The King Baudouin Foundation recently published 8 guidelines for health tech innovation, such as mHealth, in order to support better healthcare outcomes.

Watch is short video. More info on their site.


Here you go MySugr! Level 2 !


MHealthBelgium is an initiative of, among others, Agoria and the federal government, to offer mobile health applications an official quality label. In recent weeks, a few more requests have been added and the number now stands at 22.


The position paper by beMedTech Digital Health section shows how this sector took the lead to help mitigate the work overload caused by COVID-19 for health workers and institutions. The paper explains how mhealth solutions - supported with plenty of examples- can be used for telemonitoring, telediagnostics and digitaltherapeutics, as well as online education to the benefit of the patient. Not only during the ongoing pandemic but also afterwards.


The fourth app on the M2 level is Airview by Resmed.


Well @ home is the third app that has successfully completed M2 validation!


The government will fund apps for the rehabilitation of patients with a full hip or knee replacement. It concerns applications to support the treatment at a physiotherapist or in the hospital remotely. Initially they will be used in a comparative clinical study.


Please be informed that a new version of the technical file describing the M2 criteria has been published.


In the past few days, 2 more applications have been added to the list of mHealthBelgium. This now brings the total to 19 apps.


icompanion becomes app number 17 receiving the mHealthBelgium quality seal.

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