AGENDA 2022

FEB 10th

LIVE FROM THE STUDIO
9AM CET & 10AM EET

Starting 9AM CET - Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen Time

Starting 10AM EET - Helsinki Time

INSIGHT-DRIVEN DIGITAL HEALTH STRATEGIES

09.00 (CET) 
WELCOME & MORNING STUDIO

09.05

 KEYNOTE 

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND INNOVATION - SHAPING THE FUTURE OF GLOBAL HEALTH CARE

Garrett Mehl, Acting Director, Department of Digital Health and Innovation, World Health Organization (CH)

09.25

DIGITAL ADOPTION IN HEALTHCARE SERVICES: REACTION OR REVOLUTION

Marko Rauhala, Managing director, Nordic Financial Services & Health and Public Service Growth & Sales, Accenture (FI) & 
Visa Honkanen, Director of Strategic Development, Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa (HUS) (FI)

  • Relations towards Digital Services - The current state

  • Initialization of Digital Services in multidisciplinary environments

  • Change management within this complex entity and building trust to Digital Services

09.45

CASE: DIGITAL HEALTH AND DIGITISATION AT ​​SAHLGRENSKA

Alexander Büller, Director of Center for Digital Health &

Britt-Marie Zaman, Director of Development, Sahlgrenska University Hospital (SE)

  • The challenges that Sahlgrenska and the healthcare in general face today

  • Healthcare needs to take big leaps to change: how to navigate this at big hospitals like Sahlgrenska

  • Solutions like digitalization and the patient centricity are key components in upcoming and ongoing challenges

10.05

BRINGING THE POWER OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING & AI TO DRUG DISCOVERY

Raj Modi, Director of Health & Life Sciences, Oracle (UK)

  • Data-driven, computationally intensive R&D processes for more streamline processes

  • Adoption of innovative technologies to accelerate and expand drug discovery and development pipeline

  • Can the approaches used to accelerate Pandemic Vaccines to market be repeated for other therapies?

10.20 COFFEE BREAK

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN HEALTHCARE

10.35

HIGH QUALITY DATA -  THE BACKBONE OF DATA DRIVEN HEALTHCARE

Patrik Georgii-Hemming, Chief Medical Information Officer, Karolinska University Hospital (SE)

  • How openEHR can make a difference in hospital tech environment

  • Future of data utilization and challenges

10.55

THE DILEMMAS IN DIGITAL HEALTHCARE
Lieven Annemans, Professor Economics of Health and Wellbeing, Ghent University and Brussels University (BE)

  • Digital is not always effective nor cost-effective

  • Digital should be designed to help us lead better lives, not to have our lives led by digital

  • The challenge is to find effective hybrid use with still sufficient human interaction

11.15

INTEGRATION OF DIGITAL THERAPIES TO TODAY’S HEALTHCARE

Dominick Kennerson, Global Head G4A Digital Health, Bayer (DE)

  • Major Digital Health Ecosystem Drivers & Trends

  • AI Value Chain in Healthcare & Artificial Intelligence in healthcare

  • All healthcare is local: what about AI and data? - A transatlantic view

11.35
NORDIC PANEL: DIGITALLY ENABLED PROCESSES - PUSHING CARE BEYOND THE HOSPITALS
Maria Hassel, Senior Advisor and International coordinator, Swedish eHealth Agency (SE)

Jannick Brennum, Chief Medical Information Officer, Rigshospitalet (DE)

Anni Iso-Mustajärvi, Head of Business Development & Digital Health Platform, Mehiläinen (FI)

Christer Mjåset, Deputy CEO, Helseplattformen (NO)

12.05 LUNCH BREAK

THE VISION, INNOVATION AND FUTURE OF PERSONALISED CARE

12.25

 KEYNOTE 
HEALTH FUTURE REIMAGINED - PATIENT CENTRICITY IN CARE PLANNING

Dr. Adam Chee, Chief of Smart Health Leadership Centre, National University of Singapore (SG)

  • The fundamental need for digital health transformation and innovation to be patient/human-centred by design, from the get-go

  • The need is across the patient’s journey and across the continuum of care

  • Patient/human-centricity should not be presented as piece-meal or silo offering, as it’s not really digital transformation then

12.45

DELIVERING SUSTAINABLE HEALTH AND CARE SERVICES INTO THE FUTURE

Professor George Crooks, CEO, Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre (UK)

  • How innovation and the considered use of next generation digital tools and services support the delivery of safe, effective and high quality healthcare

  • How they can also create economic benefits for countries and regions

13.05

DATA-DRIVEN HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS: A KEY ENABLER OF MORE SUSTAINABLE HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS

Jennifer Pougnet, Global Data Policy Strategy Leader, Roche (CH)

  • Data-driven healthcare requires infrastructure and foundational data policy

  • This further supports use of digital tools such as AI, ML towards Learning Health Systems (LHS)

  • Connectivity of these systems within countries and outside of these borders is key to delivering innovative healthcare to patients

13.25

GENOMICS DRIVE THE NEXT MOVE IN DIGITAL HEALTHCARE

Prof. Dr. Arndt Rolfs, CEO, Arcensus (DE)

13.45

 KEYNOTE 

REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING FOR CHRONIC PATIENTS

Bita Lyons, Telehealth Leader, Dignity Health | CommonSpirit Health (US)

  • How pandemic affected to remote care planning

  • The Future of Remote Care

 

14.15
STUDIO AND WRAP-UP

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