Diabetes Track

27th November – 15:45 – 17:00 – Session III
Education Track

New technologies and personalization

Individuals with diabetes have daily healthcare demands that can span the course of a lifetime. Every day, this population grapples with managing their health needs while navigating complex insurance plans within a fragmented delivery system.

Citizens who rely heavily on the healthcare system must be assured of adequate and affordable insurance that covers their needs. The high cost of care may have led many to skip or delay care.

This discussion will look at models to facilitate better access to care at the regional, national and EU levels.

Chair

Olivier Arnaud

Olivier Arnaud

Senior Director, European Research JDRF

Panel

Access and adoption and need for better care

Yves Verboven

Yves Verboven

Director, Market Access and Economic Policies, MedTech Europe, Brussels, Belgium

Artificial intelligence decision support systems for T1D

Pau Herrero-Vinas

Pau Herrero-Vinas

Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Open protocol initiative

Bastian Hauck

Bastian Hauck

Diabetes Advocate, Patient Entrepreneur & Healthcare Consultant