Program 25 April 2019

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TTRN CPH2019Venue

Room: Auditorium, 1st floor
Aalborg University (AAU), Copenhagen
A.C. Meyers Vænge 15
2450 Copenhagen

Preliminary program

Chairs:
David Lindeman, Director Health, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley
&
Birthe Dinesen, Professor, Laboratory for Welfare Technology – Telehealth & Telerehabilitation, Department of Health Science and Technology, AAU

TimeActivity
09:30Registration, coffee and tea
10:00Welcome to New Horizons for Connecting Health - Artificial Intelligence (AI) by Lars Hvilsted, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University
Keynote Presentations
10:10Global Development within AI and Health by Claus Bo Mikkelsen, Director
Accenture
10:25Applications of AI: The use of AI at Odense University Hospital by Peder Jest, Medical Director, Odense University Hospital
10:40Applying AI to Clinical Phenotyping in Healthcare - pros and cons by Nick Anderson, Cardiff Professor of Informatics, Director of Informatics Research, UC Davis Health & University of California, Davis
10:55Break - coffee and tea
11:05Empowering Pregnancy Care using AI by Jakob Skov, Director Of Business Development and Investor Relations, Viewcare
11:20AI for prediction and treatment planning: examples in Heart Failure and Cancer by Kathy Kim, Assistant Professor, Betty Irene Moore Nursing School & CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley
11:35Future Healthcare – how to use data across sectors from patients’ homes, healthcare in municipalities and hospitals by Anne-Mette Bang, Managing Director, Cambio Healthcare Systems, Denmark
11:50Future Patient - Telerehabilitation of Patients with Heart Failure by Birthe Dinesen, Professor, Department of Health Science and Technology, AAU
12:05Lunch and networking
13:00Workshops - parallel tracks: See below
14:15Break - coffee and tea
14:40From waiting room to living room. The power of IoT to enrich clinical studies by Massimo Giulio Caterino, Principal Consultant, NNIT
15:00Intelligence planning within community care: How to improve citizen service and raise satisfaction using intelligent planning within community care by Christian Norman Scheuer, Vice President, KMD Healthcare & Social
15:20-
16:30
Reception and networking

Workshops

Please choose one of the following tracks.

1. Generating Business and Value through Healthcare AI

Chair: Kathy Kim, Assistant Professor, Betty Irene Moore Nursing School & CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley

TimeActivity
13:00AI for patients with a chronic disease by Carl Brandt, Co-founder and Medical Doctor, Liva Healthcare A/S
13:10Optimizing customer experience with AI by Dan Gillette, Sr. Research Scientist, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley
13:20Health Economic Evaluation of AI – How do we Identify the Technologies that
provide Value for Money?
by Kristian Kidholm, Associate professor, Odense University Hospital
13:30Evaluation of AI performance and impact on outcomes in clinical studies By Tim Hale, PhD, Partners HealthCare, Pivot Labs, Boston
13:40-
14:15
Discussion

2. Human Perspective in Using AI in Clinical Practice – Opportunities and Challenges

Chair: Jane Clemensen, Professor HC Andersens Hospital, Odense University Hospital

TimeActivity
13:00Hand on Heart or Hand on Technology by Jane Clemensen, Professor HC Andersens Hospital, Odense University Hospital
13:10AI and person-centered care by Heather Young, Professor, Betty Irene Moore Nursing School
13:20Could I talk to a real person, please? by Helle Spindler, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Aarhus University
13:30Patients and AI-mastering illness by Nancy Albert, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Cleveland Clinic
13:40-
14:15
Discussion

3. Global Issues in healthcare AI

Chair: Lars Dittman, Professor, DTU

TimeActivity
13:00The role of edge computing in AI for eHealth by Lars Dittman, Professor, DTU
13:15Forthcoming Advances in Data Analysis by Peter Mortensen, Senior Account Executive, Health Sector, Microsoft Denmark
13:30Using AI to Improve Diagnosis in the Intensive Care Unit by Jason Y. Adams, Medical Director, UC Davis IT Health Informatics
13:45AI in Telerehabilitation of Diabetes Patients - inspiration from Japan by Masayuki Hata, CTO, HiSC Nordic ApS
14:00-14:15Discussion

4. Do you want to be a scholar at CITRIS?

Opportunities at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz for a research stay as a visiting scholar (PhD-student to Senior Researcher level).

Chair: David Lindeman, Director Health, CITRIS, UC Berkeley

TimeActivity
13:00Funding possibilities for visiting scholars by Birthe Dinesen, Professor, Department of Health Science and Technology, AAU
13:20Opportunities for visiting scholars by David Lindeman & Karen Stierwalt, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley
13:40Experiences being a visiting scholar by Claus Rehfeld, PhD student at DTU and scholar at CITRIS and the Banatao Institute, UC Berkeley 2018-2019
13:50-
14:15
Q & A

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Danish HealthtechThis conference is supported by the Danish Healthtech Innovation Network and co-financed by Ministry of Higher Education and Science.