Smart Health workshop
On Wednesday 10 May, four parallel workshops will be organised on four emerging challenges for industry, including Smart Health.
Each workshop is set up as a panel with key players in the domain; large industry, academia, SMEs and customers, discussing main innovation trends in the specific challenge. An important element of the workshops will be the interaction with the audience, with ample room for Q&A.
As interaction with the audience is key, you can already be involved now and have an impact on the discussion! Check out the workshop focus points and share your opinion below.
The panellists and moderators
Abhi ChakrabartiVP Treatment Planning PortfolioElekta
Regis FerrandMedical Physics DirectorCancer Research Center of Toulouse
- Pierre FrançoisCEOSwiss Life Health & protection
Robyn Tamblyn Scientific DirectorCanadian Institutes of Health Research
This session is moderated by:
Ronald BegeerProgram manager ResearchRoyal Philips
Smart Health - workshop focus
The target of the workshop will be to discuss trends and innovations which can impact the market, including:
- Personalisation of healthcare
IOT allows service adaptation to the users, through monitoring and Big data. The constraint is to reduce the pressure on medical staff.
- Industrialisation of healthcare
Value-based healthcare changes the point of view. It requires workflow management and Big data. Again the constraint is to reduce the pressure on medical staff.
- Digitalisation of healthcare
It is an opportunity to deploy a platform, and services to be created around it. This will create new business models.
- Autonomy support
Targeting elderly and chronic diseases.
- Population Health
This global dimension of health will generate big impact to optimise the personal health and reduce the cost.
- Design and engineering
New modalities have still many opportunities to increase the quality of signal, increase of functionality, Increase of quality. The potential of frugal design needs to be checked.