On the evening of 9th June 2016, at the DeLaMar Theatre in Amsterdam, a stimulating Thought Leadership debate was facilitated by EHTEL with the support of Emminens, Roche and Intel. The session attracted more than 80 leaders from the fields of European health, care, data analytics, mobile health, pharmaceuticals and technology.
Panellists Bas van der Dungen, NL Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport; Lars Kalfhaus, Roche Diabetes Care Spain; Claire Medd, Health & Life Science, Intel Corporation and Rhidian Hurle, Chief Clinical Information Officer for Wales were challenged by Petra Wilson and covered topics as Involving citizens and patients as active partners for knowledge sharing; making data sharing safe; giving control of data to individuals. Making health records more accessible and analyse them to deliver actionable timely insights. Please stand by for downloading the event report.
Access now (touch/click image below) the presentations and briefing papers from the Joint Digital Healthcare Symposium, co-organised by United4Health and EHTEL 19-20 January 2016 in Brussels.
VISIT HERE the Joint Symposium REPORTING PAGE (work in progress) and learn about the headline lessons learned and outcomes from the evaluation of the large scale European telehealth deployment project United4Health. As the pace of technology innovation is ever increasing, you are invited to look forward into the practice as well as the future of service transformation in healthcare.
"eHealth in Europe: Reality and Challenges Ahead"
[Photo courtesy of STOA] Click here or EP picture above for EP Think Tank workshop summary (BLOG post)
See here the recorded webstream of our affiliated eHealth Policy Event chaired by MEP Eva Kaili at the European Parliament in Brussels (Recording). Doers from the field have informed policy makers of what it really means to use eHealth and mHealth at scale to transform healthcare delivery. Access presentations here
EHTEL, Assuta and MSD provided a series of visionary talks - nicely supported by the view on the skyline of Riga. Our distinguished guests - leaders in mobile health and integrated healthcare - have reflected on the mobile triangle of health information (patients, physicians and provider organisations). This triangle opens up fascinating new opportunities for patients at the point of care as well as for health professional practice. “Move the information, not the patient” has never held more true. [touch images or here for event report]
Challenged by George Crooks (EHTEL), panellists Guy Eiferman (MSD), Dany Engel (Assuta), Joan Cornet (Mobile World Capital), Peteris Zilgalvis (EC) and the Latvian Health Ministry will debated questions like
>> How to best leverage mobile options for patients and health professionals? <<
>> How to avoid "digital burnout" by (not) flooding devices with unfiltered alerts. <<
>> How to securely manage medical data of patients and consumers in the cloud? <<
>> How to balance privacy and the promises of Big Data? <<