The 2nd annual Internet of Health Conference 2017
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Barend Mons
Chair of the High Level Expert Group for the European Open Science Cloud, European Commission
Brian O’Connor
Chair, European Connected Health Alliance
Cathy C. van Beek
CMO, Radboud University Medical Centre
Ciaron Hoye
Head of Digital, Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Groups
David Sims
Solutions Sales Specialist, Toshiba
Dirk Ubbink
Principal Investigator, Academic Medical Center (AMC)
Dr. Björn Schreiweis
Post-Doctorate at the Department of Medical Information Systems, University Hospital Heidelberg
Dr. H. Jaap Bonjer
Chair of the Department of Surgery, VUMC
Horst Krämer
Programme Officer EU Policies, European Commission
Hyleco Nauta
Director e-health Innovation, UMC Utrecht
Igor Tulevski
Cardiologist MD PhD FESC FACC, Cardiology Centers of the Netherlands
Jaco van Duivenboden
Senior Advisor, Nictiz
Jamie Ferguson
Fellow, Institute for Health Policy and Vice President, Health Information Technology Strategy and Policy, Kaiser Permanente
Jan A Hazelzet
CMIO, Erasmus Medical Centre
Katrine Vedel
Special Advisor, Healthcare Innovation of Southern Denmark
Lily Heijnen
Programme Director EPD, University Medical Center Groningen
Monique Philippens
Strategic Advisor, Ikone Foundation | Gilde Healthcare | Bebright
Nico Bruining
Head Clinical and Experimental Information Processing, Erasmus MC
Paul Pelsmaeker
Co-Founder and Chairman Stichting Digitalezorg.nl
Peder Jest
CMO, Odense University Hospital
Prof. Dr. Nico L.U. Van Meeteren
Executive Director Topsector LSH The Hague
Prof. Ulli Prokosch
Chief Information Officer, Erlangen University Hospital
Professor Marlies Schijven
Program Leader e-Health, Netherlands Federation of University Medical Centers
Raphael Jaffrezic
Chief Information Officer, Galway Clinic
Rien Wertheim
CEO and Founder, Furore
Stephan Jonas
Head of Division mHealth at Dept. of Medical Informatics, RWTH Aachen
Sumit Puri
Group CIO, Max Healthcare
Tim Kroesbergen
Patient Advisor E-Health, Ikone Foundation
Wouter Bouvy
Project Manager Digital Innovation, Meander Medisch Centrum
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Sector News

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Lone workers: Protected by the IoT, thanks to senior citizens

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Peter Marsden, managing director of Doro UK & Ireland, explains how technology originally developed for elderly care could be a lifeline for lone workers.  There are six million lone workers in the UK. These are people defined by the Health and Safety Executive as those who work […] The post Lone workers: Protected by the IoT, thanks to senior citizens appeared first on Internet of Business .

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Progress: How can government get IoT right?

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Mark Armstrong, managing director, international at Progress, discusses the various challenges that government bodies face when it comes to IoT deployment. Government and IT projects – not a great track record. In the UK, while government IT projects are improving, a recent report from the Infrastructure and Projects Authority […] The post Progress: How can government get IoT right? appeared first on Internet of Business .

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Connected healthcare may violate user privacy, warns Forbrukerradet

The Norwegian Consumer Council Forbrukerradet reveals findings that many healthcare IoT devices are plagued by weak security. Connected healthcare devices have a poor track record when it comes to security, according to the Norwegian Consumer Council, known locally as Forbrukerradet. The Scandinavian watchdog tested a number of app-connected blood pressure gauges and blood glucose-monitoring devices and […] The post Connected healthcare may violate user privacy, warns Forbrukerradet appeared first on Internet of Business .

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