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Full Agenda for the
Internet of Health NL 2018

08:30
CHAIR'S OPENING REMARKS
09:10
PRESENTATION

Improving operational efficiency with Smart Technologies  ·   

·       Patient flow and staff allocation in the Emergency Room

·       Redesigning the ward with data: Moving beds and saving lives

·       Bespoke analytics that aid with medicine control and supply chain

·       Providing insight and further intelligence to senior members of hospital staff

Jacco Schutte, Managing Director, Radboud UMC

09:30
PRESENTATION

Personalising  Healthcare: Using eHealth, IoT and data-analytics

·       UMC Utrecht will present experiences of patients, MD’s and nurses  while emphasising the strategic value for healthcare suppliers of IoT, eHealth and data analytics in order to personalise healthcare

Hyleco Nauta, Director e-health Innovation, UMC Utrecht

09:50
panel discussion

From the waiting room to the living room: Utilising IoT to relieve  strain on Hospitals  

 ·      The ultimate aim: Reducing bed occupancy in the hospital

·       Requirements to turn the smart home into a platform for treating Chronic disease

·       Costing the smart home: Can patients afford this type of care? Can healthcare providers?

·       Innovating Medical devices to support the rapid changes in patient care

·       How does IoT compare to other technologies available in the health space?

Harald  Schrem, Scientific Director, Hannover Medical School

Jan  Beneke, Scientific Coordination, Hannover Medical School

Igor  Tulevski, Founder, Cardiologie Centra Nederlands

Kors van Wigngaarden, Medical Officer, Philips

10:30
NETWORKING BREAK
11:30
PRESENTATION

Navigating through the Medical Device Directive: Approvals for IoT devices

·       Know your timelines! What you need to do in the next three years to be ready for implantable devices

·       Level II approvals and difficulties for IoT

·       CE marking and European Commission requirements for approval

·       The essential requirements checklist 

Herke Jan Noordmans, Clinical  Physician, UMC Utrecht

11:50
PRESENTATION

Utilising Virtual Reality to treat addiction post-clinic

·       A brief overview of smart technologies and mental health

·       Why do so many patients relapse after visiting a clinic?

·       How can VR help to treat patients that have a history of relapse?

·       Early test results and research

·       Plans for implementation across the Netherlands

Victor Buwalda, Medical Director, Novadic-Kentron

12:10
PRESENTATION

Executing a plan that accounts for Cyber Security Risks

·       Understanding the threat landscape

·       CASE STUDY: Living through a cyber attack

·       Ransomware: Should you pay?

·       Frequent stress testing and preparing for an attack

·       Third party cyber risk: Accounting for a connected health ecosystem

Rogier  Barendse, IT Specialist, Erasmus MC

12:30
LUNCH
13:30
PRESENTATION

Building Interoperability that supports clinical innovations as  well as drives business value

·       Providing interoperability from the early prototypes to the fully  implemented and scaled solution

·       Supporting the electronic exchange of patient data with EHR

·       Improving quality, safety and efficiency with interoperability

·       Driving clinical innovations and public-private innovations with  interoperability

Katrine Vedel, Special Advisor, Syddanmark Region, Denmark  

13:50
PRESENTATION

Enhancing patient care with wireless IoT

·       IoT in the healthcare industry: technology and market drivers

·       Connectivity options for medical devices: from clinical monitoring to assisted living

·       Technology Innovation in wireless: are we enabling the next generation of healthcare?

Diego Grassi, Senior Market  Development Manager, u-blox

14:10
PRESENTATION

A City Perspective: Driving Digitization in Healthcare

·       What is the role of local government in embracing /Digital/ Healthcare?

·       A look at the pivotal role of government for hospital-, health- and preventative care measure

·       Understanding the type of technology needed and how this integrates into existing hospital systems. What does it mean for the individual

Jakob  Algulin, CDO, Linkopings City

14:30
NETWORKING BREAK
15:20
CASE STUDY

The Smart Service Power Project: Integrating the elderly into the whole ecosystem

·       Examining theSmart-Service-Power project which supports handicapped elderly in their everyday lives enabling the elderly to stay longer autonomous and self-determined in their familiar environment.

·       The project Smart Service Power brings together various fields of application, such as housing, care and health and connects people, companies and organizations through technology-based collaboration platforms and processes

Bettina Horster, Chairwoman, Diplomatic Council Healthcare

15:50
BLOCKCHAIN DEEPDIVE

Does Blockchain have the potential to combat some of the current eHealth challenges?

·       A look at the benefits of Blockchain for Healthcare

·       Solving interoperability and datafication with Blockchain

·       Addressing the key challenges that Blockchain could address: Health information Exchange (HIE) challenges; Lack of interoperability standardization; EMR & EHR data integration; Clinical Data Validation; Secure Clinical Communication & Data Exchange; and Scalability and Flexibility

 Dean  Rakic, Blockchain Strategist, Novatec  Consulting

16:10
START-UP SHOWCASE

Your  chance to identify the next big thing

A series of Health-tech start-ups  will have the opportunity to pitch their cutting-edge ideas and technologies to  a panel of judges

HOST: Kors van Wigngaarden, Medical Officer, Philips

Judges: Sander Vonk, General Partner / Venture Capital Investor, Volta Ventures

17:00
CLOSING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR
17:10
END OF DAY ONE
17:10
NETWORKING DRINKS
08:50
CHAIR'S welcome
09:10
OPENING KEYNOTE

What it took to build a Smart Hospital!

