April 6, 2019

07:30 a.m. to 06:30 p.m. – Accreditation

08:30 a.m. to 09:10 a.m. – Conference 11 | NHS Digital: empowering patients in a digital world
Vishem Ramkisson – NHS Digital (UK)

9:10 a.m. to 01:30 p.m. – International Conference 3: The practice of telemedicine and Digital Health Prediction of Business Opportunities in Digital Health Through Meta-Analysis of Research
Andreas Keck – Syte Institute (DE)
The ‘virtualist’: how will clinicians practice medicine in the mobile, connected, virtual world?
Daniel Kraft – Singularity University (US)
Digital Visits for Risk Stratification
Gus Gardner – Optum (US)
Digitisiong the NHS at 70Y
Vishen Ramkisson – NHS Digital (UK)

10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – Break

11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – Conference 12 | The future of augmented virtual and extended care
Daniel Kraft – Singularity University (US)

11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – Conference 13 | Telemedicine: an expressway to Health digital world
Cláudio Lottenberg – United Health Group/HIAE (BR)

12:00 p.m. to 02:00 p.m. – Lunch

02:00 p.m. to 03:00 p.m. – Panel 13 – Telepsychology: new perspectives in mental health
Venue: Arena 1
Moderation: Milene Rosenthal
Telepsychology scenario worldwide and Brazilian scenario today
Cláudia Catão (USP)
Randomized clinical trial: efficacy of remote care in telepsychiatry
Ines Hungerbühler (TNH Health)
Real-life telepsychology: how virtual office works
Milene Rosenthal (Telavita)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 14 – Gains in productivity through technology: future Health management
Venue: Arena 2
Moderation: Fabrício Campolina
Public provider vision: future Health management
Antonio José Rodrigues Pereira (HC-USP)
Health operator vision: future Health management
Luiz Rodrigo Barros and Silva (Optum)
Industry vision: future Health management
Renato Garcia Carvalho (Philips)
Private provider vision: future Health management
Sidney Klajner (HIAE)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 15 – Longevity economy: the ascension of Telehealth in elderly population well-being
Venue: Arena 3
Moderation: Jorge Felix
Gerontology construction and its possibilities of supporting elderly persons
Carla Santana (USP-RP)
Population aging and construction of an Industrial health and care complex in Brazil
Jorge Felix (USP/FESP)
Telehealth as a tool for reducing costs in SUS [Unified Health System]: Brazilian municipalities cases
José Carlos Vasconcelos (Telehelp)

02:00 p.m. to 03:00 p.m. – Panel 16 Digital certification: applications and importance to Brazil Digital Health
Venue: Arena 4
Moderation: Renato Sabbatini
Digital certification development background in Brazil and its certified application in Health electronic registration systems
Luis Gustavo Kiatake (SBIS)
Importance of digital certificate in implementation and International HIMSS EMRAM certification: path to paperless hospital and digital hospital
Cláudio Giulliano Alves da Costa (HIMSS Latin America)
Digital certificate implementation case in a Brazilian hospital
Flavia Vespermann (UNIMED – BH)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 17 – Education in ethics and digital responsibility for Telemedicine
Venue: Arena 5
Moderation: Chao Lung Wen
Key aspects for drafting Telemedicine compliance in an institution
Chao Lung Wen (FMUSP)
Ethics and digital behavior in Telemedicine: necessary and urgent education
Gyorgy Miklos Bohm (FMUSP)
LGPD [General Personal Data Protection Law] and Digitization Law and patient electronic records and relationship with Telemedicine
Sandra Regina Franco Lima (Lawyer)
Legal aspects in Telemedicine involving the use of applications, WhatsApp and social media
Silvio Valente (Physician and Lawyer)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 18 – Entrepreneurship and investment in Telemedicine & Digital Health: challenges and opportunities
Venue: Arena 6
Moderation: Rogério Rabelo
Serial entrepreneur physician vision through digital companies
Antonio Carlos Endrigo (Nexodata)
Entrepreneur physician view on Corporate Health with digital tools
Eduardo Reis de Oliveira (Santecorp)
Entrepreneur physician view on Start-ups and conventional Health companies
José Luiz Setubal (José Luiz Egydio Setúbal Foundation /Children’s Hospital Sabará)
Entrepreneur physician vision in Health companies under transformation
Rogério Rabelo (Dalben)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 3 Mezzanine – BRICS Telemedicine (teleconference)
Venue: Mezzanine Auditorium
Moderation: Luiz Ary Messina
(National Research and Education Network)
Reality: the need for legal and ethical frameworks
Maurice Mars – Unversity Kwazulu (ZA)
Telemedicine for the Russian national project “Healthcare” – the Russian experier
Mikhail Natenzon – National Telemedicine Agency (RUS)
National framework for current and future Telemedicine practices – The India Sto
Saroj Kanta Mishra – Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (IN)

