eDevice Recognized as the Most Innovative Digital Health Company in Europe at the Tech Tour 2017 Awards
eDevice has been named the winner of the Digital Health Award, as part of Tech Tour’s Healthtech Awards 2017, which recognizes the most innovative healthtech companies in Europe. Receipt of the award is a substantial achievement for the French company, which has been leading the connected care market for the past 15 years.
eDevice first introduced its business at the French Tech Tour event in 2001. The Tech Tour Healthtech Award highlights the successful developments of European companies that have reached significant milestones and made important contributions to the healthcare industry since their presentations at prior Tech Tour events.
Founded in 1999, eDevice is the leading provider of connected care solutions and currently connects 600,000 patients to caregivers around the world. Marc Berrebi, Co-Founder of eDevice, declares: “We started sharing our vision of the Internet of Things at the 2001 French Tech Tour and it was a turning point for the company. After a roller coaster start-up adventure, we are extremely proud to be again in front of the best industry experts to receive the Tech Tour Digital Health Award.”
eDevice’s award follows an impressive list of recognitions for the company, including Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Award 2017, and Red Herring’s Top 100 Award 2017.
Past winners of the Tech Tour Healthtech Awards include CeQur, Endosense, EOS Imaging, MindMaze, Occlutech, Sapiens Steering Brain Stimulation, and Sophia Genetics.
The Tech Tour 2017 Healthtech Summit and Awards are proudly supported by Boston Scientific, Medtronic, Pictet, State of Vaud, Bryan, Garnier & Co, Strammer, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, Euronext, McKinsey & Company, Biopôle, EPFL, Cukierman & Co Life Sciences, Health 2.0, Healthware International, the MedTech Strategist, MedTech Engine, mHealth Israel and StartUp Health.