- Hacking Health: Artificial Pancreas Meet-up in Barcelona
After 2018's first successfull Artificial Pancreas meetup in Berlin, we cordially invite you to the second get-together in beautiful Barcelona! This half-day session is for everybody - Type 1s, Type 2s, Type Fs, doctors and other health care professionals, researchers, tech experts, and other curious minds - who intend to learn about the "Artificial Pancreas" or"Closed Loop Insulin Delivery System". Various speakers will share their perspective of the #WeAreNotWaiting movement and their experiences with the "Do it Yourself-Artificial Pancreas" (DIYAPS) as patient innovators, people with diabetes, caregivers, researchers, and clinicians. This <+> Hacking Health event is powered and co-organized by the OPEN project consortium (www.open-diabetes.eu), the Endocrinology Department of Parc Tauli Hospital Universitari Sabadell and the Nightscout Foundation. Full agenda and Tickets: https://bit.ly/2LT0V5O Nos alegramos de su visita!
- Prevention and Digital Health: From wearables to evidence-based medicine
(Siehe unten für Deutsch.) Please note that presentations will be held in GERMAN. This event is FREE, but places are limited, so register at Eventbrite to guarantee your place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pravention-und-digital-health-meetup-hacking-health-berlin-tickets-69570815181 ----------- There are tons of healthcare apps out there promising to improve your life and health. But are they any good? Is it a good idea to let them collect your data? And can they really help you stay—or finally become—healthier than before? According to a new German draft law, the answer is “YES.” The Digitale-Versorgung-Gesetz (DVG), championed by German Health Minister Jens Spahn, would allow doctors to prescribe the use of technology like health tracking apps. Supporters say it represents a significant step towards bringing healthcare in sync with an increasingly digital world. The DVG is likely to be passed into law later this year. But how would it look in practice? And what does it mean for patient privacy—and patient outcomes? Join Hacking Health Berlin for a discussion of digital health technologies, the DVG, and their implications for the wider healthcare system. You'll have the chance to hear and chat with the following speakers: Berlin Partner: Introduction of the Cluster for Healthcare Industry Berlin-Brandenburg—HealthCapital Lara Maier, Doctor for Prevention and Lifestyle Medicine, Hacking Health Berlin: "The Future of Digital Precision Medicine and Uses in Preventive Care" Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas P. Zahn, director of the fib Research Insitute at bbw University and Director of GeWINO at AOK Nordost: "The DVG: Using Long-Term Billing Data—An Overview of the German Research Data Center HLaN" Dr. Henrik Matthies, Managing Director, Health Innovation Hub des Bundesministeriums für Gesundheit: "Intro into 2020—oder Introduction to Digital Health Care in Germany" Paul Burggraf, Co-Founder and COO, mHealth Pioneers/Thrive: "Data Availability and Data Sensoring Technology" Jesaja Brinkmann, Co-Founder und Managing Director, Cara Care Isam Haddad, Co-Founder und CEO, Baze Markus Dahlem, Co-Founder und Managing Director, M-Sense This event is supported by the Cluster for Healthcare Industry Berlin-Brandenburg—HealthCapital. ------ DEUTSCH: (Alle Vorträge werden auf DEUTSCH gehalten.) Dieses Event ist kostenlos, aber Plätze sind begrenzt. Bitte meldet euch daher verbindlich bei Eventbrite an um euch einen Platz zu sichern: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pravention-und-digital-health-meetup-hacking-health-berlin-tickets-69570815181 Es existieren inzwischen tausende von Healthcare-Apps mit dem Versprechen, dein Leben oder zumindest deine Gesundheit zu verbessern. Aber was können sie wirklich? Warum solltest du deine eigenen Daten aufzeichnen? Und werden sie dir tatsächlich dabei helfen, gesünder als zuvor zu werden und zu bleiben? Laut einem neuen Gesetzentwurf ist die Antwort „Ja“. Das „Digitale-Versorgungs-Gesetz“ (DVG), eingebracht von Jens Spahn, dem deutschen Bundesminister für Gesundheit, ermöglicht z.B. das Verschreiben von solchen Apps auf Rezept. Es stellt einen wichtigen Schritt dar, um das Gesundheitswesen mit der sich rapide entwickelnden digitalen Welt zu synchronisieren. Das DVG wird sehr wahrscheinlich bald im deutschen Bundestag verabschiedet. Doch wie wird das Gesetz in der Praxis aussehen? Und was bedeutet das für die Privatsphäre von Patienten – und deren Therapieerfolg? Sei mit Hacking Health Berlin dabei bei unserer Diskussion zum Thema „Prävention und Digital Health“ und dessen Auswirkungen auf das deutsche Gesundheitssystem. Die Veranstaltung wird durch das Cluster Gesundheitswirtschaft Berlin-Brandenburg–HealthCapital unterstützt.
