She specializes in the preparation and coordination of national and international projects from several sources of funding and the comprehensive implementation of these projects. She works as a project manager on several investment projects of national importance implemented at JLF UK, such as the Martin Center for Biomedicine (BioMed Martin), the National Biobank in Martin. Leader of the project New University Hospital in Martin. Coordinator of preparation of strategic documents in the field of science, research and development, including the position of visionary for the Healthy Society domain in the preparation of new operational programs for drawing EU structural funds in Slovakia for 2021-2027. Coordinator and leader in innovation and technology transfer for JLF UK in Martin. She participates in the vision of digitization of healthcare and implementation of artificial intelligence into clinical practice. Lecturer in the field of Medical Management. Coordinator and leader in the field of innovation and technology transfer for JLF UK in Martin. Quality manager at JLF UK. Member of several professional societies SLS and the European Respiratory Society, the International Society for Biobanking, etc.
Discussion of invited guests:
Martina Antošová, Centrum pre podporu vedy, výskumu a vývoja
Vladimír Dvorový, Svet zdravia
Rastislav Karbas, Prosoft Košice
Tomáš Rohožka, Asseco Central Europe
What will the new university hospital in Martin be like? Work on the new hospital in Martin continues intensively. The project accepts global as well as regional requirements for excellent healthcare based on innovations in biomedicine and information technology. The entire hospital is designed according to processes that are specifically configured for the patient and his journey through the system. It meets all the original requirements - smart, green, teaching, research, personalization of the approach and planned health care based on quality and value orientation.
The construction of a new state hospital that will educate future doctors and other health professionals and at the same time support innovations and processes leading to the improvement of the knowledge economy may be the first signal to improve the current state of health care in Slovakia in years.