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Annual Symposium 2020

EIT Health Germany holds its Annual Symposium at the end of every year in order to unite all Partners and Start-ups that belong to the EIT Health Germany Network. Also, each year there are one or more focus topics that build the basis for the Programme consisting of speeches, Panel discussions, pitches, Workshops and Networking sessions. In 2020, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Event will take place entirely online.

To register for the Annual Symposium 2020, please click here.

Agenda Day 1, 26th 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

WORKING TITLE: Status of VBHC Implementation across Polish Hospitals | Dr. Ligia Kornowska (Polish Federation of Hospitals)

VBHC within the Austrian HerzMobil Program | Dr. Dieter Hayn, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

Implementation of Value-Based Medicine at a large University Hospital | Dr. Valerie Kirchberger (Charité Berlin)

Implementing Standard Sets of Outcomes: Age-related Macular Degeneration | Dr. Joaquim Murta (Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra)

Driving systemic change in diabetes with “Longer Life with Diabetes” campaign in Poland | Monika Czapska and Anna Lech (Boehringer Ingelheim, Poland)

Piloting value-based healthcare in diabetes care: the EIT Health – iPDM-GO example | Prof. Dr. Freimut Schliess (Profil GmbH) and Dr. Allan Jones/ Dr. Dagmar Kownatka (Roche Diabetes Care GmbH)

WORKING TITLE: „Targeting Outcomes that Matter for Lung and Breast Cancer Patients in Europe – hospital consortium moving towards outcomes transparency in 5 European countries” | Ane Voice

Swithome – Poststroke walking rehabilitation at home | António Cunha (Instituto Pedro Nunes, Portugal)

Management and access of innovation in oncology: best practice in CAR T-cell therapy from a center perspective | Prof. Dr. Florian Kron (VITIS Healthcare Group)

Value Capture in Health-Related Business Models | Prof. Martin Dietrich (Saarland University, Germany)

17:00-18:00 Innovation Market Place

Agenda Day 2, 27th October 2020 (preliminary):

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

09:30-10:45 VBHC Workshops (Stroke, Cancer, CVD, Diabetes)

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:15 VBHC Workshops (Stroke, Cancer, CVD, Diabetes)

12:15-12:30 Wrap-Up Workshops & What’s Next | Dr. Katharina Ladewig (EIT Health Germany)

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)

 


Past Annual Symposia

EIT Health Germany Annual Symposium 2019 & Bilateral Meeting with EIT Health France: 

Challenges and Solutions in the Fields of “Artificial Intelligence in Health” and “Antimicrobial Resistance”

For the EIT Health Germany Annual Symposium 2019 we joint forces with EIT Health France to focus on cross-border cooperation in two very important fields: “Artificial Intelligence in Health” and “Antimicrobial Resistance”.

EIT Health Germany and EIT Health France Core, Associate and Network Partners as well as key players and stakeholders from the German, Swiss, Austrian and French HealthCare participated in this Event and took part in the varied Programme comprising keynote speeches, a row of interesting oral presentations and discussions as well as the Roundtables in order to elaborate project ideas for the BP2021.

For this unique Event, novel ideas and projects in the fields of “AI” and “AMR” were not only presented but also showcased in the framework of a poster Exhibition on the spot were Visitors were invited to get in touch with project leads from different countries and get to know more about their innovations.

Picture Gallery 2019