Gabriëlle Speijer MD
HIMMS Future50 International HealthIT leader
The movement towards a new structure of our healthcare system is up to speed now.
Because of the core values of our profession it’s essential to support this process. I.e. no judgment nor selection, full confidentiality and to hold space for what the others best outcome would be. As technology is only following, the human aspect is leading.
I work as a radiation oncologist at Haga Hospital. I am also involved in various initiatives that are aligned with my mission of improving quality of care through the use of digital technology.
Jurymember Mobile Healthcare 2021 Innovation of the Year Award 2021, Online, The Netherlands.
Member Advisory board Action Team Ministry of Health and Welfare ‘ Artificial Intelligence Dichtbij’ 2021
MBRT symposium ‘Back to the Future’, Keynote ‘the future of our profession’, Online, Jun 10th The Netherlands.
In House Education Program for medical specialists (in training) -opening keynote- Artificial Intelligence, Haga Ziekenhuis, Virtual event. The Hague, The Netherlands. June 2nd, 2021.
VBHC Prize 2021. Keynote ‘The Future of VBHC’. Buitenplaats Amerongen, The Netherlands. May 19th
VBHC Value-Based Dragons’ Grant & Endorsement 2021, Jurymember. Buitenplaats Amerongen, The Netherlands. in-person or as a hybrid event. May 18th
Artificial Intelligence for & by physicians ‘Dokteren in de digitale wereld’. NVKF, SKMS, FMS, NVRO. ‘Occasional guest’ 5th and final webinar, virtual meeting. April 20th
Zorg & ICT closing session ‘De zorg van de toekomst volgens de digitale generatie’ Theater 6: Dutch Health Hub Academy · , Nov 4th 2021, Jaarbeurs Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Keynote speaker at the Med-Tech World Summit ‘The New Healthcare Pathway’ closing session with ‘ How to achieve real connectivity in this new healthcare world’, Nov 17-20 2021, Malta.
Jurymember at Med-Tech World Awards, Hilton Business Centre, St. Julian’s, Malta, 19th November, 2021.
Please come back soon as more will be anounced about this collaboration …
As a member of the project group INNOVATE we aim to facilitate safe & sustainable scale up of innovation between clinical departments Because implementation is often more complex than the innovation itself as successful implementation is an interplay of many factors like the technique itself, behavior of the people, process orchestration and organizational context. In this project will provide a scientific follow-up report, with examples & cases for other disciplines, in order these innovations reach our patients much earlier.
Mobile Healthcare Innovation Cafe, Sugar City