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(eng)agingproject is run by Active Aging Center (AAC), a non-governmental organizationwhich develops 
projects focused on improving life of elderly - “Happy Senior” and “Good Investment”, in cooperation 
with KEYNOTEwellestablished consultancy. 

The program can be also browsed on the Sched phone appsearch for engaging2021.  


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Wednesday, February 10 • 18:30 - 19:30
Future of Telemedicine in Visegrad Countries

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The Covid-19 pandemic imprisoned us all at home and made it significantly more difficult to access health care for the long-term and acutely ill patients. Due to the risk of infection, there has been a growing interest in telemedicine services provided remotely over the Internet. The experience with Covid-19 has dramatically increased awareness of the possibilities of telemedicine among physicians, and hopefully also among governments and insurance companies. Remote examinations can serve as a filter and help reduce the number of visits to the general practitioner or to hospital outpatient clinics. Telemedicine can also remotely monitor chronically ill patients at home or in nursing homes so that caregivers can help them in a timely manner, for example in the event of a fall or sudden deterioration. This session should take an advantage of recent unfortunate experience with the virus and discuss the process of implementing telemedicine in healthcare in Visegrad countries and to share experience and good practices in this field. Older people would benefit from digitalisation of healthcare systems significantly.

Moderators
avatar for Miroslav Palát

Miroslav Palát

President, CzechMed

Speakers
avatar for Veronika Bulková

Veronika Bulková

Chief Executive Director, MDT - International Center for Telemedicine
avatar for Michał Czarnuch

Michał Czarnuch

Partner and Head of Life Sciences Practice, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka sp. k.
Michał specialises in administrative law, particularly pharmaceutical law, medical law, advertising law, EU law and competition law, and provides support in matters relating to allegations of corruption (white collar crimes). He is involved in advising sectors defined as sensitive... Read More →
avatar for István Kósa

István Kósa

Medical Coordinator of Telemedicine, National Healthcare Service Center
István Kósa obtained his medical degree in 1986 and his degree in health economics in 2003 at the University of Szeged. He specialized first in internal medicine, then in cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation. He started his work at the Department of Nuclear Medicine at Univ. Szeged... Read More →
avatar for Peter Stachura

Peter Stachura

State Secretary, Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic
The Government of the Slovak Republic appointed Peter Stachura to the position of State Secretary on the proposal of the Minister of Health Marek Krajčí on 27 May 2020. Officially, he holds the function as of 1 June 2020.Peter started his professional career at the Department of... Read More →


Wednesday February 10, 2021 18:30 - 19:30 CET
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