As of 25. September 2018: event is fully booked
Rastatt, Germany 11 oktober - 12 oktober, 2018
We are excited to present the 4th edition of our Getinge Hospital Engineering Forum bringing together healthcare professionals from all over the world.
This event is a forum for leading hospital managers, architects and hospital planners where information, visions, contacts and ideas about the hospital of the future will be shared.
We will start with a walk-in lunch at noon the 11th and finish afternoon the 12th.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Rastatt!
The complete package for 199 € includes:
- Lunches and Dinner
- Accommodation in Baden-Baden
- Two half days full of lectures
- Industry experts
- Relevant & inspiring content
- Networking and fun
Datum: 11 oktober - 12 oktober, 2018
Stad: Rastatt, Germany
Venue: Getinge Experience Center
Booth: Main Auditorium
Interested in next year’s edition? Please contact us if you want to receive information once we start with the planning for autumn 2019.
Speakers and topics
We are inviting you to a scientific forum focusing on OR-efficiency through optimized workflow and digitalization.
- Healing Architecture: Creating world-class patient experience with an optimized environment of care
Ajay Bery, Sir H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital, India
- Architectural planning – An enabler for efficient hospitals
Magnus Nickl, Nickl & Partner Architekten Schweiz AG, Switzerland
- Hybrid OR – Future oriented solutions for efficient procedure
Tamara Mayne, University of Colorado Hospital, United States
- Efficiency gains through patient flow management
Dr. Ibrahim Mohamed Fawzy Hassan, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar
- Optimizing workflow in modern operating rooms
Dr. Thomas Ramolla, Klinikum Stuttgart, Germany
- Workflow for efficient sterile processing
Dean Burand, IHSS Ltd, Rocialle & Guardian Surgical, United Kingdom
- Introducing robotics in sterile reprocessing while increasing team engagement
Pia Lynge Madsen, Rigshospitalet, Denmark
- Applying digitalization on a country level healthcare system
Nanna Skovgaard, Ministry of Health, Department of Health Economics, Denmark