03:30 p.m. to 04:00 p.m. – Break

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 19 – Innovation and trend in Digital Health
Venue: Arena 1
Moderation: Luis Gustavo Kiatake
The future of Medicine
Carlos Ballarati (I2h-Innovation to Health)
Strategic vision and need of planning
Lincoln Moura Jr. (Accenture)
Patient empowerment in Digital Health
Márcia Ito (SBIS)
High reliability and digital transformation
Valéria Souza (HIAE)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 20 – Telemedicine Impacts on IT management: CIO vision
Venue: Arena 2
Moderation: Julio Pereira
Cultural impasse versus technological capability in the implementation of Teleradiology and Telemedicine in Brazil
Jihan Zoghbi (ABCIS/DR. TIS)
Health Industry Trends
Luzia Sarno (Fleury Group)
Interoperability between high-complex systems
Vilson Cobello Junior (Hospital das Clínicas)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 21 – Telemedicine and Telehealth: what should not be lacking
Venue: Arena 3
Moderation: Diego Gonzalez
Evidence, Telehealth and Primary Care
Carmen V M Abdala (BIREME)
Robots in Health care: from fiction to reality
Luciano Eifler (ConceptMed)
Guide for Telehealth programs and services – from method to practice
Natan Katz (TelessaúdeRS-UFRGS)
Technology in Health to improve cost-effectiveness: benefits from telescreening associated with video consultation
Renata Zobraran (TOPMED)
BVS Infobutton: scientific evidence within of Health electronic registration systems context
Renato Murasaki (BIREME/OPAS/OMS)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 22 – Telemedicine Regulation in Brazil
Venue: Arena 4
Moderation: Antônio Carlos Endrigo
APM Contribution to Telemedicine
Antonio Carlos Endrigo (APM)
CFM Telemedicine Resolution: technical-legal aspects and institutional debates
Chao Lung Wen (CTIM CFM/FMUSP)
How I see the future of Telemedicine
György Miklos Böhn (FMUSP)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 23 – Digitization as value generator for the current Health model: success cases in Brazil
Venue: Arena 5
Moderation: Cezar Rodriguez Domingues (Axismed)
Digitization as value generator for the current Health model: Success cases in Brazil
Cezar Rodriguez Domingues (AxisMed)
Dynamic Presentation
Cezar Rodriguez Domingues (AxisMed)
Dynamic Presentation
Marcelo Fonseca (Dr. Consulta)
Dynamic Presentation
Rubem Ariano (Horas da Vida)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 24 – Impacts of new technologies on Health promotion and prevention strategy
Venue: Arena 6
Moderation: Sérgio Rocha
Digital Health: transforming data in care
Daniel Dipp (BR Hommed)
Telemedicine in the view of physician patient
Márcio Krakaeur (Nidomater)
Case – Use of Technology in care and management of chronic diseases Paulo Hungaro (UNIMED Sorocaba)

07:30 a.m. to 06:30 p.m. – Accreditation

08:30 a.m. to 09:10 a.m. – Conference 8 | The future of Health & Medicine: where can technology take us?
Daniel Kraft – Singularity University (US)

9:10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – International Conference 2: Digital Health
Augmented Intelligence: how AI can reshape prevention, diagnosis and therapy
Daniel Kraft (Singularity University US)
To leverage the data & the infrastructure – An HMO advantage
Pini Ben-Elazar (Mor Research Applications)
Digital transformation around the world
Robert Wah (former president – American Medical Association)
The digital patient
Tobias Zoebel (Erlanger University)

10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – Break

11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – Conference 9 | Digital Transformation of Healthcare – Leading Innovation through people
Luis Lapão – Nova University Lisbon (PT)

11:30 to 12:00 p.m. – Conference 10 | Global trends in direct to consumer Telemedicine and Digital Health
Klaus Boehncke – LEK Consulting (DE)

