Healthtech industry in the Netherlands – cooperation and business opportunities
On the 15th of June from 1PM-5PM, Enterprise Estonia in cooperation with Science Park Tehnopol, Connected Health Cluster and Dutch Embassy in Estonia will organise a seminar for Estonian health technology companies interested in the opportunities in the Netherlands.
Venue: Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Teaduspargi 6/1, seminar room, Merkuur
Although the Dutch healthcare system is among the most advanced in the world, there is significant room for improvement where it comes to e-Health and its acceptance. Rather than technical issues like standards, authentication and electronic health records that still need to be addressed in the Netherlands, it is probably more about how processes are redesigned and how people across the system are encouraged to start thinking differently.
12:30 – 13:00 Registration and coffee
13:00 – 13:10 Welcome by the Ambassador of the Netherlands in Estonia, HE Ms K. Van Stegeren
13:10 – 13:40 Healthcare system and e-health in the Nethrelands Thijs de Neeve, Export Advisor, Enterprise Estonia
13:40 – 14:10 Supplier perspective, Kees Donker (OIZ)
Given the upsurge of phenomena like remote monitoring, big data analyses and value based healthcare, selling ICT solutions to healthcare providers goes well beyond making ERP solutions fit a specific industry sector. Also, political and regulatory developments need to sync in with technological capabilities touching on standards and authentication. Another topic we have to look into and protect are the privacy regulations and the way the citizens feel about this. Kees Donker (OIZ) reveals what companies entering the Dutch market should prepare themselves for.
14:40 – 15:10 Coffee break
15:10 – 15:30 Introduction to the Dutch health accelerators, upcoming startup events and announcement by Philips about new initiative for health SMEs. Margot Roose, Ms Margot Roose, Regional Business Development, Baltics & Finland, Netherlands Embassy, Facilitating cooperation opportunities, knowledge sharing and connecting organisations/companies in Estonia and the Netherlands.
It takes many ingredients to develop good ICT innovations for healthcare. And it takes even more to make them succeed in the market. Inge Valstar (ZonMw / Zorg voor Innoveren) explains how policy translates into action, what some of the critical success factors are and how various actors in government, education and private enterprise are pushed to work together in order to make ICT innovation in Dutch healthcare take off and land.
16:15 – 16:45 Panel discussion
16:45 – 17:30 Networking with snacks
Please register by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The event is free of charge and will be held in English.
Külle Tärnov Thjis De Neeve
Connected Health Cluster Export Advisor in the Netherlands (Benelux)
Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol Enterprise Estonia