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Transforming the Healthcare Experience

Aalto Learning Centre. 29.11.2018 at 9:30-18.00

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Medical Devices and Clinical Experience

How do university hospitals use clinical experience in product development and business collaborations?

Examples and panel with Testbed, Kuopio Living lab, GE Healthcare and Planmeca.

Learn how startups tailor products for clinicians and why unmet needs inspire innovation in India.

Service Design and Patient Experience

How are services designed to take patients and their families into account?

Learn about M4id's approach for better maternity care, involving midwives, designers, architects and healthcare professionals.

We also look into why great design empowers patients from children to seniors alike.

Mobile and Digital Healthcare Experience

How to enable mobile health by smart devices and digital services?

Learn how Oura developed their award winning design and user experience for Ouraring and OuraApp.

How are the City of Helsinki and HUS are leading the way in virtual care services?

Jyrki Nieminen

Director of R&D at Merivaara Corp.

Innovator of new solutions and technical opportunities. Experienced Director Of Technology with a demonstrated history of working in the medical device industry. Skilled in Research and Development (R&D), especially Medical Devices and their marketing. With strong business knowhow together with highly innovative mindset Jyrki has created new concepts, product lines and internationally award-winning products.

Jere Finne

Jere Finne is a Service Manager in Service Center Helsinki. Through technology they can offer their customers a chance to live a good and sociable life in the safety of their home. By utilizing cutting-edge technology, vast liaison network and firm knowledge on healthcare service design they have been able to develop a concept that is internationally renowned. At this year’s Helsinki Design Week they launched this concept as a new ’At Home Concept’, which is a continuum for previous development.​

Milvi Soosalu

(M.A) is industrial designer working as Senior User Experience Designer at GE Healthcare. She designs graphical user interfaces and UX for patient monitoring devices.  She also works on product usability evaluation and validation.  Helsinki is one of GE Healthcare’s leading centers of excellence for Monitoring Solutions R&D and marketing. In Finland there are approx. 1,100 employees in 6 sites, 2 manufacturing plants, 2 R&D Centers of Excellence and over 110 years of history.

Visa Sippola

is the CEO and Co-Founder of Surgify and responsible for making our product meet the customer needs. Before initiating this project, he was working as a researcher at Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District.

Tero Pihlajamäki

Tero Pihlajamäki (M.A.) is an industrial designer who works as a Usability Specialist at the Research and Technology department of Planmeca. He designs graphical user interfaces for dental units and imaging devices and also evaluates product usability with end users. Planmeca is one of the world's leading dentalequipment manufacturers with a product range covering digital dental units, CAD/CAM solutions, worldclass2D and 3D imaging devices and comprehensive software solutions.

Merita Kaunisto

MSc Merita Kaunisto is working as a Project Coordinator in Kuopio University Hospital´s Living Lab services. From 2016, The Kuopio University Hospital Living Lab (KUH) Living Lab has provided an authentic testing and research environment for health tech companies. KUH Living Lab is operating in specialised medical care environments within the hospital. Living Lab services provide possibility that companies developing future healthcare solutions could test and improve their products and services in an authentic healthcare environment together with end users.

Prashant Jha

Dr. Prashant Jha is a physician-engineer-entrepreneur-editor, who trained in family medicine, bioengineering, product design, computer science, strategy and innovation management from Patna Medical College, St. Guys & Thomas Hospital, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Delhi, Stanford University and Harvard University.

Kari Kivelä

Kari Kivelä leads hardware technology development and design at Oura Health. He is also one of the co-founders of the company. Having previously led deliveries of a global software development unit at Nokia, Kari is now following his passion, driving the pioneering work for design and miniaturization of the Oura ring.

Virpi Roto

Virpi Roto is working as a professor of practice in experience design at Aalto University, Department of Design. She is the most cited user experience researcher in Finland. She is the Chair of Aalto Experience Platform, which facilitates multidisciplinary collaboration in experience research.

Nicolas Von Flittner

Nicolas is an industrial designer, who lends his extensive product design expertise to M4ID’s design and creative projects. Nico and his team builds on M4ID’s design research and contexual knowledge when concepting, prototyping, testing and building products and physical services that aim to improve the quality of health care and products in low resource communities.

