29/11/2023 – Let’s talk… about how we can help you run your clinical trial

You are a manufacturer of a digital health solution and plan to conduct a clinical trial or are in the process of conducting a clinical trial? Then we would like to discuss with you and our panelists where you are in the process of conducting a clinical trial and what you may need help with.

In our first session of our new event series “Let’s talk…” we want to talk with you about how we can support you in your ongoing clinical trial process.

As participant you will also have the opportunity to ask your individual questions to the panelists.

We look forward to your participation and an exciting exchange!

PROCEDURE

The event will take place digitally and in english language.

The event will last 60 minutes from 11:00 am to 12:00 am (UTC+1).

After registration, you will receive a link to the Microsoft Teams event separately by e-mail in the run-up to the event.

PANELISTS

Till Gladow, Head of Clinical Research Services, dmac

As a sports scientist, Till Gladow has been working for over 10 years on sensor-based movement analysis and digitally supported therapy measures for patients with chronic diseases, with many years of experience in the MedTech industry as well as in university research. The planning, coordination and evaluation of clinical studies were the focus of his activities. As head of clinical research services, Till Gladow has been contributing his expertise in medical technology and clinical research methods to the service portfolio of dmac since 2019. Together with an interdisciplinary team at dmac, he supports manufacturers of digital health solutions on their path to regulated reimbursement, with a focus on proving the impact and benefits (evidence) of digital applications.

Ann-Kathrin Spörlein, Product Owner, dmac

Ann-Kathrin Spörlein is a trained physiotherapist, studied therapy and health scienes and has many years of experience in the field of the Digtial Health Applications (DiGA). At dmac she works as a project manager and is primarily responsible for the DiGA process as well as product management of the Digital Trials Center (DTC). Therefore she has a very broad knowledge of digital and decentralized clinical trials.

Dr. med Sabine Stallforth, Neurologist, Universitätsklinikum Erlangen

Sabine Stallforth works as a neurologist for the University Hospital Erlangen where she cares for patients with movement disorders and leads studies investigating patient-centered digital applications. Away from clinical medicine, her areas of interest also include cognitive neuroscience, communication and UX design in the context of digital patient applications.

Christian Weigand, Head of Mobile Health Lab Bamberg, Fraunhofer IIS

Christian Weigand has been working in the field of telemedicine at Fraunhofer IIS and other commercial enterprises for about 22 years. He has driven the implementation of medical communication standards in numerous research and industry projects. He applies the experience gained here at Fraunhofer IIS as head of the Mobile Health Lab and at dmac GmbH as CTO in consulting on DiGA and DiPA interoperability. In these projects, he works closely with DiGA vendors, care and physician practice management vendors, and representatives of the Medical Informatics Initiative on interoperability.

HOST

dmac – Medical Valley Digital Health Application Center

The Medical Valley Digital Health Application Center (dmac) advises manufacturers of digital health innovations on all relevant issues relating to the German healthcare market and helps identify opportunities, understand requirements, connect with industry stakeholders, and choose the most promising market access strategy and best reimbursement path for each healthcare solution.

In addition, dmac offers clinical research services that focus on evidence generation and include all the services of a digital study center – from patient recruitment and patient management to data collection and analysis. Also part of the service portfolio: market and potential analyses as well as health economic evaluations.