CEOs look at how operators are building digital health apps and platforms to extend customer reach, improve care and grow sales.
Successful implementation of eHealth/Telehealth technologies in a home environment ► Nimrod Altman, CEO, Natali Healthcare Group
Predictive eMonitoring, eHealth apps and Telehealth can be used to launch services ranging from homecare to medical care and from elderly care to chronic disease management programs. This is precisely the strategy adopted by Natali Healthcare Group, the largest Israeli eHealth company, which was bought by the chinese Sanpower Group in late 2014. Today, Natali has 150,000 Israeli subscribers and Sanpower has over 1 million. Here Nimrod lifts the lid on these fascinating, fast-growth business models.
How digital intelligence and real-time analytics can drive healthcare transformation ► Mark Ebbens &, Mahen Hoolash, Senior Partners, GE Healthcare & Stephanie Hood, Humber River Hospital in Toronto
Mark, Mahen and Stephanie will discuss the introduction of operational Command Center into healthcare organizations. Command Centre is a transformational journey, combining the latest in systems engineering, predictive analytics and innovative problem solving to support the new processes and drive real-time decision making to improve patient management in and out of the hospital and quality of care. They will share a first-hand customer experience with Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and Humber River Hospital in Toronto and insights into the growing interest in Europe.
Building revenue and loyalty with Digital Health ► Janne-Olli Järvenpää, CEO, Mehilainen
Janne-Olli looks at how the Mehilainen hospital and outpatient network has launched a suite of IT services that really allow HR departments and line managers to get their hands around sickness issues and has helped cut absenteeism by 20%. He also analyses Mehilainen's mobile app which allows consumers to chat to doctors (with face to face follow ups if necessary) for a flat fee. The app received more downloads than Pokemon Go in Finland during first week of its public launch. Mehiläinen is a leading Finnish social and healthcare services firm with circa 11 000 professional and expected revenues of €700m in 2017.