Karify at the 2016 Ehealth Week Amsterdam
Next week Karify contributes to the international Ehealth week in Amsterdam, a look at the activities we are involved in:
Startup 2 Scale-up
June 7th, 9am
Marine Etablissement Amsterdam, Kattenburgerstraat 7, Amsterdam
On Tuesday Karify-founder Joris Moolenaar talks about what it takes to become a successful scale-up at the StartUp2Scale-up event.
About the event:
The event brings together ambitious startups, successful scale-ups, investors, patients, professionals and other stakeholders. The ambition of the day is to get scale-ups connected with partners, enhance their capabilities and take them one step further towards a successful scale-up.
International e-Mental Health meeting
June 8th, 7pm
Beurs van Berlage Amsterdam
Karify-founder Joris Moolenaar talks about supporting the patient journey with e-mental health. How do you use big data to improve treatment effects?
About the event:
- Get introduced to a variety of e-Mental Health products
- Gather and share inspiring knowledge and innovation
- Expand your network, conjoin opportunities and cooperation’s
This meeting is interesting for anyone working in or with mental health care: professional, policy advisor, researcher, manager, director and various health care providers, entrepreneurs or financiers.
You can share and discuss innovations, research and developments of e-Mental Health in an interactive way. Furthermore, you can meet and connect with your peers to build an (inter)national network in e-Mental health and to create lasting collaborations. Last but not least, you can experience several successful e-Mental Health products and become acquainted with cooperation’s from the Netherlands. We believe it will be an inspirational evening for stakeholders and hope it will bring e-Mental Health further!
Building bridges between professional- and patientdata: merging PHR and EHR
June 9th, 13:30 – 14:30
Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam
Inkie Theus, Chief Operational Officer at Karify, moderates this session as chair woman.
About the session:
Personal Health Records (PHRs) are the next step in getting the patient in a position that he can influence the care he receives. Health data is made available through patient portals, and increasingly collected in patient owned – and in some cases patient operated – personal health records. In this session Inkie and the panel try to explore how medical and healthcare professional data can be made available for PHR’s in a sensible way. What does data exchange with patients mean for professional registration? How can quality of data be improved using patient involvement?