Founder Strategy Institute for eHealth; 10 Years Senior Doctor for internal medicine, interventional cardiology and scientific developments at Hospital St. Georg; Joined the Boston Consulting Group in 2001; 16 years of experience with strategy projects in Healthcare.
Dirk Peek, MD FCCS FIPP , is an Anesthesiologist-Pain Specialist and eHealth/Telemedicine consultant. He graduated as a Medical Doctor at the University of Maastricht. During his study he did various research in the medical field and is an author of an extensive list of publications. After his graduation he recieved additional training in Intensive Care medicine , general surgery and cardiothoracic surgery. Subsequently he was trained as an Anesthesiologist and Painspecialist at the University Hospital Maastricht . After his board certification he worked abroad as an Anesthesiologist and Emergency Physician. Since a few years he is involved in EHealth and Telemedicine projects as Medical Advisor of DXC-Technology and Telemedicine consultant. He is specialized in Telemedicine in Ambulances. Currently he is involved in the Medical Assistance Remote Specialist ( MARS) –project in Ambulances and application of Telemedicine in woundcare.
Master in Economic and Diplomatic Sciences (1967) I.C.H.E.C. – Brussels (Belgium). Managing Director of LIEVENS-LANCKMAN BVBA (Belgium) and AKROMED FRANCE (France), companies involved in manufacturing and distribution of Medical Devices, having a worldwide network. Executive Secretary of the ISfTeH.
Guilherme Safioti is a pulmonologist and Global Medical Director at Teva Pharmaceuticals. For the past 4 years he’s been working in the Digital Respiratory program, together with a large cross-function team. This program has led to the FDA-approval of the world’s first two integrated electronic inhaler devices. The built-in sensors measure flow rate and provides objective information about the time, frequency and quality of inhalation via a mobile app, empowering the patients to take an active role in their health management. Guilherme is also designing and running clinical trials to test the effectiveness of this digital therapeutics solution to improve outcomes for asthma and COPD patients, as well as studies to develop machine-learning algorithms to predict exacerbations based on real-life usage data from the Digihaler. He received his medical degree from Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto (USP), Brazil, followed by residency in Respiratory Medicine at Hospital das Clínicas de Ribeirão Preto, Brazil. Guilherme is a member of the Swedish Respiratory Medicine Association and the European Respiratory Society.
Dr. Steve R. Ommen is a Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Consultant in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. He serves as the Director of the Mayo Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Clinic, the largest and longest-standing dedicated HCM Center in the world. Mayo’s HCM clinic is recognized as a leader in clinical outcomes, research, and patient education. Dr. Ommen is also Co-director of the Structural Heart Disease program, Medical Director for AskMayoExpert, and Medical Director of the Center for Connected Care.
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