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Wednesday, November 8th

Wed, 8 November

15:00 - 16:30

Charité Centre for Cardiovascular Telemedicine Site Visit
• Visit

Charité Centre

- 30 min visit x 3 slots
- WARNING: limited number of seats available (10 persons per time slot) - 50,00 € VAT Incl.
- Registration during your registration process
15:00
The Centre for Cardiovascular Telemedicine provides remote patient management in heart failure patients. Patients will be trained by nurses in performing daily measurements of ECG, blood pressure and weight. The data will be transmitted into the electronic health records and interpreted by medical professionals in the telemedical centre. In case of deterioration, different activities will started: contacting the patient, changing medication, requesting an outpatient visit or calling emergency services. This care concept should help to reduce mortality and morbidity for specific groups of heart failure patients.
 

Thursday, November 9th

Thu, 9 November

09:00 - 10:00

Inaugural session
•  Main session

Hall C

Chairpersons : Hugo SANER (SWITZERLAND), Enrico Gianluca CAIANI (ITALY)
 
Keynote lecture by Gunther EYSENBACH (CANADA): Best practices and challenges for conducting and publishing eHealth research
 

Thu, 9 November

10:30 - 12:00

Session 1 - Advances in mobile health in healthcare delivery
•  Main session

Hall C

Chairpersons : Maurice MARS (SOUTH AFRICA), Marlien VARNFIELD (AUSTRALIA)
10:30
Lecture - Instant messaging and selfies: the future of telemedicine
Maurice MARS (SOUTH AFRICA)
10:52
Lecture - Innovative cardiac service in regional areas
Marlien VARNFIELD (AUSTRALIA)
11:15
Lecture - Virtual cardiac emergency unit: the use of mobile technologies in acute cardiology
Ed DE KLUIVER (NETHERLANDS)
11:37
Lecture - Novel mHealth prevention services within integrated care models
Julie REDFERN (AUSTRALIA)
 

Thu, 9 November

10:30 - 12:00

Session 2 - eImaging: next generation of cardiovascular imaging
•  Main session

Hall A

Chairpersons : Nico BRUINING (NETHERLANDS), Roderick TRESKES (NETHERLANDS)
10:30
Lecture - Cardiovascular imaging: Teraflips or Teraflops?
Okan EKINCI (GERMANY)
10:52
Lecture - Patient-specific computer simulations for planning cardiovascular interventions
Matthieu DE BEULE (BELGIUM)
11:15
Lecture - The heart in your hands: recent developments and use of a patient-specific 3D printed models for cardiology applications
Veronica CECCATO (GERMANY)
11:37
Lecture - Mobile imaging: is the cloud ready to handle cardiologic imaging?
Nico BRUINING (NETHERLANDS)
 

Thu, 9 November

10:30 - 12:00

Cross session 1 - Beyond the pills - Drug therapy and digitalization
• Cross session

Hall B

Chairperson : Friedrich KOEHLER (GERMANY)
10:30
Lecture - The ADAM-Project - IT support to make drug therapy more safe
Daniel GRANDT (GERMANY)
10:45
Lecture - Nokia Tech - Patient solutions for hypertension: business models, go-to-market strategies and case studies
Matthieu VEGREVILLE (FRANCE)
11:00
Lecture - Novartis - Digital (R)evolution beyond the pill: an industry perspective
Thomas HACH (SWITZERLAND)
11:15
Lecture - The patient perspective: current issues of adoption and effectiveness of digital patient interventions
Alexander SCHACHINGER (GERMANY)
11:30
Discussion
 

Thu, 9 November

12:00 - 12:45

COMARCH - NOMED AF: prevention and treatment of modern age heart disease
• Symposium

Hall C

Thu, 9 November

12:00 - 13:00

MEDTRONIC - Management of implantable cardiac devices in the digital era
• Symposium

Hall A

Thu, 9 November

12:00 - 12:45

NOKIA TECH - Revolutionizing the prevention and the treatment of cardiovascular diseases with connected health devices
• Symposium

Hall B

Thu, 9 November

13:30 - 15:00

Session 3 - Multidisciplinary models of telecare
A joint session with ESC CCNAP
•  Main session

