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D1-6 Scaling up Digital Health Innovations

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

JSym D1-6 01 Päivi Hämäläinen - Operationalising a Policy Framework.pdf

Scaling up Digital Health Innovations: 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

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JSym D1-6 02 Margaret Whoriskey LL Managing Service Transformation.pdf

Scaling up Digital Health Innovations: Lessons Learned by Healthcare Organisations when Managing Service Transformation: Dr Margaret Whoriskey MBE, Technology Enabled Care and Digital Innovation Division, Scottish Government, United Kingdom [Abstract: The Technology Enabled Care Programme in Scotland is focusing on expanding and scaling up the use of TEC to improve outcomes for people and achieve better value for money. Digital technology offers new opportunities for transforming the outcomes and experience of citizens – and of supporting those who care for them. The National Technology Enabled Care Delivery Plan promotes the importance of prevention and of new models in care in designing sustainable, high quality health and care. Additional funding and support is available to facilitate local developments and a national programme is helping to create the conditions for organizational change across our health and social services. Scotland has applied the Momentum Blueprint EHTEL Critical Success Factors (http://telemedicine-momentum.eu) to assess readiness for mainstreaming TEC and the presentation will draw on these findings and some key examples from local areas.]

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JSym D1-6 03 Tino Marti Transformation towards Telehealth Use Case.pdf

Scaling up Digital Health Innovations: Use Case for Managing the Transformation towards Telehealth: Tino Marti, TicSalut, Barcelona, Spain

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