12:00 p.m. to 02:00 p.m. – Lunch

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 1 – Successful experiences in Telemedicine & Digital Health
Venue: Arena 1
Moderation: José Cechin (Fenasaúde)
Family telemedicine: applications and successful cases
Caio Seixas Soares (Teladoc)
Telemedicine: opportunities of use in coordinated Health care
Erika Fuga (Sulamérica)
América hospitals experience in CVA assistance
Lais Perazo (UHG Brasil)
Pediatric tele-evaluation in Health operator – new outlook for management and chain logistics of Health services
Marcos Loreto (Omint)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 2 – Transforming Telemedicine & Digital Health
Venue: Arena 2

Moderation: Jorge Muzy (NC Group)
Telemedicine & Digital Health extending access to Health – HIAE examples
Eduardo Cordioli (HIAE)
CDS and Democratization of knowledge will transform Telemedicine
Ian Chuang (Elsevier)
Challenges and perceptions for creating the digital strategy of a hospital – Case BP
Lilian Quintal Hoffmann (BP)

02:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 3 – Rute: where we came from, where we are and where we are going
Venue: Arena 3

Moderation: Thiago Lima Verde (National Research and Education Network)
Pediatric surgery SIG: outcomes in 5 years of Telemedicine
Alcides Salzedas (UNIFESP)
Integration and Collaboration in Cardiology SIG
Carlos Alberto Pastore (INCOR)
Indigenous Health SIG – Outcomes and Perspectives
Clayton Coelho (UNIFESP)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 4 – Telehealth and Innovation: what can we expect?
Venue: Arena 4

Moderation: Humberto Serra (ABTMS)
Telehealth and Telemedicine: a globalized view of the future
Adolfo Sparenberg (ISfTeH Board Member and AGM Telessaúde do Brasil)
Telemedicine as a way to improve the Unified Health System service, experiences from a public-private partnership
Felipe Cezar Cabral (HMV)
Health Innovation
Mario Bracco (InnovationSeed)
Health Entrepreneurship and Portal Telemedicina case
Rafael Figueroa (Portal Telemedicina)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 5 – Industry 4.0 in Health: Medicine of the future
Venue: Arena 5

Moderation: Paulo Banevicius (GE Healthcare)
Technological disruption in Health
Fabio Mattoso (IBM)
Perspectives for the next decade
Fabrício Campolina (ABIMED)
AI Application in Health
Guilherme Salgado (Kunumi)
The role of Venture Capital in Medicine
Jeff Plentz (Techtools)
Telemedicine transforming Health
Roberto Botelho (ITMS)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 6 – Telemedicine in medical specializations
Venue: Arena 6

Moderation: Felipe Nirenberg (Telelaudo)
Telehealth: The U.S. market experience
Felipe Nirenberg (Telelaudo)
How machine learning can improve telediagnosis?
Gustavo W Kuster (NeoMed)
Tele-imaging: global scenario and experience in Brazil
Adilson Ferreira (SBUS)
TELEAVC: real-life experiences of patients and physicians
José Luciano Cunha (Hosp. Leforte/Hapvida)

02:00 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. – Panel 1 Mezzanine – Telemedicine in Portuguese-speaking countries (teleconference)
Venue: Mezzanine Auditorium
Moderation: Paulo Lopes (National Research and Education Network – RNP)
Evolution of Mozambique National Telemedicine Program
Bernardina de Souza – Telehealth (MZ)
Portugal National Telemedicine Services
Micaela S Monteiro – National Telehealth Center – SNS (PT)
Cape Verde National Telemedicine Services
Vanda Azevedo – National Telemedicine Service (CV)

03:30 p.m. to 04:00 p.m. – Break

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 7 – Dataopera: APM interoperability project
Venue: Arena 1

Moderation: Antônio Carlos Endrigo (Nexodata)
Interoperability bus
Omar Rodrigues (DXC Technology)
Dataopera platform
Paulo Salomão (DTO)
Vinícius Souza (Soluti)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 8 – Telehealth State of the Art: Brazil scenario
Venue: Arena 2

