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Tuesday, September 11 2018
As we enter the new era of advances in Information Technology and evolving health systems, it has become increasingly more important in providing patient-centred and cost-effective care through the right use of data and information technology.
There is a need for dialogue on how data and technology is empowering patients and revolutionising health and wellbeing by giving control back to the patient over how their medical data is managed, shared and stored, thereby enabling them to take control of their own health and improving the quality of healthcare available.
There is also a need for dialogue on the other ways patient data and technology is being used in healthcare to improve outcomes, from identifying best practice to gaining patient insight and saving money. This would help to discover the future of using data and technology in healthcare, the associated governance issues and how it has the potential to transform the whole healthcare system by putting the patient in the driving seat.
The eHealth conference would identify trends in patient-facing and clinician facing technologies, that could provide solutions to deliver value-based healthcare.
Artificial Intelligence in improving clinical outcomes
Virtual Reality in healthcare
Population health analytics
Benefits of attending:
Explore the potential of digital technologies to transform and improve how care is organized and delivered
Determine how connected health technologies can support delivery of new models of care, health and wellness
Investigate the role of technology in improving patient engagement and health awareness
Empower providers to deliver integrated care through technology
Establish the roadmap to care that is more convenient for patients
Dr Fatmah Baothman, Ph.D. of Artificial Intelligence, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA
Moderator: Dr Fatmah Baothman, Ph.D. of Artificial Intelligence, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA
10:00 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Valter Adão, Lead Director/Partner, Deloitte Digital Africa, Innovation Leader, Deloitte, Johannesburg, South Africa
10:30 KEYNOTE: POPULATION HEALTH - The role of digital technologies in improving the health of the population
Sean Hogan, General Manager, IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences, IBM, New York City, New York, USA
11:00 KEYNOTE: Transforming care delivery with information technology, through convergence of exponential technologies
John Mattison, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, California, USA
11:30 CONNECTED CARE
Tim Kelsey, CEO, Australian Digital Health Agency, Sydney, Australia
13:00 VIRTUAL REALITY: What is the potential for virtual reality in healthcare?
Dr Timothy Jung, Director of the Augmented and Virtual Reality Hub, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
13:30 EMR: Experiences on implementation and use of analytics in EMRs for quality improvement
Dr Stein Olav Skrøvseth, Director, Norwegian Centre for eHealth Research, Tromso, Norway
14:00 INTEROPERABILITY: EU’s eHealth action plan: big data, interoperability and the digital single market
Tapani Piha, Former Head of Cross-Border Healthcare and eHealth, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
14:30 TELEMEDICINE: Implementing and harnessing telemedicine capabilities – international experience from Japan
Shuji Shimizu, MD, PhD, Chairman and Professor, International Medical Department (iMed), Director, Telemedicine Development Center of Asia (TEMDEC), Director, Overseas, Exchange Center, Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan
15:00 End of conference