16-17 October 2014 Villa Fondo Tagliata Via Dorando Pietri 23, Mirandola (MO) Ageing wealth From cradle to ageing well perspectives in chronic diseases healthcare management. Investigating alternative paths. European conference focused on services, technologies and innovative solutions to improve healthcare management and living conditions of patients aﬀected by chronic and rare disease, not only aged people but also workining people and children. Conference is addressed to all categories involved in healthcare: institutions, hospitals, universities and research centres, enterprises, charities. The Conference has received funding from: Is held under the patronage of: And sponsored by: Ageing wealth From cradle to ageing well perspectives in chronic diseases healthcare management. Investigating alternative paths. Program The age profile of the EU is expected to change dramatically in the coming decades. According to the EU’s reports nearly one third of Europeans will be 65 or over by 2060, in a total EU population: while the overall population will be slightly higher, it will be also much older. While this is a major achievement, having more people living longer poses significant challenges such as identify innovative strategies for a modern, comprehensive and sustainable economies and welfare systems. Conference is organized with the aim to promote health theme through European dialogue between October, 16th 2014 9.30 am Registration open 10.00 am Greeting from authorities Giuliana Gavioli Representative of Democenter-Sipe Foundation Medical Sector Aldo Tomasi Scientific Coordinator of Mirandola Technopole Maino Benatti 1.00 pm Lunch break SECOND PLENARY SESSION Technologies and solutions allowing healthy and independent living across life course Moderator: Aldo Tomasi Scientific Coordinator of Mirandola Technopole Mayor of Mirandola Municipality Luciano Vecchi Head of the Productive Activities, Department of the Emilia-Romagna Region Gian Carlo Muzzarelli 2.00 pm ICT/Telemedicine Integrating health and social care. The role of ICT Kai Leichsenring European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research Mayor of Modena Municipality Sergio Ferrari Vice Rector, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia 2.20 pm ICT/Telemedicine Lessons from the present market in EU and USA (B2B2B model) Thomas Olesen Qualcomm Inc FIRST PLENARY SESSION Focus on chronic diseases management Moderator: Aldo Tomasi Scientific Coordinator of Mirandola Technopole 2.40 pm ICT/Telemedicine Standards and interoperability of services based on standardized equipment and protocols Bridget A. Moorman 10.30 am Models for chronic diseases management The Continua Health Alliance, Europe Sustainable models for health-care and social systems Joana M. Mora Amengual KRONIKGUNE 10.50 am Models for chronic diseases management Models for redesigning health and care services 3.00 pm ICT/Telemedicine A real working example of the integration of social service and healthcare Nicolò Girolimetto Italian Telemedicine and e-Health Society Stuart Anderson School of Informatics, Edinburgh University 11.10 am Business model case study Business Models for mobile solutions and Independent living Marta Ribeiro IESE Business School, University of Navarra 3.20 pm Round table Developing Telemedicine services and Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Special Guests: Maria Dolors Nuñez Generalitat de Catalunya Enrico Tardocchi 11.30 am Coffee Break Europ Assistance Samuele Baruch 12.00 am EIP on AHA European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (overview) Europ Assistance 3.45 pm Break Andrea Pavlickova Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare Technology impact on caregivers THIRD PLENARY SESSION Technologies and solutions allowing healthy and independent living across life course Licia Boccaletti Moderator: Aldo Tomasi 12.20 am Quality of life Anziani e non solo soc. coop. 12.40 am Best practices Scientific Coordinator of Mirandola Technopole 4.00 pm Domotics Current practices in Greece – The crisis as an opportunity Stakeholders’ initiatives for the integration of chronic patients’ care Improved quality of life for patients affected by chronic diseases by telehealth services Theodore Vontetsianos Drago Rudel MD PhD, EIP on AHA Greek Network Coordinator MKS Electronic Systems Ltd private industries, research institutions and funding policies, with a particular focus on most common illnesses and chronic diseases management. Conference will address following issues: • innovative approaches for chronic diseases prevention development and sharing; • tools and devices for patients with chronic diseases design and implementation; • life conditions of patients with chronic diseases improvement; in particular supporting: a longer, active 4.20 pm Domotics and healthy life for elderly patients, job placement for adults and school attendance for children. Addressees: All categories involved in healthcare: institutions, hospitals, universities and research centres, enterprises, charities. Poster session will be held during the Conference to exhibit and present researches projects, significant experience and prototypes related to the Conference’s topics. 