The future of healthcare is digital, patient-centric and focused on prevention. Digital solutions can ensure better patient outcomes, empower individuals to take control of their own health, and unburden the healthcare system. TNO applies our expertise, technology and data to develop the solutions that will contribute to better health, lower costs and more targeted research.
Unlocking the power of Health Data
TNO plays a central role in bringing stakeholders in public health and healthcare together to develop robust, secure and effective Health Data Ecosystems.
Our latest developments
ENGAGE: Patient-driven technology for better insight into disease
The newly formed ENGAGE consortium brings together partners from the entire healthcare ecosystem to develop and implement technological solutions that help people with Type 2 Diabetes address meaningful aspects of their health.
Patient Centric Measurements & Trials
Ease of access, compliance with all legal and privacy regulations, and true relevance for patients and healthcare professionals are important prerequisites for its seamless adoption. TNO offers a one-stop shop for developing innovative ways to measure health, such as digital biomarkers, that put patients first.
Time setters: reduce long waits for new medication with AMS
In this episode, we talk to time setter Wouter Vaes, researcher in microdosing and microtracer studies, about using AMS technology to speed up the development time of new drugs by years.
Health Data Management & Modelling
Data is at the heart of a patient-centric, preventative and digital healthcare future. However, collecting, processing and utilising these data is complex. TNO plays a central role in bringing stakeholders in public health and healthcare together to develop robust, secure and effective Health Data Ecosystems that can address these challenges and optimally use data to improve patient care.
Ancora Health develops personal diabetes plan with 360 methodology
With the help of TNO's knowledge of diabetic typing, Ancora Health wants to implement a diabetes lifestyle programme within healthcare.