Ik-Herstel is the winner of the preliminary round of the National Zorg Innovatie Prijs 2020 for the Amsterdam region. The innovative start-up Ik-Herstel, a spin-off of Amsterdam UMC, is a digital coach with personal recovery advice. The e-health application provides patients with clear and relevant information before and after their surgery. A personal recovery plan helps them get back on their feet quickly. The national Zorg Innovatie Prijs is the prize for the most innovative healthcare company in the upscaling phase.
The Zorg Innovatie Prijs is the prize for the most innovative healthcare company in the upscaling phase. Ik-Herstel is the winner of the preliminary round of the Amsterdam region. inBiome received the public award for its method for detecting bacterial infectious diseases at lightning speed, which ensure a ticket to a place in the national final during the Health Valley Event on 12 March. Ik-Herstel and inBiome presented themselves together with three other promising innovative scale-ups during the Zorg2025 meeting at Club Dauphine in Amsterdam. The other participants were:
• Disofa; online therapy
• Kepler Night Nurse (UvA spin-off); an AI application that monitors your well-being at night
• Chantal the Digital Assistant; the digital doctor’s assistant.
All scale-ups have in common that they use technology to provide solutions for the growing demand for care, the rising healthcare costs, the staff shortages and the higher demands that society places on care.
The professional jury praised the level of nominees and proclaimed Ik-Herstel the winner because of its potential positive impact for patients in the Netherlands, but also in the rest of the world. Director Jeroen de Wilde of Ik-Herstel called the prize “a great encouragement to continue”.
The e-health application Ik-Herstel provides patients with clear and relevant information before and after their surgery. A personal recovery plan helps them get back on their feet quickly. Healthcare professionals can monitor the progress of the recovery. When patients use the app, they recover 9 to 12 days faster.
Photo credit: Brenda de Vries 2019
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