Regular ticket for the Health Design 2019
Theme: Changing Society and the Future of Wellbeing.
Includes morning coffee, snacks and refreshment table, lunch, and wine service in the Award party!
Local and Global Strategy, Policy and Design of Health Services, Architecture and Data.
What are the challenges and opportunities to human wellbeing in the future?
At Health Design 2019 you can learn about the future of wellbeing in order to develop care with local and global impact. Our event brings together healthcare, design and technology professionals, with architects, investors and policy makers. We also showcase innovations from industry and startups that improve lives in hospitals and homes.
We will focus on questions such as: • What is the future of wellbeing in tomorrow’s society? • What should be considered when building the hospitals of the future. • How data and digitalization change public and individual wellbeing tomorrow?
Speakers: • Saara Hassinen, CEO at Healthtech Finland /Chair • Hanna Sarkkinen, Upcoming Minister of Social Affairs & Health Services 2021-2023 • Paula Laine, CEO of the Finnish State Development Company Vake • Mari Tikkanen, Co-CEO & Co-Founder of Scope (M4ID) • Kevin Eboigbodin, Senior R&D Manager Orion Diagnostica Oy, • Sami Niemelä, Design leader, Co-Founder of Nordkapp • Laura Arpiainen, Prof. Architecture of Health & Wellbeing Aalto University /Chair • Tye S. Farrow, Senior Partner, Farrow Partners Architects • Kari Raaska, Project manager, New Laakso Hospital HUS • Kiti Muller, Senior Neuroscientist, Nokia Bell Labs • Pekka Kahri, Technology Leader at HUS / Chair • Antti Kangas, CTO and Co-Founder of Nightingale Health • Ryoichi Nagatomi, Prof. Biomed. Eng. Tohoku University • Ian Gwilt, Professor of Design University of South Australia • Minja Axelsson, Robotics designer at Futurice
The event will take place on Tuesday 15.10.2019 at 9.30 am - 6.00 pm in Dipoli Espoo, Greater Helsinki Finland. The language of the event is English. The event will take place on Tuesday 15.10.2019 at 9.30 am - 6.00 pm in Dipoli Espoo, Greater Helsinki Finland. The language of the event is English.