Health Tuesday is a series of networking events addressing health and wellbeing themes. The event is organized by Business Finland on the first Tuesday of each month and it offers participants an excellent opportunity to discuss with health professionals, health tech companies, decision-makers, investors, and representatives of the public sector.
This edition of Health Tuesday will focus on the topic of digital therapeutics.
Digital therapeutics (DTx) is an exciting and growing field of are evidence-based therapies that complement pharmaceutical therapies and are typically employed in the prevention and management of chronic diseases and conditions such as diabetes, obesity, asthma and depression. As digital therapies collect data from the patient, they can be optimized for an individual patient while also collecting data for developing the therapies for future patients and accumulating data to measure outcomes for payers.
If you want to learn more about this exciting and rapidly growing area, join the Health Tuesday event.
Time: 2 November 2021 at 8:00-10:15
Participation in this event is free of charge but requires registration.
8.00 Opening Words
Sampo Sammalisto, Head of Personalized Health Finland, Business Finland
8.05 The promise of Digital Therapeutics
Johannes Ahlqvist, Specialist, Health Data, Sitra
Anssi Mäkiniemi, Head of X Lab, Orion
9.00 Health Tuesday event ends
9.15 Market opportunities Roundtable: Opportunities and examples in the Israel Digital Healthcare ecosystem
10.15 Roundtable session ends
Health Tuesday Oulu
Health Tuesday Oulu is back as a face-to-face networking event! To brighten up the first Tuesday morning of November, we get together at Business Asema to watch Business Finland’s live stream about digital therapeutics, hear what’s happening in the OuluHealth ecosystem, and of course network.
Time: 2.11.2021, 8:00-10:00
Place: Business Asema (room Ahjo, Hallituskatu 36B, Oulu)
Sampo Sammalisto (Business Finland’s agenda)
Head of Personalized Health Finland Program
Veera Virta (Oulu’s agenda)
Coordinator, CHT, University of Oulu
Source: Business Finland