Healthtech Summit 2021
What are the mega trends in healthcare? What is the role of hospitals and clinicians in driving innovation? How do we attract investments to healthtech innovation?
Denmark must be a beacon for health innovation and healthtech. To succeed with this mission, we need to address the importance of health innovation and healthtech, the Danish strengths within health innovation and healthtech, the challenges that the Danish healthcare system faces and how to best address those challenges. We need to learn from international successes and insights, and strengthen collaboration across private and public partners both nationally and internationally.
On September 30, a long list of public and private partners therefore invite you to join us for Healthtech Summit 2021. It will be an exciting day where both national and international representatives from the entire healthtech ecosystem present their perspectives on healthtech innovation. Healthtech Summit aims to create a greater political focus on healthtech and health innovation by showcasing concrete models, solutions and insights. It will help boost the innovative capacity of the Danish healthcare system, which then will be equipped to meet both current and future challenges.
The event is aimed at civil servants and politicians at state, regional and municipal level, research and educational institutions, businesses, persons working with healthcare, relevant special interest groups, investors and funds, patients and relative among others.
Looking forward to see you.
- Andrew Rubin, Vice President, Medical Center for Clinical and Ambulatory Affairs, NYU Langone
- Bente Ourø, Hospital of Northern Zealand, Denmark
- Ronni Gamzu, professor, CEO, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
- Jonas Dahl, Hospital Randers
- Helle Pappot, Rigshospitalet
- Søren Niemi Helsø, Lægeforeningen
- Stephanie Lose, president, Danish Regions
- Dr. Nicky Libeermann, Head of Community Medicin, Clalit Health Services
- Gabriella Apiou, Director Strategic Alliances Mass General Hospital
- Henning Langberg, Head of Innovation, Rigshospitalet, Denmark
- Eyal Zimlichman, Deputy Director General, Sheba Hospital
- Finn Olesen, lecturer Aarhus University
- Michael Bech, Head of Research, VIVE Health
- Lone Noltensmejer, Social and health care assistant and inventor
- Noëlle Larsen, Nurse and inventor