start-ups launch bed management offensive

Outpatient care development, bed cuts, patient flow to be regulated: the hospital is increasingly using start-ups to manage care pathways, despite the reluctance of caregivers. It was listening to his wife, an anesthetist-resuscitator in Alsace, tell him in the spring of 2020, in the midst of the Covid crisis, the incessant calls from other establishments … Read more

start-ups launch bed management offensive

AFP, Posted on Monday, November 14, 2022 at 7:26 AM Outpatient care development, bed cuts, patient flow to be regulated: the hospital is increasingly using start-ups to manage care pathways, despite the reluctance of caregivers. It was listening to his wife, an anesthetist-resuscitator in Alsace, tell him in the spring of 2020, in the midst … Read more

the real estate start-up to find the ideal tenant

By Figaro Services Published 2 hours ago, Update 2 hours ago With a simple and humane service, Studapart helps you find the ideal tenant When it comes to renting properties, the challenge is always the same: finding the right tenant. With studentpart , start-up champion of growth in the real estate market, renting your apartment … Read more

Choosing the right business health app

Alexandre Chagnon, co-founder of TherAppX (Photo: courtesy) EMPLOYEE’S MENTAL HEALTH. Health apps have exploded in recent years. There are now over 300,000 on the Canadian market, and their growth is sustained. These apps are also becoming increasingly popular among Quebec business owners who want to preserve the mental and physical health of their employees. Several … Read more

Healing the Brain with Micro-Robots, the Fantastic Journey of a Californian Startup

Send a miniature robot to the human brain to cure it? What was science fiction a few decades ago can quickly become reality, says the founder of Bionaut Labs, a Californian startup that plans its first clinical trials in two years. “The micro-robot idea dates back to before I was born. One of the most … Read more

Nurau, the new Uber for corporate mental health

“We face a lot of mental health issues that companies are not equipped for,” says Nurau founder and president Justin Lessard-Wajcer. (Courtesy photo) Montreal startup Nurau distinguished itself by winning first prize in the TechPreneur SME MTL competition last week, as well as being designated today as one of Startup Montreal’s 20 2022 Breakthroughs. The … Read more