Regional Track

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

Regional Innovation in East European Countries

Healthcare systems in eastern Europe have seen significant changes in recent years. The region is currently facing serious problems with coordination, system disintegration and lack of control over the market environment (especially in the area of drugs). At the same time, in view of the increased health needs caused by the dynamic ageing of society and epidemiological patterns, these countries must improve funding as well as implement rationing reforms (introduction of official rationing and cost-effectiveness techniques), sector integration (managed care approach) and the development of an information and analysis base for better governing and supervision over new technology applications.

Chair

Joanna Chorostowska Wynimko

Prof Joanna Chorostowska-Wynimko

National Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases

Panel

Aligning strategies for integrating personalized medicine into healthcare practice

 Maria Sqsiadek

Maria Sąsiadek

Medical University in Wroclaw, Department of Genetics

Integrating the Promise of Personalized Omics to Precision Medicine into clinical practice – Polish Case Study

Joanna Chorostowska Wynimko

Joanna Chorostowska – Wynimko

National Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases

Could patient centered decision making in tandem with healthcare professionals improve outcomes. Case studies

Prof Andrzej Marszałek

Prof Andrzej Marszałek

Panel Discussion

 Beata Jagielskai

Beata Jagielska

Polish Coalition of Personalized Medicine Association

Beata Ambroziewicz

Beata Ambroziewicz

Polish Coalition of Patients

 Janusz Homa

Janusz Homa

CEO of Ardigen

Bartosz Wazag

Bartosz Wazag

Medical University of Gdansk

Could patient centered decision making in tandem with healthcare professionals improve outcomes. Case studies

Łukasz Kozera

Łukasz Kozera

Federation of Polish Hospitals