Joint EIT Health Germany & EIT Health Innostars Symposium

EIT Health Germany and EIT Health Innostars cordially invite all EIT Health Core and Associate Partners, health-related stakeholders and participants of the ecosystem to our annual event. This year the event will focus on fostering cross-border cooperation and collaboration, on stimulating discussions in the area of the very important and currently hotly discussed topic „Value-Based Health Care in Europe“ and on exchanging and developing ideas for future joint projects.

Agenda

26 October 2020 (preliminary):

11:30-12:00 Welcome | Dr. Katharina Ladewig (EIT Health Germany), Balázs Fürjes, (EIT Health Innostars)

12:00-13:00 Keynote: Implementing Value-based Health Care in Europe: Handbook for Pioneers | Prof. Gregory Katz (Paris School of Medicine & President VBHC France)

13:00-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-17:00 VBHC Case Studies from Around Europe (information on speakers is provided below)

17:00-18:00 Innovation Market Place

27 October 2020 (preliminary):

09:15-09:30 Welcome & Intro to Workshop Sessions | Dr. Katharina Ladewig (EIT Health Germany), Balázs Fürjes, (EIT Health Innostars)

09:30-12:30 VBHC Workshops (Stroke, Cancer, CVD, Diabetes)

12:30-12:45 EIT Health’s HVC Forum | Dr. Katharina Ladewig (EIT Health Germany)

12:45-13:00 Closing of Event | Dr. Katharina Ladewig (EIT Health Germany), Balázs Fürjes, (EIT Health Innostars)

13:00-14:00 Lunch Break

14:00-16:00 Closed Session | German Partner Meeting (German Partners only)

Speakers

Prof. Gregory Katz

Paris School of Medicine & President VBHC France

Implementing Value-based Health Care in Europe: Handbook for Pioneers

Dr. Ligia Kornowska

Polish Federation of Hospitals

Status of VBHC Implementation across Polish Hospitals

Claudia Hartmann

Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Implementation of Value-Based Medicine at a large University Hospital

Dr. Dieter Hayn

Austrian Institute of Technology

VBHC within the Austrian HerzMobil Program

Anna Lech

Boehringer Ingelheim

Driving systemic change in diabetes with “Longer Life with Diabetes” campaign in Poland

Prof. Freimut Schliess

Profil GmbH

Piloting value-based healthcare in diabetes care: the EIT Health - iPDM-GO example

Dr. Allan Jones

Roche Diabetes Care GmbH

Piloting value-based healthcare in diabetes care: the EIT Health - iPDM-GO example

Dr. Dagmar Kownatka

Roche Diabetes Care GmbH

Piloting value-based healthcare in diabetes care: the EIT Health - iPDM-GO example

Dr. António Lindo da Cunha

Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN)

Swithome – Poststroke walking rehabilitation at home

Prof. Dr. Martin Dietrich

University of Saarland

Value Capture in Health-Related Business Models

Prof. Dr. Florian Kron

VITIS healthcare Group

Management and access of innovation in oncology: best practice in CAR T-cell therapy from a center perspective

Innovation Market Place 2020

SurgiQ will show how 28.000 rehab treatments have been planned with the support of its AI, and present results from the first three months of utilization.

Ivan Porro, SurgiQ

Evidence-based ultra-personalized recommendations to encourage healthier eating behaviour! Food and supplements to optimize health, using self-reported eating habits, digital and biological markers.

Bogdan Ivanov

Enabling an enjoyable experience in Physiotherapy: an In-Clinic Pilot using Motiphy+ in Upper-Limb Rehabilitation

Joana Pinto, Clynx

Innovation Support Programme” – Comprehensive support program from the University of Porto, to strengthen the regional health innovation ecosystem.

Joana Carrilho, EIT Health Hub University of Porto

BrachyDOSE – cancer treatment quality control tool for radiotherapy.

Neringa Šeperienė, BrachyDOSE

„Cardio.AI for ECG annotation and interpretation“ – How AI helps hospitals improve outcomes for ICU patients by reducing reaction time and the number of false warnings.

Yuliana Nemysskaya, XO Research

Advancing clinical research through end-to-end patient engagement solutions.

Adriano Fontanari, PatchAi

Building trust – the key to improving patient outcomes with Real-World Data.

François Recorbet, Pryv.io

R2U-Tox-Assay – Ready-to-use Toxicity Screening Assay based on iPS-Technologies.

Ina Meiser, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBMT)

Embodying Values: Citizen Panel as Tools for Value-Sensitive Design.

Charles-Clemens Rüling, Grenoble Ecole de Management

TACTICAS: Telemonitoring Asthma and COPD Through voICe AnalysiS.

Julia Hoxha, Zana

Reliable Detection of Atrial Fibrillation with a Medical Wearable during Inpatient Conditions.

Malte Jacobsen, RWTH Aachen University

Machine learning-based improvement of a digital triage system in rheumatology.

Lena Janousek, FAU Erlangen

Asynchronous telemedicine for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Ann-Christin Pecher, Universität Tübingen

Looking back at EIT Health Germany Annual Symposium 2019 & Bilateral Meeting with EIT Health France

Two countries, two topics, two days, one target: Challenges and solutions in the fields of ‘Artificial Intelligence in Health’ and ‘Antimicrobial Resistance’. A plethora of challenging questions need to be answered to achieve progress in both fields now and for the future, and over the course of this bilateral meeting we aimed to stimulate an open discussion on both topics as well as develop and exchange ideas for exciting future projects and programmes.