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Day 1 - Tuesday 27 February 2018

 
 

10.00am

 

Introduction & Welcome

 

10.15am

 

Digital Health trends & market, an investor point of view

 

This session will introduce the summit with an interview of a digital health investor sharing her views about the Digital health sector, the technology trends, the market readiness, the businesses and start-ups emerging currently.

 


10.45am

 

Shark Tank 1

3 innovators pitching in front of “sharks” (investors & digital health experts)

 

Moderator: Mark STEVENS, Partner at EnableHealth (USA)

 

 

11.15am - 11.45am

 

Coffee break

 

11.45am

AI for smarter healthcare

 

As most of the sectors, healthcare is impacted by AI technologies. Generating hopes (new discoveries) and fears (substitution of humans), AI brings new solutions for care delivery but also for research, biotechnology industry and drug design. Our Keynote speaker and our panel will explore these new opportunities and analyse the AI impact in healthcare, illustrated with concrete examples and success stories.

 

Keynote address:

 

  • Ken BRADBERRY, Senior Vice President of Managed Services and Innovation for The HCI Group (USA) 

 

Panel Session

 

Moderator: Bleddyn REES, Deputy Chair at ECHAlliance

  • Enric PALLARÉS, CEO at LactApp (Spain)
  • Marquis CABRERA, Global Leader, Digital Government Transformation at IBM (USA)
  • Jordi SERRANO, Founder of Universal Doctor (Spain)

1pm - 2pm

 

Lunch

 

2pm

 

Smart Healthy Cities

Barcelona, Nice and Birmingham...

 

The majority (54%) of the world population is living in urban areas and it is forecasted to increase within the next years. Cities are now playing a central role in bringing wellbeing to their citizens. They act on all aspects of local public policies: not only health and social care but also urbanism, traffic control, environment & pollution, noise reduction, community services development… More and more, the Cities’ decision making process is data-driven, bringing together information and insights collected by the administration itself but also through participative approaches directly with individual citizens. Through open data, they also influence and leverage on resilient initiatives from citizens, generating new local social exchanges, but also partnering with start-ups and companies to design and implement innovative solutions and services.

Our panel will showcase the initiatives of 3 cities (Barcelona, Nice and Birmingham...), contrasting and comparing their approach to improve the citizen’s health and wellbeing.

 

Moderator: Bleddyn REES, Deputy Chair at ECHAlliance

  • Hugo VÁSQUEZ, Researcher at the Public health Agency of Barcelona (Spain)
  • Raj MACK, Head of Brimingham Digital (UK)
  • Mathilde DEMORY, Mayor's advisor for Health at the City Council of Nice (France)

2.50pm

Shark Tank 2

3 innovators pitching in front of “sharks” (investors & digital health experts)

 

Moderator: Mark STEVENS, Partner at EnableHealth (USA)

 

  • Ikuska SANZ, Head of Marketing and User Experience Lead at SocialDiabetes (Spain)
  • Flavia WAHL, Founder & CEO of iBreve Ltd (Ireland)
  • Stephen DUNNEManaging Director at Neuroelectrics (Spain) 

 

 

3.20pm - 3.50pm

 

Coffee break

 

3.50pm

 Triggering Data Digital Health through collaborative projects

Digital Health Services, Private healthcare, Wellbeing, Care processes improvement, reprofiling, treatment adherence & drug delivery are identified, among others, as the challenges for the mental & neuro health sector in the upcoming years…How can a mental health cluster promote economic development and competitiveness? Our value proposition is built fostering three pillars: Creation of a Business Intelligence repository, networking and act as an active platform for disruptive project launches. Independent and informally linked companies & institutions represent a robust organizational model that offers a better competitive environment where cooperation can coexist and innovation and productivity are enhanced thanks to better coordination, trust and risk sharing.

 

 

4.10pm

 

 

How to change human behaviours?

 

Since the 90’s, Digital strategies have influenced the consumers’ habits around the world. Major brands have used Digital marketing for decades to increase their market share, triggering new behaviours related to their products and solutions. Giving the current healthcare context where 80% of the burden is due to chronic diseases largely related to human lifestyle, these 2 sessions will explore the technics and strategies that could be used to tackle the current main challenges.

