13:30 - 14:45
Combining data keeps you fit - Mission 1
Good health is important, but it requires effort to stay healthy. It helps if you know how lifestyle and genetics affect people's health, especially your own health. How do we gain knowledge and how do we put it to good use in keeping ourselves and other people healthy?
Moderator: Nico van Meeteren, Health~Holland
Better data, better care - Progress
The Netherlands ranks highly for delivering high quality healthcare. But we can't stand still. We must keep learning and improving. Patient expectations are growing, quality of care and treatments can be assessed and improved, and health and wellbeing move into the center of attention. Meeting the challenge of making all the necessary data available in a learning health(care) system.
Moderator: Floortje Scheepers (UMC Utrecht)
- Peter Smits (Dutch Heart Registration/Maasstad Hospital Rotterdam)
- Gonda Stallinga (University of Groningen)
- Wouter Franke (Dutch National Health Care Institute)
15:00 - 16:15
Artificial Intelligence - Progress
Artificial Intelligence isn't just a buzzword. It's the key to handling and analyzing huge quantities of data, and one of the major drivers of future curative and preventative healthcare. Different use cases will exemplify the promises and benefits that artificial intelligence brings and help identify how AI can be used to develop and implement health innovations.
Moderator: Wiro Niessen (Erasmus MC)
Real-world Health - Mission 1
Smartphones, wearables and sensors can help to make healthcare better and more efficient. They offer new opportunities for prevention and diagnostics. Mobile health technology is rapidly becoming an important factor in healthcare, allowing treatments to be based on real-world data rather than assumptions. Researchers can use this data to develop and test new innovations.
Moderator: Maarten Lahr (UMC Groningen)
- Bart Verkerke (UMC Groningen / University of Twente)
- Pieter Jelle Visser (Amsterdam UMC / Maastricht University)
Mapping the Personal Health Train Community - Mission 2
FAIR & Personal Health Train
Many organizations are working hard on implementing FAIR data strategies and working out Personal Health Train proofs of concept. In this session, experiences are shared as a prelude to discussing common goals and requirements for a collective FAIR data infrastructure that will allow the Personal Health Train to start running at full speed.
- Oya Deniz Beyan (Fraunhofer Institute Bonn, Coordinator of the international PHT network)
- Inga Tharun, Program manager Dutch Personal Health Train community
- Members of the Dutch Personal Health Train learning community
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