Health & Privacy: The impact of smart health innovation on (y)our life

an event by Leuven MindGate, Leuven Value Network & the City of Leuven

Smart healthcare innovations are an asset to our lives...

Smart devices measure and monitor more and more data related to health, while more and more patients and care workers are experiencing the benefits of using this technology. Technological and digital innovations are becoming crucial drivers in the transition of healthcare, where the patient and the quality of care must be at the center.

…but what about our privacy?

Do we really want all kinds of companies - big and small - to know our weight, heart rate and general fitness? Are you completely comfortable with how multinationals or the government protect our data? Or is allowing technology equal to giving up a little privacy anyway?

Discover it through a multi approach at the event: "Health & Privacy"!

During 'Health & Privacy', we want to highlight both aspects: we want to show you some fantastic innovations which can enrich our lives... but at the same time, we want to tackle the data protection issue.

What you need to know..

When: Thursday 24th March, starting at 17:30

Where: Stadion OH Leuven

What: Booths exposition smart health technology + expert panel discussion about 'privacy'

Organised by: Leuven MindGate, Leuven Value Network, City of Leuven

Partners: OH Leuven, Cronos Leuven

Meet the experts

Emeritus Prof. Dr. Frank Rademakers was until recently Chief Medical Technology Officer at UZ Leuven. He had overall responsibility for innovation and in that capacity supported the contacts with external partners in research and industry.

Wouter Van den Bosch is Program Manager & Cluster Lead Public Health at imec. The Public Health cluster wants to stimulate digital transformation and investigate how technology can be used to create new insights in personalised health trajectories.

Alderman Thomas Van Oppens of the City of Leuven has a wide range of responsibilities, including the IT policy of the city. In recent years, he has introduced several technology-related projects that have an impact on the lives of nearly 100,000 people.

Isabelle François is general manager of Health House and will moderate the panel discussion. With her in-depth background in health technology development and her skills as a moderator, she is the perfect person to explore deeper insights into the world of health & privacy.

Join us in a quest where health innovation meets and embraces privacy.

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