PiPPi Webinar: Sharing the Digital Challenge

Thursday 18 March, 2021, 11am – 12pm CET: The vision of the PiPPi project is that: “All stakeholders of healthcare are collaborating in a Community of Practice to identify, and prepare addressing, unmet needs in digital healthcare services.” Are you a stakeholder in healthcare with an interest in innovation procurement? Then join us for the 3rd  PiPPi webinar

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Continuous monitoring and engagement of patients along the specialized or highly specialized care path – within as well as outside of the hospital.
How can this challenge be addressed by the multi-stakeholder approach of PiPPi?

Program
Introduction of the identified unmet need and digital challenge: “Continuous monitoring and engagement of patients along the specialized or highly specialized care path – within as well as outside of the hospital”, by Jan Hazelzet, PiPPi-project member
Presentations by medical professionals who have been involved in identifying the challenge:

  • Frieder Braunschweig, Director of the Cardiology Department, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Ricard Ferrer, Head of the Intensive Care Department, Vall d’Hebron Hospital, Barcelona, Spain

Panel discussion with the speakers and panel members:

  • Christina Åkerman, Chair of EIT Health High Value Care Forum
  • Axel Verstrael, Member of the European Society of Cardiology Patient Forum

Q & A’s with all participants

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This webinar is the third in a series organized by the Platform for Innovation of Procurement and Procurement of Innovation (PiPPi). Stay informed about PiPPi or join the Community of Practice here.

PiPPi aims to capture unmet needs of hospitals and to identify opportunities for innovation in digital health and care services. In order to do so PiPPi, is building a Community of Practice that involves all critical stakeholders: patients, medical professionals, researchers, policymakers, innovators, entrepreneurs and industrial representatives.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 826157.