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In 2019 we published our research findings (links below) showing the benefits of the Triumf mobile health game among pediatric cancer patients. Furthermore, we started our randomized controlled trials among various disease groups in Singapore, Finland and Estonia. And we are in the process of being listed as the first ever presrcibable digital medicine in Estonia. In addition to accomplishing many wonderful milestones this year, we were also selected as one of the best healthtech companies in Europe! 2019 has definitely been a breakthrough year for Triumf Health. Read about our journey to becoming a top digital health company in Europe.

In November, I spent an action-backed and exciting week in Singapore as part of the Singapore Super Week of Innovation with the Finnish delegation. Triumf was among other innovative companies from health, clean and fintech to participate in a week full of collaboration, networking, learning and research. Importantly, as we are part of the iCory consortium, we had an amazing opportunity to meet with local hospitals, introduce our health app for children and take a step forward with our clinical trials at the National University Hospital of Singapore.

November was a busy month full of travels for Triumf team members. While Kaari was in Singapore with Finnish healthtech delegation, Riin was in Oviedo and Kadri in Munich, all attending conferences and other events. This post gives a brief overview of those (very different) conferences that Riin and Kadri took part in.

Triumf Health was recently at Munich attending the Future X Healthcare conference - an event sponsored by Roche, a healthcare company focusing on pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Various stakeholders were present including investors, startups and established companies, all interested in learning more about the latest trends in health care and understanding where digital health is heading. Here's what I learned.

Triumf Health offers a personalised approach to improve treatment outcomes and empower ill children to live healthier lives by delivering digital therapeutics through a mobile game. But what are digital therapeutics, and importantly, what value do they bring for the patient and the medical team?