Digitizing is a part of our health life, and those who analyze trends and user behavior also see a range of opportunities that both change and personalize the #healthcaresector in many different ways. #Digitization was the headline for the year’s #37-degree #LifeScienceconference in #Stavanger. Find out more about event!
Digitalisering av er en del av helsehverdagen vår, og de som analyserer trender og brukeratferd ser også et hav av muligheter som både endrer og personaliserer #helsesektoren på mange ulike vis.
Digitalisering var overskriften for året #37grader #LifeScience-konferanse i Stavanger.
Teknologi hjemme og ute
-Hva gjorde du sist du kjente på symptomer?
Josep Carbó fra selskapet Mediktor Corp fra Spania/USA stiller forsamlingen det enkleste av alle brukerspørsmål. Men usikkerheten brer seg i salen. Hadde han spurt «Hva bør du gjøre når du kjenner symptomer?» så hadde alle visst svaret, men når spørsmålet er «Hva gjorde jeg?»
Carbó kjenner godt atferdsmønsteret vårt. Handlingsmønsteret vårt er som følger: De aller fleste ringer sin mor først, før de googler, før de eventuelt drar på legevakten, før de bestiller en time hos legen. 70 prosent av oss verken oppsøker eller kontakter en lege for å få et kvalifisert råd eller en vurdering av symptomene.
-Mediktor er en robot som i løpet av få minutters dialog tolker dine symptomer og gir deg et råd om hva du bør gjøre; oppsøk sykehus, ring fastlegen, gå å legg deg – slike forslag. Mediktor forteller deg ikke hvilken sykdom du har, men gir deg et medisinsk faglig råd. Vi kommer nok aldri til å trumfe nr 1 på din ringeliste, men målet er å komme inn på listen før Google. Vi vet nemlig også at når folk få valget mellom en sikker kilde og en rask kilde, så velger de den raske. Det er Google raskest, men på langt nær den sikreste. Derfor har vi laget en AI-symptomtolker, sier Carbó.
TETTERE PÅ PASIENTEN: Josep Carbó, nr 2 fra venstre, i selskapet Mediktor bringer AI-doktoren helt inn i stua til pasienten. Thorleif Jansen, medisinsk direktør i KRY, nr 5, utvikler videokonferanser. Alle deltok i parallellseminar om hvordan teknologien driver fram nye helsetjenester. Diskusjonen ble ledet av Arild Kristensen, daglig leder i NSCC, (stående)
For det er en mitch-mash mellom den teknologien som de informerte og aktive brukerne har i sin hverdag, og den helsevesenet tar i bruk i dialog med pasienter og brukere. Som 2018-mennesker er vi mer eller mindre ubevisst vant til at teknologien faktisk vet ting om oss, og at algoritmer personifiserer forslag og valg.
Derfor var også et av hovedpunktene i parallellseminar om AI og velferdsteknologi og om hvordan teknologien driver fram tjenester og service i helseverden.
Det svenske selskapet KRY er en annen teknologibedrift som utvikler løsninger som bringer legen hjem til deg, istedenfor omvendt.
-Jeg er lege og spesialist i familiemedisin. Det vi si; jeg var en frustrert lege som ønsket meg bedre verktøy til pasientflyt. KRY driver med videokonferanser mellom helsefagfolk og pasienter, også i Norge. Selskapet er drevet fram av helseutdannede folk og ingeniører, sier Thorleif Jansen, medisinsk direktør i KRY.
Stavanger forum er leid inn til Life Science-konferansen som ble arrangert for andre gang. Konferansen retter seg særlig mot internasjonale og nasjonale aktører innen med.tech og har både et messeområde og et svært innholdsrikt faglig program med foredrag, debatter/samtaler og workshops, i år med et fokus på digitalisering. Hovedseksjoner, parallellseminar og workshop fra tidlig formiddag til ettermiddag, var tettpakket med interessante foredragsholdere, både innen forskning, med.tech og generell helseindustri.
Stavangers ordfører Christine Sagen Helgø ønsket deltakerne velkomne sammen med helseminister Bent Høie (H) som stod for den offisielle åpningen av konferansen.
Konferansen hovedforedragsholder var Erik Halvorsen, direktør for TMCx Accelerator innovation institute på Texas Medical Center. Han holdt en gripende og personlig innledning som satte den økonomisk, sterke helseindustrien i perspektiv om hva det hele egentlig handler om.