- Clinical Artificial Intelligence Conference & Datathon
RSVP HERE: datathon-munich.de #### Clinical Artificial Intelligence Conference & Datathon - MIT critical data 15.-17. May 2019 LMU Munich Clinical AI Conference & Datathon aims to foster collaboration between physicians and data scientists to improve patient care. Participants will deepen their understanding and skills of the extraction of clinically relevant knowledge form data during the conference keynote talks and hands-on workshops. They further have the opportunity to work on a challenging case study during the datathon running in parallel to the conference. Mankind has always been fascinated by the idea of creating technology that would match or even supersede human intelligence. While artificial intelligence after its birth in Dartmouth in 1956 had a rather slow start in medicine, new computational technologies and data acquisition, storage and analytic methods have arisen to allow the utilization of knowledge from millions of clinicians encoded in large clinical repositories. However, extracting this knowledge and translating it into clinical practice is a complex task, strewn with pitfalls. To identify and overcome these obstacles, international community efforts are required, combining the strengths of the knowledge of clinicians and data scientists. Therefore it is our mission to bring people together, combine strengths of these individual disciplines to achieve better patient care. Register here: datathon-munich.de What is a Datathon A Datathon in medicine is a format, where interdisciplinary teams work with a database or dataset to answer medically relevant questions. In our Datathon, we will provide a dataset extracted from the MIMIC III Intensive Care database. This format has recently gained great attention in the medical domain. Its interactive nature brings together various groups, such as medical professionals, data scientists, informaticians, epidemiologists, and healthcare industrialists. Hence, it enables highly efficient utilization of the enormous amounts of health data available these days. Different teams will work on the same dataset and results will be compared at the end of the conference. This is a great chance for medical professionals to get involved with and learn about methods and possibilities of statistics and machine learning, and for informatics, statisticians, and epidemiologists to learn about medicine.
- BIH Digital Health Forum January - Quo Vadis AI in Healthcare
! Please RSVP on Eventbrite ! https://www.eventbrite.de/e/bih-digital-health-forum-january-quo-vadis-ai-in-healthcare-tickets-54521569482 BIH Digital Health Forum Dear digital health community at BIH, Charité, MDC and in Berlin! Welcome back to your Forum in 2019 Are you a researcher, clinician, health care professional, designer, developer, engineer, regulatory expert, corporate innovator, entrepreneur, investor or mentor working in digital health, or generally interested in this topic? You are cordially invited to the upcoming BIH Digital Health Forum – an event series to connect everyone working in digital health to stimulate our innovation ecosystem in Berlin and beyond. This format offers: Talks/panel discussions on the latest digital technologies and their application to healthcare Open mics for everyone to present a pain point, idea, project or solution to seek support. The event series is organized by Berlin Health Innovations and partners. This time, we are happy to present: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Kerstin Ritter Junior Professor for Computational Neuroscience, Charité & Michelle Livne, Head of Machine Learning, Prediction 2020 Topic: "Man vs. Machine: Quo Vadis AI in Healthcare?” - Focus Area Imaging/Neurology - Agenda (tentative): 5:30 – 6:00 PM Doors open and networking 6:00 – 6:05 PM Welcome: BHI 6:05 – 6:45 PM Keynote: Prof. Dr. Kerstin Ritter, Junior Professor for Computational Neuroscience, Charité & Michelle Livne, Head of Machine Learning, Prediction 2020 6:45 – 6:50PM QA & Keynote 6:50– 7:20 PM Panel discussion moderated by Dr. David Higgins, formerly Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin Panelists: Prof. Dr. Sylvia Thun, Head, BIH Core Unit EHealth and Interoperability Dr. Daniel Sonntag, German Center for AI, DFKI Philips Accelerator (invited) Dr. Vince Madai, aiformedicine Janis Reinelt/Daniel Lichterfeld (AICURA medical GmbH) 7:20 – 7:30 PM Open mic: Participant speed talks – challenges, ideas, projects, solutions and any requests/asks (format: “I am… I am interested in/working on… I am looking for…”) 7:30 – 8:45 PM Networking with drinks and finger food. Everyone is invited to participate actively in the forum with questions and comments! When? Wednesday, 30 January 2019, 6 PM, doors 5:30 pm Where? Charité Campus