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2nd eHealth Innovation Workshop

Integrated care, patient empowerment & co-production of health

7 May 2012, 12:00 - 17:30 hrs
IDA, Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, 1780 Copenhagen

Workshop summary

Integrated care and patient empowerment are central pillars of the action plan agreed as part of the EIP pilot on active and healthy ageing. This workshop shed light on these topics through interventions by the EC and members of the eHealth Innovation Thematic Network. Examples of successful patient coaching and integrated care were presented highlighted. The plenum discussion has identified barriers and enablers for further deployment of integrated care services. The second part of the workshop was focused on prevention and co-production of health, i.e., not limited to ill people, and not necessarily involving conventional healthcare services.



12:00 - 12:55

Registration and light lunch at the venue

12:55 - 13:00

Welcome and introduction of participants

Dipak Kalra, University College London
13:00 - 13:20

The operational plan of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP): actions on health (chronic conditions, integrated care, prevention)

Dipak Kalra, on behalf of Anne Starkie Alves, European Commission
13:20 - 13:35

eHealth Innovation in support of the EIP: barriers and enablers for patient empowerment

Dipak Kalra, University College London, Jörg Artmann, empirica
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13:35 - 13:50

The Danish experience: Implementing a Shared Care Platform. Objectives and challenges

Morten Bruun-Rasmussen, Mediq
13:50 - 15:00

Plenum discussion (All): identification of barriers and enablers

Facilitator: Dipak Kalra, University College London
Brief, thought provoking viewpoints (3-5 min.):
  • Karl Stroetmann, empirica: Approaches to Integrated Care
  • Benny Eklund, Uppsala County Council: Lessons from remote monitoring and PHRs/EHRs
  • Michael Strübin, Continua Health Alliance: industry perspective on integrated care
15:30 - 15:45

The co-production of health paradigm (joint presentation-case study)

Niels Boye, Physician, Klinisk Informatik, Denmark
15:45 - 16:00

Health coaching in Scandinavia: empowering the patient to co-produce health

Stephan Schug, EHTEL
16:00 - 16:15

Learning points on co-production: further opportunities

Niels Boye, Klinisk Informatik, Denmark
16:15 - 17:30

Plenum discussion (All): next generation health & well-being services

Facilitator: Niels Boye.
Brief, thought provoking viewpoints (3-5 min.):
  • Pat Lawford, University of Sheffield: The potential value of predictive modelling to citizens
  • Andreas Schmidt, F. Hoffmann-La Roche: Health and wellness as a priority of the pharmaceutical industry
  • Michele Thonnet, French Ministry of Health (TBC): Ministerial perspectives on well-being services
  • Stephan Schug, EHTEL: topic TBC

Summary and farewell

Dipak Kalra, University College London, UK