SPØRSMÅL: Engasjerte deltakere i salen spurte panelet spørsmål om deres #velferdsteknologiløsninger.
STANDS: Selskap fra inn- og utlandet hadde tatt oppstilling i messeområde på konferansen #37grader #LifeScience for å snakke om sine løsninger.
MINGLING: En viktig ingrediens på en konferanse er at folk møtes og diskuterer løsninger
SAMMEN: Norwegian Smart Care Cluster og Norway Health Tech hadde fellesstand på 37 grader Life Science.
KLYNGE: Anita Moe Larsen fra Norway Health tech
HELT SJEF: Arne Rannestad (t.v) er initiativtaker og ansvarlig for 37 grader Life Science. Her sammen med en tysk kollega.
Yesterday , June 19, saw the successful opening of the 37 ºC Life Science conference and expo. Well attended sessions and positive feedback were the order of the day.
Below are some comments from our esteemed speakers who were happy to share their expertise and experiences with participants.
Dr. Norbert Windhab, leading the strategic project team for business and healthcare of Evonic Nutrition & Care.
Dr Windhab stated that this forum gives him the possibility to connect & understand where other people stand in digitalizing health, when asked what makes this event exciting.
His main message would be that Digitalizing Health for him is the evidence we have today in hand for a true paradigm shift, which is Prevention: If someone dries out you give him water and not necessarily drugs.
Mr. Eric Halvorsen, Director of Texas Medical Center.
Mr. Halvorsen mentioned that they have over 150 Healthcare Start-Ups at the institute, which they train and educate to develop their products.
His family is Norwegian so it is exciting for him to be at this event, and to connect with other like-minded leaders who are trying to transform medicine & healthcare from a digital perspective.
His main message is that Digital Future of Healthcare is here. The challenge is that there is so much amazing innovation going on, so many great start-up companies developing different products to help patients- Now it becomes a problem of how to stand out, how to differentiate. His message is: “Prove you’re different and show benefit”
Ms. Rajji Mehdwan, General Manager of Roche Pharma in Norway.
Ms. Mehdwan mentions that with her living in 7 countries really makes her appreciate this conference.
It is exciting that this event is bringing like-minded people together in one place. Having such a comprehensive program and great group of speakers on different topics in healthcare for two days and being able to learn from it is truly valuable.
Her main message is that we are at a pivotal point in healthcare, with technology clashing with health in a good way. “Look forward to great things.”
37 ºC Life Science Business Conference and Exhibition officially opens its doors today, 19.06.2018, at Stavanger Forum, Norway. The headline for 37 °C 2018 is Digitalising health. This year, 37 ºC offers not only a very comprehensive program, but also a very interesting exhibition, B2B meetings online as well as onsite and venture sessions for sponsors, poster presentations and much more. In addition to plenary sessions, there are parallel sessions on Digitalising healthcare, Digitalisation in biotech, a Venture Session and Workshops on specific topics including Nutrition.
The conference has been opened with welcoming words by Mr. Arne Hansson Rannestad, the General Manager of the 37 °C Event, Ms. Christine Sagen Helgø, the Mayor of Stavanger and Mr. Bent Høie, the Norwegian Minister of Health and Care Services. The co-chairs are Dr. Jon Harald Kaspersen, PhD, Research Director at SINTEF & Mr. Henrik Lund, CEO Regenics AS, Chairman Of The Board Oslo Cancer Cluster 2008-2018.
The keynote speaker in this exciting first day of the conference is Mr. Erik Halvorsen, Director at TMCx Accelerator (Texas Medical Center). Also not to be missed are the panelists, featuring Ms. Rajji Mehdwan, General Manager of Roche Norway.
Looking ahead we expect a strong continued growth from the life science industry in Norway with new Start-ups entering this market every year, and some of them given the opportunity to do so through the 37 ºC event. As a third party, the conference and exhibition offers access to qualified speakers, cost effective meetings with leading companies and purchasing of supplies as well as world class expertise in the fields of digital medical opportunities. In addition, the event provides customers & investors with a full overview of how their money is spent. The Exhibition is the first and only health tech development and innovation initiative which is open to everyone. Connect with our community of researchers, professors, international tech companies; meet developers and entrepreneurs creating innovative business models and solutions.
