Without interventions in 2040 1 in 4 people will work in healthcare (compared to 1 in 7 now). And even now it is hardly sustainable in terms of people and costs. The inevitable conclusion is that we need to improve productivity by not working harder but smarter with the help of technology. Part of that solution is the use of Digital Health.
Digital Health has of course made a huge jump in usage during the covid period. Under pressure a lot dogmas on how to work become fluid as we have all found out in many of our professions. Question is; How to build upon the positive effects of the current implementation of Digital Health and how can we take the next step? Not just by doing the things we did yesterday, but remotely redesigning care aided by technology.
So how do we provide care at the right place and the right time? How do we improve productivity overall whilst increasing quality? In the SMB meeting on January 27 two care organisations and two health companies will explain how they deal with innovation. And Tom van der Belt, lead for Digital Health in the Nijmegen area, will talk about a regional initiative; The Digital Health Hub with the aim to improve healthcare through cooperation between health organisations and health companies.
Welcome by Martijn Kriens from Briskr
Maartenskliniek (Remco Hoogendijk)
Vigo groep (Angelique Moonen)
Digital Health Hub (Tom van den Belt, Radboudumc & Floor van de Watering, Oost NL)
Questions & wrap up
For those interested, we will conclude the event with the opportunity for online networking where you will be placed randomly in a Zoom room.
This event will be streamed online. A login link will be provided by email a few days before the event.
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Presentations are in English & the entrance is free (registration upfront is needed though). We welcome new guests, so please feel free to pass on this invitation to relevant people in your network!
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As an entrepreneur in healthcare you can have a great product to improve quality and efficiency in healthcare but still have a hard time selling it. The decision to use new technologies is divided between healthcare organisations and professionals, insurance companies and sometimes even patients.