Friday 12 de June 2020
17.00 h.

Big data and Innovation of health organizations in the post-COVID period

During the first of our virtual meetings, we were able to see how eHealth, understood as the set of Information and Communication Technologies (I.C.T.s), used in the health environment in terms of prevention, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, as well as health management, is going to be implemented exponentially. And the experts referred to several initiatives that had already been launched quite successfully, such as telemedicine and home delivery of medicines.

At the second meeting, the professionals discussed the different initiatives that have incorporated the voice of patients in the evaluation and integration of health technologies in clinical practice. It also highlighted some of the aspects that are being worked on more recently. That can be accelerated by the current crisis situation, such as those related to practical assessment of health outcomes, trying to incorporate variables that matter to patients.

Big Data platforms allow us to combine traditional mass data with individual and population data. These structures offer the possibility of organizing information effectively, integrating structured and unstructured data, together with those coming from the regular use of information and communication technologies (I.C.T.) by patients, professionals, and the general population. In addition, they allow data to be analyzed and visualized while generating predictive models and decision support systems. Big Data-based Technology drives more modern, patient-centered clinical management and clinical outcomes measurement, enabling us to measure the value of our interventions. The idea is to make a series of key indicators related to the disease available to health professionals to know the clinical situation of patients. This will enable management through dynamic dashboards that will help facilitate value-based decision-making and the most up-to-date information possible.

Michael Porter coined the concept of Value-Based Health Care. In this way, health systems must be evaluated by their capacity to generate health outcomes (that matter to patients) concerning the costs involved. Some consortiums such as ICHOM have been pioneers in developing a catalog of health results in various pathologies already being implemented in their organizations by various health centers. In addition, some platforms and software that have appeared on the market serve to build dashboards that are accessible to clinicians and middle managers and facilitate decision-making. However, a critical analysis of the current supply available is possibly missing.

Innovation, artificial intelligence, and Big Data lead us to a health transformation and a new paradigm of Medicine, the famous five Ps: preventive, predictive, personalized, participative, and population-based. This change process will generate multiple developments, including the Hospital of the future, which may force us to think about offering services without the need for a physical space in the Hospital. First, however, a connection will be necessary, both inside and out. Knowledge will be better shared and distributed. And possibly, we will have a patient who is increasingly connected, with more capacity to access information and, indeed, with more willingness to participate in health-related decisions.

To reflect on all these points, we have an excellent panel of opinion leaders with diverse areas of expertise. Bernardo Valdivieso, Director of Planning at Hospital La Fe; Inés Gallego, Deputy Director of Innovation and Quality at Hospital Universitario Cruces in BilbaoJordi Martínez, Director of Innovation and Digital Transformation of Hospital del Mar, Barcelona; and Julio García Comesaña, Manager of the Integrated Management Area of Vigo, who will be moderated by Luis Lizán, Director of Outcomes’10.

Webinar speakers

Big data and Innovation of health organizations in the post-COVID period
Sra. Inés Gallego Camilla
Sub-director of Innovation and Quality
Cruces University Hospital, Bilbao

Deputy Director of Innovation and Quality of O.S.I. Ezkerraldea Enkarterri Cruces (Osakidetza)

Degree in Political Science and Sociology from the Universidad de Deusto, and Master in Business Innovation Management, Inés has been working in the public health sector for over 15 years, particularly in the change management process. She started her professional activity in quality management 20 years ago. However, in the last ten years, she has been redirecting her career towards creativity and Innovation.

From OSIEEC, she coordinates the implementation of ICHOM standards in pathologies such as localized prostate cancer, ICTUS, breast cancer, cleft lip palate, or chronic inflammatory digestive disease, among others.

Official trainer of the '6 Thinking Hats' (E. de Bono) in creativity and lateral thinking techniques. Trained in 'Patient Experience' by the Universidad de Mondragón and L.K.S. and expert in Customer Experience Management by the Spanish Association of Quality Trained in Design thinking and LEAN health, she has applied her knowledge in recent years the transformation and Innovation of the system.