Mitte, Hörsaalruine, Virchowweg 16, 10117 Berlin We look forward to seeing you! *Learn more about some of our panelists: Prof. Dr. med Sylvia Thun* (Head, BIH Core Unit EHealth, and Interoperability): In the core unit develops strategies and concepts for the fast, secure and reliable usage of medical data across different systems. In cooperation with hospitals, research institutions, industry and politics, we develop interoperability solutions using international IT standards and nomenclatures (such as HL7 FHIR and IDMP). Our vision is an interconnected digital health infrastructure that enables new technologies to predict disease more accurately, develop better, personalized treatments, promote active patient participation and ensure high data security. Dr. Daniel Sonntag: (German Center for AI, DFKI): His research interests include intelligent user interfaces, natural language processing, information retrieval, and mining, dialogue systems, common-sense modeling, and semantic (explainable)machine learning methods for cognitive computing and improved usability. This includes multimodal multisensor interfaces for medical and health systems in particular, common-sense and (interactive) machine learning methods for human-computer interfaces, knowledge discovery, information extraction, and cognitive modeling with ontologies. *The recruitment of Professor Sylvia Thun is supported by the Stiftung Charité through a BIH visiting professorship
- BIH Digital Health Forum November // Please Sign Up Via Eventbrite!
!! To participate please get a free ticket via Eventbrite !! https://www.eventbrite.de/e/bih-digital-health-forum-november-tickets-52347622147 BIH Digital Health Forum Dear digital health community at BIH, Charité, MDC and in Berlin! Are you a researcher, clinician, health care professional, designer, developer, engineer, regulatory expert, corporate innovator, entrepreneur, investor or mentor working in digital health, or generally interested in this topic? You are cordially invited to the upcoming BIH Digital Health Forum – an event series to connect everyone working in digital health to stimulate our innovation ecosystem in Berlin and beyond. This format offers: Talks/panel discussions on the latest digital technologies and their application to healthcare Open mics for everyone to present a pain point, idea, project or solution to seek support. The event series is organized by Berlin Health Innovations and Hacking Health. This time, we are happy to present: Bartosz Kosmecki, CEO & Founder Scopis GmbH Topic: Scopis – Insights from a decade of building a successful company out of Charité Agenda (tentative): 5:30 – 6:00 PM Doors open and networking 6:00 – 6:10 PM Welcome: BHI, Hacking Health 6:10 – 6:45 PM Keynote: Bartosz Kosmecki*, CEO & Founder Scopis GmbH 6:45– 7:00 PM Grill the Entrepreneur - moderated Q&A 7:00 – 7:20 PM Open mic: Participant speed talks – challenges, ideas, projects, solutions and any requests/asks (format: “I am… I am interested in/working on… I am looking for…”) 7:20 – 8:30 PM Networking with drinks and finger food. Everyone is invited to participate actively in the forum with questions and comments! When? Wednesday, 21 November 2018, 6 PM Where? Charité Campus Mitte, Hörsaalruine, Virchowweg 16, 10117 Berlin We look forward to seeing you! *Learn more about the keynote speaker: Bartosz Kosmecki is the Founder and CEO of Scopis, one of the top vendors and innovators for surgical navigation systems which now belongs to the Stryker family. Scopis is a spinoff of Berlin Centre for Mechatronic Medical Technology (BZMM), a cooperation of the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology and Charité University Hospital Berlin. Bartosz's success in creating innovative and disruptive products in collaboration with key opinion leaders is accompanied by his extensive experience in business development. He is driven by the challenge to solve medical problems using the newest innovative technology focusing on Augmented Reality. Prior to his entrepreneurial career, he finished his studies in Computer Engineering at Technical University Berlin, specialized in the field of Medical Engineering. During his studies, he focused both on surgical navigation and the application of augmented or mixed reality. Scopis is a leader in medical augmented reality (AR) and Hybrid Navigation®, creating innovative solutions for the healthcare market, including technology for surgical education, and planning and navigation systems for Otorhinolaryngology (ENT), craniomaxillofacial (CMF), spine, and neurosurgery. In over 50 countries worldwide, surgeons have performed more than 10,000 surgeries with the aid of Scopis’ products and have benefitted from the highly-advanced image guidance and visualization capabilities of Scopis’ technology.
