13. On the role of imaging and data analytics in personalized medicine and population health: a view from Philips
Homer H. Pien, Phillips (Philips)
5/2/16, 2:00 PM
Healthcare around the world is undergoing dramatic transformations, due primarily to the unsustainable rate of growth in the cost of care. In response, the community must provide better care at a lower cost. Personalized medicine plays an integral part in that. At Philips we are pursuing a strategy in precision health, which links across the entire care continuum from monitoring of...
M. Conti, Siemens Healthcare (Siemens Healthcare)
5/2/16, 2:30 PM
We will review the new trends and the exciting future developments of molecular imaging, and relate them to how the industry can enable and strengthen these new directions. 1)Enabling new trends: i)Theranostics and its role in personalized medicine, and the associated requirements on present and future generations of PET scanners ii)Beyond “generic” FDG imaging, new specific tracers and...
S. Tavernier, PETSys (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))
5/2/16, 3:00 PM
CERN is one of the world's best centres for fundamental research. However, the economic return has been disappointingly low. I have been active in the field of technology transfer from fundamental research in high-energy physics to other fields during the last 20 years, and this activity culminated in the creation of a spin-off company a few years sago. I will analyse the reason for the low...
M. Cirilli, CERN
5/2/16, 3:20 PM