Joint Digital Healthcare Symposium
Assess here all presentations* and join virtually European, National and Regional eHealth Stakeholders and Policy Makers in a debate on what it really means to use eHealth and mHealth at scale to transform healthcare delivery. NOTICE our "BONUS TRACKS" in sessions D1-4B (brochure: United4Health TELEHEALTH IN PRACTICE - CARE DELIVERY MODELS FROM 14 REGIONS IN EUROPEe) and D1-7 (brochure: United4Health - UPSCALING TELEHEALTH - THE NEED FOR POLICY ENGAGEMENT) [*for two presentations, just one page placeholder PDFs are available and will be replaced by a full version by the authors - observing scientific originality rules]
Joint Digital Healthcare Symposium Full Reports: Workshop in the European Parliament (December 2015) and Joint Symposium Sessions (January 2016)
Two comprehensive reports (Annex 1 and Annex 2 of the of the public United4Health deliverable D2.8 "Final Conference") cover the workshop "eHealth in Europe: Reality and Challenges Ahead", held on 1st December 2015 by the European Parliament's Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) in the Altiero Spinella building, Brussels and the January 2016 proceedings of the Joint Digital Healthcare Symposium (19-20 January at Stanhope Hotel, Brussels).
United4Health Brochures: "Telehealth in Practice - Care Delivery Models from 14 Regions in Europe" and "Upscaling Telehealth - the need for policy engagement" (U4H Recommendations)
The contents of the brochure "Telehealth in Practice - Care Delivery Models from 14 Regions in Europe" describe and illustrate how each deployment site has embedded their telehealth technology solution into their care pathways. Brochure "Upscaling Telehealth - the need for policy engagement" provides United4Health Policy Recommendations.
Joint Symposium Agenda and Documentation of affiliated Workshop in the European Parliament "eHealth in Europe: Reality and Challenges Ahead" (STOA)
You are browsing the annotated file repository of the Joint Digital Healthcare Symposium. Open this to access the full agenda (on site update version) and to access documentation on the workshop in the European Parliament "eHealth in Europe: Reality and Challenges Ahead" organised by STOA (Science and Technology Options Assessment).
Transforming the Patient Experience in Europe. Chair: Donna Henderson, United4Health Management Team, NHS 24 Scotland. 1) United4Health Vision: Transforming the Patient Experience in Europe by Leo Lewis, United4Health Management Team, HIM SA, Brussels, Belgium. 2) Challenges and Benefits of Evaluating Telehealth Deployment in Routine Care by Dr Panos Stafylas, United4Health Medical Coordinator, HIM SA, Brussels, Belgium. 3) Transforming the Experience for Patients Living with Congestive Heart Failure by Dr Miren Nekane Murga, Cardiology Specialist, Kronikgune, Basque Country, Spain. 4) Transforming the Experience for Patients Living with COPD by Dr Hugh Brown, GP, COPD Clinical Lead for U4H, Ayrshire & Arran NHS, Scotland, UK. 5) Transforming the Experience for Patients Living with Diabetes by Dr Sandeep Thekkepat, Clinical Lead in Diabetes, NHS Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK
Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe: How to Evaluate Telehealth Services in Daily Routine Care. Facilitator: Dr Panos Stafylas, U4H 1) Economic Analysis: Kristian Kidholm, U4H Region of South Denmark. 2) Patient Perception: Prof Vassilis Aletras, U4H, HIM SA. 3) Organisational Assessment: Lise Kvistgaard Jensen, U4H, Region of South Denmark
Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe: How Does Telehealth Enable Improved Self-Management and Care? Facilitator: Leo Lewis, U4H 1) Diabetes Service in Greece: Dr George Dafoulas, Trikala, Greece. 2) COPD service in Wales: Claire Hurlin, Lead for Chronic Conditions Management, Wales. 3) CHF Service in Northwest Moravia: Lukáš Roubík, Olomouc. "BONUS TRACK" in sessions D1-4B: Brochure "United4Health TELEHEALTH IN PRACTICE - CARE DELIVERY MODELS FROM 14 REGIONS IN EUROPE"
Leveraging Benefits of Telehealth in Europe - Tackling the Technology Barriers: Interoperability and Regulation. Facilitator: Elinaz Mahdavy, U4H IAT. 1) Health-IT Integration with Local / Regional / National Health-IT Infrastructure Systems: Dr Esteban de Manuel Keenoy, Kronikgune, Basque, Spain- 2) Interoperability is a Choice - Highlights from United4Health: Michael Strübin, IAT/Continua. 3) Deploying Telehealth in Routine Care: Regulatory Perspectives: Nicole Denjoy, IAT/COCIR
