19 November
20 November
21 November
Data capture to support the continuum of care


Erik Jylling

Easy and Equal Access to Care


Adapting healthcare to the digital future, the track will explore how innovative technologies - combined with re-thinking collaboration structures - can facilitate easy and equal access to the right healthcare services for all citizens and patients.

In the afternoon session of this track we take a look at how citizen or patient generated data can be used to create better individualized health and care experiences for the individual. We will also discuss how national infrastructures can be created to facilitate pro-active use of health and citizen generated data.

Target group

  • Health professionals from all sectors; municipalities, general practitioners, hospitals/regions, psychiatry
  • Managers from healthcare providers and other healthcare organisations
  • Project managers, researchers and IT staff from healthcare organisations
  • Companies in the field of health IT

Programme committee:

  • Erik Jylling, MD, MPM, Executive vice president, Danish Regions, Denmark
  • Lea Bohn, Innovation Consultant, Centre for Innovative Medical Technology, Odense University Hospital
  • Katrine Maruri Zorzabalbere, Event Consultant, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, Region of Southern Denmark
  • Katrine Schousbøll Leth, Development consultant, Centre for Health and Welfare Technology, City of Odense


Data capture to support the continuum of care and individualised healthcare services
Citizen and patient generated data is a much discussed topic in healthcare. But what is the actual potential of this data to support better care services for the individual person – and what does it take to get the right infrastructure to reap the benefits?

Presentations and speakers:

  • Working with patient generated data to create individual care experiences as part of the everyday life
    Dr. Joseph C. Kvedar, Vice President, Connected Health, Partners HealthCare and Professor, Harvard Medical School, USA

  • Why comprehensive collection of high-resolution data must be at the heart of any region or hospital's future and the value it delivers, supporting tomorrow's healthcare today
    Anne-Mette Bang, CEO, Cambio Healthcare Denmark

  • Short break

  • Using wearable data from citizens – the ethical perspective and consequences
    Anne-Marie Axø Gerdes, Chairperson, The Danish Council on Ethics

  • Establishing a national infrastructure for collection and (pro-)active use of citizen generated (health) data
    Don McIntyre, Design Director, The Digital Health & Care Institute, Scotland

  • National infrastructure for citizen generated data used for healthcare purposes - who and how?
    Mette Lindstroem Lage, Assistant Director, Danish Regions
Anne-Mette Bang
Don McIntyre
Dr. Joseph C. Kvedar
Mette Lindstroem Lage
Anne-Marie Gerdes