Jovan Stevovic is co-founder and CEO of Chino.io, an application development platform that helps digital health companies to solve security and data protection issues and create secure health apps. The idea of Chino.io originates from Jovan’s 5+ years’ experience in health IT industry and research at University of Trento, where he got his PhD in 2014. During his research and industry experience Jovan worked on IT technologies and protocols to facilitate health data sharing in compliance with privacy laws and security standards. Now he is putting in practice his experience into the digital health and startup environment. Currently Chino.io supports startups and companies in more than 15 EU states. At StartupCamp Berlin he will talk about his experiences in growing a company in eHealth 100%-equity-free and based on public funding.
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