BASEL LIFE 2019

9–12 September 2019

Congress Center Basel
Switzerland

Innovating in healthcare - global health data sharing

Date

Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Chair

Bhupinder Bhullar (Swiss Vault, Switzerland)
Thomas Brenzikofer (DayOne Initiative BaselArea, Basel, Switzerland)

Abstract

Healthcare is facing an uncertain future. People are living longer, costs are rising and patients are demanding a different experience. The cost to discover new medicines is skyrocketing, and efficacy of these treatments is regularly being questions by reimbursement authorities. The future of healthcare is focusing on Precision Medicine to decrease costs and increase efficacy. Precision medicine utilizes the patient’s health data to define a personalized signature for individualized treatment. But what the field lacks to move forward significantly is access to sufficient data to elucidate signatures of states of human health.

The ability to exchange genome and other health data can have multiple benefits to advance healthcare. Stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem, like academics, pharmaceutical corporations, insurers, and governments, can get population molecular data to develop health care programs (new drugs, reimbursement models, national programs). Patients can get preventative healthcare based on diagnosis of biomarkers that might predispose them to disease. New business models can be developed based on needs of rare diseases communities, for example. Leading to overall better health, lower costs, increased productivity and longevity.

 

 

10.00 – 16.00

10.00
Introduction
Thomas Brenzikofer (DayOne Initiative BaselArea, Basel, CH)

10.15
Keynote: The 100,000 genomes project and beyond: mainstreaming genome medicine in the UK National Health Service as a model for use of patient data for both clinical care and research
Tim Hubbard (Genomics England, London, UK)

10.45
Questions & Answers

11.00
Break


11.30
Managing the global data deluge
Bhupinder Bhullar (Swiss Vault, Basel, CH)

11.35
How SPHN is making data sharing possible
Katrin Crameri (SPHN, Basel, CH)

11.45
New innovations and business models based on distributed ledger technologies
Markus Stauffiger, 4eyes, Basel, CH)

11.55
Titanium Trust Report: psychological perspectives on artificial intelligence and trust
Marisa Tschopp (SCIP.CH, Zurich, CH)

12.05
Round Table discussion
Bhupinder Bhullar (Swiss Vault, Basel, CH)
Katrin Crameri (SPHN, Basel, CH)
Markus Stauffiger, 4eyes, Basel ,CH)
Marisa Tschopp (SCIP.CH, Zurich, CH)

12.45 
Lunch break & Industry Symposia


14.00
Lyfegen - The next generation of data and value driven healthcare
Nico Mros (Lyfegen, Basel, CH)

14.10
GeneLook a mobile application to manage your DNA form the palm of your hand
Daniel Gutierrez (Genelook, Basel, CH)

14.20
The Healthbank Model
Reto Schegg (Healthbank, Luzern, CH)

14.30
Panel Discussion

Nico Mros (Lyfegen, Basel, CH)

Daniel Gutierrez (Genelook, Basel, CH)

Enkelejda Miho (FHNW, Muttenz, CH)

Reto Schegg (Healthbank, Luzern, CH)


15.00

Break


15.30
Innovating in healthcare - global health data sharing - patient perspective
Philipp do Canto (Publicsector, Zurich, CH)

15.40
Health Insurer perspective
Nicholas Loeillot (Groupe Mutuel, Martigny, CH)

15.50 
Pharma perspective
Miro Venturi (F. Hoffman la Roche, Basel, CH)

16.00
Panel Discussion
Philipp do Canto (Publicsector, Zurich, CH)
Nicholas Loeillot (Groupe Mutuel, Martigny, CH)
Miro Venturi (F. Hoffman la Roche, Basel, CH)
Tim Hubbard (Genomics England, London, UK)

Room Osaka