Shampa is a founding member of an Indian health tech start-up, dedicated to reducing the global chronic disease burden. Currently at Swecare Foundation, she is devoted to identifying collaborative opportunities and forging sustainable partnerships transcending traditional public and private sector boundaries. With an MBA from INSEAD Business School and a degree in Industrial Engineering from Columbia University, Shampa has over ten years’ experience working in Sub-Saharan Africa, Western Europe, and South Asia. Her network spans previous employers such as the Grameen Trust, BRAC, Sida, and the UN across five continents. She sits on the advisory boards of Sheroes.in (gender equality), Shifo Foundation (maternal &amp; child health), Sattva Consulting (sustainability), and the Nordic India Center for Engagement (development economics).
10:30 - 11:30
- Annat, eHälsa
- Användbarhet / Exempel från verkligheten (goda/dåliga) / Information/myndighet / Innovativ/forskning / Patientsäkerhet
- Best of Nordic
- Omsorgspersonal / Politiker / Verksamhetsutveckling / Vårdpersonal
The Nordic cooperation in the field of healthcare relies heavily on innovation, and the patient is in the center of the development of healthcare in the Nordic countries. This means that we share new ideas, new research, new technology, new solutions and we work together in an extensive Nordic cooperation in order to make the best outcomes as possible for the patients.
In this session at Vitalis, Healthcare DENMARK and partners will present the result from the project Branding Nordic Healthcare Strongholds, including a Nordic white paper on Smart Digital Health. The project focuses on the impact, opportunities, and challenges for a future extensive Nordic collaboration in the field of Smart Digital Health, which is one of four strongholds highlighted in a recent analysis of the Nordic strongholds and qualities of the Nordic health tech ecosystem. The objective of the project is to meet the global challenges of an increasing number of chronic patients, elderly people, and mental health illnesses.
· Shampa Bari, Regional Director, Swecare Foundation
· Helen Houmøller Rasmussen, Deputy Head, TeleCare Nord
· Tina Nordlander, Senior Advisor, Innovation Norway
· Eero Toivainen, Senior Advisor, Business Finland
· Introduction: Svein Berg, Managing Director of Nordic Innovation.
· Facilitator: Gerda Marie Rist, PhD, Chief Consultant, Healthcare DENMARK
The Branding Nordic Healthcare Strongholds project is one of the activities funded by Nordic Innovation through the Nordic Welfare Solutions project, which is one of the flagship projects under the Nordic prime ministers' initiative Nordic Solutions to Global Challenges.
Nordic Solutions to Global Challenges is the five Nordic prime ministers' initiative to share knowledge and experience to help reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The initiative is coordinated by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
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