Hall C

Chairpersons : Lis NEUBECK (UNITED KINGDOM), Marlien VARNFIELD (AUSTRALIA)
13:30
Lecture - Home hospitalisation for heart failure patients: first experiences from the Netherlands
Astrid VAN DER VELDE (NETHERLANDS)
13:52
Lecture - Text messaging system for medication adherence in cardiac rehabilitation patients in Iran
Sahar KHONSARI (UNITED KINGDOM)
14:15
Lecture - Telemonitoring: the role of the heart failure nurse
Oliver DECKWART (GERMANY)
14:37
Lecture - Impact of at home telemonitoring of patients with cardiac disease on healthcare expenditure, admissions to hospital and length of stay - The CSIRO Australian National Telehealth Trial
Branko CELLER (AUSTRALIA)
 

Thu, 9 November

13:30 - 15:00

Session 4 - Young Investigator Awards
•  Main session

Hall A

Chairpersons : Enrico Gianluca CAIANI (ITALY), Paul DENDALE (BELGIUM)
13:30
Lecture - O-1 - A proposal for a German nation-wide vaccination system: empowering patients through digital involvement
Constanze KNAHL (USA)
13:45
Lecture - O-2 - Occlusion in anomalous coronary arteries: a parametric computer-based simulation
Michele CONTI (ITALY)
14:00
Lecture - O-3 - Effects of interne-based exercise training compared with supervised group exercise training in patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized controlled study
Buket AKINCI (TURKEY)
14:15
Lecture - O-4 - ECG-derived expiration-triggered sinus arrhythmia is a strong risk predictor in survivors of acute myocardial infarction
Alexander STEGER (GERMANY)
14:30
Lecture - O-5 - Exploring physical activity behavior, needs for and interest in a technology-delivered home-based exercise program among patients with intermittent claudication
Nils CORNELIS (BELGIUM)
14:45
Lecture - O-6 - PPG versus single lead ECG for the diagnose of atrial fibrillation
Thijs VANDENBERK (BELGIUM)
 

Thu, 9 November

13:30 - 15:00

Cross session 2 - Who owns my data?
• Cross session

Hall B

Chairpersons : Hugo SANER (SWITZERLAND), Enno T. VAN DER VELDE (NETHERLANDS)
13:30
Lecture - The legal position of data ownership in EU countries
Jennifer CRAMA (NETHERLANDS)
13:50
Lecture - Who owns the data? Open data for healthcare
Jenny KRUTZINNA (UNITED KINGDOM)
14:10
Lecture - Patient data and the patient journey: who owns what?
Douwe ATSMA (NETHERLANDS)
14:30
Lecture - The standpoint of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) on personal data protection
Alan FRASER (UNITED KINGDOM)
14:50
Discussion
 

Thu, 9 November

15:30 - 17:00

Session 5 - Telemedicine: safety, quality and reimbursement. Where do we stand today?
•  Main session

Hall C

Chairpersons : Frank LIEVENS (BELGIUM), Alexandru MISCHIE (FRANCE)
15:30
Lecture - Ways to make the healthcare "Euro" go further - With digital
Jos KRAAL (NETHERLANDS)
15:52
Lecture - Legal framework for the use of telemedical care in Europe
Raf VAN GOETHEM (BELGIUM)
16:15
Lecture - The impact of telehealthcare on the quality & safety of care
Susannah MCLEAN (UNITED KINGDOM)
16:37
Lecture - The Capstone project: applying the Safety, Quality, Informatics and Leadership (SQIL) principles to assure successful implementation of telemedical care
Ines FREDERIX (BELGIUM)
 

Thu, 9 November

15:30 - 17:00

Session 6 - eHealth and cyber security
•  Main session

Hall A

Chairpersons : Roderick TRESKES (NETHERLANDS), Enno T. VAN DER VELDE (NETHERLANDS)
15:30
Lecture - Cyber security of medical devices
Stefano ZANERO (ITALY)
15:52
Lecture - Safety and privacy issues in using freely downloadable health care apps
Zeki ERKIN (NETHERLANDS)
16:15
Lecture - Cybersecurity and cyber resilience, practical insights and measures for hospitals
Salo VAN BERG (NETHERLANDS)
16:37
Lecture - Homeland security speaker: European level
Athanasios DROUGKAS (GREECE)
 

