Health Summit Presentation Page 2020
We would like to thank all our attendees, speakers, moderators, sponsors and associates for attending the Health Summit on Thursday last in Croke Park, Dublin. We hope you found the day and content of benefit to you and your organisation. Please see below links to the following post-event communications:
The Business Post report as featured on Sunday, February 9th
Joanne Shear MS, FNP-BC, President and CEO, Primary Care Transformation Experts, Former Clinical Program Manager, Office of Patient Care Services, Primary Care, Department of Veterans Affairs, USA
Aloha McBride, Global Health Advisory Leader, EY
STREAM ONE PRESENTATIONS
Göran Henriks, Chief Executive of Learning and Innovation, Qulturum, Jönköping County, Sweden
Dr. Adam Morris, Livewell Southwest CIC, UK
Dr. Padraig Collins, Senior Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Lead, APSI Roscommon
STREAM TWO PRESENTATIONS
Dr. Donal deBuitleir, Director General (Acting), the Institute of International and European Affairs and Chairman of the Independent Review to examine the removal of private practice from public hospitals
Dr. Brian Turner, Lecturer in Department of Economics, Cork University Business School, UCC.
STREAM THREE PRESENTATIONS
Martin Curley, Director Digital Transformation and Open Innovation, HSE
Jim Joyce, CEO and Co-Founder, HealthBeacon: Smart tools for managing medication
Chris Murphy, CEO, Bluedrop Medicale: Reducing the burden of Diabetic Foot Disease
Krystian Fikert, CEO and founder, MyMind: A not-for-profit community-based provider of accessible mental health care
Dr Ken Walsh, Medical Advisor, Servisource Healthcare: Insourcing: Innovative ways to unlock the potential of under-used hospital resource
Interview with Health Services Executive CEO, Paul Reid
Health Summit Highlights Video
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