Panel – Healthcare IoT, A Physicians View Point

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Discussion Theme:

Exploring the current and emerging intersection points between Healthcare IoT patient wellness.


Chris Sullivan – Global Healthcare Practice Lead at Zebra Technologies and Health Slam Advisory Board Chairman

Dr Robert Kelly – Director of Clinical Innovation and former Head of Cardiology at Beacon Hospital, Dublin
Dr. Thierry Edoh – Affiliated Researcher RFW-University of Bonn – Germany
Dr. Jeffrey S. Roh, MD – Board-certified, award-winning specialist in minimally invasive spine surgery

Chris Sullivan is the Global Healthcare Practice Lead for Zebra Technologies and is responsible for the strategy and marketing functions for the Healthcare vertical business. Chris began his career with Cardinal Health in 1993 and spent 16 years in sales, marketing, operations, and strategy leadership positions with Cardinal Health. In 2008, Chris joined W.W. Grainger to lead the strategy formation and creation of its Healthcare business. While at W.W. Grainger, he created an industry first business model – designed around the Environment of Care regulatory standards – and distinguished by its innovation, marketplace differentiation, and commercial success. Chris is a Board of Directors member and quality control committee chairperson for Chicago-based Swedish Covenant Hospital. He also has served as a Board member for the Healthcare Supply Chain Research Consortium, and the 10,000 Villages organization.

Dr Robert Kelly is a practising Cardiologist in Ireland for last 10 years. Dr Kelly puts stents in arteries and treats people who have concerns about their risk of developing heart disease or dying from it. Dr Kelly has trained in UK, USA and Ireland. and is also a Digital healthcare entrepreneur. Dr Kelly advises start ups in medical and disruptive innovation capacity and is a medical advisor to VideoDoc (telemedicine) and Vtuls (connected health + wellness). Dr Kelly has an advisory role to Katawave (business imagination) innovation company working in life sciences, pharmaceutical and medtech areas. Currently, Dr Kelly serves as the Director of Clinical Innovation and former Head of Cardiology at Beacon Hospital, Dublin. He has recently completed a study of 320 patients using non-invasive heart monitoring to detect their risk for future stroke. Dr Kelly has a particular interest around best use of health monitoring and clinical risk prediction (death, heart attacks and strokes) using IOT, sensors, big data and artificial intelligence. The IOT highlights great opportunities to advance the field of health monitoring for everyone and once aligned with important clinical needs and ongoing patient problems this technology can improve those issues for millions of people in an instant easy and readily accessible way.

Dr. Thierry Edoh
is an associate researcher at the University of Bonn (Germany) / department of pharmacy, visiting associate lecturer at the Institute of Mathematics and Physics (IMSP)/University Abomey-Calavi, (Benin/Africa), and affiliated researcher at Technical University of Munich/department of Applied Software Engineering (Germany).
He received Diploma in computer sciences from Technical University of Munich in Germany and hold a PhD at the German Federal Army University, where he worked for several years on improvement of rural health care provision and access to healthcare in developing countries using ITC systems. He was award-winner at the 1st International Health Informatics Conference IHI ACM in Washington in 2010 and in 2013 at Afrinic conference in Indonesia. His research interests are mobile computing, pervasive health and health informatics, telehealth and IoT in medical applications.

Dr. Jeffrey S. Roh, MD is a board-certified, award-winning specialist in minimally invasive spine surgery. As a physician and surgeon with expertise in the spine, he specializes in treating adult and pediatric spinal disorders. He employs both non-surgical and minimally invasive surgical treatments to address the symptoms that can arise from abnormal spinal function. Dr. Roh has received numerous awards for his work and patient communication skills. He has helped educate and train spine fellows and hundreds of other domestic and international spine surgeons interested in the rapidly growing field of minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Roh is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in the state of Washington and performs more minimally invasive spinal procedures than anyone in the state.

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