DiGA Fast Track is Germany’s new, structured way for digital healthcare solutions (German: DiGA) to get access to the German statutory healthcare system, reaching more than 75 million citizens.
“How to prepare your entry into the German Market and the reimbursement process”. This will take place at 13:00 IST on Wednesday 16th September. Followed by the DiGA Summit by the HIH in Berlin (the department responsible for the fast track to reimbursement for e-health solutions) on all details about the DiGA process.
Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8983633830961267727
Enterprise Ireland will be joined for the webinar by the team around Dr. Christoph Bischoff- Everding founder of the HGC Healthcare Consultants GmbH. HGC will cover topics like
• Chances for Irish suppliers deriving from the Covid-19 pandemic
• Market access
• Classification as medical device
(Watch this video to understand what the DiGA process is all about)
and Dr. Andrea Seidel from Dr. Seidel Life Science, she will discuss
• expanding your business within the German market
• Do’s and Don’ts
• what budget and timeline to consider?
• the need of clinical trials
With a wealth of experience in business development and strategic partnerships, Dr. Seidel focuses on Dr. Seidel focuses on assisting companies identify their growth potential in-market.
Statutory health insurance what the process to get listed looks like, how they learn about innovative new health apps or medical devices and what the basis for their decision is. This is important for everybody who wants to be in the German reimbursement system.
Please click here to register for the HIH DiGA Summit. DVG – A summary of Germany’s new law for digital health applications can be found here.
As places are limited, we recommend that you register in advance to secure your place.
On September 16th Health Innovation Hub Germany will be hosting an English-speaking “International DiGA Summit” and thus taking the opportunity to inform the global digital health communities about Germany’s ‘DiGA Fast Track’ – a pioneering process to qualify and remunerate digital health innovations in the German statutory health care system. From September 2020 on, any German physician can prescribe qualified digital health applications to >75 million German citizens, fully reimbursed by the German statutory health insurances.
Date and time September 16th from 4 – 6 pm CET
Format Fully digital, online streamed event, access via our website. Audience can post live questions via Sli.do.
Addressing Digital health providers, consultants, policy makers, investors, physicians, academics
- Germany´s Federal Minister of Health, Jens Spahn
- The President of Bundesinsititut für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (BfArM – German FDA equivalent), Prof. Karl Broich
- The joint team from the German Ministry of Health, health innovation hub (hih) & BfArM who designed and are executing the Fast Track
- High ranking representatives from NHS & FDA, as well as Hal Wolf (President & CEO HIMSS)
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British Ambassador to Ireland Robin Barnett welcomed 36 UK companies to Ireland on Tuesday and outlined the great opportunities available in the Irish health landscape.
HIHI National Director Colman Casey presented at the event and both he and Eimear Galvin, Manager of HIHI in Dublin met a number of healthcare companies, showcasing the hub as part of the attractive health eco system here in Ireland. The companies from across the UK were on a trade mission to learn more about the opportunities here in Ireland.
The event was organised by Dept for Int’l Trade UK Dublin office. DIT’s principal role is partnering with Irish companies and helping them both source from & set up and expand in The UK.
Innovation in HealthTech brings together leading academics, clinicians, experts and engineers to discuss technology solutions to human health problems.
On 11 June evening, leading academic, clinical representatives and enterprises will discuss the challenges experienced in day to day clinical practice and the wealth of state-of-the-art technology solutions available in academic and industry circles. Discussion areas are respiratory medicine, infectious diseases, general surgery and emergency medicine.
On 12 June, speakers from higher education institutions and industry will present data from diverse pedagogical approaches and models which involve researchers from the engineering, industrial design, medical and business communities to develop medical device solutions in healthcare.
Register here for an opportunity to join the discussion!
Innovation in HealthTech is enabled jointly by the Ireland – Wales EU INTERREG operation Celtic Advanced Life Science Innovation Network (CALIN) and the H2020 Erasmus+ MedInvent project, in collaboration with Health Innovation Hub Ireland, University College Cork Medical Education Unit and Assert.
