M-Sense is a certified medical app for the treatment of migraine and headaches. Users can keep a mobile headache diary in the app and record influencing factors as well as the frequency of migraine attacks and the use of painkillers. M-sense analyses the user’s data and creates a personal headache pattern. However, the app cannot only track and evaluate data. M-sense Active also provides users with non-drug therapy methods to reduce the intensity and frequency of headaches.
Clue is the leading app for women’s health: a menstrual calendar that helps women recognize and understand patterns in their menstrual cycle. With Clue, users can track their period, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), fertile and infertile days, and ovulation. A total of 31 tracking options are available. The clever algorithm learns from the individual data of each user and becomes more intelligent with each input. The Clue website also contains a lot of additional information and articles on the subject of women’s health.
The app Vivy is a digital health record with a personal assistant. Users can conveniently manage all their medical documents in one place and view them at any time. This means that patients always have control over their data and are less dependent on consultation or opening hours. Individual data can be shared with doctors and laboratories as needed to make treatment holistic and effective. Vaccinations, preventive examinations and medication plans can also be managed with Vivy. Many health insurance companies already work together with Vivy – just ask yours!
Esysta is an app of the research- and development-oriented medical technology company Emperra. Diabetes patients can use it to keep their diabetes diary. Data transmission from the blood glucose meter and insulin pen is fully automatic. The app makes the everyday life of diabetics considerably easier, supports better patient care and relieves the burden on health care payers.
The Hamburg-based start-up Retrobrain has been conquering the heads and bodies of older people since 2015 with the MemoreBox game console. The goal: to stay physically and mentally fit. Retrobrain has dedicated itself to the development of therapeutic-preventive video games for both healthy seniors and those affected by dementia, Parkinson and strokes. With their solution, the Hamburg-based company shows that therapy does not always have to be boring but can also be fun.
A few years ago, digestion was still an absolute taboo subject. But Cara Care is cleaning it up. The app is dedicated to the digestive health of its users with a personally tailored therapy and nutrition consultation. Users can keep their digital nutrition diary in the app, enter symptoms and improve their intestinal health in the long term.
Mimi Hearing focuses on healthy hearing. The Berlin-based company is a pioneer in the field of sound personalization. With Mimi’s easily integrated technology, consumer electronics products such as smartphones, headphones and televisions can be adapted to the individual hearing ability of their users. This makes the sound clearer and fuller without turning up the volume. Mimi has thus taken up the fight against hearing damage caused by loud music, for example.
More information about e-health can be found on the german blog of the expert network of The Medical Network (TMN). You can listen to the podcast series of TMN as well.