At the heart of Smart Health is delivering the right treatment to the right patient at the right time, that is faster, better and more personalized healthcare. But what are the prerequisites for Smart Health, and the benefits to the patients, the European healthcare systems and the societies?
Smart Health for Europe seminar on October 7, 2019, offers health system decision makers a platform to explore the future health ecosystems.
The event is free of charge and will be streamed online.
9.00-13.15 EU presidencies drive Smart Health forward
Welcome His Excellency Heinrich Maurer, Ambassador of Switzerland; Mr. Antti Viitanen, Managing Director of Novartis Finland
Finnish Goverment opening words Ms. Krista Kiuru, Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services
EU strategies and Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI): Health sector and Finland strongholds from an EU perspective? Mr. Antti Peltomäki, Head of the European Commission Representation in Helsinki
Smart Health initiative – Finland's role and potential benefits? Dr. Leena Sarvaranta, Vice President and Head of EU Affairs, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Smart Health – a German view Ms. Lisa Witte-Stremmel, German Ministry of Health, Division of New Technologies and Data Use Smart use of data
GDPR to boost European research and innovation Mr. Knut Mager, Head Global Data Privacy and the Chairman of the Data Protection working group of European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) until June 2019
The Finnish secondary use of health data act Dr. Johanna Seppänen, Director at Social and Health Data Permit Authority Findata
Break – music by the Pad Boys
Government of Finland accelerating precision medicine – role of the new national centers Ms. Tuula Helander, Senior Specialist at Ministry of Social Affairs and Health Secretary General, Finnish Cancer Institute. Value based healthcare for better patient outcome Professor Hartwig Huland, Martini-Klinik Prostate Cancer Center in the University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany My data, my rights, my health
Human-driven and fair data economy – from vision to practice Ms. Jaana Sinipuro, Project Director (IHAN), Sitra
Panel discussion How do I benefit from my own health data Ms. Silja Lindqvist, Chair of the Finnish Ichthyosis Association Learnings from the banking sector Mr. Petri Nikkilä, EVP Chief Commercial and Digital Officer, Nordea Ethics in the use of health data Professor Mika Scheinin, University of Turku
14.00-17.00 Smart ecosystems creating Smart Health
Data driven precision medicine - right treatment, right patient, right time Dr. Anne-Marie Martin, Novartis Global Head of Precision Medicine
Ecosystem Finland: Next steps in digital healthcare and AI Ms. Minna Hendolin, Senior Director, Health and Wellbeing, Ecosystems, Business Finland
How can we benefit from data Session moderated by Dr. Sampo Sammalisto, Head of Personalized Health Finland program, Business Finland
Genome data for better future healthcare Professor Markus Perola, Research Professor, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL)
Prevention of type 2 diabetes in a Kuopio Health ecosystem Professor Jussi Pihlajamäki, Head of Clinical Nutrition and Obesity center at Kuopio University Hospital
Health economics of prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes Professor Janne Martikainen, University of Eastern Finland, School of Pharmacy
Data-driven decision support for health Professor Mark van Gils, Research professor, Artificial intelligence in wellness, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Transforming data to knowledge for better healthcare Dr. Arho Virkki, Head of Auria Clinical Informatics at Turku University Hospital, Adjunct Professor of Medical Mathematics at University of Turku