Webinar series: Technology use for Covid 19 response
The VOPD webinar series "Technology use for Covid 19 response" was held during autumn 2020. Watch our recorded webinars here!
Using distance-spanning services for healthcare and care helps to protect our most vulnerable citizens from the pandemic. But what distance-spanning services exist? How can we bring them to the people that need them? And how do we fast-track innovation of healthcare and care? These are the questions that were highlighted in our webinar series during autumn 2020.
Implemented distance-spanning services in the Nordics
In this webinar Bengt Andersson, Senior Adviser at Nordic Welfare Centre, and Niclas Forsling, Centre for Rural Medicine - Region Västerbotten, discusses distance-spanning solutions from OUR PUBLICATION.
Roadmap for service innovation
How can technology be brought to those people who need it and/or don’t know how to use it?
Kristin Standal, from the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities (KS).
Katarzyna Wikström, from Local Healthcare district of South Lapland, of Region Västerbotten in Sweden.
- Second webinar – Niclas Forsling, Bengt Andersson
- Roadmap for service innovation – Kristin Standal
- Using the Norwegian roadmap for service innovation in South Lapland, Sweden – Katarzyna Wikström
Practical examples from digitally transformed service models in existing organisations
How can we fast-track innovation?
Sigurður E. Sigurðsson, chief physician Akureyri hospital, Iceland Halldór Sigurður Guðmundsson, operational manager for social services, Akureyri Municipality, Iceland Kjetil Løyning, leader of e-health Agder 2030, Norway
- Third webinar – Niclas Forsling, Bengt Andersson
- Solutions for Well-Tech cluster – Halldór S. Guðmundsson, Sigurður Einar Sigurðsson
- Center for welfare and health technology in North Iceland – Halldór S. Guðmundsson, Sigurður Einar Sigurðsson
The future of healthcare and care, what is the bottleneck?
In this webinar we demonstrate why innovation investments within healthcare and social care are necessary (especially for remote, rural, and arctic areas)