CPhI Webinar Series

Technology & Device Trends Driving Care from Hospital to Home

March 29th, 2022
4pm CET / 10am EST
What will this webinar address?

Smart devices which enable remote monitoring and self-administration have been on the market for a few years, but pandemic has fast-tracked growth in this sector.

At a time when visiting a hospital to receive care was potentially dangerous for more vulnerable patients, and health centres were overwhelmed and lacked capacity, focus shifted to devices and solutions which would enable safe administration of medications in the home setting.

This webinar will examine the future of ‘patient-centric’ telemedicine solutions – from the most innovative devices entering the market, to the role of logistics companies in creating a new infrastructure around remote care.

By attending this webinar, you will understand more about:
  • The impact of COVID on ‘home health’ and remote monitoring
  • Device innovation – what are the latest products entering the market
  • Maintaining adherence at home
  • Supporting the logistical requirements of home healthcare
Anders Brantnell
Assistant Professor
Uppsala University

Anders Brantnell is an Assistant Professor in Industrial Engineering and Management with focus on medical technology innovation and implementation at Uppsala University.

Brantnell is leading a WP with focus implementation and business models in the Additive Manufacturing for the Life Sciences Competence Center. Brantnell teaches in health innovation, implementation and product development.

Brantnell conducts research on development and implementation of new solutions in healthcare, covering technologies and areas such as 3D-printing, IoT solutions, and eHealth solutions.

Farid Seddighi
Head of Pump Group
Gerresheimer

Farid Seddighi, Ph.D. is a physicist by training. He is currently the head of Pump Group at Gerresheimer Switzerland.

Prior to joining the pump group at Gerresheimer, Farid has served five years as head of “Device Manufacturing Technology Hub” at Sanofi in Frankfurt, in charge of manufacturing transfer for devices to worldwide sites and life cycle management of Sanofi’s injectable portfolio.

From 2002 to 2015, Farid worked for the Carl Zeiss Group’s semiconductor manufacturing technology division in North America and at the HQ in Germany.

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Technology & Device Trends Driving Care from Hospital to Home
  • March 29th, 2022
  • 4pm CET / 10am EST
  • 60 minutes
  • Free
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