On October 26, 2010 in Palo Alto at Stanford University, SDForum and Innovation Center Denmark held a two day event called the â€œFuture of Health Innovation.â€ The event covered the “health life cycle” and the new solutions optimizing a healthcare system for the individual. This ranged from promoting healthy living and preventing diseases to better managing and sharing of data between physician, hospital, pharmacy and patient. Done properly it can reduce costs and increase wellness.
Camilla Rygaard-Hjalsted of Innovation Center Denmark and Susan Lucas-Conwell of SDForum welcomed the attendees.
Erik Rasmussen of Monday Morningâ€™s talked about â€œThe Health Journey.â€ Bertel Haarder, Danish Minister of Interior and Health gave a keynote on â€Entering the Health Age – a Danish perspective.â€ Hal Wolf of Kaiser Permanente countered with his keynote â€œEntering the health age – a US perspective.â€ Erik Rasmussen then moderated a fireside chat with both Haarder and Wolf on ideas and visions in health innovation from two spearheading parts of the world called â€œWhere do we go from here?â€
Susan Lucas-Conwell of SDForum moderated panelists Lene Asholm of National Board of Health, Henning Bruun-Schmidt of IBM ACURE, Matthew Douglass of Practice Fusion and Adams Dudley of UCSF. The subject was â€œElectronic Medical Records.â€
Drew L. Clark of IBM Venture Capital Group gave a keynote â€œSustainability on a Smarter Planet: Smarter Hospitals from the Earth up.â€
Philip Korn of TriNet moderated panelists Anne DeGheest of Medstars Ventures, Dr. Louis Lange of Asset Management, Dan Munro of ipatient and Henrik Bjerregaard Jensen of MedCom. They discussed integrating and educating the IT systems for tomorrow.
Adam Bosworth of KEAS gave a keynote about â€œTaking health online.â€
Jody Ranck of mHealth Alliance moderated panelists Henrik Bennetsen of KataLabs & Mette Terp Hoybye, Stanford, Torben Nielsen of myRegence.com, and Michael Nichols of HealthTap on â€œBest practices in online health care.â€
Mette McCall of McCall Media moderated a fireside chat with the Nordic Chef, Claus Meyer, entrepreneur and co-owner of NOMA Restaurant and “Doctor Slim”, Arne Astrup, Human Nutrition Dept. Head, University of Copenhagen on the subject â€Eat right now! â€“ a debate on how to promote health and healthy living through food.â€
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