Sarah Lidé is a healthcare specialist with PwC with a focus on strategic development and analysis. She has been actively involved in a variety of projects related to government, healthcare and life science, including national and regional innovation and development, and her work requires her to keep abreast of the latest trends and developments in a broad range of industries. She has led strategic processes in public sector organisations, as well as conducted trend briefings at various conferences and seminars. She has also written a number of articles and thought leadership publications around emerging technologies, healthcare and life science, which have been published in commercial magazines.
09:30 - 10:00
- Best of Nordic
- Chef/Beslutsfattare / Patientorganisationer/Brukarorganisationer / Politiker / Studerande / Tekniker/IT/Utvecklare / Verksamhetsutveckling / Vårdpersonal
- Framtidens omsorg och vård
Sweden has the ambition of being the world leader at using the opportunities offered by digitisation and eHealth by 2025. Since that vision was launched, many new players have established themselves in the digital health market and changed the way regions view healthcare services. The digitalisation of healthcare is already involving technologies that go far beyond video. Virtual reality, artificial intelligence and blockchain are some examples of technologies that have a great potential to improve care.
It is clear that the world is evolving and citizens’ expectations are rising - can healthcare keep up?
The 2015 PwC report "The doctor is in - your smartphone: Is Sweden ready for digital and virtual care?" examined citizens' attitudes to digital solutions in the healthcare sector. Given the recent developments, PwC performed a follow up study in spring 2018 called "Can healthcare keep up with the digital citizen?" that looked at how the citizens' view of eHealth has changed in recent years and how Swedish regions are meeting that demand. During the seminar, the results of this study will be presented, as well as preliminary results from an ongoing study on digitalisation’s opportunities in harnessing and strengthening a more preventive approach to healthcare.
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