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Digital innovation in healthcare

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Digital innovation is a key tool in modernizing healthcare. But is our healthcare system even ready for that? And how specifically can digital innovation help? How can we accelerate the digitization of the Slovak healthcare system and support the deployment of digital innovations? How will the new resources from the Eurofunds and the Recovery Plan contribute to the effective deployment of digital innovations that will help both doctors and patients?
Chairman: Samuel Arbe

Samuel Arbe

ITAPA
Samuel Arbe works as a consultant for the World Bank and a collaborator of the ITAPA conference. In Slovakia, he launched and managed the Operational Program Effective Public Administration for 6 years, which to this day contributes to the higher quality of the public sector and public services. His expertise is increasing the efficiency of public institutions and digital transformation.
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Michal Ivantyšyn

Center for innovative healthcare
Career: Five years of experience in public administration Development of national eGovernment strategy audit Management of OP Information Society (1.162 mil. €) Education: Executive education Certified Computer  Professional University of California Berkeley, Executive Program Commenius University, Bratislava MA  
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Martina Antošová

Martin University Hospital
Martina Antošová specializes in the preparation and coordination of national and international projects from several sources of funding and the comprehensive implementation of these projects. She focuses mainly on applied research and clinical trials. He currently works as the leader and main coordinator of the project of the new University Hospital in Martin (St. Martin's University Hospital). She participates in the preparation of strategic documents for the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic where she works as an advisor to the Secretary General of the Service Office and a visionary of the RIS3 Strategy for Intelligent Specialization in the Healthy Society domain in the preparation of new operational programs for drawing EU …
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Viera Uherová

Oracle Slovensko
Viera Uherová is the CEO of Oracle Slovakia. During her career, she has worked for more than 20 years in various management positions in Slovak and international IT companies supplying projects in the sectors of public administration, telecommunications, banking, healthcare, transport and utilities. Under her leadership, comprehensive information and communication systems were supplied to customers in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Austria and the Netherlands. She also acted as an official expert evaluator of applications for a non-repayable financial contribution under Priority Axis 7 Information Society OPII for the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic and the Mini…
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Iva Kleinová

Government Office
Iva Kleinová leads the preparation of the National Strategy for Research, Development and Innovation at the Office of the Government. In the past, she worked in the private sector (McKinsey & Company, HB Reavis), education (LEAF, CERGE-EI) and the public sector (Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic, Fire Department of New York, UNDP). She holds a bachelor's degree from Princeton University and a public administration from Columbia University in the United States.
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Matúš Šesták

Ministry of Health of Slovak Republic
Matúš Šesták works as the General Director of the Digitization and Informatics Section at the Ministry of Health, where he primarily focuses on setting up process improvements and preparing projects to support the digitization of health care within the recovery plan. During the Covid 19 pandemic, he was involved in crisis management and the preparation of the e-bed application. Prior to joining the Ministry of Health, he worked as the director of the analytical department of the Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic, where he worked on public administration reform with a special focus on development and implementation for client-oriented services. At the Ministry of Interior, he also participated in the preparation of the OP…
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