Through an interdisciplinary and public-private project collaboration between health professionals, patients, private enterprises and research institutions, Patient@home is developing a number of new welfare-technology products and services that will contribute actively to the reduction of both the number and duration of admissions to Danish hospitals.
The goal is, during the life of the project, to develop 40 new products and services that will support the health sector's growing need for better and faster rehabilitation, more outpatient treatments and hospitalizations of patients in their own homes. The development of technologies for these purposes will minimize the pressure on, not least, hospital financial and human resources as well as increase patients' active involvement and motivation to take responsibility for their own health.
Omsorgspersonal, Tekniker/IT/Utvecklare, Chef/beslutsfattare, Forskare (även studerande), Upphandlare/inköp/ekonomi/HR Purchasers/acquisitions/economy/HR, Patientorganisationer/Brukarorganisationer, Vårdpersonal, Politiker, Verksamhetsutveckling
Innovativ/forskning, Exempel från verkligheten (goda/dåliga), Uppföljning/Nulägesbeskrivning, Test/validering, Nytta/effekt, Välfärdsutveckling, Kommun, Personcentrering, samverkan över organisationsgränser
Søren Møller Parmar-Sielemann Föreläsare
Søren Møller Parmar-Sielemann is a certified clinical engineer and Senior Consultant at Welfare Tech. Welfare Tech is a Danish national cluster and hub for innovation and business development in healthcare, homecare and social services. Welfare Tech is a membership organization with members from private industry, public organizations, and research and education institutions. He is an innovation manager and part of the executive board in Patient@home – the Danish national research and innovation platform for health and welfare technology.
Uffe Kock Wiil Föreläsare
Center for Health Informatics and Technology, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute, University of Southern Denmark
Professor, Ph.D., SDU – University of Southern Denmark