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HealthRedesigned is a weekly conversation on building digital products for better health and wellness, presented by Hanno. This podcast is an outlet for changemakers in the health and wellness industry to share how they're harnessing the power of design and technology to build life-changing digital products. This is health, redesigned.

HealthRedesigned is a weekly conversation on building digital products for better health and wellness, presented by Hanno. This podcast is an outlet for changemakers in the health and wellness industry to share how they're harnessing the power of design and technology to build life-changing digital products. This is health, redesigned.
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HealthRedesigned is a weekly conversation on building digital products for better health and wellness, presented by Hanno. This podcast is an outlet for changemakers in the health and wellness industry to share how they're harnessing the power of design and technology to build life-changing digital products. This is health, redesigned.

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@wearehanno

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English


Episodes

Episode 27 - Surgical training gone mobile

5/1/2018
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We chat with Ali Bahsoun and Fiona MacDougall of Touch Surgery, a surgical simulator that uses 3D rendered content to help healthcare professionals learn about surgical procedures and rehearse for surgery on their mobile phones.

Duration:00:31:21

Episode 26 - Creating a hands-on meditation experience

4/24/2018
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We chat with Sarah McDevitt of Core Wellness, a personal meditation device that uses physical biosensors and a digital app to encourage people to build a habit of meditating and easily track their progress.

Duration:00:27:36

Episode 25 - Digitising mental health services for young people

4/17/2018
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We chat with Elaine Bousfield, Founder and Chair of XenZone, a pioneer of online counselling services in the UK that’s been improving access to mental health services for children, young people and adults over the last 20 years.

Duration:00:35:32

Episode 24 - Instant messaging for healthcare professionals

4/10/2018
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We speak to Dr Barney Gilbert, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Forward, a mobile app for healthcare professionals to communicate with one another quickly and efficiently while sharing patient information securely.

Duration:00:21:15

Episode 23 - Building AI to help doctors diagnose cardiac diseases faster

4/3/2018
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We chat with Chiara Scabellone, Product Manager at Cardiologs who tells us how the company plans to create intelligent cardiology tools to help physicians manage cardiac patients at scale and make high-quality cardiology accessible to all.

Duration:00:25:13

Episode 22 - Empowering blind people to travel independently

3/27/2018
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We chat with Umesh Pandya, the Co-founder of Wayfindr. He discusses how the award-winning tech nonprofit plans to use navigation technology and digital design to empower visually impaired people to navigate the world independently, even indoors.

Duration:00:31:16

Episode 21 - A social network with mental health in mind

3/20/2018
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We chat with Robert Morris, the Co-founder of Koko, an AI chatbot that anyone can anonymously share stressful or unpleasant experiences with and receive emotional support or become connected with other supportive anonymous peers on the network. Through Koko, people can get advice and encouragement to help them cope with their emotions and improve their mental wellbeing.

Duration:00:34:07

Episode 20 - Curing anxieties with virtual reality

3/13/2018
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We chat with Tony Hsieh, Co-founder and Product Lead at Limbix which provides virtual reality and digital tools that therapists can use to treat mental health disorders.

Duration:00:35:29

Episode 19 - Helping hospitals to grow with data

3/6/2018
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We chat with Jason Moore, Co-founder and CEO of Stratasan. Based in Nashville, Stratasan assists over 700 hospitals across 40 states in the US with their strategic planning, management and growth through a combination of customised software products and hands-on consulting—helping them better serve the needs of their patient population.

Duration:00:25:55

Episode 18 - Smart city solutions for healthier citizens

2/27/2018
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We speak to Mahnaz Yusaf, a Service Designer and Feimatta Conteh, a Program Manager from FutureEverything about the health innovation projects that they’ve been driving recently through the CityVerve project in the city of Manchester.

Duration:00:40:05

Episode 17 - Lending a pair of eyes to the blind

2/20/2018
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We chat with Hans Jorgen Wiberg , the founder of Be My Eyes who discusses how the app is empowering the blind and visually impaired to lead more independent lives while spurring a micro-volunteering movement that involves over 800,000 volunteers worldwide.