Innovation in HealthTech
11th – 12th June 2018 Tyndall National Institute, Cork
11th June: Addressing Challenges in Medical Device Development
||Registration & Welcome Coffee / Tea
Prof Eoin O’Reilly – Interim CEO, Tyndall National Institute
||Session I: Panel Discussion “From Prototype to Market”
Dr Ciarán Duffy – European Advisor / National Contact Point, Horizon 2020 Societal Challenges – Health, Enterprise Ireland (Session Chair)
Dr Colman Casey – Director, Health Innovation Hub Ireland
Mr Larry O`Dwyer – Scientific Affairs Manager, Health Products Regulatory Authority Ireland
Dr Paul Galvin – Head ICT for Health Strategic Programmes – Head of Life Science Interface Group, Tyndall National Institute
||Keynote Talk: Connecting the dots in Healthcare – the next generation of connected services
Dr Brian Flatley – Business Strategy and Engagement Director, S3 Connected Health
||Buffet Dinner & Networking
||Session II: “Needs & Challenges in the Clinical Market”
||Respiratory Disease – Opportunities for Innovation
Dr Marcus Kennedy – Consultant Respiratory Physician and Interventionist Pulmonologist, Cork University Hospital
||A role for technology in the fight against Antimicrobial Resistance?
Dr Corinna Sadlier – Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Acute Medicine, Cork University Hospital, Member of the National Immunisation Advisory Committee
||Robotic Joint Replacement Surgery
Mr Stephen Brennan – Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Bon Secours Hospital, Cork
||Stop telling us YOUR solutions to the problems YOU perceive we have!
Dr Jason van der Velde – Prehospital Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Retrieval Physician, National Clinical Lead MEDICO Cork
||Finger Food & Networking
||End of Day 1
12th June: Collaborative Healthcare requires Collaborative Education
Dr Padraig Cantillon-Murphy – Lecturer at the School of Engineering, University College Cork and visiting faculty at IHU Strasbourg
||MedInvent – Educating for innovation and standards in medical device design
Dr Jef Vanderoost – Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering Science, University of Leuven
||Medical Device Design at UCD: From classroom to commercialisation
Dr Eoin O’Cearbhaill – Director of the UCD Medical Device Design Group, Lecturer in Bioengineering at the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, UCD
||Coffee/Tea Break & Networking
||Co-education in EUNCL: from cross-expert fertilization to regulatory co-learning
Dr Simon Baconnier – TNA Manager European Nanomedicine Characterisation Laboratory EU-NCL, Clinical Alliance Manager, CEA Grenoble
||Lunch & Networking
||Hybrid Surgery at the IHU-Strasbourg: a new paradigm of education and innovation in France
Prof Lee Swanstrom – Head of GI and Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Oregon Clinic, Chief Innovations Officer IHU Strasbourg, Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery at OHSU
||Smart Digital Healthtech: from Key Enabling Technologies to 4P
Dr Paul Galvin – Head ICT for Health Strategic Programmes, Head of Life Science Interface Group – Tyndall National Institute
||Closing Remarks & End of Day 2
||End of Day 2
This conference will take place on 29th May with a workshop on 30th May in The Helix, DCU, Dublin.
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The Industry Research & Development Group will be hosting the Funding & Collaboration for Business Innovation in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown on 3rd May, 2018 from 8.30am to 3pm. This event will explore “All the funding and collaboration options to support business innovation in 2018 under one roof….”
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The Galway HIHI Team will have meet and greet stands at the following upcoming events:
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1. Grand Rounds, 1st floor, Clinical Science Institute (CSI), NUI Galway. Fri 6th April & Fri 20th April @12.30
2. BioExel Medtech Accelerator Networking Clinics, BLOCK E (Upstairs) Lecture Room BLE – 1006, NUI Galway. 18th April, 17th May, 14th June @5.30pm
3. Medtech Brew Start-Up event, Theme: Connected Health. Glasshouse at Electric, Upper Abbeygate St, Galway. 17th May @6.30pm. Register here
Alcass Health Solutions, BioBind, CroiValve, CortechsConnect, Gasgon Medical, Hidramed Solutions Ltd., Marion Surgical, Medrec.io, MyAccessHub, Nasal Medical, Remedy Biologics Ltd, and ViClarity – all enjoying the B2MC boot camp in Boston!
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The HIHI Team were delighted to attend a CIT breakfast briefing for staff today, February 2nd. This provided an opportunity to encourage future engagement and demonstrate our collaborative efforts today. The event also marked the first day of Dr Jane O’Flynn with HIHI @CIT. We are delighted to welcome Jane to the HIHI team. Jane will be based in the Create Building in CIT and will work closely with Daithi Fallon and Paddy McGowan on HIHI projects.