• Christiane Lehrer

    Assistant Professor, CBS

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Østerbro
      01-12-2 - Organized by CBS

      New technologies like sensors and wearables provide novel opportunities to predict, prevent, and personalize healthcare services to increase patient value. The workshop participants will debate the organizational and societal implications of current trends like AI, digital nudging, and value-based healthcare. Following up on the presentations in the previous session “Digital Health Part I”, this session allows participants to discuss, network and exchange ideas on how to move the field further.

      Program:
      Introduction: “Introduction of CBS Digital Health research theme and impulse presentation based on “prototype” (interactive presentation)”, Daniel Fürstenau & Christiane Lehrer, Copenhagen Business School
      Debate: Roundtables (or booths) -> In-depth discussion about the organizational and societal implications of:
      1. AI and digital health,
      2. health behavior change through technology,
      3. value-based healthcare.
      Participants: all session participants Summing up: “What was discussed? What did we learn?” from each of the three topic areas, facilitated by Daniel Fürstenau & Christiane Lehrer

      Session coordinator: Christiane Lehrer, Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Digitalization Daniel Fürstenau, Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Digitalization
      Facilitator: Sine Zambach, Daniel Fürstenau & Christiane Lehrer
      Digital Health Part II: Technologies for specialized and personalised treatment along the patient pathway
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