Tom van ‘t Hek | Dagvoorzitter
Voormalig huisarts, oud hocky international en oud-bondcoach Nederlands dameshockeyelftal, presentator BNR Nieuwsradio
09:10 | The Digital Transition at Mayo Clinic USA
Dr. Steve Ommen MD, cardiologist, professor of Medicine, Medical Director, Center for Connected Care Mayo Clinic USA. Mayo Clinic is ranked No. 1 hospital in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Dr. Ommen has been recognized as one of the top 15 Digital Healthcare Executives.
Mayo Clinic’s strategy is to provide comprehensive care with a seamless patient experience. Among the healthcare organizations in the Digital Hospital 500, Mayo Clinic is among the farthest along.
Their goal is to ensure that patient care is being enhanced by creating an internal and external plan for collecting, sharing, and using patient-generated health data in the most effective ways. Steve oversees the development of products, services, and systems that bring health care to patients where they need it. Like an online portal, emergency telemedicine, video doctor visits, Mayo’s eConsults system, Remote monitoring of patients, etc.
But why put a highly trained cardiologist in charge of what is, essentially, an information technology organization? “That’s the Mayo philosophy,” Ommen says. Mayo Clinic, he says, puts physicians in charge of nearly everything. Having connected care as part of Mayo Clinic’s medical practice—as opposed to making it an information technology function—is intended to make it better suited to the needs of doctors and patients.
Looking forward, Ommen says, the Center for Connected Care is exploring ways to “activate and engage patients in their own care” using remote monitoring devices and automated plans of care designed for each patient. The care plans would be guided by “smart rules” that adjust patient instructions based on updated information. Mayo Clinic has shown a willingness to make expensive, multi-year commitments to new technology, when it deems that to be necessary.
The digital transition is a massive undertaking for an organization as big and complex as Mayo Clinic, which operates more than 70 hospitals and clinics across five states. Each year, more than 1.3 million different patients from all 50 states and from more than 150 countries are seen at one of the Mayo Clinic facilities. Like to learn how Mayo Clinic is Transforming Patient Care with Mobile Health? Join Steve’s keynote speech: www.mobilehealthcare.nl
09.50 | Spreker wordt nader bekend gemaakt
10.10 Aanbieding eerste exemplaar van de eHealthmonitor 2019
Het Mobile Healthcare congres heeft weer de primeur: het eerste exemplaar van de zevende editie van de eHealth-monitor wordt uitgereikt. De eHealth-monitor is een doorlopend onderzoek waarin Nictiz en het NIVEL jaarlijks de stand van zaken op het gebied van eHealth/mHealth door zorgconsumenten en zorgprofessionals in Nederland in kaart brengen.
Uitreiking door: Dr. Lies van Gennip, Directeur, Nictiz Prof. dr. ir. Roland Friele, Adjunct-directeur, NIVEL Myrah Wouters, Programmamanager eHealth-monitor, Nictiz
10.45 | Koffiepauze
11.15 | Start vier rondes Break-out sessies: stel uw eigen programma samen Maak s.v.p. uw keuze uit de break-out sessies van Mobile Healthcare, Data Driven Healthcare en het OuderenzorgTECH congres
15.35 | KEYNOTE: Mercy Virtual USA – Transforming health care
Dr. Randall S. Moore, MD, MBA, past president of Mercy Virtual USA, brings 30+ years as a visionary physician executive focused on care model and health system transformation. Most recently president of Mercy Virtual in Chesterfield, Missouri, over four years he led growth from 100 to 800+ FTEs, exceeded performance targets, building and integrating virtual care transformation solutions within internal Mercy communities as well as external systems.
Mercy Virtual: world’s most advanced virtual hospital
800+ doctors, supporting 15+ solutions, serving 40+ hospitals, across 10+ USA States
Mercy Virtual is transforming health care 24/7/365 by creating new care models supported by telehealth teams and technology. Patients no longer have to physically seek out care or entirely reorient their lives to gain access to specialists. Virtual technology brings care to them.
A hospital without patients and beds. Under Dr. Moore’s leadership, Mercy opened the four-story medical facility in 2015. It is virtual in the sense that specialists care for patients remotely, with individuals often checking in with nurses and doctors while laying on a couch or sitting up in bed. The staff is using telehealth, electronic medical records and data analytics to diagnose patients, deliver care and to pinpoint patients’ problems earlier so they can go home earlier, or better yet, avoid hospitalization altogether.
Mercy is one of the top five large systems in the nation for the medical care in the USA. Mercy Virtual, a non-profit healthcare system, has invested $300 million in virtual care over more than a decade, says Dr. Moore. It proves that digital healthcare built on an enterprise scale can change how the medical profession does business and delivers clinical care. It is an ideal alternative to traditional hospital as it provides patient-centered care, advance technological innovations, and identify opportunities to make care more accessible, more affordable and more comprehensive. Based on his guidance, Mercy Virtual has proven to “crack the nut” of cutting costs while also keeping patients healthier with services lines like: vConsult, vEmergency, vStroke, vICU, vSepsis, vSitter etc.
16.15 Borrel & Bites Wij nodigen u van harte uit om tijdens de netwerkborrel na te praten over het congres. Zo kunt u na de spits weer naar huis reizen.