Healthcare Shapers Perspectives Guest: Erkan Hassan, PharmD, FCCMChief Clinical Officer, Sepsis Program Optimization Innovative technology alone does not ensure success.  Clinicians and technology groups are accustomed to working in divergent methods and cultures.  Combining the 2 approaches is critical for success. Healthcare poses unique characteristics for innovators vs other industries. Innovators need to determine the

Personalisierte Medizin: Fortschritt – nur für wenige, oder doch für alle?

Personalised medicine is the topic at medical congresses and attracts the crowds. The hottest topics are cell & gene therapies and RNA therapies.  The two approved cell therapies, Kymriah (Novartis) and Yescarta (Kite/Gilead) are so-called “CAR-T” therapies, which use autologous cells, i.e., the patient’s own T-cells. In the laboratory, the T-cells are modified using the

Healthcare Shapers Perspectives Guest: Joe McMenamin, MD, JDPrincipal, McMenamin Law Offices PLLC Advocates say artificial intelligence will revolutionize healthcare through drug discovery, improved diagnostic accuracy, and more wisely chosen therapies. Critics claim that AI is plagued by algorithm failures, cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and rampant bias, such that it will destroy privacy, fairness, professional job security, and

Healthcare Shapers Perspectives Guest: Christian Milaster, MSFounder & CEO, Ingenium Digital Health Advisors The Digital Health Revolution is now fully upon us with investments totaling over $60 Billion dollars over the past 10 years. But the problem is not the lack of innovation. The problem is the lack of innovation adoption. The incumbent health care

virtuelle Konferenzen

Translated with (free version) While even the Munich Oktoberfest with over 6 million expected visitors was cancelled due to the coronavirus, online conferences and virtual events are shooting up like mushrooms. What does this mean and what do you have to pay attention to as an organizer?  Organizers are venturing new ways from presence