Technology forecast 1.
Mobin Yasini, Research & Development director at dmd Santé, is a medical doctor holding a Master of Public Health and a PhD in medical informatics from university of Paris (Sorbonne Universités). He is an mHealth expert and teaches medical informatics at the university of Paris (UPMC), Faculty of medicine.
With a team of 10 people including 3 doctors, his R&D project has led to create a new model to assess mHealth apps based on their provided uses cases: mHealth Quality program.
Haider Alleg A passionate trail-blazer and team leader in global multi-channels activities, business strategies and sales force effectiveness. In 2015, he founded Kainjoo®, a strategic consulting firm crafting brands through innovtion and drive the group since then. Haider is also a known as an international conference speaker and a serial entrepreneur, with the recent launch of the subscription services www.lesroisdupq.ch.
Min-Sung Sean Kim is Partner at XLHEALTH, a Berlin-based venture capital fund specializing in Digital Health Series A investments. He believes that healthcare startups with innovative solutions have the potential to create impactful social change. In leading the analyst team at XLHEALTH, Min-Sung has seen more than 2300 digital health startups in Europe and invested in companies including mySugr, Meedoc, NeuroNation and Harimata. Additionally, he offers insights, research and opinions on the European digital health startup ecosystem at www.DigitalHealthVC.com
Dr David Somekh. M.A., M.B., B.Ch.,PhD, FRCPsych. is a forensic psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and experienced clinician in management who retired from the UK NHS fourteen years ago. He has been involved in healthcare quality since 1988. He served as an NGO representative on the Advisory Committee of ISQuA (International Society for Quality Assurance) from 1995-1997, and on the Advisory Committee of the UK NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) from 1999-2004. He was a member of the Executive of the European Society for Quality in Healthcare since it was founded in 1998, was President 2005-7 and Vice-President 2007-9. He is a member of the EC expert group on Patient Safety and Health Quality. In 2009 he began a new career as a futurist, attending Said School of Business in Oxford to learn scenario planning. David and three colleagues set up EHFF, the European Health Futures Forum, as a not-for–profit network organisation in 2013 and he is currently Network Director. EHFF has served on the steering groups of both the EMPATHiE and PISCE tenders on patient empowerment and is now commencing, in partnership with EPF a further two year tender for DGSANTE on self-management in long term conditions, PROSTEP. EHFF has been active in the integrated care area (B3) of the EIP on AHA, the ChrodisJA joint action and leads a WP in a H2020 consortium on ICT enabled empowerment (PCP), EMPATICCS. Recently EHFF, with funding from the Bosch Foundation held a two day seminar in Berlin with 30 stakeholder representatives on issues related to early stage end-user involvement in eHealth product design.