May 27 - Day 3
Speed up implementationForum
9:00 - 10:30 hrs.
Stimulating eHealth requires focus, because otherwise the process of implementation is too complex. This statement is the key issue of the discussion on how we can speed up implementation of the use of IT in health care. A common view on this focus as a basis for the cooperation will help, but which view is the best? What is the impact of such views on change management and business models? The context of the health care system will lead to different views on implementation strategies. Different implementation strategies will be compared. This session closes with a serious game and the question arises of how we can speed up the use of innovations of this kind.
Mr. Charles Groenhuijsen
Former USA Correspondent NOS News
Mr. Charles Groenhuijsen is independent writer, producer, speaker and consultant.More about this speaker
eHealth: from useful to sustainable
Mr. Roger van Boxtel LL.M.
Chief Executive Officer Menzis
Roger van Boxtel is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Menzis. Menzis is among the top four largest health insurers in the Netherlands.More about this speaker
Mr. Dr. Eric Sijbrands
Internist Erasmus University Medical Centre
Eric Sijbrands is associate professor of internal medicine at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He is an expert in vascular diseases and metabolic disorders.More about this speaker
Policies in Europe: Patient Summary and ePrescription in 12 member states of the EU
Mr. Michiel Sprenger
Senior adviser IT and innovation National Institute for ICT in Healthcare (NICTIZ)
In 2008 he joined Nictiz, the national competence center for IT in healthcare in the Netherlands in the role of a senior adviser. His activities cover regional and national policies and solutions in the Netherlands, and international activities in Europe.More about this speaker
Virtual Reality treatment for pain and PTSD
Mr. Hunter G. Hoffman Ph.D.
Director of the Virtual Reality Research Center University of Washington (HITLab-Photonics Lab)
Hunter Hoffman, Ph.D. a transdisciplinary research scientist and designer, was named one of Fast 50s portraits from the future: people who are writing the history of the next 10 years.More about this speaker