Paul Elbers likes to share how the software is used in the decision-making process, what impact this has for both patient and doctor, how doctors always make their own assessment in addition to the model and how you, as a healthcare provider, can also go from an innovative idea to a working model. come. During the Vision Dinner, a lot of attention is paid to dialogue and you are therefore very welcome to participate as a peer!
Paul Elbers, Amsterdam UMC
Paul Elbers has been a Specialist since 2009 and works at Amsterdam UMC. As an intensivist, he treats the most vulnerable patients. A position where you can make a difference for patients and families. With a view to a possible new corona wave this autumn, optimal use of the IC capacity is 'essential', according to Paul Elbers, which is why he would like to enter into a conversation with you to promote innovative solutions.
Amsterdam UMC has a 'worldwide first' by using software with artificial intelligence in the decision-making process of an intensive care physician. The developed model can collect up to 30,000 data points per intensive care patient daily and advises whether a patient can be transferred to a nursing ward. The software has a significant impact because moving too early from the intensive care unit is very risky for the patient. Staying in the ICU for too long is not only annoying and costly for the patient, but it also means that the bed in question cannot be used for another patient who may need it much more. A well-considered decision, therefore, ensures both better care and cost optimisation.
Location: Amsterdam area
17:30 - 20:30
You are most welcome to participate in this small-scale and confidential Vision Dinner on the Healthcare Next platform. The platform in which IT & Medical Information professionals can spar about challenges within their field. In 2023, Flevum will organize four sessions in this area in which knowledge exchange and dialogue are paramount.
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