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Wired Health is back: here’s what to follow

Tuesday March 15 is the day of Wired Health 2022. The event of Wired dedicated to how digital is transforming the world of healthnow in its fifth annual edition, is back in presence starting tomorrow morning at 9:00 (until approximately 19:00) a Milan base. But you can also follow in streaming onlinein a free non-stop live broadcast, directly above on this page, or on the event site or on the social channels of Wired: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter e YouTube.

The Together theme and the 5 themes of the event

The theme chosen for this year’s edition is Together, with 25 appointments and over 35 Italian and international guests involved in meetings, talks, interviews and debates to explore innovative solutions and processes for the development of a health system that is increasingly effective, efficient, sustainable and fair. A need highlighted even more by the pandemic and post-pandemic scenario, which can only be answered through collaboration of all stakeholders involved and the development of new solutions and processes based on the use of digital technologies.

In particular, there are 5 topics addressed during the day. There centrality of people and the empowerment of patients, in a trend that is linked to the territoriality of medicine and the need for widespread healthcare close to real health needs. There governance of health systems, which in the new normality requires updated models adapted to emerging needs. THE more innovative and virtuous business models for the world of health, which are linked to the new sensitivities and attentions on the part of investment companies and venture capitalists. The digital therapies, emerging frontier between treatment options and demonstration of how digital can be the very active principle of a therapy. Finally, the technology transfer, between scientific research and developmentan indispensable link between medical science, the business world and health applications.

Guests and their interventions

To open the day, after the presentation of the new release – the number 100 – of the magazine of WiredSara Bart De Wittefounder of the Hippo Ai Foundation as well as one of the most famous and renowned European experts of digital transformation in the healthcare sector. On stage, talking about how to democratize artificial intelligence, will tell why the future of health care will remain uncertain until we know precisely who owns the data collected by the monitoring tools and the information related to medical diagnostics. The only two options we have before us are, in fact, open collaboration or privatization of health care. The complex relationship between datacracy and sanity it will also be the theme that will close the program, with Walter Ricciardi who will explain why intervening quickly and well with a radical change of course, taking advantage of the NRP but also of the opportunities offered by the big health data that we increasingly have at our disposal, is a priority to avoid a civil and social débâcle.

Among the major international guests of the day will be present at Wired Health Rolf Apweilerdirector of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Embl-Ebi), who will decline the theme Together by talking about participatory innovation through highly relevant initiatives such as AlphaFold, OpenTargets and COVID19 Data Platform. While Sumita Singhaarchitect, academic and award-winning author, will explain why the new hospitals of the 21st century will look different than what we are used to, and how to design a hospital that is – in every sense – sustainable. It’s still Blaž Triglavchief executive officer of Mediately, will speak about digital doctors and will present to Wired Health a survey launched by Mediately Research on a community of 160,000 European doctors.

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