Friday 28th August 2020
Virtual full day conference
Discover how digital health tools can enable health systems to respond to the escalating challenge of multimorbidity through providing more personalised and empowering care.
Objectives

During this grand finale of the EU sponsored C3-Cloud project you will learn how the innovative C3-Cloud ICT solution assists

Multidisciplinary healthcare teams in defining integrated and optimised multimorbidity treatments through

  • well aligned multi-disease guidelines
  • several clinical decision support services
  • the creation of personalised care plans, linking to data of each patient’s electronic health record.
Patients to contribute to the self-management of their condition through

  • access to their own care plan via a (mobile) patient empowerment platform
  • sharing current health data with their multi-professional care team for monitoring
  • joint decision making
Sustaining the C3-Cloud solution

C3-Cloud has been designed, implemented and evaluated in three healthcare environments in Spain, Sweden and the UK. It is now being sustained through a number of pathways that will be explained in the conference.

Programme

Biographies of the conference speakers are available here.

 

09:00 CEST (UTC+2)
Welcome
  • Theo Arvanitis, C3-Cloud Coordinator
  • Orestis Kalliantzidis, Policy and Programme Officer, European Commission
09:20
Societal challenge of multimorbidity and polypharmacy

 

  • Theo Arvanitis, University of Warwick
    C3-Cloud mission and high-level achievements in the area of multimorbidity
  • Robert Vander Stichele, Prof. of Clinical Pharmacology, University Ghent
    Polypharmacy from a clinical perspective
  • Chris Marguerie, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
    Clinical perspective and challenges of multiple guidelines
  • George Despotou, University of Warwick
    Drug-drug interaction service in C3-Cloud
  • Discussion
10:25
C3-Cloud solution demonstration
  • Sarah Lim Choi Keung, University of Warwick
    Introduction to digitally-enhanced integrated care
  • Mustafa Yüksel, SRDC, and Pontus Lindman, MEDIXINE
    C3-Cloud demonstration
  • Discussion
11:10
BREAK
11:25
Interoperability of systems
  • Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General, HL7 International Foundation
    International Patient Summary standards connected to EHRs: Lessons learned in Trillium II project
  • Gokce Banu Laleci Erturkmen, SRDC
    C3-Cloud architecture and technical solution
  • Discussion
12:05
Clinical decision support
  • Thomas Beale, Chief Architect, openEHR Foundation
    Success factors for guideline and clinical decision support in task planning and EHRs
  • Rong Chen, CEO, Cambio CDS
    Clinical decision support with GDL in C3-Cloud
  • Discussion
12:45
LUNCH BREAK
13:30
Patient empowerment and self-management
  • Nhu Tram, Research Project Officer, AGE Platform Europe
    Self-management and empowerment through technology: enablers and barriers for older adults
  • Pontus Lindman, MEDIXINE
    Benefits and challenges of patient empowerment platforms
  • Discussion
14:10
Information sharing and change management
  • Nathan Lea, Senior Research Associate, University College London, & Gunnar Klein, Prof. of Health Informatics, Örebro University and chairperson of the C3-Cloud Ethics Committee
    Protecting patient data: in conversation with Nathan Lea and Gunnar Klein
  • Tim Robbins, Academic Medical Registrar, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust
    Digitally integrated diabetes care
  • Dipak Kalra, EuroRec
    Organisational changes to get the best out of C3-Cloud
  • Discussion
15:00
What’s Next?
  • Malte von Tottleben,  empirica
    Evaluating C3-Cloud to plan for future development
  • C3-Cloud pilot sites
    Healthcare management and sustainability
  • Theo Arvanitis,  University of Warwick
    C3-Cloud business and exploitation plans
  • Esteban de Manuel, KRONIKGUNE
    ADLIFE project
  • Discussion
16:00
Closing remarks
16:15
END
Who should attend?

 Health professionals and healthcare managers
 Patient organisations
 Regional and European health authorities, health insurers
The health ICT industry
Scientists conducting research into multimorbidity or digital health