The Conference 2019
Hamburg, Germany · November 12, 2019
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Please note that the conference program may be subject to changes, and will be updated continuously up to the conference.
Monday, November 11, 2019
18.00 - 21.00
Reception for all conference delegates at the Hotel The Fontenay
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Conference at the Hotel The Fontenay Fontenay 10 20354 Hamburg, Germany
Registration and welcome coffee
Conference Opening / Welcome Address
President, Global Clinical + Care Coordination Forum (GCCCF)
Ljubisav Matejevic is the founder and president of the Global Clinical + Care Coordination Forum. Since 1991, he has been active in the healthcare, life science, and public health industry in various executive roles for globally operating enterprises. Due to his multicultural background, MBA at the University of Warwick, studies of human medicine, his degree in engineering, and his long-term professional experience, he is a recognized Trusted Advisor of many stakeholders and decision makers worldwide. Ljubisav Matejevic has regularly been invited to chair workshops, roundtables, and sessions with public authorities, academia, and industry healthcare leaders. He has initiated and conducted the Global E-Health Forum and the Baltic Conference on E-Health. Also, he published a variety of research papers and articles ( e.g. co-author of “Integrating Health and Social Care – a global perspective of experience, best practice and the way forward” and “Social determinants and their impact on healthcare”).
Vice Consul, Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Hamburg
Vice consul at the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Hamburg
Head of Economic and Trade Mission, Embassy of Israel in Berlin
Doron is an experienced civil servant with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration, skilled in government, entrepreneurship, strategic planning and foreign trade. Doron took over the position of the Head of Economic and Trade Mission at the Embassy of the State of Israel in Berlin in August 2016. He is responsible for promoting trade and economic relations between the two countries and for fostering and building connections between the Israeli industry and the business community in Germany. Before being sent to Berlin, he held the position of the Director of the Environment and Sustainable Development Department in the Ministry of Economy and Industry in Israel. The department coordinated the entire issue of the environment and energy at the Ministry and was established in 2010, with the aim of introducing environmental values into the Israeli industry and increasing the production and export capacity of products and services in the field of environmental technologies. Prior to that, Doron was the Commercial Attaché and Consul for Economic Affairs in the Israeli diplomatic missions in Athens, Istanbul and Los Angeles respectively. Doron is an Industrial and Management Engineer – graduate of Shankar College of Textiles and holds a Master in Public Policy from the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The digital revolution of medicine
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg F. Debatin
Chairman of the Health Innovation Hub (hih), Federal Ministry of Health
Leveraging the power of digital clinical information to meet the demands of patient-centered care
CEO, Ascom Group
Coffee break and networking
Smart Hospital - an optimal solution for the management and cost optimization in the micro scale with the possibility of the significant influence on the whole healthcare system
Prof. Maciej Banach
President, Polish Mother's Memorial Hospital - Research Institute
The road to becoming an intelligent healthcare provider - next-generation IT technology
Dr. Clemens Suter-Crazzolara
VP Product Management Healthcare, SAP
From clinical decision to predictive analytics in the ICU
Prof. Jean-Daniel Chiche
Réanimation Médicale of Hôpital Cochin, Université Paris Descartes
Lunch buffet and networking
Breakout Session A - Workshop # 1
On the way to comprehensive managed care programs for stroke prevention
Dr. Thomas Huebner
CEO, Preventicus GmbH
Chief Legal Officer, GWQ ServicePlus AG
Mechthild Lambers is the Chief Legal Officer of GWQ ServicePlus AG. For more than 15 years she has been working in the health care field first as an inhouse lawyer being in charge of various legal aspects running hospitals and currently for GWQ ServicePlus AG a company that provides German statutory health insurances with services under the Social Security Code.
Milica V. Vukićević, MD
Cardiac Surgery Clinic, Clinical Center of Serbia
Milica V. Vukićević is a medical doctor, working at Cardiac Surgery Clinic, Clinical Center of Serbia, with a particular research interest in technological inovations in the field of cardiology, which are implementable in the everyday clinical practice and health service.
With years of experience with patients with arterial hypertension, atrial fibrillation and heart failure, she also focused on the importance of new technological achievements and possible solutions in prevention of complications in patients undergoing cardiac surgeries, as in general population.
