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Internet of Health NL 2018

08:00
BREAKFAST BRIEFING

Introducing IoT: Why is it so crucial to the Health Industry?

·       The IoT toolkit: A beginner’s guide

·       Who will IoT benefit the most?

·       Deploying IoT at scale: How do we move past the pilot?

·       Is IoT now an essential investment for hospitals?

08:30
CHAIR'S OPENING REMARKS
08:40
OPENING KEYNOTE

Unveiling the Vision for a Connected  Health System

·        The hospital of 2020 vs. the smart home of  2020

·        Putting the patient at the forefront of their  care: Information Access

·        Revolutionising the health ecosystem with  knowledgeable partners

·        What does the future hold for health in  Europe?

09:00
PRESENTATION

Scaling up digital health innovations in a cost sensitive way

·       Moving past the pilot: Internal sign off and cultural restrictions

·       Breaking down internal silos to move to an organic way of scaling up innovations

·       Understanding cost implications and what is feasible

·       Incentivising digital health amongst patients and clinicians

 

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

 

09:20
PRESENTATION

Enhancing operational efficiency with  data centricity that improves patient care

·        Transitioning to value-based care through data

·        Streamlining and structuring data to improve  supply chain delivery

·        Results: Decreasing bed occupancy in the  hospital

09:40
PRESENTATION

Securing Medical Devices and Hospitals to  enable IoT to prosper

·        Establishing a risk portfolio for Medical  Device OEM’s

·        Points of vulnerability in the Connected  Health ecosystem

·        Stress Testing and Cyber simulations: Are you  taking them seriously?

·        Reversing negative connotations of cyber security:  Embedded cyber security rather than an add-on

 

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

10:30
NETWORKING BREAK
11:15
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

Make Health Accessible with EHR: It’s what the industry needs!

·       EHR vs. EMR: Know the difference and apply the broader total health of patients to findings

·       Is their Bias in the EHR? Uncovering and allowing for disparities

·       Impact on admin and time-consuming tasks 

·       Does EHR ultimately improve patient care?

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

Is creating a Digital Twin of a patient  ethical? Benefits evaluated

·        Creating a personalised care program using  digital twin

·        Providing a platform to decide on surgery or  medication

·        What would it take to create digital twins of  patients?

·        Digital Twin’s vs. EHR

·        Is it ethical to create a digital twin of a patient? Patient feedback evaluated

11:35
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

Improving operational efficiency with advanced data analytics

·       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

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

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

Virtual Reality in the Surgery Room:  Improving the success rate for Brain Surgery

·        Training future doctors with VR to avoid risks  and improve early surgery success

·        Utilising VR for seasoned physicians to  ‘warm-up’ before surgery

·        Enabling virtual reality in the operating  room: Neuroanatomy labs and other technologies that are required

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

12:05
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

PANEL DISCUSSION: Does your current  connectivity enable IoT or inhibit it?

·        Care at home and the overemphasis on good  connectivity solutions

·        Moving to a wireless platform: 5G and beyond

·        Evaluating the return on investment in  connectivity

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

PANEL DISCUSSION:  Finding the true ROI from Smart Technology: Is it truly worth the investment?   

·        Cost and effectiveness of training with VR vs.  conventional methods

·        Digital Twin or 3D printing: Which is more  effective for creating a Smart Hospital

·        How has AI and machine learning helped to save  costs within the hospital?

12:35
LUNCH
13:40
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

Building Semantic Interoperability that  drives business value under FHIR

·        Providing interoperability at the highest  level

·        Supporting the electronic exchange of patient  data with EHR

·        Improving quality, safety and efficiency with  interoperability

·        Driving business value with interoperability

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

Facilitating patient monitoring devices with wireless 

·       Current connectivity options for medical devices in the smart home: Are they sufficient?

·       Does the dawn of 5G equate to the next generation of healthcare in the home?

·       Connectivity: An inhibitor or an enabler of patient monitoring?

14:00
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

Understand the true cost of new network  infrastructure

·        Does my organisation need a new  network/platform to be smart enabled?

·        What solutions are available on the market?  How will they impact on the running of the hospital?

·        What’s the cost of a new network? Is it  affordable for my organisation?

 

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

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

AI and Voice Interactive technologies  that support care in the home for dementia patients

·        Pre-diagnosis: Robots that employ AI  technology which can detect dementia and depression

·        Post-diagnosis: Providing a use for Alexa;  Voice interactive technologies that serve as reminders and a support network  for patients

·        Will AI become the primary source of care for  the elderly moving forward?

 

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

14:20
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

PANEL DISCUSSION:  Employing  Sensors and Analytics to optimise workforce and patient care

·        Affordable sensors that provide plug and play  options: Providing real time analytics that can save lives

·        To good to be true? Barriers to sensor  implementation

·        Hold on! Structuring data before analysing:  The do’s and don’ts

·        Developed analysis for developed patient care

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

CASE STUDY:  Where  is the nearest defibrillator! Augmented Reality can save lives

·        Case study review: AED app that can save  patients lives- utilising AR in the right way

·        Barriers to implementation on a broader scale:  Are there cheaper ways to deliver the same patient care?

