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Monday, 23 September 2024

FIRST SESSION: CREATING VALUE FOR USERS
8.45 Opening Remarks, Mario Plebani
Chairs: T. Ozben, T. Zima, M. Plebani
9.00-9.30 The value of laboratory information: navigating between quality and errors
M. Plebani (Padova, Italy)
9.30-9.50 Demand management for appropriate test requesting and clinical laboratory stewardship
J. Cadamuro (Salzburg, Austria)
9.50-10.10 Transforming laboratory data into clinical information
P. Vermeersch (Leuven, Belgium)
10.10-10.30 Process and outcomes measurement
S. Jovicic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Coffee break
11.00-11.20 Sustainable laboratory medicine (Green and smart clinical laboratories)
T. Ozben (Antalya, Turkiye)
11.20-11.40 Development of new reimbursement models
T. Trenti (Modena, Italy)
11.40-12.00 Patient empowerment
B. McMillan (Manchester, UK)
12.00-13.00 Discussion
Discussants: A.R. Horvath (Randwick, Australia), M. Panteghini (Milan, Italy)
SECOND SESSION: CHANGING THE ORGANIZATION
Chairs: P. Fernandez-Calle, K.P. Kohse, M. Langlois
14.00-14.30 Integration - overcoming silos in health care
C. Lowe (Cambridge, UK)
14.30-14.50 Integrated diagnostics
J. Lennerz (Boston, USA)
14.50-15.10 Integrated Diagnostics in Hematological cancers
E. Macintyre (Paris, France)
15.10-15.30 Networking, decentralized laboratory testing and Point-of-care (recorded)
S. Sandberg (Bergen, Norway)
Coffee break
16.00-16.20 Home testing, wearables and remote patient monitoring
G. Lippi (Verona, Italy)
16.20-16.40 Clinical Diagnostic and therapeutic pathways
C. Gabelli (Padova, Italy)
16.40-17.00 Information technology, digitalization and health electronic record
A. Padoan (Padova, Italy)
17.00-18.00 Discussion Discussants:
F. Ceriotti (Milano, Italy), P. Lankinen (Helsinki, Finland)

Tuesday, 24 September 2024

THIRD SESSION: ETHICAL ASPECTS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE
Chairs: E. Homsak, D. Vitkus, K. Peoc’h
9.00-9.20 Ethical challenges in laboratory medicine (covering big data)
G. Banfi (Milano, Italy)
9.20-9.40 Ethics in scientific research and publication
J. Wiencek (Vanderbilt, USA)
9.40-10.00 Challenges to the Brain-to-Brain loop
I. Lubin (Atlanta, USA)
10.00-10.20 Direct-to-consumer laboratory testing
M. Orth (Stuttgart, Germany)
10.20-10.40 The role and ethical aspects of Artificial Intelligence in value-based laboratory medicine
A. Carobene (Milano, Italy)
10.40-11.00 Disruptive innovations: between fakes and value for users
T. Hankemeier (Leiden, The Netherlands)
11.00-12.00 Discussion
Discussants: M. Zaninotto (Padova, Italy), P. Bossuyt (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Coffee break
FOURTH SESSION: THE FUTURE OF LABORATORY PROFESSIONALS
Chairs: M. Ciaccio, D. Pasalic, A.M. Simundic
13.30-13.50 Changing education and training of laboratory medicine professionals
T. Zima (Prague, Czech Republic)
13.50-14.10 The new in vitro diagnostic regulation (IVDR)
C. Cobbaert (Leiden, The Netherlands)
14.10-14.30 Forecast of the diagnostic market
J. Rueda Rodríguez (Brussels, Belgium)
14.30-14.50 Biomarkers and personalized medicine
R. van Schaik (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
14.50-15.20 Future duties and responsibility of laboratory professionals: the role of EFLM in sustaining value-based laboratory medicine
M. Plebani (Padova, Italy)
15.20-16.30 Discussion
Discussants: E. Macintyre (Paris, France); M. Boggetti (Siena, Italy)
Conclusion remarks and open discussion on the expectations from participants