5.20 pm Round table Technological Support for Persons with Dementia. The Viennese part of the SPES project - Support to Patents through E-Service Solutions Tele-Homecare and Biomedical devices Christine Petioky AUSL Ferrara Vienna Social Fund Special Guests: Marco Lodi Paola Corna Pellegrini Allianz Global Assistance 4.40 pm Domotics INNOVAGE. Social innovation supporting the housing conditions of older persons Torbjorn Svensson CASE - Lund University FOCUS GROUP Startup, ICT and Healthcare 5.40 pm Poster area networking time 5.00 pm Domotics Reinventing modern textiles for an Ageing Society 6.15 pm End of the first day Ann Blaylock Research Institute of Textile Chemistry and Textile Physics, LeopaldFrazens University of Innsbruck October, 17th 2014 10.00 am Registration open 11.50 am Prevention Indipendent and integrated life for older persons Ilenia Gheno FOURTH PLENARY SESSION Prevention of chronic conditions and diseases across the life cycle Moderator: Massimo Dominici University of Modena and Reggio Emilia 10.30 am Prevention Airways ICPs Davide Caimmi University Hospital of Montpellier AGE (European Older People’s) Platform 12.10 am Round table Gamification Special Guests: Francesca Corrado WellB Lab Lucia Pannese Imaginary s.r.l. Ilaria Mariani IMAGIS Lab, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano 10.50 am Prevention Cardiovascular diseases’ prevention 1.00 pm Lunch break Tomasz Kostka Department of Geriatrics/Healthy Ageing Research Centre (HARC) Medical University of Lodz FIFTH PLENARY SESSION Capitalizing on Conference network 11.10 am Prevention The SmartCare Project and the regional strategies for integrated care delivering Gian Matteo Apuzzo Local Health Authority 1 Trieste - SmartCare Project 11.30 am Prevention Previous experience, needs and expectations of Public Health Providers Giancarlo Garuti AUSL Reggio Emilia, UO Pneumologia 2.00 pm Networking opportunities Capitalizing on the Conference: - Staying in the net: EPSON, NoE, ERA-NET, COST - Public private partnership on ICT PSP - AAL call for proposal - (Cooperation HEALTH, NMP, ICT) Horizon2020 calls - Public Health Joint Actions and Projects Costantino Raspi Democenter-Sipe Foundation 2.45 pm Round table Expression of interest collection 3.15 pm Greetings Stuart Anderson School of Informatics, Edinburgh University Stuart Anderson is deputy chair of the Scottish Digital Health and Care Innovation Partnership that coordinates all the relevant health and care stakeholders to champion the adoption of modern digital approaches to health and care delivery. He also leads the development of the Digital Health Institute a new Innovation Centre that brings together public sector, companies, research and education to support a design-led innovation process in the Health and Care sector. He is also Professor of Dependable Systems in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh. Speakers Gian Matteo Apuzzo Samuele Baruch Local Health Authority 1 Trieste - SmartCare Project Europ Assistance Urban sociologist, PhD in Social Sciences, with long time experience in consultancy, teaching and researching (Italy, Europe, Western Balkans, Brazil and Cambodia). He has also worked for international organizations such as OECD and IOM. He is currently senior expert and project manager in EU funded projects for the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in the health and social sectors (active ageing, social inclusion and innovation). He is among coordinators of the D4 Action Group of the EIP-AHA. Currently in Europ Assistance Italy (Generali Group), Medical Director, responsible of the Health Department and the 24h Medical Unit. MD, PhD in Odontosthomatology, Master in Oral Surgery, He joined the company in 1999. With his pool of physicians , he is in charge of the health claims management, of specialist medical consultations and he develops and manages all the innovative products in health field. Ann Blaylock Licia Boccaletti Research Institute of Textile Chemistry and Textile Physics, Leopald-Frazens University of Innsbruck Anziani e non solo soc. coop. Research Assistant for The University of Innsbruck, Ann Blaylock is Project Manager for TAGS Project for The Research Institute for Textile Chemistry and Textile Physics. The institute was founded in 1982 as a scientific institute of the University of Innsbruck to increase the research and development activities in this important industrial field. It is situated in Vorarlberg, where a main part of the Austrian textile industry is located, about 180 km from the University at Innsbruck. TAGS Project began its activity in January 2011 and will run for a period of 4 years, ending in December 2015. Licia Boccaletti works as