Get hands-on experience and share ideas by becoming a part of this movement that is launching new applications to benefit you. Our supporting partners will be there to answer your questions and hear your ideas are as follows: Norway Health Tech, Norwegian Smart Care Cluster, The Life Science Cluster, Oslo Cancer Cluster, The Research Council of Norway, Greater Stavanger, Stavanger Chamber of Commerce, NHO, The German-Norwegian Handelskammer, The Stavanger Kommune, Stavanger Region, Start UIS, Biotalk, Beijing Agents, Stavanger Forum, Kenes Exhibitions and Exceller.
Meet the leaders in the industry directly at the event – Azets, Roche, Pfizer, DNV GL, Takeda, Abbvie, University of Stavanger, Centre for Digital Life of Norway.
Don’t miss the next exciting stage of the Conference and join us again tomorrow!
Erik Halvorsen, Director at TMCx Accelerator, Texas Medical Center meets with key personnel at Stavanger University Hospital, University of Stavanger and the innovation community, the day before 37 ºC.
You are cordially invited to the
37 °C Life Science & Technology Week
Announcing upgraded #IMATIS Lightweight ICT system and Ecosystem with more than 250 web applications. The Lightweight ICT system offers the customers in the hospital, municipality and private citizen a wide range of application and solutions. The system provides applications for clinical use, support services, logistics, messaging, alarm, tasks management, queue- and patient flow management, data insights, key performance dashboards and performance metrics, solution for patient engagement, sensors, remote monitoring and much more. We’ve packed the healthcare ecosystem with new features and experiences for #Patients, #Doctors, Nurses, Service staff, Clinical staff and Administrative staff. You can now use your PC, Mac, tablet, iPad or Smart Phone to run any application from the ecosystem.
With the IMATIS Lightweight ICT platform and ecosystem the company visions to foster innovation and collaboration across the healthcare space.
Imatis has open API and integrates already to several international key vendors in the space. This includes HER and HIS vendors as Cerner, DXC, DIPS, Allscripts, and Others. The platform also integrates to PACS/RIS and lab stakeholders by using HL7 or FHIR. We also integrate alarm and nurse call from Ascom, Best, Merlon, Hill-Rom, Rauland. In the building and facility area we integrate Honeywell, Service Works Global, Johnson and Johnson, ABB, Siemens with others.
Imatis is a “game changer” that provides real-time experience of decision support in an innovative and user-friendly way. The Company is out of Norway with subsidiaries and Partners worldwide. Imatis solutions has a Cisco validated design, we are a Microsoft Gold Partner, and the Lightweight IMATIS Fundamentum solutions is Azure ready.
The New Østfold Hospital in Norway is the only EMRAN 6 (HIMSS) certified hospital in Nordic, they use the IMATIS Lightweight platform and several apps on smart phone, tablets, patient self service kiosk, signage screens, electronic whiteboards etc. The Helse Vest Region in Norway is currently implementing the plattform, and will go live shortly. St. Olavs Hospital og Oslo Municipality is currently live with the new version. Several contracts for upgrades is already signed, so stay tuned for updated information.
Hear the CEO of IMATIS during #37DegreesLifeScience Conference 2018! Join us there!
Technology & Business Conference & Exhibition 37⁰C Life Science
Register and get to know our esteemed speakers.
Schedule meetings with the leaders in the field here!
At the 37⁰C Life Science 2018, to be held on 19 and 20 of June, national and international opinion leaders on digitalising health themes will discuss the main solutions to issues raised by the revolution underway in the sector.
You can now explore the conference topics and get to know the preliminary speakers.
We’re counting on you to be there!
