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Fachkurs: MF23-H06 - How to create impact on the future of digital health through mobile applications

Requirements: Own laptops and smartphones, Google Chrome and a gmail account for Google Colab.

Participants: 12

Credit Point (ECTS): 1, grading possible

 

The COVID-19 has radically impacted our lives, and consequently experts envision a healthcare world in 2040 driven by six areas - data sharing, interoperability, equitable access, empowered consumers, behaviour change, and scientific breakthrough. It is said that the shift will be from "health care" to "health", and will "collectively transform the existing health system from treatment-based reactionary care to prevention and well-being". (Deloitte report, 2021)

During this interactive course, the participants will get the opportunity to learn about:

  • Future healthcare trends and their impact on the system;
  • Policy, privacy, and security regulations and their implications;
  • The rise of digital health applications and their importance to deliver more equitable value to patients.

The latter topic will be expanded into a hands-on workshop where the facilitators will guide the participants on a practical patient-focused journey that starts with identification of real patient's needs through to a simple mobile application that uses smartphone's built-in sensors' input and AI techniques to provide convenient services such as a "speech-to-text" patient diary or an automatic blood pressure measurement recording.

The tools used here will encompass industry concepts like:

  • Design Thinking methodology;
  • Agile framework development;
  • AI algorithms development (e.g., speech-to-text model);
  • Mobile application development.

Kategorie

  • Halbwochenkurs (Di - Do)

Datum

21.–23.02.2023

Ort

Hochschule Furtwangen - Campus Schwenningen
Schwenningen

DozentIn

Petronela Sandulache, MA CEMS, Founder and CEO

is the Founder of CorDiFio Health with the vision of raising awareness and early-detecting heart disease in women as the #1 killer of women more than all cancers combined is heart disease. With 10 years of digital consulting experience in innovation, strategy, and startups across Australia, Germany, Silicon Valley, and Switzerland, she is determined to empower every woman to be in control of her own health.

She holds a MA in International Management from the University of Sydney (Australia) and the London School of Economics (UK) – top of the Dean’s list, and a BA in Economics from the University of Rome (Italy). She thrives in a diverse and multicultural environment, and speaks 4 languages fluently.

Her motto: “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” (Lincoln)

Dr. sc. Iris Shih, Resmonics AI AG (Zurich, Switzerland)

Iris Shih is a Co-founder and CTO at Resmonics AI with the mission to revolutionise respiratory health care. She has worked in the field of digital signal processing, applied machine or deep learning in healthcare applications since 2012, both in research and industry.  She holds a MSc in Computer Science from TU Munich, PhD in Applied Artificial Intelligence from ETH Zurich, published researcher in sound AI-based respiratory symptom detection. Work experience in biomedical computing.

Sprache

English

Preis für Berufstätige

€ 240,00

Preis für Teilzeitkräfte bis 50%

€ 120,00

Ermäßigter Preis / Reduced price

€ 40,00

Preis für Berufstätige 20% Rabatt / Price for professionals (20% discount)

€ 96,00

Genaue Kurszeiten:

Di, 21.02.2023
10.00 - 11.30
14.00 - 15.30
16.00 - 17.30

Mi, 22.02.2023
09.00 - 10.30
11.00 - 12.30
14.00 - 15.30
16.00 - 17.30

Do 23.02.2023
09.00 - 10.30
 

Mögliche Zahlungsarten

  • Zurzeit ist Zahlung nur per Rechnung möglich. / Payment possible only by invoice

Zielgruppen

  • Arbeitssuchende
  • Berufstätige
  • Studentinnen

Veranstalter

Netzwerk F.I.T (mf)

Freie Plätze

12

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