European Project Manager for the Italian NGO “Anziani e non solo”, active in the field of social research and community development and especially focusing on older persons and their formal and informal carers. She has been involved in several local, national and European projects aimed at training and empowerment of formal and informal caregivers. Since 2010, she has been a member of the Executive Committee of Eurocarers, the European Association Working for Carers. Davide Caimmi Paola Corna Pellegrini University Hospital of Montpellier Allianz Global Assistance Davide Caimmi is currently working at the University Hospital of Montpellier, in the department of Pediatric (respiratory diseases unit) and in the department of Respiratory Diseases (Cystic Fibrosis center and Research Unit). He was born in Italy and after studying at Med School and having a Pediatric residency in Pavia, took a supplementary specialty in Allergy (Montpellier, France) and a diploma in Pediatric respiratory diseases (University of Paris 6, France). Paola Corna Pellegrini is CEO of Allianz Global Assistance Italy since October 2011. She has over 30 years of management experience as Marketing Director, BU Manager and CEO, formerly working for some of the most important international companies in the Assistance and Pharmaceutical fields (Henkel Cosmetic, Europ Assistance, Novartis Consumer Health, Zambon Pharma). She is one of the top 72 manager and professional women selected by the “Ready for Board Women” jury in Italy as potential candidate to be member of important public and private companies Board of Directors. Francesca Corrado Massimo Dominici WellB Lab University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Francesca Corrado is Vice president of Spin off Well_B_Lab, Vice president of Confcooperativa Young Entrepreneurs (Modena), member of GenderCAPP - Center of Analysis of Public Policies at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. She holds a international Ph.D on History Economic Thought. Amongst her recent paper: “Il gioco è benessere”, in M. Bertolo and I. Mariani (eds), “Game Design. Gioco e giocare tra teoria e progetto”, Pearson, Italia, “Politiche ed esperienze di sviluppo umano locale”, in E. Chiappero Martinetti (ed), “Politiche per uno sviluppo umano sostenibile”, Carrocci, Roma. Hematologist/oncologist with a strong attitude for biomedical research focused on cells as tools for regenerative medicine and drug delivery. After a training in US he now drives, as faculty at the Univesity of Modena & Reggio Emilia, a team of 15 PhD and Post-doc. About 80 peer-revised manuscripts, 6 patents, 2 books and 2 book chapters. One start-up founded. Twenty two grants form national and international public and private bodies. His main goal is to treat patients with cells. Giancarlo Garuti Ilenia Gheno AUSL Reggio Emilia, UO Pneumologia AGE (European Older People’s) Platform Giancarlo Garuti is Chest Physician and works at Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit of San Sebastiano Hospital in Correggio (Reggio Emilia). He is the manager of Respiratory Rehabilitation program in Children affected by neuromuscolar disease. He also leads the development of Telemedicine on Neuromuscolar patients for the Reggio Emilia Local Health Authority. He published many papers on these research fields in national and international medical journals. Ilenia Gheno coordinates EU Research Projects of AGE Platform Europe and is responsible for the elaboration of projects’ activity plans and budget. Ilenia manages AGE participation in tenders and call for proposals, and the engagement of AGE experts on European projects related to Universal Design, Health & eHealth, Accessibility and ICT. She contributes to monitoring user involvement in projects, she ensures a wide dissemination of project results, and works on the ethical dimensions of ageing. Nicolò Girolimetto Tomasz Kostka Italian Telemedicine and e-Health Society Department of Geriatrics/Healthy Ageing Research Centre (HARC) - Medical University of Lodz Nicolò Girolimetto had an MD. Degree in Medicine and Surgery at the “Alma Mater Studiorum” Bologna University. He is author of some publications and presentations at national conferences on the theme of E-Healh and Electronic Health Record. He is also member of SIT (Italian Telemedicine and e-Health Society) with the role of promoting, organizing and managing scientific and educational activities. Tomasz Kostka has medical specialisation in internal medicine, sports medicine, geriatrics and medical rehabilitation. He is Professor and Head of Department of Geriatrics, Medical University of Lodz. Dr. Kostka is also Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Lodz (2008). Scientific activities include physiological and metabolic effects of physical activity in the elderly, muscle function, nutrition, antioxidant system, disability, frailty, rehabilitation and quality of life in older people. Kai Leichsenring Marco Lodi European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research AUSL Ferrara Senior Researcher at the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research (Vienna), he participated in a number of transnational research and consultancy projects, e.g. as Coordinator of the FP7 project ‘Health systems and long-term care for older people in Europe’ (INTERLINKS). He published many articles and books on long-term care, e.g. recently with J. Billings and H. Nies (eds) “Long-term care in Europe – Improving policy and practice.” Basingstoke 2013: Palgrave. Marco Lodi is MD, Lung Specialist and Oncology Specialist. For AUSL Ferrara he worked as Public Health professionist (1989 onwards), Bronchial Endoscopy Manager (2004-2012), Pneumological Activities Coordinator (2004 onwards), Chief, Respiratory Diseases Unit (2007 onwards). He is also National Coordinator of AIPO Educational Group (2012 onwards) and author or co-author of 46 communications and 40 scientific publications on pneumological topics. Ilaria Mariani Bridget Moorman IMAGIS Lab, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano The Continua Health Alliance, Europe Ilaria Mariani is PhD Student at Design Department, Politecnico di Milano. She graduated in MS Communication Design and her research deals with the relation between Game Studies and socio-cultural aspects, analyzing the game as a contemporary communication system for social innovation. The focus is on analyzing the game as a contemporary communication system for social innovation and best practices’ transmission, investigating the meaningful play experiences the game can stimulate and elicit. Bridget Moorman, MSBME, CCE, consults internationally for medical device companies, information technology companies, medical device integration companies, standards promulgation organizations, medical mobile application companies, mobile telecommunications companies and health care and health care purchasing organizations. She currently supports technically the EU projects of United4Health, SmartCare and Unwired Health. Joana M. Mora Amengual Maria-Dolors Nuñez Kronikgune Generalitat de Catalunya Pharmaceutical by University of Barcelona, she holds a Master degree in Integrated Care Management at Esade Business School and a MBA at UB. She develops her career in both areas, product manager in pharmaceutical company and in management in health and research institutions. She has been involved in the system wide Healthcare reform in the Basque Country, focused on defining the new funding and commissioning model, bottom-up innovation and deployment of integrated care interventions. Chemical Engineering and Metallurgy and Materials Science Doctor of the University of Barcelona, she is also Project Manager Cluster Development Department of ACCIÓ. ACCIÓ is the agency set up by the Catalan Government to make Catalan enterprise more competitive throughout the world. Its key aims are to drive innovation, internationalization and attract inward investment. ACCIÓ’s mission is to furnish Catalan based business with a competitive edge that will help bring Catalonia in line with the world’s leading economies. Maria-Dolors Nuñez is researcher in the Materials Department at the University of Barcelona. Thomas J. Olesen Lucia Pannese Qualcomm Inc Imaginary s.r.l. Thomas J. Olesen serves as Qualcomm Life’s Commercial Director, Europe, establishing 2Net as preferred platform for patient monitoring. He brings extensive global experience from several years specifically within telehealth. Due to his global background having lived and operated 10+ years in major markets such as US, Brazil and today Germany, Thomas J. Olesen offers a global view on today’s challenges and opportunities in telehealth. Lucia Pannese graduated in Applied Mathematics, funds imaginary in 2004 the SME that she is managing. She is heavily involved in European research around Serious Games, gamification and digital interactive technologies for learning, training and behavioural change across several sectors, particularly health and care, smart cities and societies, culture and business. She has numerous Italian and international publications about Serious Games. Andrea Pavlickova Christine Petioky Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare Vienna Social Fund Andrea Pavlickova is European Service Development Manager at NHS24/Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare in Scotland. She’s responsible for the management of the European projects focusing on the development and deployment of teleservices and integrated care in Europe. She is also the coordinator of the B3 Action group on Integrated Care of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA). Social worker, mediator and with a Master of Arts in cultural sciences, Christine Petioky had experience in rehabilitation counselling for persons with disabilities and community-based work with older persons with nursing needs. She worked in