Innovations (concurrent sessions)

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Innovations (concurrent sessions)
Session A: Patient Engagement
Session B: New Technologies and Knowledge Sharing
Session C: New Technologies und Nutzerorientierung

Session A: Patient Engagement

Chair: Jan Geissler (D)
(English/German, with simultaneous translation)

11.30 - 11.50 The role of patient organisations in assessing the quality of medicine and care (German)
Christoph Veit (D), CEO, German National Institute for Quality Measurement in Health Care BQS
Involving patient representatives in healthcare quality assessment processes
11.55 - 12.15 Redesigning hospitals from patients’ perspective (English)
Carolyn Hullick (AUS), Director of Emergency Medicine,
John Hunter Hospital, New Lambton
Co-design based on patient experiences using the example of an emergency room
12.20 - 12.40 Community-campus-partnerships – new ways of engagement (English)
Sandrine Motamed (CH), Chief resident, Geneva University Hospitals (HUG), chief scientific resident, Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Geneva
Involving user groups in improving community health
12.45 - 13.05 Experienced involvement of patients in mental health care (German)
Franziska Rabenschlag (CH), Charter Member and Executive Board EX-IN Berne
Nicole Duss (CH), Charter Member and Executive Board EX-IN Berne, Student DAS Experienced-Involvement, University of Applied Sciences Berne
Qualifying patients for work in psychiatric services

Session B: New Technologies and Knowledge Sharing

Chair: Jim Phillips (UK)
(English, without simultaneous translation)

11.30 - 11.50 Online-Interventions – Running a self-management program nationwide (English)
Jay Greenberg (USA), Executive Vice President, National Council on Aging (NCOA)
Experiences from implementing the online Chronic Disease Self-Management Program through the National Council on Aging
11.55 - 12.15 ‘Connected Health’ – Smart Health Solutions (English)
Steffen Achenbach (D), Physician Executive Europe, Microsoft Health Solutions Group
(Self-)Organisation of health using modern technology, taking the Microsoft HealthVault as an example
12.20 - 12.40 P2I Care – Patient Innovation System (English)
Anna Essén (S), Researcher, Stockholm University School of Business
Andreas Hager (S), Development leader and Patienteer,
P2I Care
Involving patients in development and implementation of online services
12.45 - 13.05 Healthtalkonline – Teaching and Learning with shared health experiences (English)
Sue Ziebland (UK), Research Director, Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford
Online access to interviews with patients and their experiences

Session C: New Technologies und Nutzerorientierung

Chair: Beat Sottas (CH)
(English/German, without simultaneous translation)

11.30 - 11.50 ELGA Patient-centred care and personal health records (German)
Susanne Herbek (A), CEO, ELGA GmbH
Conveying target group-specific information and linking up players
11.55 - 12.15 Telehealth solutions Home health care and self-management support (German)
Bernadette Klapper (D), Head of Clinical Services Europe, Robert Bosch Healthcare GmbH
Potential and limits of therapy management programs for empowerment and maintaining autonomy
12.20 - 12.40 ‘hotealthcare’: technology makes it possible,
people make it happen (English)

Jacqueline Fackeldey (NL), Human to human marketer, fackeldeyfinds
New technology and marketing for integrating patients in care and therapy
12.45 - 13.05 Patients know best – helping patients and providers to manage care (English)
Mohammad Al-Ubaydli (UK), Founder and CEO, Patients Know Best
Health 2.0 and personal health records as a source of connecting patients and providers


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