8.30am – 9.00am

Continental Breakfast

9.00am – 9.30am

Welcome & Introductions

Moderated by Katharina Janus and Murray Ross

9.30am – 1.00pm

Take a seat at one of three roundtables 

Table 1: Cost, Quality & Chronic Care (Moderator: Lawrence D. Brown)

  • How to design access to health and social services and how to tackle the resulting challenges?
  • Costs of care and the share of chronic diseases are steadily increasing – who should pay the bill in a high-performing healthcare system?
  • What does “a plan” for patients look like? Does an optimal treatment
    regimen exist?

Table 2: Big Data (Moderator: Federico Lega)

  • Methods in Medicine – is it necessary to measure complexity in order to model what we see?
  • Is big data useful for all challenges we are facing? If so, how do we integrate results and navigate the jungle in research and practice?
  • From clinical data to management decisions – how do we match the goals with the data we have?

Table 3: From Solo-Practice to Connected Enterprises – How Do We Manage? 
(Moderator: Theo B.C. Poiesz)

  • How to facilitate change when integrating care? What are the most promising approaches and principles?
  • How do we streamline structure, people, and supportive systems when integrating care? Where do we start and what do we emphasize when working with limited resources?
  • Who has the courage to really integrate and have we set our priorities

There will be a flexible snack & stretch break in the morning while discussions are ongoing at the tables.

1.00pm – 2.00pm

Networking Lunch

2.00pm – 3.30pm

Reporting Back: Sharing Insights and Lessons Learned From the Roundtables

  • Lawrence D. Brown, Columbia University: Cost, Quality and Chronic Care
  • Federico Lega, Bocconi University: Big Data
  • Theo B.C. Poiesz, Connected Enterprises

3.30pm – 4.00pm

Snack & Stretch Break

4.00pm – 5-00pm

Discussion and Conclusion

Moderated by Katharina Janus and Murray Ross