The first Good Morning Ambassador Meeting in 2013 will focus on eHealth solutions and status of telemedicine in two highly interesting countries, Japan and South Korea.
The interest in and importance of eHealth solutions is ever increasing as the health care systems in developed countries face issues like cost control, required increase of efficiency, focus on prevention and diseases requiring expensive precision medicines.
In this seminar our MVA Ambassador Thomas Jonsson, will introduce trends in Japan and South Korea and provide detailed information on cases where eHealth solutions have been implemented successfully.
Take the chance to get tapped into best practices and business opportunities in these eHealth intensive markets, and the value MVA Ambassador Program can create by arranging visits to these markets and direct contact with leading stakeholders.
Date & Time: Tuesday 26 February 2013, 8:00-10:30
Venue: Meeting Room Stavanger – Arne Jacobsens Allé 15-17, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
In this seminar we will look at how a major Japanese Cancer Center use IT to make it more efficient and easy for patients on their visits to the hospital. This center have more than 1000 visiting patients daily and each patient take various lab tests and often also imaging diagnostics. The IT solution have greatly improved the flow and reduced waiting times. We will also look at this hospitals patient information system and how they share information as well as the use of CADx in Japan. A new mobile solution greatly improving stroke treatment will be discussed, as well a Korean remote home doctor system.
Good Morning Ambassador Meetings are open for members and non-members of Medicon Valley Alliance.
MVA members: Free of charge (late cancellation/no-show fee DKK 500 ex VAT)
Non members: Free of charge (late cancellation/no-show fee DKK 500 ex VAT)
Please register by filling in the form below, latest Friday 22 February: