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The Future of Healthcare in the Age of Digitalisation

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Date: Wednesday, 08 November 2017 08:45 - 14:30

Venue: Arts 56  |  City: Bruxelles, Belgium

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Digitalisation and the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for health and wellbeing are crucial today to be able to provide high-quality care to each European citizen. The European Commission also made its objectives clear in the eHealth Action Plan, which are expected to be achieved by 2020. The common goal is to make healthcare more efficient at a lower cost. In this respect, we find it important to discuss trends and challenges this vital sector is facing today, especially in the Central and Eastern European countries.

The first panel discussion will be dedicated to public policies, laws, and general public knowledge about eHealth, while the second one will focus on the implementation of new methodologies, applications, and approaches that could positively influence patient care and everyday life.

The following questions will be discussed during the conference:

- How do policy makers see the eHealth phenomenon in the V4 countries?

- Big Data and Health management – where are the limits?

- How to standardise data innovation in healthcare?

- What is the key to achieving a personalised and sustainable population health management?

 

PROGRAMME

– Registration & Light Breakfast

Welcoming remarks presented by Tomi Huhtanen, Executive Director, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies

 

– Opening Speech

HE Tibor Stelbaczky, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative of Hungary to the European Union

 

– Keynote Speech

Despina Spanou, Director for Digital Society, Trust & Cybersecurity, DG CONNECT, European Commission

 

– PANEL I - FROM EXPERTS TO PATIENTS – HOW DOES EHEALTH CONTRIBUTE TO PUBLIC HEALTH AWARENESS?

 

Moderator:

Stephan Schug, Chief Medical Officer, European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL), Germany

 

Speakers:

Ábel Perjés, Medical Resident, Blogger and Enthusiast of Healthcare Improvement, Heim Pál Foundation, Hungary

Michael Strübin, EU Programme Director, Personal Connected Health Alliance, Belgium

Tomáš Szalay, Executive Director, Health Policy Institute, Slovakia

Zdeněk Gütter, Project Manager, Czech National eHealth Center, Czech Republic

 

– Coffee Break

 

– PANEL II - FROM INNOVATION TO IMPLEMENTATION – HOW TO STANDARDISE NEW METHODS IN HEALTHCARE

 

Moderator:

Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General, HL7 International Foundation, European Office, Belgium

 

Speakers:

Attila Bérces, Founder and Chairman, Omixon, Hungary

Michele Pastore, Senior Manager, Public Affairs, Samsung and Chairman, Digital Europe eHealth group, Belgium

Miklós Szócska, Director, Health Management Training Center of Semmelweis University, Hungary

Pavol Cekan, Chief Executive Officer, Multiplex DX, Slovakia

 

Closing Remarks

Bence Kópiás, E-Government Expert, Infótér Association, Hungary

– Lunch

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Avenue des Arts 56
1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

 

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