Welcome to #T5THC on Digital Health
Technology and digital do not drive transformation on their own. Instead, they enable the trends currently going on in healthcare. They are a means to a strategic end. Digital transformation in healthcare is therefore about how we create a more sustainable healthcare model for the future, enabled by technology and digital.
In this inspirational session, we’ll discover how Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Automation will come together in our daily lives and how it will disrupt the healthcare industry on multiple levels.
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Patient-driven innovation by human-centered design thinking.
We used to say that software was eating the world. Today that is still the case, but we call it digital. How is digital having an impact on our healthcare system, what are the pro’s and con’s. And more importantly, what does it mean for you as care professional, patient or organization.
We are living in unprecedented times. Topics like automation & AI, jobs & income, longevity, climate change, economic decline, migration, globalisation and political polarisation are on everyone’s agenda. We are facing a Metastorm in which digital and societal disruptions are challenging our foundations. How we work, live and move around will never be the same … Continued
Digital transformation enabling a personalization of medicine
mHealth or the use of mobile health applications, wearable sensor technology and telemonitoring still mainly takes place at the level of scientific research demonstrated by many pilot projects in collaboration with innovative disruptive companies and hospitals. In our research unit we already demonstrated the feasibility of wearable health technology and the medical and socio-economic added … Continued
AI is raising a whole new category of questions about data and the novel use of the technology, a topic particularly sensitive in healthcare. The presentation will outline how data is used in AI and will introduce innovative concepts for the gathering of data for common good. It will also present a set of conditions … Continued
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Far-reaching digitisation makes use of innovative technologies, such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain, amongst others . These new technologies often present a challenge for the legal world, as we have to think of questions concerning liability, data protection and privacy and existing medical law. Not all technologies always seem to be adapted to … Continued
Digital health is the convergence of digital technologies with health, healthcare and society to enhance the efficiency of healthcare delivery and make care and medicines more personalized and precise. Companies have to switch from selling products to selling outcomes and care providers have to switch from delivering interventions to delivering outcomes. Improving outcomes through personalided … Continued
In the age of digital health, the health care ecosystem is going from disruption to transformation. Artificial intelligence is a hype and a reality – but what does it really mean in the context of health care ? How can AI and analytics help the physician, and impact health care systems financially, operationally, reduce physician … Continued
Digital transformation enables a patient-centric, multidisciplinary delivery of care
In this session, we will reflect on our practical cross-sector experience. What can we learn from other complex organisations in your region? How to better leverage digital? We will give our perspective on 3 key aspects: how to deliver value digitally & iteratively to your customers? How to do so whilst minimising disruption to the existing organisation? What digital (leadership) … Continued
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For the last couple of years, we’ve been told how important patient-centricity is and how it is a must for digital transformations. Yet for most companies, it isn’t a question of why to be patient-focused, but how. As we’ve been helping companies implement user-focused initiatives, we’ve noticed that being user-centered doesn’t start with those at … Continued
The rising cost of health care, caused by a combination of aging population and rapidly increasing fundamental understanding of biological and pathological processes supporting care and cure, demands the fast introduction of evidence-based technological support for the medical professionals. Artificial intelligence is without doubt one of the most promising enabling technologies to offer this support. … Continued
Digital transformation enables healthcare re-integration into society
Can we bring patients closer to caregivers by keeping them out of the hospital? Can we improve the overall results of a hospital – financial, operational and in terms of health outcomes – through an intense focus on ambulatory care? In this 30-minute keynote, Frank explores the concept of a “hospital without patients”. Using real-world … Continued
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Budgets available for healthcare are scarce. Therefore, we need to make choices on which technologies resources are spent or not. This lecture will detail why it is important and how it is possible to use resources more efficiently.
The biggest paradigm in elderly homes is the fact that our residents are happy to been taken care of but are not happy because their not @ home anymore and are not able to do the things they used to do. In this session Johan De Muynck will explain how @Zorgbedrijf Antwerpen we are trying … Continued
We stand on the doorstep of the 5G world. When the Wright brothers invented the airplane, it fundamentally altered how we experience traveling. It wasn’t just about speed. But flight also gave us thrill of defying gravity and soaring to new heights. Flight became a new “user experience” for every traveler. So too does 5G promise … Continued
Digital transformation removes middle-men in the value chain
What are the challenges of Diabetes for patients, health care providers and the health care system?How can digitalization help us to solve the problem?What do we need to leverage the potential?
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The advances in digital technology in the last decade gave insurers the means to create products that continuously connect and engage with customers. The adoption of technology such as telematics, mobile apps, wearables and IoT devices enables insurers to improve risk ratings, personalize premiums and adjust policy conditions on an ongoing basis. The traditional approach … Continued