There is a wide variety of data scattered all over the world, and thousands of new data flows and exchanges are generated day after day in the field of healthcare. Today it constitutes a corporate priority given the added value it provides to businesses for obtaining client-focused results, benefiting from internal data and creating a more robust information ecosystem.
The need to find more appropriate and efficient ways of making use of this large volume of information brings us nearer to the advent of Big Data and its applications.
This Mobile Talks aims to identify how health data is renewing the industry, especially in the fields of management, promotion, prevention and healthcare.
By making use of the Data, companies can transform their business processes, maximize their knowledge and better manage risks.
To learn all about the starting point is the most efficient way to lay the foundations for a successful strategy. The invited speakers will present success stories that illustrate how data provides new opportunities for the industry and guarantees a better management of patient care practices and health care operations.
Moreover, we will present winning solutions submitted to Call for Proposals, launched by d-LAB a programme of MWCapital, which is looking to transform the use and governance of personal health data.
For the last 8 years, Francisco has served as Strategy Director for Medtronic Ibérica, the world’s leading company in health technology and sales of services and associated solutions.
Francisco has also been the Assistant Director of ESADE Business School’s Health Management Program in Madrid for 12 years.
Before that, Francisco developed a long career as Managing Director of various hospitals all over Spain.
An Industrial Engineer with an EMBA in IESE, he develop his career developing B2B business in different companies and sectors, like security, health, ecommerce and packaging sectors. Between 2003 and 2010 he worked in the security field developing first and managing after the sales and marketing department of some companies.
Between 2010 and 2014 he worked in the ecommerce channel and in the packaging one related with pharma sector, where he was the country manager for Middle East and North Africa. Finally in the last 3 years he’s working in Garmin, where, since 2 years he’s the key account manager for the B2B health division for West and South Europe
John is a member of IBM’s global Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry team, with a specific focus on the European market. He is also a member of the IBM Industry Academy. He advises and contributes to a number of European and Global healthcare IT industry associations, including COCIR, Continua. He is the lead IBM contributor for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Aging, and is one of several IBM executive sponsors of EIT Health, a European alliance for healthy living and active ageing.
John is President, since January 2016, of the European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL), a multi-stakeholder membership organisation dedicated to the promotion of eHealth and new models of care.
Bárbara Vallespín holds a Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) (Barcelona, 2002) and MBA from Esade Business School (2007).
She has extensive knowledge in the health care and ICT sectors, with special focus on hospital, academic and R+D environments.
She worked for eight years in the Clinic Hospital in Barcelona, one of the leading institutions on translational biomedicine related research in Spain, and with a long tradition collaborating in health innovation programs.
Ms. Vallespín was involved in the management of a long list of national and international initiatives focused on the telemedicine area and management of chronic patients through the implementation of technological platforms.
She then became Business Development Officer at the Center of “Computational Imaging and Simulation Technologies in Biomedicine” (CISTIB) at the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. She was responsible for capturing public and private funding for the Center and establish strategic alliances with the key stakeholders in the bioengineering sector.
In September 2012, she started working at IESE Business School as project director of several international projects related to the areas of integrated care, social determinants for health and health technology assessment.
In 2013, she began working in the Mobile World Capital Foundation within the Mobile Health program as mHealth manager. Ms. Vallespín developed the strategic and operational plan for the mHealth Competence Center, she coordinated several initiatives around the deployment of the mHealth Plan in Catalonia as well as international projects around the areas of digital identity, standards and interoperability in mHealth.
Since May 2016, she continues working at Mobile World Capital as d-LAB program director under the Digital Transformation area. D-LAB is focused on launching large societal challenges with a global scope that can be answered through innovative digital technologies.