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31st August 2017
The future of health care in a world of artificial intelligence and robotics

Technology’s increasing pervasiveness has touched nearly every corner of our lives, not the least of which is health and health care. The evolution of technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics have already begun to shape the future of health care delivery, and will have an undeniable impact on patient experiences over the next 20 years.

30th August 2017
Jennifer Dixon – “We really have a big impotence for change which is absent in other countries”

The Sciana network, an international collaboration between The Health Foundation, Careum Stiftung and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, brings together leaders in health and health care policy to find solutions to shared challenges being faced in health care across Europe. During the inaugural meeting, facilitated by Salzburg Global Seminar and hosted at Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron, foundation partners, senior ambassadors and members worked to find differences between their respective health care systems in Germany, Switzerland, and the UK.

30th August 2017
Paul Bate – “Bringing in artificial intelligence has a potential to really transform the way health care is delivered”

Paul Bate, director of NHS services at Babylon Health, believes technology will play a key role in providing more accessible and affordable health care around the world; a belief which encompasses Babylon’s very mission. Bate attended the inaugural meeting of Sciana, the health care leaders network, to shed light on the issues facing the UK health care system and share his insights in the role artificial intelligence (AI) may have in aiding them.


What is Sciana: The Health Leaders Network?

Sciana is designed to bring together outstanding leaders in health and health care policy and innovation. The network provides members space to take inspiration and learning from across the globe, and time to share insights gained as well as their own experiences with peers, with whom they will work to address some of the shared challenges we are facing across Europe.

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Sciana Senior Ambassadors All Senior Ambassadors

Harry Burns
Strathclyde's Professor of Global Health. He also has a leadership position within the International Prevention Research Institute (IPRI).
Ilona Kickbusch
Director of the Global Health Centre and Adjunct Professor, Interdisciplinary Programmes, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
Heyo Kroemer
Chairman of the Managing Board and Dean Medical School, University Medical Center Göttingen.


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