Infrastructures as an Enabler - Seamless Connected Health. Chair: Dr Stephan Schug MPH, Chief Medical Officer, EHTEL 1) Introduction: eHDSI - Linking National eHealth Platforms and Cross-Border Healthcare: Dr Tapani Piha, DG Santé, European Commission. 2) epSOS, EXPAND and PHC 34 – Bridging European Interoperability: Andreas Grode, gematik, Berlin, Germany. 3) Building a National Platform for Connecting Patients and their EHR: Samuel Danhardt, Agence eSanté, Luxembourg. 4) Powering Seamless Care for Chronically Ill: Universal Platform for Telehealth Dr Hadas Lewy, Maccabi Healthcare Services, Israel
Scaling up Digital Health Innovations. Chair: John Crawford, EHTEL Vice-President, IBM. 1) Operationalising a Policy Framework: Nationwide EHR and Services for Patients: Dr Päivi Hämäläinen, National Centre for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland. 2) Lessons Learned by Healthcare Organisations when Managing Service Transformation: Dr Margaret Whoriskey MBE, Technology Enabled Care and Digital Innovation Division, Scottish Government, United Kingdom. 3) Use Case for Managing the Transformation towards Telehealth: Tino Marti, TicSalut, Barcelona, Spain
Upscaling Telehealth – The Need for Policy Engagement. Chair: Prof George Crooks OBE, U4H Coordinator, Medical Director NHS 24 Scotland. 1) United4Health Recommendations as presented in the European Parliament Workshop: Introduction by the Session Chair, Prof George Crooks OBE. "BONUS TRACK" in session D1-7: Brochure: "United4Health - UPSCALING TELEHEALTH - THE NEED FOR POLICY ENGAGEMENT"
Lessons Learned on Accelerating Healthcare Transformation at Scale. Chair: Dr Rachelle Kaye, AIM - Association International de la Mutualité, Brussels, Belgium 1) Lessons learned on Stakeholder Engagement and Patient Acceptance: Claire Hurlin, Lead for Chronic Conditions Management, NHS Wales, UK. 2) Lessons learned on Change Management, Organisational Transformation, and Workforce Adoption: Wenche Tangene, Kristiansand, South Norway. 3) Lessons learned on Health-IT Integration with Local / Regional / National Health-IT Infrastructures Michelle Brogan, NHS 24 Scotland, UK
Lessons learned on Stakeholder Engagement and Patient Acceptance. Resource Person: Claire Hurlin, U4H, Facilitator: Diane Whitehouse, EHTEL. 1) Lessons Learned on Stakeholder Engagement and Patient Acceptance in Scotland: Kathleen McGuire, U4H. 2) Lessons Learned on Stakeholder Engagement and Patient Acceptance in Northwest Moravia: Michal Štýbnar, U4H. 3) Lessons Learned on Stakeholder Engagement and Patient Acceptance in Calabria: Alfonso Longobucco, U4H. 4) Lessons Learned on Stakeholder Engagement and Patient Acceptance in North Norway: Undine Knarvik, U4H
Lessons learned on on Organisational Transformation and Workforce Adoption. Resource Person: Wenche Tangene, Facilitator: Cari Almazan, AQuAS. 1) Lessons Learned on Organisational Transformation and Workforce Adoption in Berlin: Andrea Croci. 2) Lessons Learned on Organisational Transformation and Workforce Adoption in Scotland: Morag Hearty. 3) Lessons Learned on Organisational Transformation and Workforce Adoption in Campania: Mariangela Contenti
Lessons learned on Health-IT Integration with Local / Regional EHR Infrastructures. Resource Person: Michelle Brogan, NHS 24; Facilitator: Janne Rasmussen, Region of South Denmark. 1) Lessons Learned on Health-IT Integration in Galicia: Javier Quiles del Río, U4H 2) Lessons Learned on Health-IT Integration in South Karelia: Mira Pakanen, U4H
Healthcare Anywhere and the Internet of Everything. Chair: Mario Romao, Intel Corporation, Brussels, Belgium 1) Riding on the Datum: Elijah Charles, Intel Health and Life Sciences, London, United Kingdom. 2) Health 4.0 and Well-Being – Concertation of Self-Management and Care: Claus F. Nielsen, DELTA, Denmark. 3) Rising to the Global Diabetes Challenge with the Internet of Everything: Dr Petra Wilson, International Diabetes Federation, Brussels, Belgium. 4) "Provide me with my data pill" - New Horizons for Medical Therapies. Brendan Barnes, efpia – Director IP & Global Health, Brussels, Belgium.
Updated version of the printed agenda - reflecting a few last minute replacements or changes in presentation sequence.