Nicolas leads enterprise health products at Nokia Technologies. He’s focused on building innovations that help clinicians, employers and researchers leverage the power of connected health devices. Nicolas is also co-chair of the Mobile Health Applications Working Group from the Consumer Technology Association. Prior to joining Nokia, he co-founded SmartConsult, a medical data analytics company assisting physicians with the longitudinal follow-up of their patients with neurological disorders.
Nicolas holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Ecole Centrale Paris and an M.B.A from the ESSEC Business School.
Consumer wearables and remote patient monitoring once seemed to be on opposite sides of the health tech spectrum. But in the last few years, these two distinct areas have finally begun to merge. The result? Patients can now access easy-to-use and sleek medical grade devices while clinicians gain reliable patient-generated health data and subsequent analytical insights.
However this transformation didn’t come easily. Join Nokia’s Head of Healthcare Products, Nicolas Schmidt, as he discusses the lessons learned along the way and how the future of digital health is being shaped right now by innovative providers across the globe.