- Digital Health Brunch and Grand Finale @ Hacking Female Health Hackathon
We kindly invite you to the Digital Health Brunch and the finale of the Hacking Female Health Hackathon powered by Hacking Health, Fraunhofer Venture and Berlin Institute of Health on Sunday 4th of November, doors opening at 12:00. We have gathered healthcare professionals, scientists, patients, entrepreneurs, developers, engineers, and designers to team up and solve five specific challenges in female health through the application of digital health and Fraunhofer technology. Such intensive cross-disciplinary collaborations are imperative in combining current digital technologies and fostering healthcare innovation. After three days of solid hacking, the doors will be opened to the public for a symposium including 2 keynotes and a panel discussion on digital health innovations and female heath in particular. Following the symposium the teams will showcase their inventions they developed throughout the weekend as they deliver their final pitches to the jury. After the jury has decided on the winning team for each challenge, we ask you to join us in congratulating the victors in an awards ceremony. TIMELINE: 12:15 Doors Open: Canapé & Drinks 12:45 Welcome Digital Health Brunch and Keynote 13:10 Panel Discussion 14:40 Keynote 15:00 Public Pitching of Results 17:30 Canapé & Drinks 18:00 Announcement of winners with award ceremony KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Isabelle Vezina Executive Director, Hacking Health Global Isabelle Vézina is the Executive Director of Hacking Health. As a creative and strategic thinker with broad understanding of the dynamics of the healthcare market and its key stakeholders, she drives the growth of the not-for-profit global organization with relentless energy to challenge status quo, develop new partnerships and continuously improve performance. Isabelle is passionate about the intersection between health, technologies and ecosystems of innovation. She is an MBA graduate from HEC Montreal and an accomplished leader with over 20 years of commercialization experience in the pharmaceutical & health industries within companies such as Novartis, Pharmascience and LASIK MD. Prof. Dr. Sabine Oertelt-Prigione Medical Doctor, Strategic Chair for Gender in Primary and Transmural Care, Radboud University Sabine Oertelt-Prigione is the “Strategic Chair for Gender in Primary and Transmural Care” at Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. She is specialized in internal medicine, public health and gender medicine and also trained as an organizational consultant. After experiences in basic and clinical research, her current focus is on the development of innovative design-based methods for gender-sensitive healthcare and on the systemic implementation of sex and gender aspects in medicine. Sabine was a Senior Researcher at Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences. Her post doctoral studies in the Division of Rheumatology/Allergy/Clinical Immunology were at the University of California, Davis PANEL DISCUSSION: Maria Karsten - Gynäkologin / Head of Research @Charité Christian Becker - MD / Venture Architect @ BCG DV Federica Righi - Innovation Manager/Researcher @ EIT WE Health Knut Schnell - Ärztlicher Direktor und Chefarzt / Privatdozent @ Universitätsklinikum Göttingen Maike Henningsen - Gynäkologin & Faculty Lecturer digital health/Future Medicine@ Universitätsklinikum Hamburg Eppendorf Ralph Richter - Head of Big Data & IOT Practice @ SAP Anette Ströh - Design Lead Healthcare @ Designit Johannes Schröder - CTO @ ADA Health With this ticket, admission is free! For any queries or application as a participant please visit our website www.hackingfemalehealth.de.