Moderation: Alexandra Monteiro (UERJ)
Teleconsultation in regulation: qualification of referrals and reduction of lines
César Biseli (HSL)
Telehealth Program Impact: costs and results
Marcelo Gonçalves (UFRGS)
National Telediagnosis Offering: analysis of cost-effectiveness
Renato Minelli Figueira (HC-UFMG)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 9 – Legislation and Standards
Venue: Arena 3

Moderation: Rogéria Leoni Cruz (HIAE)
Dehospitalization phenomenon in Digital Health: new technologies and advancement of legislation in Health
Elysangela de Olivera Rabelo Maurer (TozziniFreire Advogados)
Health Universalization through Telemedicine: Brazilian legal scenario and Telemedicine around the world
Renata Fialho de Oliveira (Veirano Advogados)
Data protection act and its reflections in Health
Rogéria Leoni Cruz (HIAE)
New resolution on online psychological service
Rosane Lorena Granzotto (Federal Council of Psychology)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 10 – Medicine in Digital Era
Venue: Arena 4

Moderation: Paulo Fraccaro (Abimo)
Information convergence for clinical decision support systems
Aldenor Martins (SIGNOVE)
Information security for medical equipment and its implications in electronic medical reports
Danilo Santos (Federal University of Campina Grande)
Real-time medicine: risks and opportunities of digital transformation in medical practice
Donizetti Louro (FMUSP)
Telemedicine and Regulation in Primary Care
Ricardo Valentim (Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 11 – Telemedicine and Digital Health Challenges
Venue: Arena 5

Moderation: Guilherme Rabelo (Incor)
360 degree Health – Integrated digital platforms for benefit of physicians, patients and Health policies
Carlos E. C. Camargo (Brasil Telemedicina)
How digital transformation has been impacting Health
Emerson Leandro Gasparetto (DASA)
Digital transformation in Brazil’s primary Health
Moacyr Campos (Carenet)
Implementing Telemedicine programs in Latin America: challenges, achievements and opportunities
Pablo Utrera (DOC24)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 12 – Health 4.0: digital transformation integrated to Population Health management
Venue: Arena 6

Moderation: Kátia Galvane (Everis)
Health 4.0 – User at the core of the system
Ana Claudia Pinto (Sharecare)
Disruptive technologies for managing information focused on Health management
Kátia Galvane (Everis)
Standards and information technology sharing applied to innovation processes, in Population Health management
Luis Gustavo Kiatake (SBIS)

04:00 p.m. to 05:30 p.m. – Panel 2 Mezzanine – Telehealth in Latin America and the Caribbean (teleconference)
Venue: Mezzanine Auditorium

Moderation: Letícia Gennes-Beltrán – World Entrepreneurs Sárl (CHE)
Las tecnologias de la informacíon en el sector de la Salud como fator crítico del éxito socio-economico
Marcelo D’Agostino – OPAS (USA)
Proyecto Bid e Iniciativas ALC: politicas, gestion, educacion, redes, tecnologia e infraestructura
Alaneir Fátima dos Santos – CETES/UFMG (BR)
Argentina Telesalud as public policy. Plan nacional de Telesalud Emiliano Lopez – Ministry of Health (AR)

07:30 a.m. to 06:30 p.m. – Accreditation

08:30 to 09:10 a.m. – Opening

09:10 a.m. to 09:50 a.m. – Conference 1 | Telehealth: The U.S Market Experience
Bernie Elliot (American Telemedicine Association)

09:50 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Conference 2 | From Telemedicine to Digital Health: How Far do we come from? How far shall we let it go?
Frank Lievens (International Society for Telemedicine and EHealth)

10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. – Break

11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – Conference 3 | Leveraging patients data – A new era in Health Organizations
Pini Ben-Elazar (Mor Research Applications)

11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – Conference 4 | The technology that drives virtual Healthcare
Jeff Nadler (Teladoc Health)

12:00 p.m. to 02:00 p.m. – Hub Tec Seminars
12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m. – Remote Patient Monitoring
Daniel Dipp (Dir. of Telemedicine & Digital Health BR Hommed)
12:20 p.m. to 12:35 p.m. – Developing Telehealth programs: challenges and achievements
Pablo Utrera (DOC24)
12:40 to 12:55 – SulAmérica and digital transformation
Caio Gustavo Andrade de Souza (SulAmérica)
01:00 p.m. to 01:15 – Einstein Telemedicine Solutions for companies and hospitals
Marcelo Suzuki (Telemedicine Administrative Manager of Einstein)
01:20 p.m. to 01:35 p.m. – Digital Transformation in Health
Omar Rodrigues (Director for Healthcare DXC Technology Industry)
01:40 p.m. to 01:55 p.m. – Artificial Intelligence empowering physicians in Telemedicine
Rafael Figueroa (Portal Telemedicina)