Big data and Innovation of health organizations in the post-COVID period
Sr. Julio García Comesaña
Manager
Sanitary Area, Vigo

Current Manager of the Integrated Management Area of Vigo and previously Ourense, Verine Barco de Valdeorras. Once, Julio was Director of Assistance Processes of the Integrated Management Organisational Structure of Vigo. In addition, Julio held the post of Assistant Director-General of Healthcare Planning and Organisational Innovation of the Galician Healthcare Service and coordinated the Galician Strategy against Cancer.

Specialist in Hospital Radiophysics develops its assistance activity in Povisa y Meixoeiro Hospitals, in Vigo, and Hospital Vall D'Hebron in Barcelona, between 1993 and 2005. In the field of management, he held the position of Centre Director and Operations Director at the Complexo Hospitalario Universitario de Vigo between 2005 and 2011.

He is particularly interested in Innovation and research as he is part of a team of numerous European health innovation projects focused on telemedicine and continuity of care, among others. He has worked in the areas of radiotherapy, nuclear Medicine, radiodiagnosis, radiological protection, health management and planning, clinical management, innovative public procurement, Innovation, telemedicine, healthcare integration, and healthcare continuity.

Big data and Innovation of health organizations in the post-COVID period
Dr. Bernardo Valdivieso
Planning Director
La Fe Hospital, Valencia

Director of the Planning Area, Hospital Universitario y Politécnico La Fe, Valencia.

Dr. Bernardo Valdivieso has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Universidad de Valencia, a specialist in Family and Community Medicine, and Doctor' Cum Laude' from the Universidad de Murcia.

Currently Director of the Planning Area of the Valencia 'L.A. F.E.' Health Department of the Clinical Management Area of Home Care and Telemedicine of the Valencia 'L.A. F.E.' Health Department.

Director of the Big Data and Digital Health Platform of the L.A. F.E. Health Research Institute.

Principal Researcher of the Joint Research Unit in I.C.T.s applied to the reengineering of health processes of the L.A. F.E. Health Research Institute.

Big data and Innovation of health organizations in the post-COVID period
Dr. Jordi Martinez
Director of Innovation and Digital Trasnformation
Hospital del Mar, Barcelona

Dr. Jordi Martínez Roldán was born in Barcelona in 1967. He has a degree in Medicine from the U.A.B. and is a specialist in Family and Community Medicine; he worked as a family doctor in primary and specialist care.

He has led different teams and projects that implement technological innovations and I.C.T.s in the health system. He was responsible for quality methodology and evaluation at the SAP Baix Llobregat Litoral of the I.C.S., medical director of the Hospital Comarcal Alt Penedès, and later Care Director at the Hospital General de Catalunya, Head of the Care Management and Integration Area of the Care Management of the I.C.S. and Director of Innovation of the Fundación Tic Salud Social de la Generalitat de Cataluña.

He holds a Master in Health Institutions Management (U.A.B.) and Master in Health Organisations Management by ESDAE and has studied the IESE General Management Program.

He is currently the Director of Innovation and Digital Transformation of the Parc Salut Mar – Hospital del Mar.

He has been responsible for assembling the Claror sports hall (Barcelona) as an assistance device to tackle the COVID pandemic in Barcelona.

He has also collaborated as a consultant with different local and international organizations (WHO).

Big data and Innovation of health organizations in the post-COVID period
Luis Lizán
CEO
Outcomes´10

Outcomes'10 is a scientific and strategic consultancy specializing in Health Outcomes Research, Health Economics, and Market Access, collaborating with the Pharmaceutical Industry, Health Technology Industry, Health Professionals, Scientific Societies, Patient Associations, Business Schools, and Universities to develop innovative projects.

We are a multidisciplinary team of more than twenty professionals located in the excellent environment offered by the Science, Business, and Technology Park of Universidad Jaime I, which allows us to maintain a dynamic, agile and collaborative relationship with other working groups in the area of health and new technologies applied to management and research.

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