ProgramJoin us for the 4th edition of the Health&Tech Summit to be held on the 15th of December in Paris.
This year, the focus will be on Point-of-Care Innovation Models
Seize this opportunity to connect with a plethora of experts and health decision-makers from different countries.
Welcome Speech : 1pm - 1.10 pm
Sandrine Degos, CEO Care Insight
Keynote 1 Poc Innovations from Promises to Real Life : 1.10 pm - 1.20 pm
Lise Rochaix, Professor, Scientific Chair, Hospinnomics (Hospital Innovation Economics), Paris School of Economics and AP-HP
PoC : Changing the lens: from patients to citizens
1.20 pm - 2.05 pm
- David Bates, Professor Healthcare Policy Management at Harvard University and Chief of General Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Ran Ballicer, CEO at Clalit Health Services and BGU Professor
- Olivier du Frenoye, Innovator - Explorer and CEO at Echopen SA
- Christophe Jacquinet, Chair Care Insight Think tank
Panel 1 Defining PoC innovations. While some PoC innovations emerged long ago, they only recently entered the public debate as such. This session intends to raise interest as a kick-off for the conference.
- What’s new? What’s ahead?
- How do PoC innovations compare with previous disruptive innovations?
- Provide a horizon scanning and a vision of technological disruptions ahead
2.05 pm - 2.50 pm
2.50 pm - 3.35 pm
- Olusoii O.Adeyi, Chair-Former Director of Health for World Bank
- Amit Thaker, Executive Chairman at Africa Health Business
Panel 2. Identifying PoC innovations’ potential.PoC innovative models enable more rapid clinical decision-making and better resource utilization. This panel will present different experiences from emergent countries to foster a debate POCs’ value from societal and environmental perspectives.
- Environmental and societal impacts
- Global impacts: HICs versus LMIC
3.35 pm - 3.45 pm
Keynote 2 : 3.45 pm - 3.55 pm
Kate Wilson, CEO Digital Impact Alliance - a "think,do, replicate" tank housed at the United Nations Foundation
PoC : Necessary conditions for a ‘valuable’ development
3.55 pm - 4.40 pm
- Petter Pitts, President of Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
- John Bridges, Professor at The Ohio State University
- Herve Le Louet, CEO - Uppsala Monitoring Centre
- Frank Lichtenberg, Cain Brothers & Company Professor oh Healthcare Management at Columbia University - Reseacrh Associate at national Bureau of Economic Research
Panel 3. Investing in Human Capital- Lifting Barriers. Despite significant investments from both private and public sectors, PoC innovations still face various barriers, from health literacy to regulatory requirements, or technical /ethical challenges.
- Enabling citizen’s health literacy
- Facilitating workforce specific skills’ acquisition while ensuring technical interoperability and addressing ethical issues
4.40 pm - 5.25 pm
- Fred Horne, Professor Alberta University- MOH Alberta,
- Valerie Paris, Membre du Collège de la Haute Autorité de Santé France,
- Jeremy Veillard, Senior Health Specialist Latin America and the Caribbean at The World Bank
- Alexo Esperato, Melinda and Bill Gates Foundations (tbc)
Panel 4. Health Technology Assesment: Expected benefits and costs. Health Technology Assessment: evaluation schemes, realistically assessing the economic value of PoC innovations.
- Sharing evidence across countries and international institutions
- Tailoring methods to PoC innovations’ special features
5.25 pm - 6.10 pm
6.10 pm - 6.20 pm
Paving the way to ‘fair’ Pricing & Reimbursement
6.20 pm - 7.05 pm
- Don Berwick, Harvard Professor.Healthcare Policy.CEO and founder Institute Healthcare Improvement. Medicare & Medicaid Services.(ACA) and AHRQ
- Ariel Stern, Poronui Associate Professor of Business Administration Technology and Operations Management Unit at Harvard Business School
- Eliana Barrenho, Senior Health Economist at OECD
- Juan Pablo Uribe, Former Minister of Health, Colombia (tbc)
Panel 5. Balancing individual, societal and industrial stakes. New costs derived, financing and reimbursement schemes hurdles.
- Understanding stakeholders’ interests and their interactions
- Investigating early advice’s potential
- Designing new financing and reimbursement schemes
7.05 pm - 7.50 pm
7.50 pm - 8.00 pm
Keynote 3 : 8 pm - 8.10 pm
Don Berwick: Harvard Professor.Healthcare Policy.CEO and founder Institute Healthcare Improvement. Medicare & Medicaid Services.(ACA) and AHRQ
Closing: 8.10pm - 8.20 pm
Sandrine Degos, CEO Care Insight