Smart Health

DX-Labtrack

“Wild Card has been a rollercoaster of challenges and emotions, and a unique learning experience. EIT Health set up this programme designed to support game changing ideas in the healthcare field and in the next few months we hope to be walking that path towards revolutionising the way antibiotics are prescribed.

The Abtrace approach can and is urgently needed to fight back against the rising threat of AMR.”

Fight Back

Abtrace

“Being part of Wild Card was an exceptional challenge and a gigantic step forward for us personally and for the project.

Encouraged by the coaches to get out and challenge our idea through interviewing a wide range of potential customers and partners, we were able to sharpen our understanding of the market and the problem that we are aiming to address.”

Learn more about the team and their Wild Card innovation

Learn more about the team and their Wild Card innovation

About EIT Health

Wild Card is an EIT Health initiative.

EIT Health is one of the largest healthcare initiatives worldwide. Its goal is to sustainably advance the fundamentals of healthcare and thus promote suitable future conditions for healthy living, active ageing and improved wellbeing of people across Europe. EIT Health leverages the expertise of around 150 member organisations from the pharma, diagnostics and med tech fields, payers, insurers, research institutions and universities. As one of the EIT’s Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs), the initiative benefits from some of the world’s best-in-class academic and research organisations and offers both higher education and business expertise. By investing in Europe’s best entrepreneurial talents and ideas, EIT Health fosters the development and commercialization of smart product and service solutions in the health sector, addressing the challenges posed by demographic change and ageing societies.

Headquartered in Munich (Germany), EIT Health has six co-location centres in London (UK/Ireland), Stockholm (Scandinavia), Barcelona (Spain), Paris (France), Mannheim and Heidelberg (Germany/Switzerland) and Rotterdam (Belgium/Netherlands), as well as regional “EIT Health InnoStars” clusters consisting of industry partners, academia, and health providers linked to seven regions in six countries – Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Italy and Wales.

More information on EIT Health can be found here: https://www.eithealth.eu/