VALENCIA
31 MARCH 2022
SESSION 07
Digital Transformation as an essential factor for model transformation.
11.00–11.45
Screening of presentations
11.45–13.00
Debate with the speakers
Speakers

Natalia Olson-Urtecho
Managing Partner, Honest Impact Fund. Co-Founder, The Disruptive Factory

Niamh Lennox-Chhugani
Chief Executive International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Jose Antonio Martin
Healthcare Consultant & Advisor. Senior Advisor eHealth at Grupo Masmovil
PRESENTED BY

Yolanda Puiggrós
Socia de Healthcare & Life Sciences en Roca Junyent
INTRODUCTION

After producing an itinerary about key figures for the transformation of the model: managers, patients, citizens and professional leaders, in the upcoming sessions we are delving into levers and essential instruments for generating a substantial change in the model.

We hear an increasing amount of talk about the necessary digital transformation, not only in the health sector, as an essential ingredient for access to processes of development and modernization, but also as the generator of new horizons in management and growth of knowledge in organisations capable of achieving competitive models with a global scope based on harnessing new technologies and a new relationship with their clients.

Focused on the health sector, its transformative capacities take on an extraordinary dimension, incorporating all of its pillars: clinical and care, research and teaching.

A well-designed digital strategy can be an element for real systematic transformation and for generating new capacities in the development of models based on the incorporation of artificial intelligence, the integration of predictive models and handling enormous quantities of data aimed at prevention, diagnosis, treatment and the monitoring of multiple pathologies, incorporating unimaginable benefits in the quality of life and wellbeing of our citizens. 

We expect our expert speakers to offer contributions that explain a lot of the content of this fascinating transformation, not only in terms of its undeniable benefits, but also, its implementation difficulties and, to help us to differentiate and guide us with regard to actions that contribute value and results to the system of those that, simply, are intentions without any real basis for change.


What prior requisites must support a systemic digital transformation in the health sector?
Are those who need to fund them capable of bearing the economic costs of digital transformations and what gains can they obtain from these large investments?
Is digital transformation possible without public-private collaboration in order to make true structural changes to the system?
How are the relationships of healthcare professionals going to change, both in terms of their relationship with patients and citizens, and among themselves?
What will be the impact on the structures of service providers in terms of clinical/healthcare organisation, research and teaching, and on relationships between healthcare systems?
How is the use of mass and sensitive data from the public going to be regulated and protected, who will own the data and use and process it?
Will digital transformation be a health business model, an instrument for change and/or a change in relationships between actors and agents of the health system?


Undoubtedly, our guests will have a lot to say about these matters and many more, in order to understand the opportunity and change entailed by a digital transformation with a systemic scope in the health sector.

Natalia Olson-Urtecho
Managing Partner, Honest Impact Fund. Co-Founder, The Disruptive Factory

Niamh Lennox-Chhugani
Chief Executive International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Jose Antonio Martin
Healthcare Consultant & Advisor. Senior Advisor eHealth at Grupo Masmovil

Yolanda Puiggrós
Socia de Healthcare & Life Sciences en Roca Junyent
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