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Sep 07-08, 2022    London, UK

International Conference on

Digital Health and Telemedicine

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Christoffer Paulsen

Christoffer Paulsen

United State

Title: Evolution of Telemedicine and Telehealth

Biography:

Christoffer Paulsen is the Health care expect. A  American VirtualCare Health care appointments - a face to face video conference with a US Board certified healthcare provider Health. Following his passion, he and his team of advisors partner with forward-thinking healthcare leaders to prepare their organizations for the future of healthcare delivery. Mr. Milaster’s expertise stems from a 30-year career, including 18 years in healthcare, at employers including IBM Global Services and the Mayo Clinic; and numerous digital health consulting engagements ranging from strategy development and business planning to the design and implementation of new healthcare services. He has designed and build sustainable healthcare delivery services that delight patients and improve outcomes, while exciting clinical and medical staff.

Muhammad Mudassar

Muhammad Mudassar

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Title: Think Patient – How to Build Your Next Digital Health Product?

Biography:

Muhammad Mudassar, has joined Philips in 2017 as Services Transformation Lead responsible for CS business growth for Connected Care and NBX propositions for MET customers; and later transitioned within Enterprise Diagnostic Informatics team to develop integrated managed services business model (ISEE) and boost Performance Bridge (EOI) business, that has seen 3x Install Base growth in MET for past 2 years since launch. He is leading Solution business development for Performance Bridge, Data Management & Interoperability Solutions anchored within EDI and Integrated multi-modality solutions, from value proposition creation to sales enabling, market deployment & enablement with complete customer partnership lifecycle facilitation.

Prior to Philips, Mudassar has built his career for the past 18 years in ICT and New Business strategic ventures within telecoms / service providers, his last role being director of digital ICT solutions & new business at Ooredoo (Qatar HQ & 20 countries operations). He brings strong service oriented expertise designing and launching XaaS value propositions and driving strategic business growth. He holds a Bachelors in Electronics Engineering & MBA in Management Consulting. Mudassar loves reading books, sports and family time while based in Dubai with his wife and kids Sarah & Yusuf.

 

Dr. Fernando Ferrari

Title: DOC24- construction of multinationals from different segments in Latin America

Abstract:

Is an actuary and a serial entrepreneur. He reinvented himself several times and today, as country manager of DOC24, a multinational specialized in telemedicine and telehealth solutions, he consolidated his career by actively participating in the construction of multinationals from different segments in Latin America, setting up their business plan and contributing to the structuring of your trading strategies. Moved by challenges, he is a technology enthusiast and today is a reference in the telemedicine segment in the Region, defending the concept of democratization of health services, crossing borders, breaking paradigms and bringing quality medicine to those who need it, wherever they are, bringing the medicine of the future to the present.

Biography:

He is Specialization is  Telemedicine - Actuarial Services - Healthcare - Business Consulting Talks about saude, health, healthtech, inovação, and telemedicinaTalks about saude, health, healthtech, inovação, and telemedicine. He studied in the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brazil.

Dr. Corinne Isnard Bagnis

Dr. Corinne Isnard Bagnis

Greater Paris University Hospitals - AP-HP Paris, France

Title: "Primum non nocere": Digital tools and mental load in clinicians and patients: the "E3 task force" project

Abstract:

The Covid 19 pandemia has been an extremely potent enhancer of digital health solutions spreading. Telemedicine was already available in France before SARS-COV2, but not used as a standard of care. It seems like when sticking to the expressed needs and objectives, the implementation of digital solutions became a reality with a high level of acceptability. Since e-health is spreading and the commercial offer of digital solutions dramatically increasing, it seems critical to predict the impact of those new tools mental load of users in order to make sure digital solutions really bring better quality of care together with quality of life (patients) or profesional life (health care professionals). Assistance publique -Hôpitaux de Paris launched in 2022 an ambitious project focusing on digital innovation at Hotel Dieu, making the largest hospital in Europe also an active promotor of digital health. This project includes an Innovation Hub, a large incubator for Start-ups, and (among others) the Digital Medical Hub (DMH). DMH is combining an academic platform dedicated to promoting scientific research on E-health and an open innovation structure promoting transformation strategies for e-health projets. Academic DMH initiated (March 2022) an innovative project aiming at defining what are the critical parameters involved into the lived experience of e-health users (clinicians and patients) with regard to mental load. This project included 3 steps : 1) a "consensus of experts" strategy conducted through two to three hours meetings allowing the group to provide a list of the main dimensions impacting the (positive or negative) changes observed on daily life and mental load. The group includes neurosciences experts, clinicians (nephrologist, cardiologist, psychiatrist), e-health and digital solution experts, neuroergonomics and ergonomics experts, work psychologists, health economy specialist, market access experts). The following task of the group is to identify among those dimensions, those that are measurable or propose a way to evaluate them. 2) In paralell, a large opinion barometer is spread among health care professionals, digital entrepreneurs, and stakeholders in the field of health in ordre to collect over 500 answers allowing to describe expectations, fears and representations about e-Health implementation in France. 3) The last step of our research project is to obtain a large consensus of experts (health care profesionals) using the Delphi method, a structured communication technique or method, originally developed as a systematic, interactive forecasting method which relies on a panel of experts. The expert group conducting this research has turned into a Task Force to build the research plan for the next steps, after publishing the first conclusions of this work in the form of a "white book".

Biography:

Corinne Isnard Bagnis is Professor in Nephrology (2006) at Pitié Salpetrière Hospital, the largest hospital in Europe, were she is in charge of the ambulatory renal care. She recently created the first research group in OncoNephrology in France to promote better care for renal patients with cancer. She introduced patient's empowerment at Sorbonne Medical University by creating the first diploma for patients in the field of patient's education in 2010 (Special Prize IDS from the French Academy of Medicine). In 2015, she implemented the first CME course for clinicians on Mindfulness training to improve quality of care, decrease burnout and promote compassion (over 300 HCP's in 7 years). Since 2017, she has actively been promoting e Health in the field of Nephrology with the first MOOC on renal diseases (EIT Health grant) and is conducting research projects using the AP-HP data lake. She acts as scientific partner at the Digital Medical Hub at AP-HP.