HELSINKI | FEBRUARY 10th, 2022 | VIRTUAL EVENT
GOING LIVE 9AM CET & 10AM EET
THE FULLY INTEGRATED DIGITAL TREATMENT PATH
– ANYWHERE & ANYTIME
The resilience of our society, living standards and healthcare system has just gone through an unpredictable stress test. The world changed exponentially in just a few months.
Countries had to react rapidly to start gathering real time data, indicators and clinical evidence, and to adapt to a constantly changing public health landscape in order to optimize the sharing of existing healthcare resources.
A microscopic small virus accelerated the need for digitisation, collaboration and innovation. In this cross road of modern history, a new age of health and care ecosystem and its purposes, services and infrastructure will take form.
In the aftermath of the outbreak the preparedness of health systems to fully optimize the value of data when it really is vital will be unquestionable. Another long tail will be the re-distribution of health services, better quality and accessibility, proactive solutions, cost reduction and improved patient experience and working conditions for professionals.
Join us for a road-map guidance and a unique look on using technologies to push care beyond the four walls of one hospital, to connect multi-site systems to work as one, to connect people to their own care and to enable integrated care to be delivered at a system level.
While prioritizing prevention, personalized care will improve outcome and reduce costs. Know what is making a positive difference to patients right now. The future of Digital Health is here - anywhere & anytime!
Welcome to Digital Health Nordic 2022.
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Ella Kanninen is an experienced and well known TV-hostess , moderator. She shares her time between Finland and Firenze . Ella has written many successful books on Italian food and Culture and she speaks many languages fluently.
Peter Nyman is a charismatic and experienced TV-anchor and business event moderator. He is a journalist, news-anchor and media professional that coaches on three languages. Peter has run communication trainings for business directors- and experts for years, but speaks about communication skills also to bigger audiences.
Director of TeleHealth | Dignity Health- Common Spirit Health
Bita is a software engineer with an MBA in Health Industry Leadership and continuing her education on Doctorate candidate in Business Administration who serves as a Telehealth and innovation administrative leader for healthcare organizations. She currently serves as Telehealth leader for Dignity Health, where she leads Telehealth services and organizational alignment, performance management, network development and growth. In this role, she has implemented numerous system-wide ambulatory Telehealth services.
CEO | Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam
Ernst trained in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. He became professor of Medicine and chair of the Departments of Gastroenterology and Hepatology (2000), Internal Medicine (2006), and Surgery (2012) of Erasmus MC University Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. His clinical and research interests included early neoplastic gastrointestinal conditions, and colorectal cancer screening. He is fellow of the American Gastroenterology Association and was the World Endoscopy Organization’s regional lead on colorectal cancer screening for Europe and the Middle East.
D2B Global Lead, Customer Engagement & Care | Philips
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Vice President of Innovation Strategy | Bayer
Bio coming soon.
Global Head G4A - Digital Health Partnerships | Bayer
Dominick D. Kennerson, Global Head G4A, is a healthcare expert, with deep experience and insight across several sectors, including public health, health innovation and entrepreneurship, healthcare communications, and healthcare policy.
As Global Head of Bayer’s G4A (2020 – current), Dom supports one of the industry’s leading platforms for digital health start-up partnership to “change the experience of health”—to put people at the center of managing their health in the digital age.
Global Data Policy Strategy Leader | Roche
Jennifer has served in large-scale public health systems in Canada implementing Electronic Medical Records as well as developing and implementing both operational and legislative health policy. She has been with Roche for the last 6 years working on innovative funding pathways for companion diagnostics and Next Generation Sequencing and now serves as the Global Data Policy Strategy Lead supporting countries around the world. She has a Masters of Business Administration, a Masters of Public Health with a specialization in Policy and recently earned her certificate in Data: Law, Policy & Regulation from the London School of Economics. She serves on the EFPIA Digital Health Working Group, Digital Europe Digital Health Working Group and the BIO Digital Trade Task Force focusing on progressing data and digital policy globally.
Dr. Adam Chee
Chief of Smart Health Leadership Centre | National University of Singapore
Dr. Adam CHEE is a Convergence Scientist familiar with Health(& Care), Informatics, Innovation, Technologies and (equally important,) the Business aspects of the ecosystem. Adam serves as a coach & conduit between various key opinion leaders & stakeholders, engaging at operational, strategic and governmental levels as well as developing commercial relationships with global firms and local start-ups in the utilization of Health Informatics and Digital Health as an enabler in addressing the challenges of new and existing models of health(care. Adam's brief profile is available at www.BinaryHealthcare.com/Adam/
Director of Health & Life Sciences | Oracle
Raj leads Health & Lifesciences industry for EMEA. His role involves responding to and stimulating change at senior levels in Oracle’s most important health science customers. He is from a strategy consulting background with over 15 years transformation consulting working for a range of clients such as the UK National Health Service, Novo Nordisk, BUPA, private equity and various start-ups.
Director of Development | Sahlgrenska University Hospital
Britt-Marie Zaman works at Sahlgrenska University Hospital as a development manager at the newly formed Center for Digital Health and is head of the Digital Development Unit. She was originally trained as a Registered Nurse Master degree and has a higher education in patient safety, quality and business development as well as in Innovation leadership. Her interest is to contribute to the development of healthcare to make it better, safer, and more efficient based on both patient safety and work environment. In recent years, she has mostly focused on digital development with methods and digital tools that already exist but are not fully utilized and have now moved to work more proactively with business-related development of both digital solutions and working methods.
Director of the Center for Digital Health | Sahlgrenska University Hospital
Alexander Büller works at Sahlgrenska University Hospital as a director at the newly formed Center for Digital health. He has a background in system development and system architecture and has a higher eduction in medical informatics at Karolinska institute. Combining healthcare and digital technology to create new solutions and way of working has always been a major driver for Alexander. Recent years more of Alexanders focus has been on management, providing strategic guidance and support of how digitalization and new technologies can act as enablers for business transformation.
Professor George Crooks
CEO | Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre
OBE, MBChB, FRCP, FRCGP. Professor George Crooks is the Chief Executive of DHI, Scotland’s national innovation centre for digital health and care.
He was previously the Medical Director for NHS 24 and Director of the Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare. George was a General Medical Practitioner for 23 years. He is on the Board of the European Connected Health Alliance. He is an expert advisor to the WHO and the European Commission on digital health. He is an editor of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. He was awarded an OBE in the Queen's New Year Honours List 2011 for services to healthcare.
Professor Economics of Health and Wellbeing, Lecturer, Author, Advisor | Ghent University and Brussels University
Lieven Annemans is Senior Full Professor of Health Economics at the faculties of medicine of the ‘Vrije Universiteit Brussel’ and Ghent University. He is Past-President of ISPOR, was for 8 years chairman of the Flemish health council, and is currently chairman of the Flemish Committee for Societal Revival. He is (co-)author of > 300 papers in peer-reviewed journals and published four books on health economics, among which “health economics for non-economists” (Pelckmans Pro, 2018)..
Senior Advisor and International Coordinator | Swedish eHealth Agency
Maria Hassel is a Senior Advisor and International coordinator at the Swedish eHealth Agency.
In her role as an International coordinator, her mission is to make sure swedes can enjoy all the benefits as Europeans in cross-border health care through the engagement in the eHealth Network and all the great work that is being done there.
Initially a pharmacist, educated at Uppsala University, she has worked with requirements and business development in national IT-projects that have had major impacts on both pharmacies and healthcare providers.
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