collection of electronic health information for a patient generated by one or more interactions in any care setting.
Applying game design techniques, game mechanics, and/or game style to non-game applications to solve problems, engage audiences and to make otherwise mundane tasks more fun and engaging.
The application of information processing involving computer hardware and software that deals with the storage, retrieval, sharing, and use of healthcare information and data.
The ability to share and manage information between devices and information systems within and across organisational boundaries.
The techniques and processes used to create images of various parts of the human body for diagnostic and treatment purposes within digital health.
How A Simple Blood Test Can Detect Eight Types of Cancer The most frequent way in which cancers are detected is by obtaining biopsies of cells, and examining potential cancerous tissue under a microscope.
Technological advances mean humans might soon surpass previous limitations of our brains and bodies. Here are 13 transformations we may see in the next decade.
We have some news to share: Bayer’s G4A Generator is looking for innovative healthcare solutions around self-care!
Great event with lots of interesting people. Good opportunity to chat to entrepreneurs in a relaxed environment.
Thank you for yesterday. I had a great time and I learnt a lot. It was interesting to meet people from different disciplines and the talks were fantastic.
Great collaborative event with informative lively speakers. A very motivational bootcamp!
IMT’s commercial knowledge of the digital health market is clear and throughout the workshop, Cristina translated this into practical, actionable takeaways for us to apply. It was an incredibly valuable use of our time.