development and management of day-care centres for older persons and she teaches at social work colleges. Head of a unit for international networks and incentives within a municipal department of the City of Vienna, currently She is coordinator of European and international co-operation at the Vienna Social Fund and representative of the City of Vienna in the Social Affairs Forum of EUROCITIES. Marta Ribeiro Drago Rudel IESE Business School, University of Navarra MKS Electronic Systems Ltd Marta Ribeiro holds a Biochemistry degree and a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from University of Lisbon, Portugal. She has over 5 years’ research experience in Translational Medicine and Entrepreneurship both in Academia and Industry across Portugal, Spain and Germany. Currently working as a Project Coordinator in Healthcare at IESE Business School, she has previously worked as a Business Developer in the Hospital Clinic Barcelona. Her fields of interests are Healthcare Innovation, mHealth, Business Development and Translational Medicine. Drago Rudel is a director of of a private research company MKS Ltd. (SME). His expertise is in telecare and telemedicine services. He collaborates with Faculty of Medicine and the University Rehab Institute in Ljubljana. He contributs to the national strategies and legislation. He is a EU expert evaluator (eInclusion in FP5, FP6) and AAL evaluator and reviewer. He is also ISO standard auditor (ISO27001, ISO9001 information security). Torbjörn Svensson Enrico Tardocchi CASE - Lund University Europ Assistance Associate professor Torbjörn Svensson is manager of the Centre for Ageing and Supportive Environments, CASE, at Lund University, Sweden. He has been involved in several EU projects. Presently in the project INNOVAGE - Social innovations promoting active and healthy ageing. He is involved in the Swedish national graduate school, SWEAH, the Nordic master in Gerontology, NordMaG and just recently led the International Summer School on Ageing ISSA, held in Lund. Europ Assistance wants to play a relevant role in terms of Health Services and is addressing new challenges in health and dependency with Care Services, a set of personalised support solutions for care, medical follow-up and remote assistance. “Problem solving” is the core competence of the value proposition. The vision of Europ Assistance in health services is based on three major pillars: Reduction of costs, Quality of life and services “well-being”, Technology integration (ie domotic home solution). Aldo Tomasi Theodore Vontetsianos Scientific Coordinator of Mirandola Technopole MD PhD, EIP on AHA Greek Network Coordinator Aldo Tomasi is Professor of Clinical Pathology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Medical School. He’s also Director of the Toxicology Division, part of the Department of Laboratory Medicine, University Teaching Hospital of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. For the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, he previously held the positions of Rector of the University, Dean of the Medical school, Dean for student affair, medical school and Director of the specialization school in Clinical Pathology. Theodore Vontetsianos, MD, PhD is Consultant Pulmonary Physician and Head of the e-Health Unit at “Sotiria” General Hospital of Athens. He’s been working on ICT supported chronic patients’ management and integration of care for more than 15 years. Currently, he is the clinical member of the Greek national e-Health Board, active member in the B3 group of the EIP on AHA Initiative and Coordinator of the respective Greek national network. Committees Steering Committee Scientific Committee • Ann Baylock Research Institute of Textile Chemistry and Textile • George Crooks Scottish Center for Telehealth & Telecare – NH24 Physics, Leopald • Licia Boccaletti Anziani e non solo soc. coop. • Massimo Garuti Democenter-Sipe Foundation • Donna Henderson Scottish Centre for Social Welfare and Research • Kai Leichsenring European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research • Joana M. Mora Amengual Kronikgune • Marta Ribeiro IESE Business School (University of Navarra) • Drago Rudel MKS Electronic Systems Ltd • Torbjorn Svensson Centre for Ageing and Supportive Environments – Lund University • Ilenia Gheno Age Platform • Tomasz Kostka University of Lodz • Pietro Siciliano Italian Association of Ambient Assisted Living (AitAAL) • Aldo Tomasi University of Modena and Reggio Emilia • Giorgio Vezzani EIP on AHA B3 Action Group Regional Coordinator, Emilia • Theodore Vontetsianos Sotiria General Chest Diseases Hospital of Athen Organization: Phone: +39 059 2058155 / 2058150 E-mail: [email protected] www.democentersipe.it #AgeingWealth This brochure arises from the conference AGEING WEALTH which has received funding from European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme (2008-2013). 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