 

Moderator: Neil GOMES, Senior Vice President for Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience and Chief Digital Officer at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System (USA)

 

 

4.55pm 

The future of hospitals

 

Will we still need hospital in the Future? Not so stupid question as more and more health issues are chronic and can be managed from home, and we see emerging in US and Europe “hospitals without beds and patients”. Our session will draw a vision of what could become the hospital in the next years.

 

  • Cesar VELASCO, Healthcare Innovation Director at Vall d'Hebron Hospital (Spain)
5:20pm  

Conclusion Day 1 and networking

 

 

 

6pm

 

4YFN Networking Drinks

 

   

 

 

 

 Day 2 - Wednesday 28 February 2018
 

10.00am

 

Introduction & Welcome

 

 

 

10.05am

 

Barça Innovation Hub: a new way to tackle health challenges in sport

 

Barça Innovation Hub is key strategic project that aims to leverage FC Barcelona’s knowledge to rethink the future of the sports industry. The Barça Innovation Hub promotes research & innovation under an open and collaborative culture, working closely with leading brands, universities, research centres, and start-ups from around the world. Healthcare is one of the areas Barça Innovation Hub focuses with several challenges associated. 

 

  • Albert MUNDET, Head of Knowledge Department, Barça Innovation Hub (Spain)

10.40am

 

Digital health in crisis environment

 

11.00am

 

Shark Tank 3

3 innovators pitching in front of “sharks” (investors & digital health experts)

 

Moderator: Mark STEVENS, Partner at EnableHealth (USA)

 

 

 

11.30am - 11.55am

 

Coffee break

 

11.55am

 

Mobile Health to improve patient experience

 

  • Neil GOMES, Senior Vice President for Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience and Chief Digital Officer at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System (USA)

 

 

12.20pm

 

The Health apps Jungle

 

320,000+ health apps on the stores. An average of 200 new health apps created every day on the last 12 months. It is very reasonable to ask some questions: what’s the point? Are they all useful, efficient, serious? Some are dangerous? How the consumer could choose? Should we regulate and control? How? Our panel discussion will cross points of view of apps developers, insurers, healthcare professionals and consumers, and will try to highlight the trends and the next steps forward for mobile health

 

Moderator: Bleddyn REES, Deputy Chair at ECHAlliance

  • Maria SALIDO, Cofounder & CEO at SocialDiabetes (Spain)
  • Simon NICHOLLS, Director of Digital Health at BUPA (UK)
  • Elena TORRENTE, Digital Health Coordinator at DKV servicios (Spain)

 

 

1pm - 2pm

 

Lunch

 

 

2pm

 

Blockchain: ultimate solution for healthcare?

 

Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) like Blockchain, are currently disrupting current models in various sectors: finance and banking, cybersecurity, real estate, etc. Healthcare sector have started to test blockchain. Some early adopters, such as Estonia, have already implemented it to manage healthcare citizens data and the Electronic Health System. Our panel will discuss the many existing use cases that can be transformed and transfer to healthcare, using the key attributes of blockchain including consensus, immutability, provenance and finality. This session will get past the hype and will start identifying healthcare-relevant use cases, bringing together key participants to generate projects.

 

Moderator: Bill CHAMBLIN, Partner at EnableHealth

 

  • Francesco OGGIONNI, Head of EIM Operations at Sanofi (Spain)
  • Ken BRADBERRY, Senior Vice President of Managed Services and Innovation for The HCI Group (USA)
  • Artur NOVEK, Implementation Manager and Architect at Estonian E-Health Foundation (Estonia)

 

2.50pm  

Shark Tank 4

3 innovators pitching in front of “sharks” (investors & digital health experts)

 

Moderator: Mark STEVENS, Partner at EnableHealth (USA)

 

 

 

3.25pm


Virtual and Augmented Reality for immersive healthcare

 

Immersive technologies, such as VR and AR, are game-changing technologies. Some claim that we have here the new platform, coming after mobile devices. After showcasing the unique experience provided by VR/AR and its influence on human feelings and behaviour through on-going projects, our panellists will describe their vision of the areas of implementation in healthcare, such as training and education by simulation, communication doctor/patient, patient empowerment.

 

 

 

4:00pm

 

Conclusions, announcement and networking

 

 


 

4YFN Networking Drinks

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Meet the partners

 

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Pitching Partners

                                                

 

Media Partners