Symposium ‘Technology meets Value-Based Health care

on the occasion of the inauguration of prof. dr. Lukas Dekker at the Eindhoven University of Technology

Event Details

Date
Friday October 11, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Location
Blauwe Zaal, TU/e campus
Building
Auditorium
Organizer
Eindhoven MedTech Innovation Center
Price
free after registrat

This symposium is organized on the occasion of the inauguration of prof. dr. Lukas Dekker at the Eindhoven University of Technology

Technological innovations and value-based health care are considered the essential fundaments for sustainable, future healthcare. At this symposium physicians, medical technology experts and value-based healthcare experts will share their insights and knowledge in order to bring these worlds together.

This is an Eindhoven Medtech Innovation Center (e/MTIC) symposium, organized in collaboration with the Dutch Cardiovascular Alliance (DCVA).

Program

09:00-09:30

Registration

 

09:30-10:00

dr. Dennis van Veghel

Catharina Hospital, Netherlands Heart Registration

The potential of value-based healthcare: from theory to

implementation

10:00-10:25

3 young investigators

3 pecha kucha's

10:25-10:45

break

 

10:45-11:15

dr. Inge Wijnbergen and dr. Marcel van 't Veer

Catharina Hospital and TU/e

Dialogue on coronary artery disease: from bedside to bench

and back

11:15-11:40

3 young investigators

3 pecha kucha's

11:40-12:10

prof. dr. Frans van de Vosse and drs. Jo Zelis

TU/e and Catharina Hospital

Dialogue on aortic valve stenosis: from bedside to bench and

back

12:10-13:10

lunch and exhibition

 

13:10-13:40

prof. dr. Wiek van Gilst

Dutch Cardiovascular Alliance

DCVA: earlier detection, better solutions

13:40-14:05

dr. ir. Kees van der Klauw

Eindhoven MedTech Innovation Center

e/MTIC and the hidden assumptions in healthcare innovation

14:05-14:30

dr. Paul Cremers

Netherlands Heart Network

NHR: implementation of value-based healthcare in the full

cycle of care

14:30-15:00

dr. ir. Christine Muzel & dr. ir. Franklin Schuling

Philips

VBHC in med-tech industry

This symposium has been accredited with 5 points by both NVVC and NVT. 

Organizer

Artificial Intelligence

AI for the real world

Artificial Intelligence plays a key role in the research of TU/e. Using our traditional strengths in systems engineering and our close ties with industry, we aim to develop a next generation machine-data driven intelligence, which is closely connected to the open world through data and algorithms, human-technology interaction and engineering systems.