Postponed: DayOne Experts: How will patient reported outcome measurements drive healthcare innovation? (EN)

Date

08.07.21

Time

16:00 - 18:00

Location

Online
Thomas Brenzikofer

Organizer

Thomas Brenzikofer
Email
thomas.brenzikofer@baselarea.swiss

Event postponed. New details will follow.

Registration temporarily closed.

Thanks to the adoption of digital technologies, citizens and patients are increasingly able to take a more proactive role in managing and measuring their health. This creates new opportunities for healthcare innovators: the new array of health data measured and/or reported by patients improves our understanding of the health and disease continuum. Will this really allow for the development of new kinds of interventions such as digital therapeutics and prevention bonds?

In this DayOne Expert Event, you will learn from thought leaders how patient reported outcome measurements can be captured and applied in clinical trials, self-care apps or the financing of value based prevention. The speeches will be followed by deep-dive sessions in virtual break-out rooms allowing participants to address their questions to the speakers. At the end we will share the insights in a closing panel.

Program

16:00

Welcome
Lucas Scherdel, Director DayOne Healthcare Innovation, Basel Area Business & Innovation

16:10

Introduction
Thomas Brenzikofer, host and moderator, DayOne Healthcare Innovation, Basel Area Business & Innovation

16:20

Speeches and Presentations:

Pros in clinical trials – a case study
Arvind Sri Krishna Mani, ZIFO, Chennai (India)

Social media listening – a study
Stefanie Scholz, Professor at Wilhelm Löhe Hochschule, Fürth (Germany)

How are you today? – Scoring wellbeing per app
Rob Stephenson, CEO FormScore and founder InsideOut Leader Board, London (UK)

Value based prevention – a concept
Sascha Mundstein, initiator of www.healthimpacttransfer.org, Vienna (Austria)

17:00

Deep dive with speakers in virtual break-out rooms

17:30

Lessons learned, closing panel

17:55

Wrap-up and virtual networking

Participation is free, however registration is required before July 7, 2021.