Workshop

Online Workshop

November 16th – 17th, 2021

Innovation Flow in the Healthcare

Innovation Flow in the Healthcare
Innovation Flow in the Healthcare

Best practices and lessons learned on personalised medicine are essential to share among European regional institutions in order to promote innovation in healthcare. Therefore, it is necessary to build a strong and dynamic network of different national, regional and local stakeholders including academia, industry, and society, conforming the Quadruple Helix model.  Innovation based on patient-tailored approaches offers new technologies and advances in personalised medicine that will be used in hospitals and healthcare facilities, providing the creation of cost-effective and robust healthcare systems.

The outcomes and recommendations on personalised medicine of regional ecosystems are required to gain knowledge and experience as models to implement directly in our healthcare systems. In particular, innovation strategies focus on exploitation of Research + Innovation infrastructures, application of financial instruments and smart and future hospitals will act as a driving force for the promotion of innovation within the context of personalised medicine. Thus, international collaboration among parties interested in personalised medicine and health will offer an interactive interchange of best practices. Sharing experience will be a starting point for setting a new action plan for the development of new policies and enable regions to the readiness of the complete implementation of personalised medicine at the European regional level.

 

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Programme

Day 1, November 16th

09.25

Online registration

09.30

Host greetings from Galicia and Welcome Regions4PerMed: Aims of the Workshop

José María Romero Fidalgo – Director Health Development and Innovation Area (ACIS), Galicia (Spain)

09.35

Introduction Regions4PerMed: the project, aim of the workshop

Gianni D’Errico – R4PM Coordinator, Toscana Life Sciences Foundation, Firenze (Italy)

09.40

Galician Strategy on Personalised Medicine

José María Romero Fidalgo – Director Health Development and Innovation Area (ACIS), Galicia (Spain)

09.45

Galician Immunotherapy Manufacturing Center

Mariona Baliu-Piqué – Director of Cellular Therapy section, Galaria, Galicia (Spain)

SESSION I

Research and Innovation (R&I) models to foster innovation 

10.00

The NAGEN Scheme in Navarra

Prof. Angel Alonso Sánchez – Scientific Coordinator of the Navarra Strategy on Personalised Medicine, Navarra (Spain)

10.15

Fraunhofer IZI as an exemplary R&I infrastructure with high regional impact for Personalised Medicine

Dr. Thomas Tradler – Head of the Executive Department Business Development / Patent Management of Fraunhofer IZI, Leipzig (Germany)

10.30

Q&A

SESSION II

Financial instruments to support innovation

10.45

MedeA Project

Prof. Adriàn Llerena – Scientific Director of the MedeA Project, University Hospital of Badajoz, Extremadura (Spain)

11.00

The modernisation of healthcare through PCP

Gabriele Busti – Head of the office Investments for Research, Innovation and Technology Transfer, Lombardy (Italy)

Marco Penco – Research and New Products Manager,  Info Solution Spa, Lombardy (Italy)

11.15

Q&A

SESSION III

Smart and Future Hospitals

11.30

The potential of digital innovation for enhancing elderly health and social well-being

Valentina Polylas –  Director, EUREGHA

11.45

The Lombardy Cluster Technologies for Living Environments

Cristina De Capitani –  Cluster Manager,  Lombardy Cluster Technologies for Living Environments, Lombardy (IT)

12.00

Different projects from Scottish Government to approach innovative services to patients

Dr. Jay Bradley – Research fellow at Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre, Scotland (UK)

12.15

Q&A and Discussion

12.30

Wrap up and Conclusions

13.00

End of Day 1

Day 2, November 17th

09.15

Registration

09.30

Virtual in-situ visit to the University Hospital of Ourense

Capacity building

Co-creation meeting

12.20

Closed event for Interregional Committee

Moderator: Gianni D’Errico – Coordinator of Regions4PerMed, Fondazione Toscana Life Sciences, Tuscany (IT)

13.00

End of Day 2