live from the studio
9 AM CET & 10 AM EEST
09:05 (CET) Theme 1.
Redefining Care Delivery
In order to provide qualitative and resilient hospital care that meets the needs of the future also a paradigm shift towards preventive care is needed. New models and a re-definition of where and how care is offered could potentially free up the pressure on hospitals and get them focused on the primary task - saving people’s life in a resilient, accurate and effective way.
The digitalization and machine optimism is sometimes so strong that the question of what the human tasks in the future are needs to be raised. It is clear AI, MIoT and ML will revolutionize how clinical care is delivered more accurately, with lower costs and at scale. Other upsides might involve the engagement between the Hospital Professionals and the Patients to deepen. As we get closer to personalised care and precise medicine the attraction of the profession probably continues to be on the rise.
WELCOME & MORNING STUDIO
KEYNOTE: Innovation and visions of the Future Hospitals and convergence of care delivery
The new role of hospitals for delivering care
Change management in rapidly changing care culture
The convergence of care – how digital services will unite clinical, primary and social care delivery
FIRESIDE CHAT: Precision Health – Best care for each individual based on data
Data as a key enabler for future healthcare
Benefits of predictive and personalized care
How to lead change
KEYNOTE: The technical revolution and digitalization in hospitals
Building a Distributed Campus of Care: Go Small, Reach Far
The global pandemic catalyzing new thinking in healthcare delivery and dismantling the Hospital as the Cathedral of Care
Embrace technology: Utilising AI, robotics and technology in hospital operations
NORDIC PANEL: Change management in Future Hospitals
10:40-12:10 Theme 2.
DIGITAL PATIENCE EXPERIENCE
Expectations on service are about to change regardless if you like it or not. From the grey panthers to Millennials, today's technology-centric environment is changing the way consumers engage in healthcare. A situation further complicated by generational differences.
If and when care is moved closer to the patient - digitally, to homes, alternative locations, self monitoring etc - it affects and has consequences on current Hospital Projects and widens possibilities in current premises. How will shifts in customer behavior match the services in Hospitals and how should processes change to become patient driven and to what cost? Can virtual assistance and lobbies be built with empathy and individualism in the center? And if all is possible how is success measured and how do you know you monitor the relevant aspect from the customer point of view?
CASE: NEW ODENSE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - Experiences and strategies in the design and development of the new university hospital in Odense
Patient centered design – a guideline for decision making
Benefits of being one of the only university-hospitals in the world actually connected to the university Faculty of Health Sciences
How the new OUH managed to adopt the challenge of flexibility
INTERVIEW:From inpatient to outpatient, the transformation of care to outside hospital
Digital patient paths and e-services enabling smooth collaboration
Alway on-monitoring, portable devices and remote care platforms make outpatient services possible
Customer centric virtual reception and telemedicine
KEYNOTE: Easier healthcare processes, better quality of care and outcomes
Digital First Hospital and digital healthcare planning principals
Embracing advanced technologies safely
Getting the workforce ready to work in a digitally enabled way
Optimizing the use of clinical data
Collecting and analyzing clinical data: benefits in real life
Cases demonstrating the value of clinical data
Data sharing solutions for better research
NORDIC PANEL: Future of hospital in Karolinska and Aalborg university hospitals
KEYNOTE: Preventing and early detection, instead of treating
Algorithmic medicine and machine learning tools for doctors
How AI powered solutions can provide precise and personalized care and improve operational efficiency
Information driven care delivery
12:35-14:00 Theme 3.
FUTURE OF HOSPITAL DESIGN – MEETING THE NEED OF FLEXIBILITY
To build and design new Hospitals is complex and costs a fortune. Efficiency is needed as much as flexibility and a great dose of vision, wisdom and solid groundwork gets crucial. As the development curve is only steepening the needs of the future is hard to cover. How can these large design projects be future proofed and what qualifies if the project is successful not only from an operational aspect, but also from a socioeconomic aspect?
CASE: New Lighthouse Hospital - Value based care
Valuation of the effectiveness of care and the use of knowledge in management
Value based medicine in future hospitals
How value based medicine affect hospital design and operations
NORDIC PANEL: What moves in when care moves out?
CASE: INTERVENTION CENTRE - The space revolution: designing multifunctional spaces for the patient treatment of the future
Clinical disciplines collaborate in state-of-the-art hybrid operating rooms pushing the boundaries of minimally invasive surgical procedures
Use of robot systems and simulation, IT solutions for big data processing, AI, telecommunication and sensor technology
Teamwork and specially trained staff for the complex infrastructure in technological and research-based settings
INTERVIEW: Global healthcare workforce wellbeing: Time of Transformation
Global clinician and nurse shortages
Burnout and Record Demand
Tradition & Technology- Successful approaches for enhancing workforce wellness
Why is research more important than ever in the Finnish Hospitals during the era of precision medicine?
What is precision medicine and how does it change the Finnish hospitals?
Silos of medical research do not apply anymore
Scientific knowledge driven hospitals
STUDIO & WRAP UP