Healthcare and Care with Distance-spanning Technologies – examples from Norway & Estonia
Remote services in health care help health care workers using software/hardware to access a client’s devices offsite, in order to provide observing from the distance, online visits and other solutions that help to offer health care info without the contact with the person. Although these services could include installing updates, security patches or troubleshooting other issues, being able to offer service remotely is crucial in today’s society.
In this webinar we would like to discuss and compare different remote services in Estonia and Norway. We will discuss:
What elements make the use of distance-spanning technologies acceptable for the doctor/practitioner and attractive to use?
What barriers do we have to overcome and who has to do it?
13.00 – Introduction
13.05 – Tor Saetrang and Rannveig Finsveen (HelseINN)
13.25 – Dr. Jens Espeland (General Practitioner)
13.45 – Dr. Eero Merilind (Family doctor and Head of Estonian Health Foundation at General Practitioner)
14.05 – Dr. Mart Kull (General Practitioner)
14.25 – Panel discussion on the implementation process and best practices. Moderator: Piret Hirv (health tech and Connected Health cluster manager in Tehnopol)
14.55 – Final words
This webinar is free but needs your registration. We will send you the link to the webinar briefly before the event starts.
Everyone joining from Norway the event starts at 12:00.
This event is funded by EEA&Norway Grants 2014-2021 project. All activities are supported by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants.