George Antoniadis & George Veinoglou
George Veinoglou is a software analyst and project manager in a wide variety of software business applications. He is focused on designing and implementing IT products and solutions to various business sectors and managing high performance teams. He participates in ICON Platforms as commercial manager. George studied econometrics, computer science and management of technology and entrepreneurship strategy.
George Antoniadis was always thinking about "innovation", from the conceptual design to project realization. He obtained Degree in Informatics & Telecommunication from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens and an MBA in Telecommunications from the La Verne University.
Working as a developer, system analyst, user requirement analyst, business consultant, technical manager and project manager, has clear view of the development lifecycle from all perspectives.
He is founding partner of ICON Platforms and business development director.
Empower Loyalty to manage health in the digital era
Patient Loyalty is core to prevention, therapeutic care and wellbeing. A loyal person is the
best ambassador for healthcare optimization. Gamification is the way to design systems using elements that getting them engaged with healthcare activity and the goals of rehabilitation and wellbeing.
The world of citizen / patient centricity, predictive, preventive, personalized healthcare.
Gamification motivate patients to receive ongoing feedback, reminders and status updates about their progress in caring for their own health.
Modern healthcare solutions emphasize on the need to empower citizens to manage their own health and disease and include smart medical sensors, remote e-Health monitoring, analysis and context-aware assistive living technologies.
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Dr Hugo Spiers University College London
Developing a mobile app help diagnose spatial navigation problems in early stage Alzheimer’s dementia
Stephanie Huber Restorative Therapies, on behalf of Cyclone Technologies
Activity Based Restorative Therapy
Dr Jeremy Isaacs St George's University Hospitals NHS FT
Diagnosis of young onset dementia
Bernhard Haas Plymouth University
How to make exercise work – barriers, facilitators and motivators
Professor Jon Marsden Plymouth University
Rehabilitation of balance and gait in cerebellar disorders