It’s also the opportunity to know about the Future of Health Grant and launching the second on September 25, and we would love to have you with us for the occasion.
For logistics reasons, the registration to this event is mandatory
VP Strategy, Kaiser Permanente
Program and Incubator Manager, EPFL Innovation Park
16h00 - 16h30
EPFL Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne
16h30 - 16h45
Jean-Philippe Lallement, Managing Director, EPFL Innovation Park
Bernard Rueger, President of the Board, CSS
16h45 - 17h05
Keynote : “Healthier Tomorrow: Kaiser Permanente’s Trailblazing Health Initiatives”
“value-based healthcare is about providing high-quality affordable value care and improving health of patients, families and their communities – deepening and extending healthy lives”
Vivian Tan, Vice President, Strategic Information Management and Global Relationships, Kaiser Permanente
17h05 - 17h25
Keynote: Towards Evidence-based Wellbeing and Prevention: “Why prevention does not work today and how we can fix it”
“There are many indications that digitalisation will also provide us with the keys to a new health system in which the topic of staying healthy plays the necessary leading role.”
Pr. Elgar Fleisch, ETH Zürich, author of the “Digital Pill” book
17h25 - 17h55
Philomena Colatrella, CEO, CSS
Jean-Daniel Laffely, CEO, Vaudoise Assurances
Diego Braguglia, Managing Partner, VI Partners
Dr. Philippe Schaller, Head, Réseau Delta
18h00 - 18h15
Dr Antonino Caizzone, Co-Founder of Iris Smart ring
18h15 - 18h30
Nicolas Loeillot, Innovation Catalyst, CSS
18h30 - 19h05
Iohannès Bry, Program and Incubator Manager, EPFL Innovation Park
Jan-Niklas Kramer, Innovation Manager, CSS
EPFL Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne
Elgar Fleisch and team have published their findings in over 600 papers, including the book The Digital Pill. He is co-founder of several spin-off and start-up companies and member of various supervisory boards as well as academic steering committees.
Elgar Fleisch did his doctorate in Vienna, in the field of artificial intelligence, and his habilitation in St. Gallen on the topic of network companies. He spent his sabbaticals at MIT and Dartmouth College.
Jan-Niklas is a digital health expert with a wide experience in research and corporate innovation. He is an innovation manager at CSS and is the director of the CSS Health Lab, a research collaboration between CSS, ETH Zurich, and the University of St. Gallen, that investigates new technologies and business models in healthcare. Before joining CSS, Jan-Niklas completed his PhD at the University of St Gallen. His research examined how technology can enable and support chronic disease prevention and his findings are published in leading academic journals.
Back in 2003, after a career in companies like Accenture, Nortel or Gartner, he founded a computer vision company in Tokyo that provided A.I. applications to large companies across Asia, the US, and Japan. His company was eventually acquired by Amazon AWS in 2017.
In 2018, he joined the Swiss health insurer Groupe Mutuel as their Chief Innovation Officer. In this role, he formulated an innovation strategy, accelerated the use of Artificial Intelligence in the company, and developed a data-driven approach to preventive healthcare while opening the company to partners like EPFL thru programs like Tech4Eva.
He was hired by CSS in mid-2022 to help supporting the adoption of digital health in Western Switzerland with the Future of Health Grant program. Since 2021, Nicolas Loeillot contributes to InnoSuisse as an Expert in the domains of Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence.
Dr. Philippe Schaller
Since 1992, together with Dr. Marc-André Raetzo, he has run Switzerland’s largest integrated healthcare network with joint budgetary responsibility: the Réseau Delta, which today has over 782 family doctors and 250,000 insured in the cantons of Geneva, Vaud, Fribourg, Valais and Jura.
Since the early 2000s, Philippe Schaller has been working to meet the challenges facing our healthcare system. Under his impetus, Switzerland’s first Maison de Santé – Cité générations – was opened in September 2012 in Onex (GE). The opening of several other similar homes is planned in the canton of Geneva. Among his many activities, Philippe Schaller is an associate doctor at the HUG, president of the charity association le CARÉ and a member of Pro Mente Sana. He is also a lecturer at the HEdS and the author of numerous scientific articles and publications.
More recently, he has helped to create and promote an integrative medicine project: Le center de médecines naturelles in Petit-Lancy.
Vivian Tan is the Vice President, Strategic Information Management and Global Relationships, working closely with the Chief Financial Officer and the Chairman and CEO. In this role, Vivian provides the strategic leadership for an enterprise data and analytics team in order to support, enable and advance KP’s strategy. Additionally, Vivian manages the partnership with the World Economic Forum in collaboration with the Chief Strategy Officer on the broader international strategy. Vivian is responsible for KP insight – an enterprise data and analytics team consisting of 250+ data analysts and scientists–that conducts a wide range of work from complex delivery systems and financial analytics to regulatory reporting. She is also leading data and analytics transformation efforts to move cloud-based platform and enable advanced analytics including AI, machine learning and neural nets.
Prior to this role, Vivian led the multiple transformation efforts driving Kaiser Permanente’s national strategy in partnership with all regions and functions. She identified, analyzed, and interpreted health care trends, organizational strategies, strategic investments and Kaiser Permanente’s overall market and competitive position. Vivian has served in several leadership roles since joining Kaiser Permanente in 2006. She was the executive director and chief of staff to Kaiser Permanente’s Chief Financial Officer, where she was also interim Vice President of Strategic Planning before assuming the job permanently in 2009. She served as the Vice President of Capital Planning from 2011 to 2013.
Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente, Vivian consulted with senior leadership at Fortune 500 firms in her seven years with Booz & Co., an international consulting firm. She also worked in policy and planning with the Telecommunications Authority of Singapore (national regulator) and was a senior officer with United Overseas Bank. Vivian holds a bachelor’s degree in economics, political science, and statistics from the National University of Singapore, and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management. She completed the Kaiser Permanente Executive Leadership Program at Harvard University in 2008.