The five stages of Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) affects everyone differently. The disease doesn’t always move in a straight line and it can be tricky to predict exactly how it will progress. Symptoms can vary significantly from person to person, as can the severity of symptoms and the rate of progression.  Nevertheless, there are some general patterns of progression that […]

Meet the Orbiters – Ellie

The problems we face in healthcare today cannot be changed with technology alone. It is the people behind the scenes, who are dedicated to advancing and pushing for change, that will make a real positive impact. This week we spoke with our Clinical Affairs Manager, Ellie Cannon.    Q: Why did you decide to join […]

Standard of Care: How different systems affect your go-to-market strategy

For the third installment of our advisor spotlight, we are excited to be speaking with Aman Bhatti. Apart from his advisory role, Aman is the current VP of Global Medical Affairs & Head of BioPharma Partnerships at Alivecor where he is focused on developing revolutionary technologies to increase healthcare accessibility, predict disease onset and improve […]

How Neptune Works

https://orbit.health/wp-content/uploads/Orbit-Health-Neptune.mp4 We are excited to launch our Neptune animation video to explain the AI-enabled solution we are developing to help improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s. Many people may not know that Parkinson’s affects each individual differently and throughout the progression of the disease, regular medication adjustments will be needed in order to […]

Understanding the relationship between diet and Parkinson’s disease

A balanced diet provides your body with the nutrients it needs to function effectively. For people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), a balanced diet is even more important. Research suggests some types of food may help alleviate the symptoms of PD, while others may exacerbate them. Some foods can even impact the way PD medication works.  […]

Technological Advancements in Parkinson’s Care

Join us online this Saturday, March 26, 9am When it comes to innovation in neurology, Prof. Dr. med. Björn Falkenburger, Professor of Neurology at TU Dresden’s Department of Neurology, does not shy away from experiments or the practical questions they raise. From experimental therapies tested in his cell biology lab to healthcare technology, Prof. Dr. […]

Investing in the future of Digital Health

For our latest podcast, we had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Dominik Moll, founder and Managing Partner at MedTech Entrepreneurs VC Fund and an early investor in Orbit Health. Before launching MTE, Dominik spent his career building and launching innovative products and companies throughout Europe. From helping to build up Kimberly-Clark’s Health […]

Meet the Orbiters – Andy

The problems we face in healthcare today cannot be changed with technology alone. It is the people behind the scenes, who are dedicated to advancing and pushing for change, that will make a real positive impact. This week we spoke with our other founder associate, Andy Lee.    Q: Why did you decide to join […]

Meet the Orbiters – Sheena

The problems we face in healthcare today cannot be changed with technology alone. It is the people behind the scenes, who are dedicated to advancing and pushing for change, that will make a real positive impact. This week we speak with the latest member of the Orbit family, Sheena Goh, our Clinical Research Manager for […]

Meet the Orbiters – Ferdinand

Ferdinand Gottwald

The problems we face in healthcare today cannot be changed with technology alone. It is the people behind the scenes, who are dedicated to advancing and pushing for change, that will make a real positive impact. This week we spoke with one of our Founder Associates, Ferdinand Gottwald. Read now his thoughts on how organizations […]