7th August 2018
The company earned prize money and a chance to join the ‘Grow’ programme
TonicApp, a spin-off from the University of Porto (part of the RIS Hub), won the first prize in the Lisbon Summit competition.
In addition to €1 000 in prize money, the company will join the Portuguese business group José de Mello Saúde’s “Grow” programme.
TonicApp, a digital mobile health field technology, was created at the University of Porto and is a platform that provides support to doctors and physicians in their patients’ diagnosis and treatment.
Currently, the platform aggregates, in a single platform, content and tools useful for health professionals. It is already used by more than 5 000 doctors in Portugal.
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