Slovenian Ecosystem gathering
October 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Healthcare treatment paid only if it is effective for the patient. Personalized therapy instead of a one size fits all therapy. These are only two examples of value-based care, which is an increasingly present concept in healthcare to improve the quality of care, healthcare outcomes and financial sustainability of healthcare.
Value-based care includes personalized medicine, coordinated integrative care and many more improvements of the way the healthcare system works. On this year’s Healthday.si annual conference we will be exploring how to think differently to accelerate healthcare improvement, what are the discussions about value based care in radiology and oncology. We will debate with healthcare stakeholders about the current state of value-based care in Slovenia.
14:00 Pozdrav/ Introduction (slo) Jakob Šušterič, MESI
14:05 The Value of Change: How Technology is Transforming Medicine (eng), John Nosta
14:25 Kratek pogovor / follow up discussion (eng) Tomaž Gornik
14:35 Value based care in Europe, Denis Horgan – še ni potrjeno/TBC
14:50 Kratek premor / Short break
14:55 Odločanje o terapijah na podlagi genetskih testov (slo), Dr. Simona Borštnar, Onkološki inštitut LJ
15:10 Posamezniku prilagojeno zdravljenje z matičnimi celicami (slo), Dr. Andrej Cör, Valdoltra, še ni potrjeno/TBC
15:25 Value-based Radiology: From Volume to Value (eng), Woojin Kim
15:40 Kratek pogovor / Follow up discussion (eng)
15:50 Okrogla miza: Ideje so, kako pa jih sprejema sistem? (slo)
- Anka Bolka, ZZZS
- Jurij Šorli, SB Topolšica
- Vojko Flis, UKC Maribor
- predstavnik zavarovalnice, vabljen
- Maša Južnič Sotlar, društvo Europacolon
- Moderira: Sašo Novak
16:30 Refleksije / Q&A (slo/eng)
konferenco moderira Tjaša Zajc / moderated by Tjaša Zajc
John Nosta, opinion leader in the digital health space, creative thinker and strategist who regularly contributes to Fortune, Bloomberg, Forbes and Psychology Today. In his early career he was research associate at Harvard Medical School and has co-authored several papers with global thought-leaders in the field of cardiovascular physiology with a focus on acute myocardial infarction, ventricular arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death. Today, he is the President of Nostalab and among other things an advisory board member at Google Health.
Woojin Kim, is a musculoskeletal radiologist, imaging informaticist, and entrepreneur. He was the Chief Medical Information Officer at the Healthcare Division of Nuance Communications from 2016 to 2019. He was a co-founder of Montage Healthcare Solutions, which was acquired by Nuance in 2016. Previously, Dr. Kim had served as interim Chief of the Division of Musculoskeletal Imaging, Director of Center for Translational Imaging Informatics, and Chief of Radiography at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his radiology residency and MSK fellowship training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Also, he completed an Imaging Informatics fellowship at the University of Maryland/Baltimore VA Medical Center. Dr. Kim has been an active member of imaging informatics within various societies focusing on data mining, analytics, and machine learning.
Dr. Simona Borštnar, dr. med., internal medicine and oncology specialist working at the Insitute of Oncology in Ljubljana. She is the head of the multidisciplinary team for breast cancer and the president of the senology association in Slovenia.
Dr. Jurij Šorli, Director of Topolšica Hospital. A specialist in internal medicine, he specialized in the rehabilitation of COPD patients at the University Hospital in Maastricht and the associated center in Hornerheid in the Netherlands. Since December 2011, he has been employed at Topolšica Hospital as the medical director and head of the rehabilitation unit, and since 2016 he has also been the director of the hospital. He is the author of several articles in domestic and foreign journals in the field of COPD and asthma, and co-author of the book Internal Medicine. He has participated in clinical research in the field of COPD and asthma, also as a principal investigator.
Prof. Dr. Andrej Cör, pathology specialist, Assistant Director and Head of Research and Development at Ortopedic Clinic Valdoltra, Slovenia, which is among other things a partner of a multidisciplinary research group exploring the potential of mesenchymal stem cells as an ani-ageing factor for the muskoskeletal system.
Sašo Novak, with almost two decades of experience working in the pharmaceutical industry and in the health-insurance industry, he has gained a good understanding of opportunities and challenges modern healthcare systems face. As Corporate Affairs Head for companies like GlaxoSmithKline and Roche he has been working along with patients, physicians and other HCP, academia, regulators and legislators to find solutions to make new health technologies accessible to patients. Between 2015 and 2019 he served as an Advisor to the Board of Triglav Health Insurance responsible for growing health insurance business in Slovenia and regionally as well as developing healthcare providers network partnerships for the insurance company.
Tomaž Gornik, CEO of the healthcare IT company Better, solutions of which are used by over 120 customers in 15 markets around the world. He is among the board members of the openEHR Foundation. He is an experienced leader of a large group of developers building world-class software products for more than 30 years. He has a deep understanding of software platforms, architecture, deployment and business models.
Anka Bolka – Head of analytics and development department at the Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia. At the beginning of her professional career, I worked in the economy, and in the last two decades I started working on the Health Insurance Card, the electronic data exchange with data providers, and in recent years on the development of healthcare payment models and data analysts.
Tjaša Zajc – active member of Healthday.si, founder of Faces of digital health podcast, and part of the OPENeP medication management system team at Better, where she works as an Idea Flow Facilitator in the MedsClub community – a recently established community of Better’s OPENeP medication management system users. The group explores best practices in medication management with the mission of going beyond electronic prescribing and national borders. MedsClub aims to become a diverse universe of thoughts and knowledge about the best possible practices of patient care.