Dr. Julio Mayol, Medical and Innovation Director of Hospital Clínico San Carlos (node of ITEMAS), spoke about the digital transformation of healthcare during his pariticpación in the IV Edition of Big Data & Analytics in the Health Sector, which celebrated last May 30 at the Iluniun Tower and organized by the Executive Forum.1
The objectives of these meetings organized by Executive Forum are to analyze the influence of ICT and, in particular, of Big Data when contributing to the optimization of goods and services in the area of Health. And in this line, to value Big Data as a tool that promotes and supports research, innovation and evaluation in the field of health.
Participating as speakers: Julio Mayol– Medical and Innovation Director of the Hospital Clínico San Carlos, Elena Peláez – Technology Business, Iluniun, Ramón Luna de María – CTO in PentaQuark Consulting and Leandro Tubia – Data and Analytics Director in Sanitas.
Julio Mayol »In any health system, both public and private, there are 3 requirements: new business models, new mental maps and finally technological innovation»
«We are algorithms, we should leave the human to humans and the tedious part of medical work to artificial intelligence»
«New business model: (Profit-damage) x perceived quality / Costs (€ + time + CO2)»
Elena Peláez – Technology Business, Iluniun. He talks about the problems of interoperability in Big data. »The bottleneck is not in technology but in use»
Predicting the disease with Big data. Ramón Luna de María – CTO at PentaQuark Consulting
«Connect devices». The patient can return home and is still treated. Chatbot of psychological text. Leandro Tubia – Data and Analytics Director at Sanitas.
Julio Mayol also talked about the Innovation Unit, work areas and projects: Chatbot of proctology, Data processing with Power BI, Process Mining, Guidelines to support decision making …