Tuesday
19 November
Wednesday
20 November
Thursday
21 November
Acute nursing at home

Chair

Hasse Petersen

Home-based Healthcare

In these years, European primary healthcare settings and services are continuously being transformed throughout the usage of ICT. This session will initially set the scene of where we are in terms of delivering healthcare services and the role of ICT within the primary health sector – including a panel discussion on the subject. Hereafter, the session will address the role of ICT in acute nursing of patients at home. This will include good practices and lessons learned of municipal support of GPs with the acute unwell citizens by offering home support, observations and monitoring. The session will also provide examples of different usages of ICT for monitoring purposes.

Target group

  • Decision makers, nurses, therapists, general practitioners and consultants from the primary healthcare sector
  • Decision makers, clinicians, nurses, therapists and consultants from the hospitals with an interest in providing home-based healthcare services and the role of ICT in the primary health sector
  • Researchers from universities

Programme commitee

  • Hasse Petersen, Chief Consultant,  Joint municipal secretariat of healthcare politics and innovation, Region Zealand, Denmark
  • Katrine Schousbøll Leth, Development consultant, Centre for Health and Welfare Technology, City of Odense
  • Lea Bohn, Innovation Consultant, Center for Innovative Medical Technology, Odense University Hospital
  • Katrine Maruri Zorzabalbere, Event Consultant, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, Region of Southern Denmark
  • Stine Haubro Falk, Chief consultant, The Department of the Elderly and Disabled, City of Odense


Opening remarks
/ Jane Clemensen

Acute nursing at home and the role of ICT
Setting the scene of where we are in terms of delivering healthcare services and the role of ICT within the primary sector
/ Rasmus Hjardem-Hansen

Organizing and equipping acute home nursing
Cases on how acute nursing at home can be organized and equipped to offer home support, observations and monitoring, and perspectives on collaboration with an emergency department.

  • Case 1 | Nordfyn Municipality / Carsten Andreasen
  • Case 2 | Svendborg Municipality / Inger Futtrup Nordgreen
  • Case 3 | FAM Odense

Panel discussion

 

Speakers
Rasmus Hjardem-Hansen
Jane Clemensen
Inger Futtrup Norgreen
Carsten Andreasen

Session introduction
/ Jane Clemensen

The future of Home based Healthcare
/ Kevin Dean 

Walk & Talk - company demos and dialogue

Speakers
Kevin Dean