|Christine Sagen Helgø||Jon H. Kaspersen||Frode Forland||Henrik Lund MD, PhD.||Bent Høie|
|Mayor of Stavanger||Research Director, SINTEF and Co-Chair of 37 °C in 2018||MD, DPH, Director of Infectious Disease Prevention and Control at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health||CEO Regenics AS, VP Clinical Development MC AstraZeneca 2005-2010, Chairmann Oslo Cancer Cluster, NCE, 2008-2018, and Co-Chair of 37 °C in 2018||The Minister of Health and Care|
|Finn Holm||Dan Shwarzman||Emiel Janssen||Marita Rodriguez||Kathrine Myhre|
|Partner EY||CEO, MindUP, the Digital Health Incubator||PhD Stavanger University Hospital||Ph.D. Biomedical Scientist and Engineer||CEO Norway Health Tech|
|Thor Ole Gulsrud||Richard F. Cowburn||Rupert Osborn||Jacob Bergsland||Jens Nordahl|
|Research Director, MedTech at International Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS) and Associate Professor in Health Technology at the University of Stavanger||PhD, Responsible Corporate Affairs,Karolinska Institut||CEO IP Pragmatics Limited||MD, PhD Oslo University Hospital||Vice President Sales & Marketing for Smartfish AS|
|Alexander Wentzel||Walter Stockinger||Enrico Baraldi||Ingrid Teigland||Thomas Lindner|
|SINTEF Indutry, Dept. of Biotechnology and Nanomedicine||Managing Partner, Hadean Ventures, pan-European life-science venture fund based in Oslo||Prof. Industrial Engineering & Management, Department of Engineering Sciences, Uppsala University||MD MBA Managing Partner, Hadean Ventures||MD, PhD, Director RAKOS (Regional Competence Centre for Emergency Medicine)|
| 37⁰C Life Science
Business Technology & Conference & Exhibition
|Nieves Cubo Mateo||Saara Malkamäki||Stavanger Forum, Norway||Rajji Mehdwan||Sjur Svaboe|
|Spanish National Research Council UCM/CSIC||Specialist, Sitra (Finnish Innovation Fund)||June 19-20 2018||General Manager for Roche Pharmaceuticals in Norway||CEO Biolink Group|
|Norbert Windhab||Jan F. Nygård||Steinar Thoresen||Egil Greve|
|Vice President Strategic Projects, Evonik Business Line Health Care||CIO, Department of Registry Informatics at the Cancer Registry of Norway||MEET THE SPEAKERS||Medical Director Abbvie||CEO Kappa bioscience, Vitamin K-2|
|Anne Lise Waal||Laurent M. Saunier||Tamara Mansfeld||Thorleif Jansen||Einar Leirvik|
|CEO/CTO Attensi||Head of Life Science department, VINNOVA||Global Innovation Lead, Pfizer Corporate Strategy||M.D. ,Medical Director,KRY||DNV GL, Marine Cybernetics Advisory|
|Erling Nordbø||Josep Carbó||Bjarte Bøe||Suzy Scholl||Kirsten Haugland|
|Managing Partner, Aleap||Alginate and Carrageenan R&D Manger, Managing Director FMC BioPolymer AS||Head of welfare technology||Coordinator of the RAIDs consortium (Rational Molecular Assessment Innovative Drug selection) and senior consultant in translational research for gynaecological cancers||Head of the Research and Prevention Department at the Norwegian Cancer Society|
|Arne Blix||Michael Gelinsky||Sebastian Eckl||Eulalie Landèche||Gard Thomassen|
|CEO, Friend Software Corporation||Prof. Dr., Professor and Head of Center for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research||Dr. Med, Siemens Healthineers, Residency in Radiology and Neuroradiology, Enterprise Services||R&D Scientist, Novadiscovery, pionner in in silico medecin (Lyon, France)||Division Head for Research Computing Services, and Assistant Director at USIT|
|Joakim Sundnes||Oliver Heinze||Umair Aslam||Morten L. Isaksen||Trond Helgerud|
|Associate Professor and Chief Research Scientist, Simula Research Laboratory in Oslo, Norway||Acting director of the Department of Medical Information Systems of the University Hospital Heidelberg||eHealth Lead, MSD Norway||CEO, Bio-Me||Alginate and Carrageenan R&D Manger, Managing Director FMC BioPolymer AS|
These companies are already part of the event.
What about you?
It is our pleasure and honor to present the second edition of 37°C taking place 19-20 June 2018.
The headline for 37 °C in 2018 is Digitalising health. In addition to plenary sessions there will be parallel sessions on Digitalising healthcare, Digitalisation in biotech, a Venture Session and Workshops on specific topics including nutrition. 37 ºC has a carefully crafted program, a stimulating exhibition, B2B meetings and venture session. The Norwegian Minister of Health will open the conference. Among the highlights is a lecture by Erik Halvorsen, Director at Texas Medical Center Accelerator (TMCx), as well as distinguished panels on the following topics:
The 2018 programme also includes a venture session and workshops on topics such as “food as medicine”.
We are looking forward to see you at 37°C in June! Don’t miss the opportunity to become part of this major event!
For more information, please contact:
Arne Hansson Rannestad, General Manager,
Cell: +47 940 10 236,
Hege Kristin Mellemstrand,
Cell: +47 913 89 668,