In 2017, the inspiration event CHI Morning has focused on value-based management and new technologies in the health sector. See more in the box.
CHI Morning has become a popular event, usually filling our meeting room with a very diverse crowd of interested parties. The participants are very interested in the presentations and generally we experience relevant input and interesting discussions where speakers and participants learn from each other.
“It was interesting to present our work to a group of highly committed professionals. They asked many good questions, for instance there was great interest in our cross-sectoral collaboration. (…) Of course it is nice to have confirmed that the work here on Bornholm leaves its mark on the partners at CHI”, said Charlotte Westh, following her presentation of user involvement.
In addition, we have arranged several additional symposia where – with a smaller target group – it has been possible to dive deeper into a problem area.
CHI Morning and Symposia in 2017
30 Marts 2017: User Involvement at Development Hospital Bornholm.
Charlotte Westh, programme manager at Development Hospital Bornholm, Azadeh Grønbæk Afsar, special consultant at the Capital Region’s Unit for Evaluation and User Involvement, and an anonymous patient related – each from own perspective – the work in connection with the development of a hospital with focus on the things that benefit the patient.
16 May 2017: Can Blockchain Technology Improve Public Health Care?
Michel Avital, professor at the Department of IT Management at CBS, and Christian Lassen, Nordic leader of Blockchain Technology at IBM, introduced the blockchain technology and illustrated the possibilities for applying it in the health sector.
16 May 2017: Serious Games in Learning and Innovation Processes
Through inspirational presentations from experts in serious games and hands-on experience with games, CHI’s innovation consultants and relevant partners from the partners learned more about the use of serious games as part of their work. Inspired by the symposium, the game of Concept Captain is now used by students in Health Innovators to qualify and sharpen their ideas for health innovation.
23 November 2017: Envisioning Blockchain in the Capital Region
Here, we focused on how blockchain technology can be implemented in the health sector. Through joint dialogue, potential use cases and blockchain solutions were identified that may support current and future needs in the health sector.