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BLUMORPHO is committed to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare systems ensuring that everyone has equal access to care and equal opportunities to lead healthier lives. Through the development of innovative solutions and processes, we address the pressing challenges of the healthcare sector, empower patients and healthcare professional and support game changers. 

We believe that by adopting a holistic approach combining deep technologies and the one health concept , it is possible to achieve long-term sustainability goals and build better health for all. Tightening even more the frontiers between health, well-being, healht & safety at work and maintaining a healthy environment is creating huge expectation and potential for innovation.


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What is Better Health ?

Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. In healthcare systems focusing on a curative approach, such a definition echoes the disruptive concepts of One health and Salutogenesis. 

  • The concept of “one World, One Health” revolving around a fundamental principle: safeguarding human health is intricately linked to the health of animals and their dynamic interactions with the environment and the health of their natural ecosystems.
  • Salutogenesis is focusing on identifying and promoting the health assets which protect the individual against environmental aggression, enhancing prevention and well-being.

When it comes to Better Health, it means mobilizing technical and social innovations to address these two disruptive concepts and make preventive, predictive, personalized, and participatory (4P) medicine a reality.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing healthcare in multiple ways, making the 4P medicine a dream becoming reality. By empowering professionals and transforming patient experience through data driven innovation, AI is reshaping healthcare, empowering professionals and transforming patient experiences. 

In the field of diagnostic, AI algorithms enhance medical analysis, improving accuracy and efficiency of diagnoses. The future of diagnosis will be shaped by massive, continuously collected data, automated interpretation of data streams and data patterns, allowing more and more precise diagnoses. Radiology benefits from AI’s ability to detect subtle anomalies, focus on complex cases, and enhance report quality, enabling physicians to prioritize patient care. But this is true also in the biomedical field where augmented biology is generating a lot of expectations. 

In the pharmaceutical industry, generative AI expedites drug discovery by analyzing vast chemical data and predicting molecular properties, leading to improved patient outcomes.


Beyond generative AI potential for disruptive business models in the broader healthcare sector, AI, machine learning and the collection of real-world data are paving the way of a new area for the patient journey. 

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Personalized medicine

Personalized medicine aims to provide precise diagnostics and tailored treatments based on an individual’s unique biological characteristics. It utilizes computerized analysis of health data and advancements in targeted therapies to revolutionize patient care. By analyzing genomic data, healthcare professionals can predict treatment response and minimize side effects. This innovative approach ensures the right diagnosis, treatment, and timing for each patient, improving overall healthcare outcomes. Personalized medicine applies to the four main stages of a patient’s care: prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. The treatment is specifically tailored to individual needs, for maximum effectiveness. Lien vers Webinar Xsensio. 

Genetic engineering

Genetic modification, is a laboratory-based process that manipulates the DNA of an organism. Genetic engineering finds applications in various fields, such as cancer therapy development, brewing yeasts, genetically modified crops, and livestock production. It is a powerful tool used in research and industry to shape and enhance biological systems.


The next pandemic

In order to prepare for future pandemics, it is crucial to invest globally to strengthen the healthcare sector capacities. Adequate facilities, medical supplies, trained healthcare professionals and a robust work on the social determinants of health are essential to effectively respond to and manage outbreaks.

Resilience of Healthcare systems: Managing a pandemic is challenging but it is even more complicated in low and medium income countries (LMIC). Factors like limited healthcare infrastructures, fragmented value chain, resource constraints, and socio-economic disparities have a huge  impact on their pandemic preparedness.

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Bringing Medical Diagnostic closer to the people in need: BLUMORPHO recognizes the importance of equitable access to healthcare and is actively involved in the HOLICARE project which aims to develop decentralized medical diagnostic devices for respiratory diseases, with the goal of providing healthcare access to all, particularly in resource-limited settings.

Resilience of food and water supply chains: Food security and water scarcity are also putting a huge stress on the health of the global population. Innovations shall be supportive to enhance food production in challenged environment, optimize resources and minimize the use of pesticides, herbicides and antibiotics. 

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By working on such challenges, BLUMORPHO contributes to building resilience and readiness for future pandemics, ensuring that healthcare solutions reach underserved populations and bridging the gap in pandemic preparedness. 

The Better Health approach presents exciting opportunities for deep tech actors to contribute to the field. These opportunities include exploring digital sensors and digital biomarkers, which are essential for data capture in healthcare. Digital sensors play a crucial role in capturing physiological and environmental information, enabling continuous and real-time monitoring of vital signals, behaviors, and health-related environments.  

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