·        Redefining legacy systems: The next evolution  in IT

·        Employing smart spaces and digital  collaborations

·        Connected control centres and the evolution of  safety

·        Getting smart about energy: Cutting costs and  optimising work flow

Sumit Puri, CIO, Max Healthcare

09:40
KEYNOTE

Coping with potential disruption: Igniting next-horizon business innovation in your company

Using the case of Mediq, Adri will share his vision and experience in using Digital as a driver of Business Innovation in Healthcare. Key themes to be addressed include:

  • The impact of Digital Transformation on     Healthcare
  • Innovating to new Value Based Care     propositions
  • Learnings from launching new Business     Models and Digital Health platform in the market

Adri Kraa, CDO, Mediq  

10:00
PANEL DISCUSSION

A look ahead: What’s the  future look like in Healthcare?

·        Sourcing smart data from a  digital twin: Applications for the digital patient and hospital

·        Improving patient care with  smart data and Artificial Intelligence

·        Let’s make it a reality! AR  and VR- the future of an Improved Healthcare system?

·        Transforming Healthcare at  the Edge: Lowering costs and beyond

Jukka Pitkanen, CMO, Heltti

Jon  Lee-Davey, IoT Lead, Health, Vodafone

10:30
NETWORKING BREAK
11:20
PRESENTATION

Moving occupational health care  from the physical to the digital

·        Designing  bespoke treatment and welfare plans using electronic health surveys, EHR  data, and genetic analyses

·        Reducing  the work load of physicians and other health care professionals by smart  prediagnostic surveys and chatbots

·        Developing  the optimal EHR in collaboration with health care professionals, engineers  and IT professionals

·        A look  at some success stories: 75% of visits achieved remotely 

Jukka Pitkanen, CMO, Heltti

11:50
PRESENTATION

A Case Study: Leveraging the latest in technology for Improved Elderly Care

·       Introduction to BrabantZorg

·       Success factors for implementation of the automatic pill dispenser in homecare

·       Overcoming problems faced 15

·       Why work with technology

·       Examples of robotica, e.g. Tinybot Tessa and Zora

Desiree Hobbelen, Regional Director, BrabantZorg

12:10
presentation

 Overcoming barriers to adopting remote monitoring

·       Remote monitoring and dialysis: the future of healthcare and innovations to save heart patients

·       Security and risks: Embedding from the start or retrofitting

·       Sourcing the best connectivity option for a dialysis connected device

·       Data problems: Making the most of legacy system data

Reserved for Sponsor (Email Paul Collinson [email protected] to submit your proposal)

12:30
PRESENTATION

Open Standard API’s as infrastructure for Innovation: The case of the FHIR Patient Summary

Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General, HL7 Foundation

12:50
networking lunch and 1-2-1 meetings
13:30
data and ai fOCUS SESSION

A Case Study: Showcasing Best Practice of successful Data integration within Finlands’ Kanta Service

- A look at some practical examples and ways forward

- A Case Study: Showcasing Finlands’s Kanta-services

-  How to make system integration even easier than before

Veijo Romppainen, CIO, Oulu University Hospital

13:50
DATA AND AI FOCUS PANEL

Improving Internal Operations and Patient Care with IoT Data

·       Carefully navigating regulation and GDPR

·       Big Data in Digital Health for optimised patient care

·       How do you successfully extract value from any of your data whilst ensuring patient privacy is at the forefront?

·       How do you navigate through legacy data and E.H.R?

Aaron Carmack, Data Scientist, Erasmus MC

14:30
A LOOK AT AI

Exploring AI in a hospital – Lessons Learned

  • A look at the Why?
  • Examining the benefits of AI     implementation?
  • Predicting MEWS >= 3 based on text     analysis of a nursing report
  • Lessons learned

Maartje Awadi, Project Lead, Reinier de Graaf Ziekenhuis

14:50
NETWORKING BREAK
15:30
technology talkS: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

Table 1: Success Factors and Lessons Learnt from next-horizon innovation.  Hosted by: Adri  Kraa, CDO, Mediq 

Table  2: TOPIC TBC. Hosted by:  Kathrin Husi, Leitende Study  Nurse, Coordinator, Inselspital

Table 3: 3D printing  in healthcare: Is there a use?

Table 4: Making the  most of patient data

Table 5: Driving  interoperability across the value chain

Table 6: Medical  Device OEM’s regulatory changes and impact on innovation  

16.30
PANEL DISCUSSION: Employing Blockchain Technology to Protect Your Data

Employing Blockchain Technology to Protect Your Data

·       Current data protection: Why is it inept in a connected health system

·       The next generation of technology: Blockchain explained

·       Blockchain in action: How can you relate it to the connected health system?

17.00
CLOSING REMARKS FROM CHAIR