Covid-19 requires new solutions in healthcare – webinar and One2One virtual meetings
While the health sector is trying to adapt to ongoing changes, new solutions are needed. How can innovative health tech companies help overcome current and future pandemics?
Nordic Proof invites Nordic Health Tech companies to hear about new challenges facing hospitals and municipalities in the Nordics. Covid-19 has overnight changed the organization of treatment and care at hospitals, in municipalities and at GP’s. The pandemic has accelerated the need for new innovative solutions through partnerships with health tech companies.
At the webinar, you will hear more about the current and long-term needs for innovations and services accelerated by the corona outbreak.
Time: 26 May 2020, 9:00-11:30
Place: Online (hosted from Oslo, Norway)
The webinar is aimed at companies that would like to test their solutions in an end-user setting. A special focus will be on innovations related to Covid-19. However, any med tech or e-health company, which needs access to test facilities is welcome to join this event and benefit from one2one meetings with the Nordic Proof partners after the webinar.
09:00 Welcome and short intro to Nordic Proof and the program, Siri Stabel Olsen, Coordinator Nordic Proof
09:10 Home treatment and monitoring , Charlotte Kira Kimby, VihTek Copenhagen and Marit Hagland, Norwegian Smart Care Lab
09:30 Company cases with experience from Nordic Proof
09:50 Relevant National funding programs Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark, Bent-Håkon Lauritzen, Coordinator Nordic Proof
10:00 How to apply for services via Nordic Proof and closing of webinar, Siri Stabel Olsen, Coordinator Nordic Proof
10.10 One2One meetings in separate online meeting rooms, Moderated by Bent-Håkon Lauritzen, Coordinator Nordic Proof
11:30 End program
The Nordic Proof partners include Sunnaas Sykehus (NO), Danderyds Sjukhus (SE), HUS Helsinki University Hospital (FI), Oslo University Hospital (NO), Nordic Medtest (SE), Oulu Health Labs (FI), VihTek Test Center for Health Technologies (DK) and Norwegian Smart Care Lab (NO).
Source: Nordic Proof