Jana Tolle

Digital Lounge: Digital Health - How smartphones change our health system

The future of health system with Prof. Dr. Michael Höbig

HSBA Insurance Innovation Day

Data is not only the driver of the large Internet companies, it also forms the basis for an optimized healthcare system. In combination with the digital health record and the emerging medical data platforms, the smartphone offers new approaches to revolutionize tomorrow's medicine - from possibilities for self-optimization to automated therapy suggestions. Thanks to the smartphone, tomorrow's medical care will be more decentralized, networked, faster and more forward-looking. How can we turn this potential into reality - and at the same time ensure that the quality of treatment and the privacy of patients is preserved?

We cordially invite you to the first eLounge of the year on this topic:

"Digital health - how smartphones are changing the healthcare system"

Speakers and participants of the panel discussion:

  • Thomas Ballast, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Management of Techniker Krankenkasse
  • Sebastian Vorberg, Spokesman of the Board, Federal Association of Internet Medicine
  • Marco Siebener, Head of IT at the University Hospital Eppendorf
  • Ingo Horak, Digital Health Entrepreneur
  • Dr. Thilo Löwe, co-founder of Statista and consultant for data-driven business models

Wednesday, 29.01.2020, 18.00 - 20.00 hours

Audimax, SQUARE HSBA Innovation Hub, Adolphsplatz 6, 20457 Hamburg

Learn from different perspectives, from patients to service providers, how smartphones will change the healthcare system:

Thomas Ballast is Deputy Chairman of the Board of Management of Techniker Krankenkasse. At TK he is responsible for Customer Service, Organization and Infrastructure, Supply Management and Innovation. In previous positions, the trained economist was, among others, Chairman of the Board of Management of the Ersatzkassenverband vdek.
Sebastian Vorberg is a specialist lawyer for medical law and owner of the law firm for innovative medicine Vorberg.Law. As a founding member and spokesman of the board of the German Association for Internet Medicine, he has been a supporter and pioneer for providers and manufacturers of digital health applications for almost a decade.
Marco Siebener is Head of the Information Technology Division of the University Hospital Eppendorf (UKE). After working as a product and project manager in the field of eHealth, including in the Asklepios Group, he is now responsible for the operation and further development of the entire information technology at one of Hamburg's largest employers.
Ingo Horak is a multiple company founder in the digital healthcare market and has 25 years of experience in digitization as a manager with renowned German and international companies in the media and healthcare industry, including AOL Time Warner, Bertelsmann, DocInsider, Vivy and Ada Health.
Thilo Löwe is co-founder of the business builder LSP Digital and the data platform Statista. He is currently working with his team and partners to establish new data-driven business models in the healthcare sector. An important topic is the aggregation and accessibility of anonymous health data.

You can register yourself and other guests by e-mail or online using our registration form.

Participation in the event is free of charge. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. You are welcome to forward the invitation to your interested circle of acquaintances and colleagues.

For information for Bachelor students: For this event, credits totalling 0.08 can be credited to you within the framework of the comprehensive compulsory elective area (Studium Generale).

We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting evening and thank all discussion participants for their great support.