Duration:00:28:26

Episode 16 - Designing inclusive solutions for an ageing population

2/13/2018
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We chat with Eric Kihlstrom, the UK ambassador of Aging2.0, a global volunteer network that supports innovators and entrepreneurs who are taking on the challenges of ageing. He's also a Co-founder of KareInn, a startup that wants to improve quality of life for our parents generation. KareInn builds software to help carers be more productive and use data to deliver more personalised care.

Duration:00:51:28

Episode 15 - Smarter fertility tracking to help women conceive

2/6/2018
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On this episode of HealthRedesigned, we chat with Allison Sarno, Head of Design and User Experience at Ava Women. She shares how Ava Women is using technology to revamp women’s health and helping women understand their bodies better, whether they’re tracking their cycles or determining the right moment to conceive.

Duration:00:28:57

Episode 14 - Preventative healthcare at your fingertips

1/30/2018
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What if you could take a blood test without leaving your home? We chat with Hamish Grierson, CEO and Co-founder at Thriva who tells us why he and his co-founders started the DIY finger-prick blood testing service that’s empowering consumers to take proactive steps towards better health and what’s in-store for Thriva’s future.

Duration:00:33:01

Episode 13 - Curating vitamins for better health

1/23/2018
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We chat with Akash Shah, co-founder and Head of Product at Care/of who tells us how this vitamin subscription company for the modern age is guiding consumers to understand which supplements are right for them and how they plan to complement their products with tools that build positive habits.

Duration:00:46:34

Episode 12 - A smart contraction tracker for pregnant women

1/16/2018
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A woman’s body goes through various sensations throughout pregnancy, which is their body’s way of communicating the progression of their pregnancy. However, understanding most of these signs, like contractions, can be a puzzling experience for women, often sending them into a state of worry and wondering if they should go to the hospital—which can be timely and costly if it turns out to be a false alarm. Bloomlife is the first pregnancy wearable that automatically tracks contractions and...

Duration:00:35:04

Episode 11 - Birth control sent to your doorstep

1/9/2018
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For many women, getting access to birth control safely and on time is a vital healthcare need. Even with health insurance, the cost of getting birth control can be a deterrent and can prevent some from accessing the drugs they need to enable them to take control of their health and ultimately, their lives. Dr. Edvard Engesæth and Michael Rurka share how Nurx is providing women in the U.S with more convenient access to birth control and PrEP from online consultations with physicians to...

Duration:00:58:20

Episode 10 - Combating loneliness with the help of robots

1/2/2018
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Marius Aabel is a co-founder and CTO at No Isolation, a Norwegian startup that’s tackle social isolation and loneliness by designing digital solutions that bring people together. Marius tells us why social isolation is such a pressing problem and how they’re designing solutions to solve an important problem can affect everyone regardless of age.

Duration:00:37:06

Episode 9 - Extending independence with dignity for the vulnerable

12/26/2017
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Jean Anne Booth is the CEO and Founder of UnaliWear the makers of the Kanega watch. This watch is a self-contained voice controlled watch that offers emergency assistance, guide me home assistance, medication reminders, and fall detection. It helps seniors to be more independent, active, and safe. This idea came about when Jean Anne wanted to create a simple, easy, and convenient way for her mom to stay safe while still maintaining her style. Current Personal Emergency Response Systems on...

Duration:00:42:22

Episode 8 - Getting patients to and from medical appointments safely and on-time

12/19/2017
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Imran Cronk is a co-founder and CEO of Ride Health, a platform that helps patients get rides to and from their medical appointments. There is a transportation barrier. It not only affects patients, it also affects health care providers. Imran has an amazing story of how human compassion and empathy turned into an idea. He was a volunteer in a hospital and a patient was discharged around midnight with no ride home. This man was also older and had compromised vision, yet he was planning to...

Duration:00:50:42