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HPI BPC: Inspirations-Talk "Digital Health"

Am 2. Mai wird es einen Inspirations-Talk zum Thema "Digital Health" geben. Dadurch möchten wir allen Interessierten einen Einblick in die spannenden Gründungsthemen im Bereich "Digital Health" geben.

Die Inspirations-Talk findet am 2. Mai 2017 von 17.00 – 18.30 Uhr im HPI Hörsaal 3 statt. Eine vorherige Registrierung ist nicht notwendig.

Speaker: Dr. Sven Jungmann

Topic: "What you need to know about our healthcare system to shape a healthier future?"

Healthcare has seen great advances in the recent decades. However, today's system is inefficient, and it faces intense cost pressures leading to staff shortages, high burnout rates, long waiting times, and health inequities.
At the same time, society dreams of personalised care for everyone, everywhere, and at any time. Emerging technologies bear the promise of bringing us closer to that goal.
Yet, healthcare is among the least digitised of all industries. Join us for an interactive seminar.

Dr Sven Jungmann will discuss the threats to sustainability and highlight the main visions for making healthcare personalised, more efficient, and fairer. The seminar consists of three speeches, each followed by a discussion:

  • The problem landscape in medical research and practice
  • Future perspectives, including the emergence of learning healthcare systems
  • Driving change in healthcare: heuristics for innovators

After these three sessions, Sven is available as a sparring partner for your ideas.

About Sven:

Sven is a practising medical doctor with additional Master degrees in Public Health and Public Policy. Among others, he has worked with the European Commission’s eHealth and Wellbeing Unit, HELIOS Kliniken (Germany's largest healthcare provider), and an mHealth study funded by the German Ministry of Health. Hence he brings combined insights from both the frontline of healthcare and the macro perspective. Handelsblatt recently recognised his work by naming him one of Germany’s 100 "smartest innovators".