The Conference 2018

Hamburg, Germany · November 6, 2018

Care 2025: Innovate, Orchestrate and Elevate

Read here the review of the GCCCF Conference 2018

Ljubisav Matejevic


“Please join us in designing Care 2025. We now need to improve the quality and ensure the sustainability of care while increasing efficiencies and balancing costs. Our mission is to reshape care delivery, leverage digitalization and reduce variations in care.

Innovate – By using digital technology and data in a responsible and secure way in order to transform outcomes for patients and citizens.

Orchestrate - By creating interoperability between medical devices, information systems and care management solutions to close gaps and deliver integrated workflows.

Elevate – By safely harnessing the revolutionary developments in technology to fight inequalities and improve access to services, and ultimately, to raise health and social care delivery to the next level.”

Letter of Endorsement

Governments all over the world face the same challenge: how can we provide sophisticated healthcare to a population that lives longer, suffers from chronic diseases, and expects easy access to quality treatment? In Denmark, we have raised public satisfaction with healthcare services, while successfully keeping expenditures in check. However, to tackle healthcare challenges is a process that never stops. So, we welcome the opportunity to present our approaches at Care 2025 and to learn from our international colleagues’ expertise and experience. We highly appreciate the Global Clinical + Care Coordination Forum as an excellent platform for academia, politics, industry partners and civil society to discuss the transformation of care on a global scale.

Hans Erik Henriksen, CEO, Healthcare DENMARK

Program 2018

Please note that the conference program may be subject to changes, and will be updated continuously up to the conference.

Monday, November 5, 2018

18.00 - 21.00

Reception for all conference delegates at the Hotel The Fontenay

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Conference at the Hotel The Fontenay Fontenay 10 20354 Hamburg, Germany


Registration and welcome coffee


Conference Opening / Welcome Address

Ljubisav Matejevic

President, Global Clinical + Care Coordination Forum (GCCCF)

Dr. Cristian Grasu

Secretary of State at Ministry of Health Romania


Artificial Intelligence in healthcare: hype, disillusion, reality. A journey able to re-invent healthcare professional’s skill mix?

Dr. med. Fried-Michael Dahlweid

Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Insel Gruppe


Patient care and privacy laws - the current state of (im)balance

Dr. Eric Liederman

Director of Medical Informatics, Accountable Exec for Privacy & Security, Kaiser Permanente
National Leader, Privacy, Security and IT Infrastructure, The Permanente Federation


Healthcare digitalization beyond the patient record: why workflows need to leave the analogue age

Holger Cordes

CEO, Ascom Group


Coffee break and networking


The EU approach for regional implementation and up-scaling of good health and social care practices

Dr. Nick Guldemond PhD DSc (med)

Associate Professor Integrated Care & Technology, Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management


Smart detection of Atrial Fibrillation for stroke prevention - new trends and clinical evidence

Prof. Dr. med. Marcus Dörr

Professor for Cardiovascular Prevention and Epidemiology, University Medicine Greifswald


Lunch buffet and networking


Breakout Session - Workshop # 1

Integrate, orchestrate and enable: Ascom’s healthcare platform bridges information gaps to optimize mission critical workflows

Francis Schmeer

Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Ascom Group

Workshop #2



Workshop #3




Breakout Session - Workshop # 2

Reducing Europe's stroke incidence with highly cost-effective population screening programs for Atrial Fibrillation (AF) - Europe's Horizon2020 winning REDSTROKE project

AF screening and monitoring with smartphones or wearables. Insights into game changing technologies.

Dr. Thomas Huebner

CEO, Preventicus GmbH

How much does smart AF detection and treatment cost in relation to benefits of thereby avoidable strokes - cost-effectiveness analysis in Germany

Dr. Ralf Birkemeyer

Head of Interventional Cardiology, Heart Clinic Ulm

Workshop #2

Workshop #3


Health relevant data - a key for more value in healthcare. Lithuanian experience.

Justina Januševičienė

Head of Health Care Innovation Development Center,
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences


Coffee break and networking


Potential and challenges of digitalization - from the management perspective of a hospital group

Jörg Reschke

Chief Financial Officer, Helios Kliniken






Hospitals of the future and healthcare transformation in Denmark

Nadja Kronenberger

Senior Consultant, Healthcare DENMARK


Global trends in healthcare investment and financing

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Matthew R. Watson

Managing Director and Founding Partner, Neoqua Capital


Closing Remarks


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