·        Other use cases for AR: Augmented reality in  surgery: Better than VR?

14:20
NETWORKING BREAK
15:35
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

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 

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

Delivering prescriptions by Drone: A gimmick or a life saver?

·       Providing a service to house-bound patients

·       Drones compared to other methods of prescription delivery: Human capital versus working capital

·       Technology companies dabbling with drones: Amazon delivery drones and beyond

·       Are drones the future?

16:05
STREAMS

STREAM A: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IOT ADOPTION

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

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

STREAM B: KEY INNOVATIONS IN SMART HEALTH

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?

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

16:25
START-UP SHOWCASE

A  series of Industrial IoT start-ups will have the opportunity to pitch their  cutting-edge ideas and technologies in 10 minutes before being challenged by  a moderating panel and you, the audience! Take this opportunity to gain early insight into new technologies and potentially identify your next investment project to give you a competitive edge in the market.

16:55
PANEL DISCUSSION

Innovating in MedTec: What’s the latest?

·       Wearable devices: From chips to smart watches

·       Bringing cyborgs closer to reality with self-healing electronic skin

·       Diagnosis and chronic disease monitoring devices: What’s next?

·       Unleashing the power of wearables and telemedicine for the future of chronic disease management

17:15
CLOSING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR
17:20
END OF DAY ONE
17:30
NETWORKING DRINKS
08:20
CHAIR'S OPENING REMARKS
08:40
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

09:00
PRESENTATION

Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive  Computing and New Technologies that enable Hospitals to make informed  decisions

·        The highway to health: Organized patient  routes in the smart hospital

·        Providing physicians with optimal information  at optimal moments

·        Designing bespoke treatment plans in  collaboration with EHR

·        Reducing the work load on physicians:  Consultation by AI

·        Let’s eliminate unnecessary admin and  repetitive tasks with AI

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

09:20
PRESENTATION

GDPR: What does it mean for Hospitals,  Medical Device OEMs and the patient?

·        The GDPR in focus: Key themes, do’s and don’ts  

·        Accountability for Hospitals Medical Device  OEM’s and implementation priorities

·        Ensuring transparency in protocol and  patients’ rights

·        Pseudonymisation for scientific articles and  publishing

10:00
PANEL DISCUSSION

Debating the latest Smart Technologies:  Which will work best for my Hospital?

·        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

10:30
NETWORKING BREAK
11:15
PRESENTATION

Improving the lives of diabetics with  remote glucose monitoring: Measuring the Impact

·        Requirements for remote glucose monitoring:  Internet, Bluetooth and beyond

·        Latest innovations in glucose monitoring

·        Raising awareness for the patient: What is  available what is affordable?

·        Results: Lives saved and available beds

11:45
PRESENTATION

Working with  partners to reduce the strain and cost to hospitals posed by Chronic Disease

·        How much of the digital healthcare system are  hospitals able to achieve without partners?

·        How do you know what solutions partner you  should choose?

·        Case Study: How an ecosystem of partners has  helped to reduce the levels of chronic disease patients in our hospitals?

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

12:05
INTERVIEW

A Heart Monitor  could have saved his life! Employing IoT to protect Elite Sportsmen and Women

·        CASE STUDY: Davide  Astori, what happened? How could his condition have gone unnoticed?

·        Would a remote heart  monitor have saved his life?

·        Is it time that  football clubs utilised IoT to better look after their players?

·        How can the health  industry and elite sports clubs collaborate to ensure tragedies are reduced  on the pitch and in hospital

12:25
LUNCH
13:30
PRESENTATION

Combining Big Data, EHR and IoT for  Improved Chronic Disease Management

·        Making the most of patient data

·        The power of EHR and beyond: Is it now an essential  for hospitals

·        Optimising real time data to enable IoT for  patient care

14:00
PRESENTATION

Liability,  Chronic Disease Management and Patient Monitoring: Know your  Responsibilities 

·        It’s not my fault!  What are the measures put in place in case medical devices fail?

·        What role do  insurers have to play in the European connected health market?

·        How is liability  assigned in case of malpractice?

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

14:20
PANEL DISCUSSION

Overcoming barriers to adopting remote  monitoring as part of the arsenal against Chronic Disease

·        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

·        Collecting demographics and optimising patient  notes with HER

14:40
PRESENTATION

Smart Home and Telemedicine: The new heart of patient centric health monitoring

·       Enabling the smart home as centre of health: Alexa, prescriptions and monitoring

·       Employing sensors to create the best in-house treatment centre

·       Telemedicine delivery: Who owns it? Patient or hospital?

·       Looking at future applications: Depression and more

15:00
NETWORKING BREAK
15:15
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

Technology  Talks

Share experience and ideas in a frank and  open environment.

·        Table 1: How to  create a digital twin for the smart hospital

·        Table 2: Measuring  cyber security risks more accurately

·        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  

16:15
CLOSING REMARKS FROM CHAIR