At this event we gather health professionals in all of the Danish health sector to discuss trust in Health Tech. Health Tech(nologies) have the potential to solve a number of problems and dilemmas that health professionals face every day. But we need to trust technology in order to use it. Therefore we ask through the theme of the day: How do we trust in Health Tech?
How do we build trust into new ways of communication with patients through apps and screens? How do we get health professionals to trust breakthroughs like artificial intelligence in radiology? At this Health Tech Summit you will collect valuable insights of the upcoming trustable future – and it’s up to you if you want in on it.
At the Trust & Tech Stage in the IWDK Virtual Experience the Health Tech Consortium will host an intriguing day about trust in health tech with specialized keynote speakers, digital frontrunners and health professionals. Among other things you can expect to find new knowledge on patient interaction design, health data discoveries from Covid-19, artificial intelligence, global trends and new takes on a digital and collaborative Danish health system.
09-09.15 Welcome: To Trust in Health Tech? (Tenna Korsbek Andreasen / MTIC)
09.15-09.45 Keynote: Covid-19 & Health Data (Michael Bang Petersen)
09.45-10.15 Keynote: TBA (VIA University College)
How can Danish solutions compete in the global marketplace and what are the implications of the rising tech battle between the US and China? The two speakers will address trust in health tech from two very different angles and introduce new cases from Silicone Valley and the booming Chinese health tech scene.
11.30-12.00 Break & Launch
12.00-12.30 Exposition: Health technologies – (Mikkel Svindt, DokkX)
Live from the DokkX Exhibition. DokkX has invited 3 innovative companies with unique health tech solutions to answer how they work with data and ethical dilemmas. These are Sani Nudge, Precure and Egoo Health.
12.30-13.00 Session: Health after the pandemic (Carsten Obel / Rasmus Rask / ValTech)
13.00-13.30 Panel discussion (MTIC)