02:00 p.m. to 02:30 p.m. – Conference 5 | Established paths to reimbursement in Digital Health: The European perspective
Andreas Keck (SYTE Institute)

02:30 p.m. to 03:00 p.m. – Conference 6 | Digital Transformation in Healthcare: Promise and pitfalls
Robert Wah (DXC Technology)

03:00 p.m. to 03h30 p.m. – Conference 7 | E-Health laws – Catching up with technology
Tobias Zoebel – Erlanger University (DE)

03:30 p.m. to 04:00 p.m. – Break

04:00 p.m. to 05:15 p.m. – International Panel Telemedicine and Telehealth
Telehealth: Myth vs. Reality
Bernie Elliot (American Telemedicine Association)
The concept and terminology evolution: From Telemedicine to Digital Health
Frank Lievens (International Society for Telemedicine and EHealth)
Seriously implementing e-health/Telemedicine services: Considering management, Health professionals and patients roles
Luis Lapão (Nova University Lisbon)

11:30 a.m. to 06:30 p.m. – Accreditation

02:00 p.m. to 06:30 p.m. – Pre-courses

Health Thinking: Transforming Health field through Exponential Technologies – Dynamics for positive agenda in Health field
Coordination: Prof. Wagner Sanchez (director of Undergraduate Studies at Fiap and coordinator at MBA Healthtech) and Prof. John Lima (coordinator of Undergraduate Studies and MBA Healthtech)
Topics covered:
How digital disruption is intrinsically tied to the future of Health market and impacts on Economy and society.
Distinguish value chain from this segment and how it has been quickly transformed in the last years and technological barriers that are always disrupting the value chain.
Discuss by means of Design Thinking dynamics what really matters in all that context, what makes more sense for business, careers, governments and population, keeping an eye on blockchain, IoT, big data, virtual and augmented reality, wearables, artificial intelligence, among other fronts.

Education in responsible, efficient and sustainable Telemedicine
Coordination: Prof. Dr. Chao Lung Wen
(associate professor and head of Telemedicine Discipline at USP Medical School)
Topics covered:
Telehealth organization and benefits and Ocean Unit in Amazônia Telemedicine hub
Prof. Dr. Cleinaldo Costa (Dean of UEA)
Relevant aspects in Telemedicine services organization (functional, contingencies, quality control)
Prof. Dr. Raymundo Soares de Azevedo Neto (associate professor at the University of São Paulo)
Academic Telemedicine Organization within Health operator
Dr. Marcos Loreto (medical Technical director at Omint Serviços de Saúde)
Innovation in Telemedicine service in Ophthalmology
Prof. Dr. Alexandre Chater Taleb (coordinator of NUTTs – Telemedicine and Telehealth Center of the Medical School of the Federal University of Goiás)

Implementing Interoperability in Health Information systems: Health Level Seven (Hl7) standards
Speakers: Dr. Renato M. E. Sabbatini
(vice-president and director of Work Group of Education and Training Course, Hl7 Institute Brazil) and Dr. Marivan S. Abrahão (president and director of Work Group of Terminologies, Hl7 Institute Brazil – Hl7 International affiliate)
Topics covered:
Introduction to Interoperability between Electronic Health Registration systems (S-RES). Organizations developing standards.
Standard-based interoperability: an overview and current status in Brazil and worldwide.
Terminology standards: CID 10 and 11, CIAP, NANDA, CIPE, LOINC, TUSS, SNOMED CT, MeSH. The government CENTERMS project (National Center for Health Terminologies).
Data exchange standards: HL7 V2.x, V3, FHIR and CDA. Other standards.
Semantic and S-RES architecture standards. Functional standards HL7, ISO 13606 and openEHR. Information security standards (ISO 27001, 27799, etc.).
How to implement, harmonization of standard . Special cases, such as telehealth. Interoperability certification.
The future of health information standards.