Saara Hassinen

Saara Hassinen is the Managing Director of Healthtech Finland which is the industry association for health technology companies in Finland. The healthtech industry is one of the largest high-tech export segments of Finnish industry. In 2016 the value of exports was €2.1 billion. The industry directly employs over 10,000 people.

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Otaniementie 9: Aalto Learning Centre, Winner of the Finlandia Prize for Architecture.

Picture: Aalto-yliopisto/Tuomas Uusheimo

29.11.2017  

08.00-9.30. Registration and coffee  
09.30. Welcome to Health Design 2017: Otto Olavinen & Risto Ilmoniemi  

09.40. Designing health technology for patients and customers. Saara Hassinen, Jyrki Nieminen, Sami Niemelä

10.45-11.00 Coffeebreak in Expo space  

11.00. Design that addresses global health needs. Prashant Jha, Zeynep Falay von Flittner

12.00-13.00 Lunch break + Networking  

13.00. Hospital spaces that improve patient life. Pekka Lahdenne, Sakari Forsman

14.00. Coffee break in Expo space  

14.15 Service design and digital health services. Visa Honkanen, Emil Virkki.

15.15 Coffee break in Expo space  

15.30 Markku Mäkijärvi Instrumetarium Science Foundation & Finals of the competition  

16.15 Anne Pitkäranta: Design for the Caretakers (Health and aesthetics)  

16.45 Expo + Cocktails and networking
17.30 Health Design Award Gala + prices for 1-3rd place winners.

20.00 Closing doors

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Titles are subject for change

08:00 Doors open
08:30-9:30 Registration and coffee

Session 1: Medical Devices and Clinical Experience (Industry)
Panel and talks with Testbed, Living Lab, Ge, Planmeca, test


Session 2: Medical Devices and Clinical Experience (Startups)



12:00 Lunch and networking

Session 3: Service Design and Patient Experience

With M4id, Aalto University,


Pitching competition for research teams for innovative healthcare design.    

Semifinals on the 28th of November. Finals on the 29th of November at Health Design 2017
 
Prizes: 50 000  € for implementing the  solution

Even if the team doesn’t win, they have a chance to get valuable feedback from the Health Design jury. Teams also have an opportunity to form new partnerships.

Competition partner: Instrumentariumin Tiedesäätiö sr

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Pitching competition for an innovative healthcare solution


Do you want to improve patient life and Well-being? Do you have a research based idea for novel health product/service that you would like to commercialise?

Health Design Pitching Competition is open for teams from Finnish universities and universities of applied sciences.

The number of finalists is not fixed. The language of the competition is English. Participants will be Pre-selected by a Health Design Jury based on their applications.

The competition is organized during 28th and 29th of November.

Pitches will be 5 min in length.

Semifinal: 28th from 17:00-19:00 at Aalto Learning Centre, Makers space
Final and Award ceremony: 29th between 15:30-18:00 at Health Design 2017 (Makers space)

The competition price is 20 000 €


Even if the team doesn’t win, they have a chance to get valuable feedback from the Health Design jury. Teams also have an opportunity to form new partnerships and learn about how design can help them to succeed.

The competition is organized by Health Design and sponsored by Instrumentariumin tiedesäätiö sr. The goal of the competition is to promote the future of research based health innovations in Finland.

Criteria:

Research-based: The idea should be based on academic research. 

Experience: Does your solution improve user experience for clinicians or patients?

Need focused: Does your solution solve a local or global health need?

Novel: Do you have an original idea or an new approach to existing problem?

Plan and timing: What are the steps and schedule to bring your idea into reality?

Quality of team and circumstances: Why are you and your working environment uniquely qualified to make the impact a reality?

Deadline for applications 15.11.2018

General grant terms: http://www.instrufoundation.fi/ohjeet-hakijalle
http://www.instrufoundation.fi/en.php?k=120354

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Organisers:

Northbay is a company that builds ideas. A Creative agency that Directs, Designs and Develops. By specializing on research and technology intensive clients, we look to make an impact in a local and global landscape.

Healthtech Finland is is an industry association and part of Technology Industries of Finland. Healthtech Finland is also a community: we foster our industry’s growth and collective knowledge.

Aalto University is a multidisciplinary community where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future.

HUS - The Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa - is a Joint Authority formed by 24 municipalities. The aim is to offer patients in all member municipalities a timely and equal access to specialized medical care.