Programme of the dHealth 2019 Conference (preliminary)

dHealth 2019 offers various sessions: Scientific Sessions  , Application Sessions and Plenary Sessions

Sessions with majority of presentations given by health professionals, therefore of particular interest to health professionals, are marked with the docs4docs logo:

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Tuesday, 28th May 2019

Track 1
Digital Health Summit

(Room 8)
Track 2
Digital Health Summit

(Room 9)
Track 3
Digital Health Summit/
Scientific Conference

(Room 6)
Track 4
Scientific Conference

(Room 1)
09:00-10:30 DHS 1.1 - Neue digitale Anwendungen in der Kommunikation mit Patientinnen und Patienten (Herlinde Toth, Stadt Wien | DE) DHS 2.1 - Der/die Patient/-in im Mittelpunkt? - Nutzenpotenziale von dHealth aus Patientensicht (Herwig Ostermann | DE) DHS 3.1 - MDR, Auswirkungen auf Software für Anwender und Hersteller (Martin Mayer, LISAvienna | DE) Science 4.1 - Electronic Health/Medical/Patient Records (EN)
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-13:00 Opening Remarks:
Herwig Ostermann, GÖG on Behalf of the Austrian Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection
Elke Günther, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Günter Schreier, ÖGBMT, OCG

Keynote:
Title: "Clinical-grade Artificial Intelligence: Hype or Hope for Cancer Care"
Thomas Fuchs, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York

(Room 1 | EN)
13:00-14:00 Lunch break
14:00-15:30 DHS 1.2 - Zusammenarbeit Mensch und Maschine - erste Erfahrungen (Werner Leodolter, KAGes | DE) DHS 2.2 - ELGA - Aktuelles und mehr, (Günter Rauchegger, ELGA GmbH | DE) Workshop 3.2 - Funding and Promoting of Digital Health Research (LBG, FFG | EN) Science 4.2 - Finals Student Competition (EN)
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:30 DHS 1.3 - Telemedizin - Tele-Dermatologie und Telerehabilitation (Dietmar Bayer, ÖGTelemed | DE) DHS 2.3 - Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (Franz Öller, Tauernkliniken | EN) Science 3.3 - Poster Pitch (EN) Science 4.3 - Biomedical Data Analytics (EN)
17:30-18:30 Science 4.6 - Posters
(Room D | EN)
19:00- Social Evening - Traditional Viennese Vinyard Restaurant (Heurigen)

Wednesday, 29th May 2019

Track 1
Digital Health Summit

(Room 8)
Track 2
Digital Health Summit

(Room 9)
Track 3
Scientific Conference

(Room 6)
Track 4
Scientific Conference

(Room 1)
09:00-10:30 DHS 1.4 - Telegesundheitsdienste (Robert Modre-Osprian, AIT | DE) DHS 2.4 - Digital Twin in Healthcare (Johann Harer, Christoph Schreiner, HumanTechnologyStyria | DE) Workshop 3.4 - Telehealth Applications for Aging Well – Existing Solutions, Best Practices and Future Challenges (AAL Austria | EN) Science 4.4 - Machine Learning in Healthcare (EN)
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45 Keynote:
"Telemedicine in Germany: New Horizons and Challenges"
Gernot Marx
, University Hospital Aachen, RWTH Aachen - University of Excellence, Germany
(Room 1 | EN)
11:45-12:30 Keynote:
"The Importance of the Traceability of Rare Diseases Patients in Health Information Systems: The Role of the ORPHAcodification"
Ana Rath
, Director of Inserm US14 - Orphanet
(Room 1 | EN)
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-15:00 DHS 1.5 - Telemedicine for Follow Up of Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices in Austria and Europe (Stefan Sauermann, FH Technikum | EN) DHS 2.5 - Telemedizin in der Praxis (DE) Workshop 3.5 - Cross-Border Healthcare / European Reference Networks – IT Challenges and Solutions (Ruth Ladenstein, St. Anna Kinderkrebsforschung | EN) Science 4.5 - Design & Evaluation of User Interfaces and Patient Centered Solutions (EN)
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:00 Round Table - "From eHealth to dHealth - the True Role and Benefit of Data Driven Health & Care"
Awards Ceremony & Conference Closing
(Room 1 | EN)