Data and models in healthcare: how to make justifiable decisions in a complex system? | Nov 3rd, 2020

FORS and the Finnish Society of Automation will organize a joint seminar on November 3rd, 2020 14:00-18:00. The seminar discusses the role and opportunities of data and modeling in various parts of the health care system. The speakers represent both academic research and application in business and public service.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the seminar is organized as a webinar. All participants will receive webinar details shortly before the event. (This has changed from the original hybrid model idea. In short, now there will be no physical event. )

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Program

”System dynamics and design thinking as tools for making sense of complicated societal ecosystems”
Peter Ylén, Principal  Scientist/Team Leader, VTT

”Healthcare operations management – from data to knowledge”
Toni Ruohonen, CEO, Synesa

Combining register data and CGE modelling –  pension, social and health care cost  projections in the FINAGE model
Juha Honkatukia, Research Manager, THL

“Automation on Biomedical Micro- and Nanodevices and their Applications”
Pasi Kallio, Professor, Vice Dean for Research
Faculty of Medicine and Health Technology, Tampere University

“Modelling population screening programmes – colorectal cancer screening in Finland and Australia”
Ellie Dillon, doctoral candidate, Aalto University School of Business

“Optimizing epidemic control decisions with simulators – case COVID-19”
Lauri Neuvonen, doctoral candidate, Aalto University School of Business


The seminar is organized as a webinar (details will be provided for participants prior to event). Participation is free.

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This event is sponsored by:
Aalto Health Platform