Hospital Track

27th November – 10:00 – 11:15 – Session II
Education Track

The Role of Data Sharing Within and Among Hospitals

Digital health technologies have the potential to play a significant part in improving our health services. Advances in robotics, AI and personalised medicine mean patients can benefit from improved health outcomes. Yet, this digital transformation can only ever be achieved through sector wide collaboration; acting on our societal responsibility to optimise patient outcomes through making most of the potential of the available patient and healthcare data.

This session will focus on how digital technologies and the wider use of health data are changing our lives and their applications in healthcare.

  • The new data protection in the EU legislation
  • Benchmarking results across sites
  • Promoting interoperability of electronic health records (EHR)

Chair

Lisa Hollins

Lisa Hollins

Executive Director of Transformation and ICT, Kings College Hospital, KPH

Panel

Alex-Sanchez-Plz

Dr Alex Sánchez

Vall d´Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona

Data Sharing Within and Among Hospitals – The “One London” Story

Jack Barker

Dr Jack Barker

Chief Clinical Information Officer for Kings College Hospital and South East London Strategic Partnership, KHP

Implementing a shared EPR spanning different hospitals

Frank Rademakers

Prof Frank Rademakers

Director of medical technology and innovation, UZ Leuven

Data Sharing in coohort genetics : a tentative roadmap

Dr. Giovanni Tonon

Director of Translational Genomics and Bioinformatics Centre, Ospedale San Rafaele

Value driven healthcare is personalized

Jan Hazelzet

Prof Jan Hazelzet

Erasmus MC, Department of Public Health