1 hour webinar - 16th February 4-5pm Our guest speaker, Jonathan Larbey, CEO of T-Pro will describe the company's journey from becoming established in the Irish market, to growing the platform to 85,000+ active users across the globe, operating in the UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. He will discuss customer acquisition, building a platform and scaling operations and how T-Pro uses AWS cloud-based tech infrastructure to accelerate growth internationally. He will also be sharing his insights into the do's and don'ts, and learnings gained from the journey.
Innovation Days, also known as I-Days, promote health innovation among university students through dozens of one-day and two-day programmes held in academic institutions around Europe. Students from all academic areas receive an introduction to practical health innovation tools and compete in teams to tackle real-life health challenges posed by EIT Health, local organisations, private corporations or start-ups. The winning team of each i-Day will attend the Winners’ Event, a final competition that unites students from around Europe.
Webinar 6 "Cybersecurity in Digital Health" As businesses, large and small, develop a data-driven culture data privacy and security become progressively more important. Build an analytical roadmap mindset with regard to cybersecurity.
Webinar 5 "GDPR and Data Privacy" EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the roles of controllers and processors and when is it necessary to hire a Data Protection Officer (DPO). Is GDPR is a directive or regulation?
Webinar 2 Building Healthcare Solutions around Customer Needs For product developers, marketers, and innovators, a good understanding of customer needs is fundamental. Learn a basic framework for defining customer needs, as well as practical tips on how to identify needs through research that will improve your innovation success rates. Gavin O'Duffy, Product Strategy Consultant brings a wealth of experience from years of innovating for Microsoft, AWS, HP. Lauren Byrne speaks to her experience innovating with Isaac Care to assist older people with independent living.
Webinar 1 "Interoperability in healthcare apps" Interoperability is the ability of different information systems, devices and applications to access, exchange, integrate and cooperatively use data in a coordinated manner, within and across organisational, regional and national boundaries, to provide timely and seamless portability of information and optimize the health of individuals and populations globally.
Webinar 3 "Medical Device Regulation EU". Peter Donnelly, MedZone Solutions will explain what MDR is, how to comply, the benefits of compliance and the consequences of non-compliance. Aidan Boran, GaitKeeper.ie, will discuss his journey through the MDR framework to having GaitKeeper classified as a Class 1 medical device.
#eHealthEmbark module 6 focuses on procurement. The outcome of this module will be that participants will have a good understanding of public sector procurement both from the perspective of the vendor and or the customer. They will be ready to broach the final task of pitching to an expert panel to win $100,000 AWS credits.
Hak Salih @haksalih will outline how startups solutions are adopted by public sector healthcare customers across Europe, Middle East and Africa. His role in Amazon Web Services (AWS) is to foster the growth of vibrant healthcare innovation ecosystems. Jon Avent @jpavent Brunswick MedTech is passionate about the adoption of smart technological solutions to improve patient outcomes and help clinical teams with efficacy and efficiency. #business #innovation #healthcare #health #growth #startups #help
eHealthEmbark Module 2 takes place on 5th May. Peter Donnelly of Medzone Solutions and Tapa Healthcare DAC will guide participants on medical device validation and software regulation. Daniel Kyne of OpinionX will do a deep dive into Customer Discovery through to Customer Validation.
dConnect, the Digital Health Innovation Hub & Connected Health & Wellbeing Cluster are delighted to partner with GS1 on this seminar. Traceability is becoming increasingly important and can be a competitive factor for startup and scaling companies as they target public healthcare providers who are increasingly factoring traceability as part of supplier tendering criteria.
A.I. and optimizing data are now important, and are practically used, in all industries and types of businesses. This session simplifies A.I. and gives you an insight as to how it can be applied in the context of your business.
Negotiation is a life skill and particularly relevant in Sales and Investment. This workshop will provide you with guidance on what to consider when negotiating, how to prepare for and conduct a negotiation for best outcomes. Open to, and useful to, anyone in business.
This workshop will help you in reviewing Local, National & International and associated requirements. It will provide you with an understanding of cross border collaboration opportunities, needs and new markets due to ongoing pandemic. Understanding Brexit issues, risk and opportunities will be covered with respect to funding.
Why attend this workshop? To build an understanding of current landscape need, challenges, opportunities, benefits and progress in eHealth digital transformation. To understand the importance of speaking to customers and users to understand their needs.
Data Quality and Integrity is fundamental to long term organisational success and informs key decision making across many Healthcare and business sectors.Quality-committed organisations recognise the need to improve their data practices and prevent data loss or corruption.
There is a huge need now to ensure data privacy and security across all industries. Data collection and analysis is becoming an integral part of business strategy and with that comes responsibility. It is imperative that businesses, large and small, develop a data-driven culture to optimally use data in decision making. Equally important is awareness and implementation of cybersecurity.
As the new Medical Device Regulation rolls out across Europe companies, including those with Digital Health solutions, face new regulations in order to get their solutions to market. All companies face challenges in ensuring understanding the new MDR. They need to ensure that their processes, quality management systems and outputs meet the new regulatory requirements.
Why attend? Digital Transformation is inevitable for all organisations, whether providing solutions to the healthcare system or as a healthcare provider. It is not something that most companies have a plan, model or budget for so often the needs within the organisation, and/or a customers’ organisation have to be identified and a business case for digital transformation needs to be developed.
On 25th May, Dundalk Institute of Technology will officially launch dconnect, a digital health innovation hub based in DkIT’s Regional Development Centre. dConnect is a bridge between business, the healthcare sector, universities and society. Early-stage businesses have access to education and a network to support their growth. Large businesses and investors have a view of leading-edge innovation.