Health Tuesday 7 March 2017
Isaacus goes Health Tuesday!
The Health Tuesday event will this time focus on the Isaacus – Digital Health HUB.
Join us and learn what is happening in the Isaacus project just now, talk with the teams responsible for the pre-production projects and network with the experts reforming the field of social and healthcare services.
After the opening session of Health Tuesday (from 8.00 am to 8.40 am on-line streaming), we will continue in themed workshops from 9.30 to 11.00. In the workshops (in Finnish), you have possibility to contribute to Isaacus project. Further information: Isaacus project and pilot projects.
Isaacus goes Health Tuesday 7.3.2017
7.30–8.00 Registration and breakfast
8.00–9.30 Health Tuesday
8.00 Renewing researcher services and data contents (on-line streaming)
- What’s going on in Finland? / Jaana Sinipuro, Digital Health HUB, Sitra
- The data description / Arto Vuori, National Instutute for Health and Welfare
- The data use permits / Sami Nousiainen, National Archives of Finland
- The remote usage / Arho Virkki, Hospital District of Southwest Finland
8.40 The latest news from the Isaacus pre-production projects (information stands)
9.30–11.00 Theme workshops (in Finnish):
Workshop 1: Renewing researcher services and data contents
This workshop discusses the future of researcher services and the opportunities data contents provide for research. People involved in the implementation of Isaacus pre-production projects will be present.
Workshop 2: What do Way Forward and the Isaacus project have in common? (Nora Kaarela, Jaana Sinipuro)
The Way Forward project of Tekes and Isaacus project have joint and crossing goals. The workshop looks at concrete opportunities for co-operation and how it should be promoted.
Workshop 3: Services of the Digital Health HUB – what, to whom and how? (Antti Ailio)
This workshop discusses the customer and service scenarios of the Digital Health HUB. The participants may express their own views, wishes and ideas regarding the services provided by the Digital Health HUB.