Day 2 :
Örebro University School of Business, Sweden
Time : 10:05-10:40
Gunnar O Klein has spent 40 years on IT for health and medical research. He was for many years working for Karolinska Institute, the Medical University of Stockholm, Sweden both as a cancer researcher and for the development of health informatics research and education. He is now Professor of eHealth at the Centre for Empirical Research on Information Systems at the Örebro University School of Business. He has made many contributions to the development of security techniques for health and semantic interoperability. He was leading European Standardization of Health Informatics in CEN/TC 251 1997-2006 and was a Co-founder of the global standardization in ISO/TC 215. He is now involved in research on patient empowerment in interaction with healthcare using apps and other techniques and new innovative functions for managing elderly patients with multimorbidity. He is a member of the regional eHealth steering group and one day a week he works as a primary care physician.
This keynote lecture will present an overview of research and the personal experience of the author as a Primary Care Physician in Sweden, meeting the patient of the 21st century who uses the internet. The lecture will address topics like the new patient-physician role play when the world of knowledge is available a click away for both parties, the effects of patients having access to their health records online, new ways of interaction between patients/citizens and the health care providers with a special focus on patient reporting of outcome measures, the role of remote monitoring using medical devices in the home or on the go, the support of patients with chronic diseases like AIDS in lesser resourced countries using mHealth techniques with a special view at Mozambique and different technical and organizational approaches to communicate between patients and physicians.
Jönköping University, Sweden
Time : 10:40-11:15
Vivian Vimarlund is Professor in e-health and in Informatics. She has a wide experience on management and leadership. Academic leadership is practiced as academic leader of the informatics research group, Director of the Research Center (CENIT/IS) at Jönköping International School (JIBS), as a Member of the American Medical Informatics (AMIA) Mentorship programme, and as the scientific leader of a series of research projects with focus on implementation, business models and social innovations. She is also the co-director of the master programme Software Engineering and Management at LiU, the coordinator of the national eHealth network and scientific secretary at SFMI. She has since 1989 conducted research within the area of Health Informatics with special focus on issues such as: a) Methods and models to evaluate the impact of the implementation and use of IT-based innovations in healthcare. b) Business models for Public Information Systems and Electronic Markets c) E-health services implementation.
Many countries in Europe develop strategies to foster the use of eHealth services and social innovations (European Commission, 2012). However, despite the fact that business models are perceived as an important part of the strategy used to achieve a sustainable implementation and use of social innovations as for instance eHealth services, there are no generic models that allow capturing the effects of a multi-side market. Further, business models are usually connected to an organization ability to focus on value- creation and to the ability to develop cost- effectiveness at the organizational level. In a multi-side market as e-health there are several challenges that have to be over-win to develop sustainable business models that increase market and penetration but that at the same time supported social innovations. In this presentation, issues such as: Challenges when developing business models for social innovation, pre-requisites a multi-side market demands and constrains the market for social innovations and e-health services has today will be discussed