Telemedicine and Digital Health Innovation
Coordination: Dr. Sidney Klajner
(president of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein) and Dr. Eduardo Cordioli (medical manager of Telemedicine at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein)
Topics covered:
The virtual Physician: Development of skills required for the new era of Medicine
Developing Skills – Dr. Carlos Pedrotti (reference physician of the Telemedicine Center at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein)
Spreading knowledge – Prof. Dr. Ana Estela Haddad (Full Professor of the orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry Division of the School of Dentistry of USP)
Discussion/Debater: Dr. Eliezer Silva (director of diagnostic and ambulatory medicine at HIAE)
Real-Life Examples of Artificial Intelligence and Health
Teledermatology – Dr. André Pires dos Santos TeleICU– Dr. Danilo Noritomi
Teleradiology – Dr. Marcelo Felix
Discussion/Debater: Dr. Henrique Neves (CEO of HIAE)
Real-Life Examples of Big Data and Analytics in Health
Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein cases – Prof. Dr. Edson Amaro
Discussion/Debater: Dr. Sidney Klajner

9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Domestic Panels

Panel 13 – The Power of Digital Transformation in Value-Based Remuneration Models
Moderation: Fabricio Campolina (Senior Director of Health Transformation, Johnson & Johnson Medical Latam)

Open Innovation Applied to Value-Based Remuneration Models
Sidney Klajner (president of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein)
HealthTechs & Outcome Based Agreement: Outlook on Brazilian Market
Gustavo Araujo (Founder Distrito)
Impact of Digital Transformation on the Implementation of Key-Elements from Value-Based Remuneration Models
Marcia Makdisse (MD, PhD, MBA, VBHC Green Belt Educator, Mentor & Consultant at VBHC, Mak Valor)
Artificial Intelligence: The Key to Negotiate Risks in a VBC World
Fernanda Oliveira (Coordinator of Work Group for Health Value at Abimed)

Panel 14 – Telemedicine & Digital Health: Experience and Insights of the Public System
Moderation: Antônio Carlos Endrigo

Challenge of Health Data Integration and Portability in Patients from Public and Private Sector
Jorge Luiz Silveira Osório (Municipal Secretary for Health of Porto Alegre)
Telemedicine Implementation Experience in Health Microregions of Saúde, Butantã, Vila Maria and Vila Guilherme, City of São Paulo
Renato Azevedo Júnior (SMSSP/SPDM) (Coordinator of Telemedicine implementation at SPDM)
Telemedicine Implementation Strategy as Supportive Modality in SUS [Unified Health System]
Marcelo Itiro Takano (Sectoral Coordinator of Urgencies and Emergencies at UCP – BID/SMS of the Municipality of São Paulo)

Panel 15 – The future of Telemedicine in Brazil – TALK SHOW
Moderation: José Luiz Gomes do Amaral (chairman of APM)
Chao Lung Wen, professor USP
Marcelo Queiroga, president of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology
Aldemir Humberto Soares, Full Secretary at CFM, Coordinator of the Technical Council for Medical Informatics in Health of the Federal Council of Medicine
Adriana Ventura, Federal Deputy for political party partido Novo

Panel 16 – Telemedicine as an Ally in Patient Care Process
Moderation: Henrique Neves (Deputy Chairman at ANAHP)
Telemedicine – Aligning Optimal Experience for Physicians and Patients
Ricardo Salem (Director at Care Plus)
Patient-Focused: Telemedicine Disruption
Vitor Tadeu Ferreira (Information Technology Manager at Hospital Moinhos de Vento)
How Telemedicine can Help the Patient Achieve Proper Treatment Faster
Merula Steagall (President of Abrale)
The Future of Care in Health: Preserving Doctor-Patient Relationship
Eduardo Cordioli (Medical Manager of Telemedicine at HIAE)

Panel 17 – Primary Care, Innovation and Digitization – TALK SHOW
Moderation: Eduardo Giacomazzi (Deputy Director at ComSaúde-Fiesp)
Paulo Chapchap (Director-General at Sociedade Beneficente de Senhoras Hospital Sírio Libanês)
Giovanni Cerri (Vice-president at Coalizão Saúde Institute and Chairman of the Board of Directors at InRad-HC-FMUSP)
Marisa Madi (Executive Director at Hospital das Clínicas – Medicine School of São Paulo HCFM/USP

