Innovating for Sláintecare: Care Closer to Home

Innovating for Sláintecare: Care Closer to Home

 eHealth Ireland Ecosystem

a member of the ECHAlliance International Connected Health Ecosystem Network

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June 22nd 2018

We are delighted to announce the full agenda from teh day and the slides presented. Please click on the speaker names below to view their presentation.

Innovating for Sláintecare: Care Closer to Home

Agenda & Presentations

09.15 Registration, Networking Coffee, Exhibitions

10.00 Welcome & Introductions  

          Martin Curley, Chief Information Officer, HSE   

          Prof Philip Nolan, President, Maynooth University

          Martin Delaney, General Manager, Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University

10.10 Keynote: Innovating for Sláintecare: Care Closer to Home

          Martin Curley, Chief Information Officer, HSE 

10.40 Panel: Approaching Care Closer to Home

          Martin Delaney, General Manager, Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University

          Mary B. Fitzsimons, Epilepsy Lighthouse Programme Manager, RCSI 

          Anne Lawlor, 22q11 

11.00 Supporting Industry and Economic Development to Propel Innovation

          Kevin Ryan, Senior Development Adviser, Enterprise Ireland

11.15 Networking Coffee and Exhibitions

11.45  SMEs Innovating for Health

          Seamus Small, CEO, Kinesis

          Noel Dillon, Sales Director, Swiftqueue

          Simon Kiersey, COO, Bluedrop Medical

12.00 Supporting young adults in self-management for Type 1 diabetes using a telehealth app

         Prof Sean Dineen, Professor of Diabetic Medicine, National University of Ireland,      Galway

         Dr Bláthín Casey, School of Psychology, NUI Galway‌

12.15 European Ecosystem Network Update

         Damian O Connor.pdf (size 1.7 MB)Damian O’Connor, Director Ecosystem Development, European Connected Health Alliance

12.30 Networking Lunch & Exhibitions

12.30 Interactive workshop: Horizon 2020  [working lunch workshop]  Room 5 on 1st Floor

         Kay Duggan-Walls, EU Programmes Officer, Health Research Board

         Carole Glynn, CCIO – Research & Innovation Lead, HSE

13.30 Innovating for Sláintecare: Care Closer to Home - The SFI Programme Toolbox

         Stephen O’ Driscoll, Scientific Programme Manager, Science Foundation Ireland

13.45 LAUNCH of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Programme

         Marguerite Bourke, Manager, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Ireland

         Avril Copeland, Managing Director, Tickerfit

14.05 Closing remarks, Q&A with CIO HSE

         Martin Curley, Chief Information Officer, HSE  

Stay Left, Shift Left is based on digital, data and technology innovations which reduce the cost of care, improve quality of life and improve quality of care. It is based on the concept of shifting care left from acute care to community settings to home settings.

This event focused on developing systematic innovation opportunities leveraging the entire eHealth Ecosystem as a whole.

HSE Chief Information Officer Martin Curley presented eHealth Ireland’s Innovation Strategy - Stay Left, Shift Lift – for Ireland . We will also hear from Innovative leaders across industry, healthcare and government.

Venue 

John Hume Building, North Campus, Maynooth University

Thanks to our hosts:

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If you have any ideas, initiatives or views that we should consider highlighting at our next event, or if you would like to participate in the pop-up exhibition, please contact us at ecosystem@ehealthireland.ie.

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