[SE05-MED] Bright Spots: Innovations for Quality, Reliability, or Safety of Medical Technologies

DAY 1 – Monday 2 May – 15:30-17:00
Swiss Tech | Room 3B | Level Garden

Session Leader | Summary | Panelists and Abstracts

 

Session Leader

Kate Michi Ettinger – @k8ethics
Mural Institute, United States

Kate Michi Ettinger, Senior Fellow, Center for Health Professions, UCSF, is a social innovation consultant, product designer and health care ethicist with over fifteen years of health-related experience in private, government, academic, non-profit sectors. At the catalyst at OpenQRS, Kate currently focuses on how to harness new technologies, such as sensors, wireless, mobile – to make it easy, effective and affordable to monitor data on quality, reliability and safety for medical devices deployed anywhere in the world.

     

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Emmanuel Kouemo Tchokodjeu, Cardiac Centre Shisong, Cameroon, Advanced Medical Technologies Management in Limited Resources Settings Context: Five Years’ Experience from the Cardiac Centre of Shisong in Cameroon [PDF Full Paper]

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Roberto Musi, United Nations Office for Project Services, Haiti Office, Setup of Health Technologies Maintenance Units in Complex Settings: An Experience from Three Community Reference Hospitals in Haiti

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Andrei Dizon Coronel, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines, The eHATID LGU Program: A Continuing Effort in the Collaborative Challenge of Nationwide Health Informatics [PDF Full Paper]

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David Matthew Garrity, GVA Research LLC, United States of America, Additionality vs. Systems Approach: ICT and Tuberculosis Epidemic in Southern Africa [PDF Full Paper]

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