Future Hospital

FUTURE HOSPITAL 2018 brings together over 400 high level healthcare decision makers from Sweden and Finland to improve healthcare and network with the most important colleagues from the industry. The conference will be held for the 12th time in Helsinki.

Join us and together lift the healthcare to its next level!

PRICES Early bird until 9.2. Normal price 
Public sector 695 € 745 €
Private sector 1095 € 1195 €

Lunch, coffee and electronic materials are included in the price. All prices are excluding VAT.

Sign up for the event at: kundtjanst@professio.se

 

DAY 1 | WEDNESDAY 14 MARCH 2018

Host: Lauri Salovaara

9.00

WELCOMING WORDS OF HOST LAURI SALOVAARA

9.20

KEYNOTE THE ROLE OF A MODERN HOSPITAL IN A NETWORK-BASED WORLD

Eva M. Weinreich-Jensen, President, HOPE – European Hospital and Healthcare federation

9.50

KEYNOTE A TRUE FUTURE-ORIENTED HOSPITAL 

The Hospital Østfold Kalnes is more modern and future-oriented than any other hospital architecture project in Norway. They are using technology to serve users in new and more efficient ways. Østfold Hospital has also been awarded the prize for the best open BIM project. (Building Information Modelling)

Just Ebbesen, CEO, The Hospital Østfold Kalnes, Norway 

10.20

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION FUTURE HOSPITAL 2030

10.45

COFFEE & NETWORKING

11.15

HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE: AGILITY, SERENDIPITY AND TRUST

Noppen believes in leadership in which everybody is treated equally regardless of one’s title. He also puts great emphasis on patient involvement. Every two weeks he eats dinner with the hospital’s patients and discusses how the hospital can improve its services.

Marc Noppen, CEO, University Hospital Brussels

12.00

LUNCH

13.00

TIME TO REPLACE THE STRUCTURE BY MEDICAL SPECIALIZATION TO STRUCTURE BY PATIENT NEED

The century old concept of structuring by medical specialization needs to be replaced in order to really focus on the patient needs. What does this mean to the organization, staff and IT? How is Erasmus MC preparing itself to move in to the new hospital building and bringing a totally new structure into use?

Ernst Kuipers, Chairman of the Executive Board, Erasmus University Medical Center

13.45

REVOLUTION OF HEALTH: A NOVEL APPROACH TO DATA MANAGEMENT

As medical doctor with strong knowledge in IT, Madis Tiik provided professional expertise to ensure the new Estonian Electronic Health Record services being developed to serve the best interests of medical staff and patients. Madis Tiik is also known for developing telemedicine and personalized healthcare through my data accounts.

Madis Tiik is an Estonian family doctor, with a passion for IT-solutions in healthcare. He is also the former Adviser to the President’s Office in Estonia and is now working as Senior Advisor for Sitra.

14.25

END OF INTERNATIONAL STREAM

16.30-18.00

COCKTAILS & NETWORKING

 

DAY 2 | THURSDAY 15 MARCH 2018

Host: Lauri Salovaara

12.00

SEMINAR WELCOMING LUNCH

13.40

CASE HOSPITAL ASSISTED NEONATAL TELE-HOMECARE

Kristina Garne Holm, Ph.D, MSc. RN, Odense University Hospital 

14.10

COFFEE

14.40

THE DANISH NEW HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM – 16 NEW HOSPITALS BY 2025

  • Case examples from Danish hospital constructions – what can we learn?

Hans Erik Henriksen, CEO, Healthcare DENMARK

15.15

KEYNOTE NEW MODELS FOR PATIENT CARE: WISH FOR WHAT YOU CARE FOR
Similarities and differences between the UK and other European countries

Marcel Levi has had a distinguished career as a clinician, academic and clinical leader in the Netherlands – and now he wants to deliver top-quality patient care, excellent education and world-class research at the University College London Hospitals.

Marcel Levi, CEO, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

15.55

KEYNOTE HEALTH TECHNOLOGY INCREASED GROWTH, COST EFFICIENCY AND BETTER SERVICE – EUROPEAN BENCHMARKS

Sirpa Pietikäinen, MEP (Member of The European Parlament)

16.20

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