I believe in The
power of tech
in medicine “
Oskar is an inventor and entrepreneur. For the last couple of years he’s been developing products in healthcare. Now he runs CardioCube, a game-changing medical artificial intelligence company helping cardiac patients. Oskar is often invited as a speaker and expert consultant for several foundations. Author of many essays on startups, industry and med-tech. Research Fellow at International Society of Hypertension.
Every patient would love to have his own, personal doctor at home. CardioCube conversational AI is an everyday assistant to help manage your heart disease. Talking to CardioCube is like talking to your best friend and cardiologist in the same time. And your doctor in the hospital gets medical insights for better and faster decisions.
Wearables, implantables and 3-D printing are changing the face of personalized medicine. And the use of augmented reality, virtual reality and robotics has already transformed the patient care. Today Oskar gave a talk at Future Digital Health Summit, part of this year’s Mobile World Congress Americas 2018.
CardioCube Team is excited to join the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Powered by Techstars!
“Chosen from hundreds of startups, these nine teams and their innovative products represent the best and brightest from our global community of health innovators”.
CardioCube takes part in Trajectory Next, a post-accelerator program designed to support digital health, bio-health and life sciences ventures. It’s organised by: Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures, Betamore and the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s UM Ventures.
CardioCube Founders (Tom, Przemek & Oskar) were invited by YCombinator to present their product. More info soon!
CardioCube team at American College of Cardiology Annual Meeting 2018. From left: Steven Brooks (Chief Medical Officer), Oskar Kiwic (CEO) and Tom Jadczyk (Chief Science Officer). A lot of doctor’s signed for testing of our product!
“The transition in healthcare will go from workflow-based to voice-based...” said Eric Schmidt during HIMSS opening keynote. This year’s conference had a lot of voice tech companies (like amazing Aiva team). At CardioCube we believe in changing healthcare together! #TeamWithHeart
In 1977, David Bowie recorded his signature single "Heroes" at Hansa Studios located in West Berlin. Times changed, but the magic of this place remained the same. After 40 years we felt that "we could steal time just for one day" and presented our product at SBC Demo Day.
Oskar gave a talk about the importance of digital health transformation at The Embassy of Poland during "German-Polish Dispute Resolution 4.0“ conference. The symposium gathered more than 60 representatives from the world of politics and business (incl. healthcare sector: Robert Bosch GmbH, Medicover).
More than 500 guests and more than 50 speakers: The 2017 edition of IFA+ Summit gave a lot of opportunities to get new insights into the future. Oskar spoke as panelist during "DIGITAL HEALTH: Enablement of Consumer and Clinicians" briefing.
Oskar selected as #futureshaper and finalist in "Founder of the Year" category of Central European Startup Awards 2017.
Oskar is nominated for Innovators Under 35 Award - the most prestigious recognition worldwide bestowed by MIT Technology Review with the main objective of lending visibility to the work of the most talented, young, technological leaders.
CardioCube Founders went to the finals in Digital Healthcare Hackathon organized by Innolabs as part of infoShare 2017.
"It was definitely one of the best experiences I ever had!" There is nobody better to speak about building healthcare products than medical students. Lots of new ideas, pitching, case studies... And so many thought-provoking questions! Watch some of the most interesting Q&A moments.
Authors of "Patient 3.0" Report gathered at press conference to speak about the outcomes of their study. Oskar focused on the importance of good UX design of medical devices that doesn't create barriers for elderly users.
New device for heart failure patients (CardioCube) was presented during 1776 Challenge Cup Regional Finals in Tel Aviv, Israel. Oskar supported by co-founders sitting in the hall, had a short pitch on why CardioCube is so special among already existing telemedical hardware.