Thu, 9 November

15:30 - 17:00

Session 7 - eRhythm contribution to the selection of patients for primary ICD prophylaxis
•  Main session

Hall B

Chairpersons : Georg SCHMIDT (GERMANY), Marek MALIK (UNITED KINGDOM)
15:30
Lecture - Remote HRV assessment
Heikki HUIKURI (FINLAND)
15:45
Lecture - Digital assessment of cardiac repolarization
Axel BAUER (GERMANY)
16:00
Lecture - Respiration monitoring
Georg SCHMIDT (GERMANY)
16:15
Lecture - Strength of combining digital signals
Marek MALIK (UNITED KINGDOM)
16:30
Lecture - Present practice and e-cardiology advances
Federico LOMBARDI (ITALY)
16:45
Discussion
 

Thu, 9 November

17:00 - 18:00

Walk through with abstracts authors
• Poster presentations

Poster area

Thu, 9 November

18:00 - 19:00

Networking cocktail on the exhibition
• Cocktail

Exhibition

Friday, November 10th

Fri, 10 November

08:30 - 10:00

Session 8 - Innovations in telemonitoring for heart failure patients
•  Main session

Hall C

Chronic heart failure constitutes one of the most important cardiovascular diseases for which telemedical care has been developed/used. This session will provide attendees with scientific evidence regarding the efficacy of both telerehabilitation and telemonitoring in chronic heart failure. The role and perspective of relevant stakeholders in the home telemonitoring chain (i.e. heart failure tele-nurse) will be presented
Chairpersons : Ulf LANDMESSER (GERMANY), Hugo SANER (SWITZERLAND)
08:30
Lecture - How to design a randomized controlled trial for telemonitoring in heart failure patients
Bridget-Anne KIRWAN (SWITZERLAND)
08:52
Lecture - Telemonitoring based on atrial pressure
Friedrich KOEHLER (GERMANY)
09:15
Lecture - Requirements for telemedical centres aimed for the remote patient management of cardiological patients – the certification concept of the German Society of Cardiology
Thomas HELMS (GERMANY)
09:35
Lecture - New diagnostic parameter derived from standard smartphone for telemonitoring of HF-patients
Gerd HASENFUS (GERMANY)
 

Fri, 10 November

08:30 - 10:00

Session 9 - eIntervention and acute cardiac care: developments and applications
•  Main session

Hall A

Chairpersons : Nico BRUINING (NETHERLANDS), Joost DAEMEN (NETHERLANDS)
08:30
Lecture - A self-examination device to shorten the patient's delay during STEMI: from idea to the first-in-men clinical trial
Peter GHEERAERT (BELGIUM)
08:52
Lecture - 3D-camera assisted detection of ECG electrode (“dis”)-placement, can this help to detect ischemia in the ambulance?
Peter VAN DAM (NETHERLANDS)
09:15
Lecture - A novel municipal networked cathlab data sharing system
Joost DAEMEN (NETHERLANDS)
09:37
Lecture - Robot-assisted telestenting: a combination of robotics and telecommunicative percutaneous coronary interventions
Paul CUMMINS (NETHERLANDS)
 

Fri, 10 November

08:30 - 10:00

Cross session 3 - Business models and solutions
• Cross session

Hall B

Fri, 10 November

10:30 - 12:00

Session 10 - Update on studies for remote patient management for heart failure patients
•  Main session

Hall C

Chairpersons : Ewa PIOTROWICZ (POLAND), Thomas HELMS (GERMANY)
10:30
Lecture - The MEMS-HF study
Stephan ROSENKRANZ (GERMANY), Stephan ROSENKRANZ (GERMANY)
10:45
Lecture - The TIM-HF II study
Friedrich KOEHLER (GERMANY)
11:00
Lecture - The REM-HF study
John M. MORGAN (UNITED KINGDOM), John M. MORGAN (UNITED KINGDOM)
11:15
Lecture - The CARDIOBBEAT study
Heinz VOELLER (GERMANY)
11:30
Discussion
 

Fri, 10 November

10:30 - 12:00

Session 11 - How to successfully design and deploy an eHealth solution?
Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from WeHealth by Servier
•  Main session

