During the 9th edition of the unmissable meeting of Swiss health and digital actors, Digital Health Connect will feature experts in the health field from a rich ecosystem.
The conference will be punctuated throughout the afternoon by various workshops offering an in-depth vision of the possible applications of remote health, on which speakers and participants are invited to question themselves.
The discussions and workshops will be led by experts from the Valais health ecosystem. This session of workshops will start with the theme of bringing hospital care into the home, moderated by Pascal Tritz, head of innovation and head of the biomedical and purchasing department at the Valais Hospital, who will welcome three experts in the field: Christophe Bosteels, head of telemedicine at the Fribourg Hospital, Grégoire Gex, head physician in the pneumology department at the Valais Hospital and, finally, Arnaud Zufferey, head nurse of the Help and Care department at the CMSS Les côteaux du soleil.
The second theme will deal with the remote athlete monitoring and will be led by Bertrand Léger, head of the medical research and quality control department at the Clinique romande de réadaptation. Among the invited speakers, he will have the pleasure to welcome Michael Duc, coordinator of sports medicine at the Swiss Olympic Medical Center, at the Clinique romande de réadaptation, Philipp Caretta, COO of the Zurich start-up Force 8 and Lucas Malcotti, elite athlete at the Swiss Fencing Federation.
We will continue this sharing of experiences with a presentation on digital therapeutics by Tanja Dowe, Director of the Debiopharm Innovation Fund, accompanied by Dr. Alfredo Addeo, assistant physician in the medical oncology department of the HUG, Dr. Ralf Molitor, Director of Helsana HealthInvest and Lauri Sippola, Director of Kaiku Health.
Finally, the workshop session will conclude with a discussion on remote health behavior change. The discussion will be moderated by Michael Schumacher, professor and coordinator of the Health Technology Innovation Center (HTIC) of the HES-SO Valais-Wallis, who will welcome three experts: Davide Calvaresi, researcher at the Applied Intelligent Systems Lab (AISLab) of the HES-SO Valais-Wallis, Stephanie Tanadini-Lang, senior medical physicist at the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University Hospital of Zurich, and Daniel Perez-Marcos, scientific coordinator at MindMaze.
Find all the speakers of this 9th edition: Speakers 2021 – Digital Health Connect