- Hacking Female Health | Hackathon 2018
REGISTRATION IS OPEN! APPLY HERE: www.hackingfemalehealth.de Participation is free, but spots are limited! Hacking Female Health powered by Hacking Health Berlin | Fraunhofer Venture | Berlin Institute of Health ABOUT Be part of an exciting weekend of intense interdisciplinary cooperation and competition, creating new technology-based solutions for unfulfilled needs in female health. What is a health hackathon? It is an event in which people of diverse backgrounds such as clinicians, scientists, engineers, designers, software developers, business people, problem solvers, and patients join forces in one intense, fun-filled weekend to develop solutions that address actual challenges in healthcare today. Anyone is invited to apply! Work on groundbreaking Challenges! For this year’s Hackathon, we have created Challenges related to female health. At the event, you will form teams, chose a challenge and collaborate closely within a limited time frame to develop and present your idea. The best solutions will win prizes, including cash and invitations to participate in continued mentoring. Join us at the pulse of innovation! #HackingFemaleHealth WHO CAN PARTICIPATE AND HOW DO I APPLY? Everybody is welcome to register who feels the need to transform female health. You don’t have to have a background in medicine. Patients, physicians, psychologists, nurses, technologists, researchers, designers, entrepreneurs, business leaders, scientists, and students – just to name a few. You can come as a team or you can search on the platform for team members for your idea. APPLY here: www.hackingfemalehealth.de Follow us on Social Media: www.facebook.com/hackinghealthberlin www.twitter.com/hackinghealthDE www.linkedin.com/company/hacking-health-berlin/
- BIH Digital Health Forum 31.10.
BIH Digital Health Forum, October 31, 2018 an event by Hacking Health Berlin and Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) * Hackathon participants are welcome to join in and pitch their ideas * Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jason Hwang, M.D. (Michigan), MBA (Harvard Business School), Researcher, Award-Winning Author, Entrepreneur, Investor Topic: How to Successfully Innovate in the Transforming Healthcare System Agenda (tentative): 5:30 – 6:00 PM Doors open and networking 6:00 – 6:10 PM Welcome: BHI, Hacking Health 6:10 – 6:55 PM Keynote: Dr. Jason Hwang*, M.D. (Michigan) 6:55 – 7:10 PM Q&A 7:10 – 7:30 PM Open Mic: Participant speed talks – challenges, ideas, projects, solutions, and any requests/asks (format: “I am… I am interested in/working on… I am looking for…”) 7:30 – 8:30 PM Networking with drinks and finger food. Everyone is invited to participate actively in the forum with questions and comments! *Learn more about our keynote speaker: Jason Hwang, M.D., M.B.A. is an internal medicine physician with deep expertise in healthcare innovation, both as a thought leader and as an entrepreneur. Together with Professor Clayton Christensen of Harvard Business School and the late Jerome Grossman of Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Dr. Hwang co-authored The Innovator's Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Health Care (McGraw-Hill, January 2009), the American College of Healthcare Executives 2010 Book of the Year and recipient of the 2011 Health Service Journal Circle Prize for Inspiring Innovation. Dr. Hwang was previously co-founder and chief medical officer of Icebreaker Health (also known as Lemonaid Health), a next-generation telemedicine company based in San Francisco. Prior to that, Dr. Hwang co-founded and was Executive Director of Healthcare at Innosight Institute (now renamed the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation), a non-profit social innovation think tank. He also taught as chief resident and clinical instructor at the University of California, Irvine, where he received multiple recognitions for his clinical work. He has also served as a clinician with the Southern California Kaiser Permanente Medical Group and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Long Beach, California. Dr. Hwang received his B.S. and M.D. from the University of Michigan and his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