Panel 18 – Telemedicine and experience with COVID-19
Moderation: Fernando Cembranelli
Key Cases in New Telemedicine Era
Guilherme Wiegert (Physician and CEO at Conexa Saúde)
The role of telemedicine in challenging health scenarios
Fábio Tiepolo (CEO Docway)
Digital Prescription in Brazil During Pandemic
Ricardo Moraes (CEO and Co-Founder Memed)
Telemedicine in Portugal during Covid-19 and beyond the pandemic
Daniel Ferreira (Director of the Digital Clinical Center, Hospital da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal)

10:35 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. – International Forum
Moderation: Eduardo Cordioli
The hype, the opportunity and risks of AI for health
Bernardo Mariano (Director Digital Health and Innovation Who – CH)
Approach towards the future of Telemedicine/Digital Health in a global perspective
Frank Lievens (ISfTeH – Belgium)
Proof of Digital Health Medical and Economic Impact: State of the art
Andreas Keck (SYTE Institute -Germany)
Telemedicine and wheels of motion
Dirk Peek (Netherlands)

10:35 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. – International Panel 2
Moderation: Jefferson Fernandes
Delivery for the Stay at Home Economy: Virtualizing Healthy Living
Karsten Russel-Wood (Philips Health Care – USA)
Innovation models in healthcare – the Israeli experience
Esti Shelly (Director, Digital Health, Ministry of Health – Israel)
A Global Perspective of Digital Health
Shafi Ahmed (Professor at Harvard Medical School – USA and Bart’s Medical School – UK)

12:15 p.m. to 02:00 p.m. – Break

02:00 p.m. to 04:40 – HUB CONNECT

02:00 p.m. to 02:30 p.m. – TUINDÁ – Telepropedeutics and remote physical examinations
Ricardo A. Muñoz (Head of Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, Executive Director of telemedicine and Co-director of Children’s National Hospital Heart Institute, Washington, D.C. – USA and Rafaela Wagner (Hospital Pequeno Príncipe)

02:00 p.m. to 02:15 p.m. – W3 CARE – TeleCOVID experience and its legacy for TeleCa
Jamil Cade

02:00 p.m. to 02:15 p.m. – TUMMI – The medical journey that faced Start-Up’s world
Alessandra Morelli

02:20 p.m. to 02:35 p.m. – CARENET – IoMT: data interoperability and integration in patient journey
Fernando Paiva

02:20 p.m. to 02:35 p.m. – DR. AO VIVO – How Doutor ao Vivo Telemedicine platform is supporting a variety of health verticals implement Teleservice, benefits, cases and figures
Mauren Ginaldo Souza (CEO)

02:40 p.m. to 02:55 p.m. – The importance of Digital Certificate for advancing hospital processes
Eliani Andrade

02:40 p.m. to 02:55 p.m. – FACILECARE – How IoT transforms Telemedicine experience
Gianluca Donnini (CEO) and Liziane Aquino

03:00 p.m. to 03:15 – TELAVITA – Effective Mental Health Solutions to face current and future challenges across organizations
Milene Rosenthal

03:00 p.m. to 03:15 p.m. – STEMI – How Stemi application can prevent avoidable deaths
Ron Engelberg

03:20 p.m. to 03:35 p.m. – FILÓO – Accessible Health and Social Impact
Rubem Ariano

03:20 p.m. to 03:35 p.m. – MIDOCTOR 24h – The virtual practice in the present and future post-pandemic
Carlos Javier R. Montes de Oca

03:40 to 03:55 – NEXODATA – What we have learnt from the 400% growth during pandemic
Pedro Dias

03:40 to 03:55 – PLUGINBOT – Telepresence robots in hospital field
Spencer Santos (Head of Operations at Pluginbot)
Lilian Arai (Founder of Hackmed)
Ricardo Tavares (Coordinator of Palliative Care Center at HCFMUSP)

04:00 p.m. to 04:15 p.m. – MOBILE SAÚDE – Digital Transformation across Health Operators
Jean Schulz

04:00 p.m. to 04:15 p.m. – DR. VIDA – Teleconsultation Challenges in Brazil
Thiago Soeiro

04:20 to 04:35 – TELEDOUTOR – Democratizing access to health in African countries
Renata Barbosa

04:20 p.m. to 04:35 p.m. – ZETTA – Transforming data in care: how AI and scientific evidence optimize interventions and generate savings in Health Thiago Pavin Rodrigues