Hall A

Chairpersons : Enrico Gianluca CAIANI (ITALY), Britta BOECKMANN (GERMANY)
10:30
Lecture - How to design an eHealth solution?
Julia VAN GEMERT-PIJNEN (NETHERLANDS)
10:52
Lecture - Patient perspective in the design of an eHealth solution
Trudie LOBBAN (UNITED KINGDOM)
11:14
Lecture - Business models for eHealth, how to succeed
Ruben CASADO ARROYO (BELGIUM)
11:36
Lecture - Health technology assessment for eHealth solutions
Francesco PETRACCA (ITALY)
 

Fri, 10 November

10:30 - 12:00

Cross session 4 - ePublishing: navigating the expanding knowledge arena: new frontiers in science
• Cross session

Hall B

Chairpersons : Nico BRUINING (NETHERLANDS), Paul CUMMINS (NETHERLANDS)
10:30
Lecture - Don't wait. Making the move from the old in-print to the novel online platforms of accessible science
Pascal MEIER (SWITZERLAND)
10:45
Lecture - How to maximize the highest visibility and impact of your scientific output
Paul CUMMINS (NETHERLANDS)
11:00
Lecture - How to publish and maximize the impact of your eHealth research
Gunther EYSENBACH (CANADA)
11:15
Lecture - Fundraising in the digital era
Mark SCHUURING (NETHERLANDS)
11:30
Discussion
 

Fri, 10 November

12:00 - 12:45

VISIOMED - e-health : beyond technology, a usability-centric experience
• Symposium

Hall C

Fri, 10 November

12:00 - 12:45

PFIZER - AF detection: supportive approaches and tools
• Symposium

Hall A

Fri, 10 November

12:00 - 12:45

HILBERT PARADOX - A global digital platform for cardiology professionals: demo and discussion
• Symposium

Hall B

Fri, 10 November

13:30 - 15:00

Session 12 - eHealth in primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease
•  Main session

Hall C

Chairpersons : Ines FREDERIX (BELGIUM), Gianfranco PARATI (ITALY)
13:30
Lecture - Can we have confidence in oscillometric methods for non invasive measurement of blood pressure?
Branko CELLER (AUSTRALIA)
13:52
Lecture - Telerehabilitation in hypertension: the TRiHYP study
Véronique CORNELISSEN (BELGIUM)
14:15
Lecture - Exercise-based cardiac telerehabilitation: can we have our cake and eat it too?
Jonathan Charles RAWSTORN (AUSTRALIA)
14:37
Lecture - Cardiac telerehabilitation: the new kid on the block
Hareld KEMPS (NETHERLANDS)
 

Fri, 10 November

13:30 - 15:00

Session 13 - How big data could enhance clinical performance in cardiology?
•  Main session

Hall A

Chairpersons : Mamas MAMAS (UNITED KINGDOM), Paul DENDALE (BELGIUM)
13:30
Lecture - Big data analytics and artificial intelligence for cardiology: where we stand?
John CRAWFORD (UNITED KINGDOM)
13:52
Lecture - Using big data to measure and improve cardiovascular health and healthcare services
Jack TU (CANADA)
14:15
Lecture - Big data and CMR: opportunities and challenges
Steffen PETERSEN (UNITED KINGDOM)
14:37
Lecture - Big data analytics from health records
Mamas MAMAS (UNITED KINGDOM)
 

Fri, 10 November

13:30 - 15:00

Cross session 5 - Smartphones for cardiac monitoring: gadgets or clinical tools?
• Cross session

Hall B

Chairpersons : Enrico Gianluca CAIANI (ITALY), Roderick TRESKES (NETHERLANDS)
13:30
Lecture - Could accelerometers and gyroscopes detect changes in cardiac strain?
Philippe VAN DE BORNE (BELGIUM)
13:45
Lecture - Early detection of diseases using breath analysis: a myth or reality?
Morad K. NAKHLEH (FRANCE)
14:00
Lecture - Preventicus - Smartphone based and highly cost-effective structured AF screening programs for stroke prevention
Thomas HUEBNER (GERMANY)
14:15
Lecture - Visiomed - To be determined
François TEBOUL (FRANCE)