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Workshops program day 2

Aula Magna, Stockholm University


09.00 Meet up


09.30 Parallel sessions


Workshop 1: Integrating data platforms and tools to enable patient centric care
Why is it so hard to have real-time analysis on how health care providers are doing for their patients? This workshop will provide several examples of how it can be done and what it takes to measure and create new patient care pathways.
Speaker: Eric-Hans Eddes, PhD, CEO of Dutch Institute for Clinical Auditing, DICA
Speaker: Jonas Wohlin, CEO IVBAR
Speaker Karolinska example: Andreas Ringman Uggla, MD PhD, COO, Karolinska University Hospital.
Speaker Akademiska Hospital example: Sahlgrenska Academy example: Maziar Mohaddes, MD PhD, Sahlgrenska University Hospital
Speaker Hackensack Meridian Health example: Professor Andre Goy, Chairman and Executive Director, John Theurer Cancer Center, HackensackUMC



Workshop 2: From mobility device to health coach
The days a wheelchair is merely a tool to get from A to B are numbered – using sensors and user-adapted software the wheelchair becomes a seating coach enhancing health and diminishing injuries and pain.
Speakers: Professor Helene Svahn, VP Research and Innovation Permobil & Jamie Heywood, CEO PatientsLikeMe


Workshop 3: Legal constraints and solutions on using patient data
Are you struggling to understand what is allowed and not when it comes do data privacy and data protection? This workshop will give you an insight to issues related to patient integrity and legal regulations that may impact the development and implementation of new digital health systems. Cecilia will together with Magnus bring up current challenges and discuss issues that the participants suggest.
Speaker: Professor Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg, Faculty of Law, Stockholm University & Associate Professor Magnus Stenbeck, Karolinska Institute


Workshop 4: Digital tools for behavioral change
Troo Life Coach: Turning the Tide on Teen Health

Our future continues to be defined by growing ill health and it starts young with teens exhibiting unprecedented levels of physical and mental health problems. Based on neuroscience, behavioural economics and positive psychology, Troo Life Coach is  a chatbot driven by augmented intelligence that wishes to turn the tide on this growing public health crisis.
Speaker: Jen Hyatt, Serial Social Entrepreneur, founder of Troo Life Coach (TLC)

Digital diabetes control beats drugs
For the first time in human history, more people die from chronic disease than infectious disease. To solve this macro-economic problem, we at Holmusk believe that "early detection & early intervention" is the only feasible solution. Holmusk mission is to build full-stack chronic disease platform- scalable, clinically effective, patient centric digital health solutions - using technology and data sciences.
Speaker: Nawal Roy, CEO Holmusk


10.30 – 11.00 Stimulating coffee and networking


11.00 – 12.00 Debate
Combining social media and molecular medicine. What’s next?
Today knowledge is extracted from isles of data to serve patients and society, but we are far from the "big data" vision. The aim for the system has to be to prevent disease and if impossible, to learn as much as possible from groups of similar patients with a focus on finding ways to improve patient outcomes. But what does it take besides collecting tons of data and having the largest social network?  What are the next waves of innovations required to deliver true prevention and health? Who is in a position to capture the value generated?

Speakers: Jamie Heywood, CEO PatientLikeMe & Professor Mathias Uhlén, KTH


12.00 Inspiring lunch and creative networking


13.00 Parallel sessions


Workshop 5: Digital patients leading development of healthcare

In this workshop Sara Riggare starts from her background as a Parkinson patient and discusses models and methods for digital self-care in chronic disease, self-tracking, patient engagement/participation/empowerment. Maria will discuss research on user centered development of patient centered information and communication systems to support collaboration within health and social care as well as patient empowerment. Eskil Degsell works with how we can engage the broader society in improving patient health. With a wife severely ill in cancer, Eskil has committed himself to innovative ways to improve patient outcomes.
Speakers: Maria Hägglund, Associate Professor, Karolinska Institute, Sara Riggare, PhD student, Karolinska Institute & Eskil Degsell, Innovator &  entrepreneur


Workshop 6: Generating insights from distributed patient datasets
IT systems in healthcare encompass many legacy systems, hindering data exchange and large-scale data merging and analysis. Especially for rare diseases this hinders research and healthcare progress. Martin and Barend will introduce the latest developments in data integration and interoperability and the challenges ahead of us. Charlotte will share the latest progress in development of international standards for outcomes measurement.
Speakers: Professor Martin Ingvar, Karolinska Institute, Professor Barend Mons, Dutch Techcentre for Life Science & Charlotte Roberts, PhD, Vice-President for Standardisation at the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement


Workshop 7: Dr Watson is ready to see you!
Ranging from supporting integrated care management and evidence-based and patient-centric treatment options to value-based care and improved health imaging, a whole range of healthcare services are offered based on the Watson framework. This workshop will walk you through the options and possibilities. Will Dr Watson take over from today’s doctors?
Speaker: Henrik Rindel Gudbergsen, Chief Medical Officer, IBM Nordic


Workshop 8: Virtual reality will cure you
This workshop will focus on new means to prevent and rehabilitate patients with PTSD, TBI, Autism, ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke and other clinical conditions. Focus will be of discussions and demonstrations of interactive and immersive Virtual Reality simulations for patient-focused interventions.
Speaker: Professor Albert “Skip” Rizzo, Director for Medical Virtual Reality, University of Southern California


14.45 Stimulating coffee and networking