- BIH Digital Health Forum September
> PLEASE REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/DHF0918 < BIH Digital Health Forum September Keynote Speaker: Prof. Christian Johner, Founder & CEO Johner Institute for Healthcare IT Topic: The Future of Regulation: Do Digital Technologies Need New Procedures for Regulation? Agenda (tentative) 5:30 - 6 pm Doors Open 6:00 - 6:10 pm Welcome: BHI, Hacking Health 6:10 - 6:45 pm Keynote Prof. Christian Johner*, Founder & CEO Johner Institute for Healthcare IT. 6:45 - 7:00 pm Grill the Expert! Q&A form the Audience 7:00 - 8 pm Pitch YourTech & Grill the Pro: Get real-time advice from an internationally renowned expert on the regulatory situation on your idea, project, prototype, startup. Everyone is invited to pitch who has a technology in the field of healthcare which contains a software component. 8 - 9 pm Networking with drinks and snacks. Everyone is invited to participate actively in the forum with questions and comments! * Christian Johner, is the founder and owner of the Johner Institute for Healthcare IT. He is an internationally renowned expert for medical software. As a professor in several universities, his lectures are in the field of software architecture, software engineering, software quality assurance, and medical computer science. His consulting focus is on the lean implementation and implementation of quality management systems, processes, and tools. Christian Johner, together with his team, consults countless medical technology manufacturers in Europe and in the USA in their medical software development and authorization. His customers also include many notified bodies.
- Digital Health Forum: Digitalization in Orthopedics & Surgery
PLEASE SIGN UP HERE: http://bit.ly/Dhf0818 BHI Digital Health Forum September 5, 5:30 pm (doors open) Topic: Digitalization in Orthopedics & Surgery Key topics: A Overview on Digitalization in Orthopaedics & Surgery Prof. Dr med. Dr hc. Michael Schütz Jamieson Trauma Institute, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane – Australia B Value of Digitalization for Innovation -The need for Data from an Industry Perspective Mr. Nils Reimers Stryker GmbH & Co. KG, Kiel C Streamlining Processes in Surgery - Facilitating Patient Flow, Clinical Management & Information Exchange Dr. med. Rüdiger Lohmann Lohmann & Birkner Health Care Consulting GmbH, Berlin D The Reality and Virtuality of Augmented Surgery - Adding Digital Value in the Operating Theatre Prof. Dr. med. Igor M. Sauer Research and Experimental Surgery, Charité, University Medicine Berlin E Wearables and Outcome Measurement - Recognising and Analyzing Movement Prof. Dr. William R. Taylor Institute for Biomechanics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH) Agenda (tentative) 5:30 - 6 pm Doors open 6:00 - 6:10 pm Welcome: BHI, Hacking Health 6:10 - 7:00 pm Keynote Talks: by Michael Schütz; William Taylor, Nils Reimers, Rüdiger Lohmann, Igor Sauer 7:00 - 7:30 pm Panel discussion moderated by Michael Schütz, Jamieson Trauma Institute, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane – Australia Panelists: Marco Prüglmeier, Project Manager for Innovation and Industry 4.0, BMW Group Igor Sauer, Research and Experimental Surgery, Charité, Berlin Nils Reimers, Stryker GmbH, Kiel Rüdiger Lohmann, Lohmann & Birkner, Health Care Consulting GmbH, Berlin William Tailor, Institute for Biomechanics, ETH Zürich 7:30 - 8 pm Open mic: Participant speed talks – challenges, ideas, projects, solutions and any requests/asks (suggested format: “I am… I am interested in/working on… I am looking for…”) excluded: product pitch. 8 - 9 pm Networking with drinks and snacks. Everyone is invited to participate actively in the forum with questions and comments! Organized by: Dr. Katarina Braune, Department of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes, Charité; BIH Junior Clinician Scientist; Hacking Health Berlin Dr. Akira-Sebastian Poncette, Department of Anesthesiology and Operative Intensive Care Medicine, Charité; Hacking Health Berlin Dr. Pablo David Rojas, TU Berlin Science Marketing; Hacking Health Berlin PLEASE SIGN UP HERE: http://bit.ly/Dhf0818