mHealth Insights from the eHealth Summit



eHealth Summit Ireland 2015

Held on the 30th September at Carton House in Kildare and organised by iQuest and the Sunday Business Post, the 2nd annual eHealth Summit will focus on how key stakeholders are buying into the Irish National eHealth Strategy and moving away from paper based to technology based solutions.

If you work in health IT or have a close interest in the use of information in healthcare, eHealth 2015 is a must-go event for you. In addition, we also expect to see healthcare leaders, managers and clinicians involved in the design and delivery of services and those involved in the specification, procurement, management and front line use of information systems.

Keynote speakers include

Doug Beaton, Management Lead Knowledge Management, HSE
Jane Bourke, Lecturer in Economics, UCC
Richard Corbridge, CIO at HSE and CEO at eHealth Ireland
Garry Courtney, Lead of the National Acute Medicine Programme, HSE
George Crooks OBE, Medical Director NHS 24 and Director of the Scottish Centre for Tele-health and Telecare
Dr Colin Doherty, Clinical Lead, National Epilepsy Programme and Consultant Neurologist, St. James Hospital
Godfrey Fletcher, Co Chair ICT Sub-Group at Ireland Saudi Arabia Business Council, Director at Vu2Vu Group of Companies, Member of the Steering Board at ARCH – Connected Health Technology Centre, Honorary Chairperson at IPPOSI, Interim CEO at the Cystic Fibrosis Registry of Ireland
Dr Lucy Hederman, Director of the Centre for Health Informatics, TCD
Dairín Hines, Clinical Informatics/ICT Manager, Temple St. Children’s University Hospital
Dr Robert V Kelly, Medical Director, Videodoc
Maritta Korhonen, Head of Development, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland
Reid Oakes, Senior Director, Worldwide Healthcare, Hewlett-Packard
Neil O’Hare, Director of Informatics, St. James Hospital
Tapani Piha, Head of Health Law and International Unit, European Commission
Maria Quinlan, Research Lead, Applied Research for Connected Health
Kieran Ryan, CEO, Irish College of General Practitioners
Ann Twomey, Former Carer, Co-Founder & Management Committee Member K-CoRD – Kinsale Community Response to Dementia
Dr Johnny Walker, Interventional Radiologist & Nuclear Physician, Hermitage Medical Clinic and CEO and Founder, Health Founders

Exhibitors & Sponsors

CCubeSolutions
Cerner
ClanWilliam Group
FlowForma
GPBuddy.ie
Hospital Pharmacy News
HP
MyHomeCare.ie
VideoDoc
Vital Communications
Wincanton Records Management

Register to attend

Click here to book your ticket ( €485.85/€123.00).

mHealth Insights from eHealth Summit 2015

Welcome and opening remarks from the chair:

Dr Lucy Hederman, Director of the Centre for Health Informatics, Trinity College Dublin.

EU Address: The EU eHealth Strategy Connecting member states:

Tapani Piha, Head of Health Law and International Unit, European Commission

Delivering an eHealth Ecosystem for Ireland

Richard Corbridge, CIO at HSE and CEO at eHealth Ireland

…we need to be able to take clinicians with us on a journey, moving away from the fact that Clinicians aren’t from Mars and Techies certainly aren’t from Venus and starting to actually make sure that the two things can actually work more together so that we really can imagine a world that is supported by technology. Where we really do have health delivered by digital solutions that don’t change Clinical Practice, that enhance Clinical practice and that Clinicians want to use. This isn’t a mandate to change Clinical practice this is a mandate to deliver solutions to clinical practice to help the delivery of it. So that’s it from me and as we said any questions later

when engineers become marketers

Case Study: How Finland became a Leader in eHealth Adoption

Maritta Korhonen, Head of Development, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland

How a mathematical patient flow modelling study can eliminate trolley waits in the Emergency Department

Garry Courtney, Lead of the National Acute Medicine Programme, HSE

ICT Use in Irish General Practices: An Intra-Practice Adoption Study

Jane Bourke, Lecturer in Economics, UCC

Case Study: The applied research for connected health (ARCH) centre at UCD

Maria Quinlan, Research Lead, Applied Research for Connected Health

Delivering Services that are Fit for the Future: From Strategy to Delivery

George Crooks OBE, Medical Director NHS 24 and Director of the Scottish Centre for Tele-health and Telecare

Sponsor Case Study: VideoDoc – a new matchmaking vision for Doctor and Patient Relationship

Dr Robert V Kelly, Medical Director, Videodoc

The Impact of Wet Paint on Health Informatics

Neil O’Hare, Director of Informatics, St. James Hospital

TSCUH Journey: Towards a more electronic Patients Record

Dairín Hines, Clinical Informatics/ICT Manager, Temple St. Children’s University Hospital

Locknote Panel Discussion: Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is….

Panel featured (L-R): Dr Lucy Hederman, Director of the Centre for Health Informatics, TCD (Chair), Doug Beaton, Management Lead Knowledge Management, HSE, Ann Twomey, Former Carer, Co-Founder & Management Committee Member K-CoRD – Kinsale Community Response to Dementia, Reid Oakes, Senior Director, Worldwide Healthcare, Hewlett-Packard, and Dr Johnny Walker, Interventional Radiologist & Nuclear Physician, Hermitage Medical Clinic and CEO and Founder, Health Founders.


Refresh this page on the 30th September for live updates. You can also follow the event hashtag on Twitter #ehealthsummit15

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2 Responses to mHealth Insights from the eHealth Summit

  1. charles Lowe says:

    Sadly it arrived two days after the event!

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