Milica is an active member of European Society of Cardiology, a certified member of European Society of Hypertension and Vice President of Belgrade regional Medical Chamber at the Committee for Education. She has an academical degree as a specialist doctor of medicine in the field of surgical anatomy and has investigated all previously mentioned risk factors and MACCE in patients undergoing cardiac bypass surgery and also the appearance of postoperative atrial fibrillation as one of the most common events in this population, with all its possible complications. Believing in the prevention of complications in these patients, as in general population due to the process of vascular ageing, she actively continues with further scientific research and involvement in this field through her PhD work in cardiology.
Breakout Session A - Workshop # 2
Modern communication solutions as part of digitalization - a customer case, Klinikum Schloß Winnenden
IT Communication, Klinikum Schloß Winnenden
Klinikum Schloß Winnenden, and the sister sites in Weinsberg and Wiesloch are advanced specialist centres which engages in open communication and focuses on psychiatric-psychotherapeutic, psychosomatic, geriatric psychiatric and addiction therapy treatment.
Head of Business Development International, innovaphone AG
Since summer 2016 Johannes is in charge of international business development at the Swabian innovaphone AG and is currently presenting the new way of working concept around the solution "innovaphone myApps" in Europe and worldwide.
Breakout Session A - Workshop # 3
Proprietary islands – the future yesterday: new communication standard enables secure interoperability between medical device
VP Marketing Region DACH, Dräger Medical Deutschland GmbH
For more than two decades Thomas Teckentrup worked in different international management roles and positions in Marketing, Business Development and Business Management. He has been actively engaged in innovating systems and value-added services via integration of leading-edge hardware, software and digital services and has been passionate about driving digital transformation for Toshiba Europe, Philips Europe and as co-founder in several tech startup companies.
Since 2015 Thomas is VP Marketing for the Region DACH at Dräger, a leading company in the fields of medical and safety technologies - advanced technical devices and solutions trusted by users all over the world. Thomas holds a Master Diploma in Mechanical and Medical Engineering of the RWTH Aachen University.
Breakout Session B - Workshop # 1
Building a care ecosystem (focusing on mobile care management) with best of breed products
Co-Founder & Director, Person Centred Software
Jonathan has been involved in IT since the late 1970’s and was formally trained as a computer programmer, but soon became a business analyst and after a few years working as a contractor across Europe, he moved on to become a founder member of an IT services company specialising in accounting systems before focusing on the care sector. He has founded a number of start-up businesses, some becoming listed companies, and the most recent being sold to an AIM listed organisation. He is currently a founding Director of Person Centred Software which has grown into the largest provider of digital evidence of care systems in the UK care sector.
Breakout Session B - Workshop # 2
Remote patient monitoring: how to leverage global tech in a highly fragmented and regulated healthcare industry?
Chief Commercial Officer, Medisanté
Coffee break and networking
Care coordination models in the United States: Achievements, challenges, and opportunities
Dr. Alla Adams
MHA Program Director, Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration, Park University
Dr. Adams is Director of Master of Healthcare Administration Program and Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration at Park University, Parkville, USA. She has strategic and operations management experience gained from working at academic medical centers such as the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA, and the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany.
Her experience has been focused on regulatory compliance, financial analysis, operational flow, cancer care clinical practice guidelines, strategic global growth, and international medical services contracts. Her research interests include cost separation methodologies in healthcare organizations, soft skills development teaching pedagogy in graduate programs in business, and healthcare services delivery models. Certified Healthcare Financial Professional. Winner of 2018 ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs) International Best of Regions Excellence Award.
GCC healthcare digital transformation
CEO, Beverly Hills Medical Center
Lina Shadid began her consulting career in 1994. Since then she has held a series of positions, most recently as VP for IBM Global Healthcare and life science Center of Competence serving a number of IBM global healthcare clients. Her responsibilities include setting business and strategic direction, market prioritization and operations for the global healthcare CoC. Throughout her professional career, Lina has focused on transformation strategy, innovation and growth. Before assuming her current position, Lina held several executive positions within the IBM healthcare & life science business including the leader, for IBM in Middle East and Africa where she established the Healthcare Business for IBM in the region.
Over the last few years, Lina has worked with a number of Healthcare providers, payors and regulators in the Middle East and globally. Her client list includes, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia, Norwegian Department of Health, CC London, American Hospital Dubai and several others across the region and Globally.
As an IBM Industry Academy Member, Lina current focus is on digital health transformation, patient engagement and AI enabled Health and care coordination.
Lina holds a Bachelor degree, in electronic engineering and has special interest in promoting innovation culture and women empowerment in the region.
Healthcare Industry 4.0: a nursing perspective
Abdulqadir J. Nashwan
Director of Nursing for Education and Practice Development, Hazm Mebaireek General Hospital