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Programme

If you have a case study or topics you would like to see covered on the agenda please contact our team at:

Natacha Girard
Programme Director, Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress 2017
Natacha.girard@arena-international.com
+44 (0) 207 936 6592

Overview

    • 08:00 - 08:30
      • Welcome Registration and Refreshments

      • 08:30 - 08:45
        • Chair

          Vije Rajput – Director LTCs, General Practitioner- Stonydelph Health Centre

        Chair’s Opening Remarks

      • 08:45 - 09:15
      • Exploring the Main Trends in MHealth and Thinking Outside the Box: Mhealth, a Fantastic and Disruptive Tool

        - Exploring how mHealth is disrupting primary care: from virtual consultation to retail kiosk

        - How is mHealth increasing accessibility to care and improving resource allocation within health services?

        - Understanding the challenges set by mHealth and unveiling the reasons why it’s not being used more widely

        - Disclosing mHealth as a real opportunity to enhance preventative health services and improve health outcomes

      • 09:15 - 09:45
        • Speaker

          Anne Kallio – Head of Development - Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health

        Focusing on Finland: eHealth in Service of Finish Citizens

        - Exploring Finnish national eHealth infrastructure

        - Understanding how citizens have access to their health data record and measuring the outcomes

        - Discovering the national PHR (personal health record) -platform

        - Highlighting the scope of eServices to citizens

      • 09:45 - 10:15
        • Past Speaker

          Stein Bruland – Director - Ostfold Hospital Trust Research Foundation
        • Past Speaker

          Ole Tjomsland – Director- South-Eastern Norway Regional Health Authority

        Focusing on Norway: How is mHealth Enabling the Centralisation of the Healthcare System?

        - Centralizing the healthcare system by dividing the region into 7 hospitals areas, and replacing old building with new specialised modern infrastructure

        - How is centralisation reducing the care gap – enabling a growing ageing population with heightened health needs to access services when they need it

        - Examining real life examples of how patients with specialised conditions access care in the new health system

        - Exploring how mHealth is a key factor to help such transformation of the system: implementation of ECG, scans and communication systems in ambulances and helicopters to provide a better care and an efficient pre-hospital treatment

      • 10:15 - 10:45
        • Session Reserved for HP

        • 10:45 - 11:15
          • Morning Refreshments and Networking

            The exhibition will feature a line-up of innovative, scalable and proven technologies to support mHealth.

          • 11:15 - 11:45
          • Discovering how Sundhed has been Implemented into the Danish Healthcare System to Learn from Their Achievements and the Challenges they Faced

            - Presenting implementation of Sundhed in the healthcare system to better connectivity across the sectors in Danish Health care

            - Exploring the outcomes of patient data sharing and the re-using of data to the benefit of the patients

            - Improving cross-sectorial cooperation, modernising IT infrastructure and improving platform integration to heighten data sharing

            - International comparison – does E-health work and what matters in different countries?

          • 11:45 - 12:30
            • Speaker

              Hakan Nordgren – Senior Advisor, General Practitioner- SLL Innovations, Dalarö General Practitioners office
            • Speaker

              Helene Richardson – Business Development Manager - The Swedish eHealth Agency
            • Speaker

              Urban Haaga – Chief of Department - Landstinget Västmaland County Council

            Panel Discussion: Exploring the dilemma between data sharing and better care

            - Presenting the scope of the GDPR and understanding what it entails exactly, and what are the consequences for the Healthcare systems and for the medical research field

            - Exploring the risk of data leakage and general hacking for the patient to understand the need for such regulations, and the implementation of such regulation by the workforce

            - Re-balancing the benefits of data sharing and the patient’s concern for safety: Are the regulators overestimating the demand from patients to restrict sharing of their personal data amongst care providers?

            - Discussing how the hospitals and municipalities will manage to adapt to such law, adapting their patient record systems and training their employees

          • 12:30 - 13:00
            • Speaker

              Helene Richardson – Business Development Manager - The Swedish eHealth Agency

            Disclosing how MHealth Empowers the Patient and Increases the Quality of Treatment

            - Empowering patients thanks to mHealth through preventive care, in particular for patients suffering from chronic disease

            - Understanding the importance of self-monitoring help people take responsibility for managing their conditions and live healthier lives

            - Exploring the different mobile technologies that help patients make decisions regarding their treatment and be more involved in the process of recovery

            - Discovering how mHealth helps patients in rehabilitation enabling them to be at home and reduce demand for in-hospital treatment

          • 13:00 - 14:15
            • Lunch and networking

              The exhibition will feature a line-up of innovative, scalable and proven technologies to support mHealth.

            • 14:15 - 14:45
              • Speaker

                Sara Riggare – Doctoral student - Karolinska Institute

              Exploring the Patient’s Point of View Regarding MHealth Technology, With a Focus on Self-Monitoring

              - Highlighting how mHealth can help patient managing their disease and live an easier and healthy life

              - Enhancing the example of self-monitoring to understand one’s body and prevent crisis

              - Appraising how self-monitoring improves the data collected by clinical staff and enables them to establish early intervention strategies

              - Understanding the need to educate people using such technology correctly avoiding cyber security risks and ensuring the devices are used appropriately

            • 14:45 - 15:15
              • Speaker

                Jonas Ek – Project Manager Welfare technology, e-Health coordinator - Nacka kommun

              Exploring how Artificial Intelligence Will Disrupt the Healthcare System and Open Many New Opportunities for Better Treatment

              - Discovering how diagnosis apps are challenging doctors’ expertise by providing very accurate diagnosis based on big data

              - Looking at the concept of “an open AI ecosystem” to understand the scope of AI in the healthcare system and facilitate the adaptation to such transformation

              - Enhancing how AI technologies could help the healthcare system deal with the demands of an ageing population and helping citizens live healthy for longer

              - Tackling patient privacy – implementing data governance systems to ensure patient data remains unidentifiable as it’s shared between organisations

              - Questioning the responsibility behind AI, who is to blame when a diagnosis is incorrect and exploring the counter effects of a “False Positive diagnosis”

            • 15:15 - 15:45
              • Chair

                Vije Rajput – Director LTCs, General Practitioner- Stonydelph Health Centre

              Case Study: How mHealth Helps People with Diabetes Manage their Condition and Live a Normal Life

              - Effective technologies enhancing diabetes care

              - mHealth facilitating better control of glycaemia

              - Empowering patient to manage their condition and live a normal life

              - Using mHealth to educate people through accessible information to highlight awareness of their lifestyle and behaviours to enable change

            • 15:45 - 16:15
              • Session reserved for Cellnovo

              • 16:15 - 16:45
                • Afternoon Refreshments and Networking

                  The exhibition will feature a line-up of innovative, scalable and proven technologies to support mHealth.

                • 16:45 - 17:15
                • Exploring the Steps of Implementation and Use of Mhealth Among Psychiatric Therapists

                  - Discovering how to shift from a paper to electronic device to secure confidential patient data, cooperating with vendors and physicians

                  - Focusing on making every day work more efficient while maintaining data security and close dialogue with the patients, including dictation on the fly and going from 3 to 300 daily users

                  - Highlighting the improvement of the app, adding parameters and options to develop a 2 in 1 device

                • 17:15 - 17:30
                  • Chair’s Closing Remarks

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