This March the Future Healthcare conference takes place at the Olympia in London. Products and services will be showcased to the national and international audience. Experts will address the biggest challenges facing 21st century healthcare and to understand how advances in innovation will offer greater integration and collaboration to better serve future generations of patients.. Nori Health is coming to London – both as an exhibitor (to show our prototype!) and as finalist as well.
What we are building
More than half of all adults now live with a chronic disease. This puts tremendous pressure on the global health system. And for patients this means that a diagnosis changes their lives literally. In many cases these chronic diseases are manageable. But there is no support in between doctor visits.
We are on a mission to change that. We’re building a personal chatbot assistant that will help guide you through discovering, identifying, and taking action to change what is making you sick.
Our first prototype
We are currently working hard on creating the prototype for the Nori Health application, focused on IBD (Crohn’s Disease & Colitis) patients. In London we will show it live for the first time. Of course this marks an exciting milestone for us as a company, so we’re looking forward to it. Hope to meet you there, you can find us at stand C36.
ps. Did we mention there’s free admission to the conference? That’s right. Subscribe on the site to get a free ticket. If you do, drop us an email to let us know you’re coming and we can meet up.
On top of this we will be competing as finalist in the Invest In Health program. A part of the Future Healthcare conference where a handpicked selection of exciting healthcare startups will present in front of a panel of experts, and to an audience of investors and health professionals. We are proud to explain more about our mission during the competition.
psstt… are you an investor and already want to talk to us before we take the stage in London? Email Roeland to receive the pitch deck and to set up a call.