Innovation Summit: finding disruptive technologies for treating patients with chronic diseases at home
March 19 @ 08:30 - 13:00
Innovation Skåne welcomes you and your colleagues to an Innovation Summit on finding disruptive technologies for treating patients with chronic diseases at home. Excellent speakers, network mingle and the opportunity to have one-to-one match making-meetings are on the agenda.
Within healthcare today, focus is currently shifting towards moving care to patients’ home environment, in order to lower cost and at the same time improve quality of life. This shift is made possible by combining new, as well as existing technologies, and moving them into a new industry, opening up a whole new range of possibilities.
If these opportunities are to be successfully realized, we are to face several challenges. For example, products and services, as well as equipment and patient monitoring, must be adapted to a non-hospital environment where the user most likely does not have medical training.
The products and services needed to deliver advanced healthcare at home will have to be different, but not more expensive than currently available products focused on clinic use. Meanwhile, the patients must accept the added burden, and maybe most importantly – feel comfortable with treating themselves.
With this, we want to address the issues mentioned, and more importantly, to inspire the participants to think outside the box and potentially combine technologies traditionally not applied to the healthcare area to meet the increasing demands of home care.
Thomas Hertz, Director Renal Innovations at Baxter
– Home dialysis challenges – the product provider perspective
Johan Eltes, Director Technology Architecture Strategy at Cerner
– Cerner Eco system for third party chronic disease solutions
Carl Öberg – MD. Renal physiology and peritoneal dialysis at Lunds Universitet/Skånes Universitetssjukhus
– Home dialysis challenges – the physician perspective
Johan Sellström, Co-Founder of CareChain
– Blockchain Infrastructure and Personal Data Management for Health Application
Martin Carlsson, Ph.D., MD. Associate Professor, Founder and Chief Medical Office at Accumbo
– Diagnosing, monitoring and treating high blood pressure with digital aids
Mattias Paulsson, CEO of Lytics
– Re-humanizing care with predictive analytics
Charlotte Castor, Ph.D. Medical Science and Children’s Nurse at Lund University
– Home care services for sick children and their families
Moderator: Marianne Larsson, Project Manager Health Tech Nordic at Innovation Skåne
Date: March 19th
Time: Registration from 8.30, program 9-13 including lunch
Optional one-to-one match making-meetings will be held after lunch
Location: Baxter’s office, Magistratsvägen 16 Lund
Participation is free but registration is required – Sign up to attend here.
The event is co-hosted by Materials Business Center.