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Session type

Breakout Session

Timing

Thu, 03 Nov 2022

Room

Breakout room 4

About this session

Modelled on the principles of Design Thinking and participatory design, the Connected Health Kit is a powerful mapping tool. It allows to visualise processes in healthcare and identify opportunities to improve the processes and experiences for patients, healthcare professionals and other partners involved. The open-source kit is ideal for co-creation sessions with your multidisciplinary team and applicable to many other industries.

Join this breakout session to learn how to use the Connected Health Kit to zoom in on single problems, or zoom out and evaluate and mature the ecosystem – no matter what your product or industry!

About Ola

Ola Kotun

Ola Kotun

Head of Health at Futurice

Ola is a healthcare expert with a clinical background and a wide range of experience across the healthcare landscape. Her roles have entailed leading and creating initiatives to strategically boost performance by leveraging innovations and technology. She has experience driving end-to-end transformation, change and training projects across organisations in global healthcare systems. Ola is passionate about ensuring patient-centred care in all process cycles. 

About Sven-Anwar

Sven-Anwar Bibi

Sven-Anwar Bibi

Head of Strategy & Culture at Futurice

Sven has a history in strategy and innovation consulting in the context of analog and digital products and services. Between 2015 and 2020 he established the Connected Living Venture within PwC IXDS GmbH. Joining Futurice in 2020 he since heads Germany's Strategy & Culture Team, supports Biz Dev activities in e.g. Healthcare and is accountable for account and relationship building with nationally and internationally operating companies (e.g. Bosch Healthcare Solutions, Smith+Nephew, SPIE).

In addition to client work he spent half of his professional career involved in teaching and academic research. Sven gained experience in the DACH, Middle East and APAC region as Professor for Product Design and Design Research (lectureships, seminars, workshops). At PwC IXDS he lead a consortium of 3 SMEs and 2 Universities for the research project ProFI, funded by BMBF/DLR.

About Jan

Jan Schneider

Jan Schneider

Designer, Agile Collaboration Consultant and Climate Action Officer at Futurice

Jan is co-creating at the intersection of Design, Technology, Business, and Earth. Being a designer in multidisciplinary teams, his focus is the most valuable outcome of the project – by combining user needs, technical dependencies and business goals with agile ways of working. His strengths are workshops, in which he empowers the participants to discover solutions on their own.

About Louise

Louise Fuglsang

Louise Fuglsang

Lead Service Designer at Futurice

Louise supports organizations in creating lovable products, services, and brands. She is passionated about exploring and identifying problems worth solving and translate those into relevant and useful and relevant products and services as well as organisational change like Ways of Working, structures, partnerships, processes and communication.

As a Service Designer you break down complexity and this is why Louise is particularly excited about the health industry - there is a lot of complexity to break down, but also a lot of value to create!