Presentation on theme: "Mikilvægi samskipta heilbrigðisgeirans við háskóla og iðnfyrirtæki til þess að örva vísindi og þróun Birgir Jakobsson Karolinska University Hospital 26."— Presentation transcript:
Mikilvægi samskipta heilbrigðisgeirans við háskóla og iðnfyrirtæki til þess að örva vísindi og þróun Birgir Jakobsson Karolinska University Hospital 26. janúar 2011
2Island Birgir Jakobsson The Doctor. Sir Luke Fildes, The Tate Gallery, London.
4Island Birgir Jakobsson There has been a great medical and technical development in health care We still work more or less in the same old fashion but
5Island Birgir Jakobsson Sir Cyril Chantler: “Medicine used to be simple, ineffective, and relatively safe. Now it is complex, effective, and potentially dangerous.” Lancet. 1999; 353(9159): , p
25 High risk organizations according to Amalberti, R. Safety Science,
25 Lack of quality Lack of integration between academia, industry and health care Restricting rules and regulations Insufficient clinical pathways Accidents and mistakes Inefficiency Demography Differences in culture and conflicts of interests
8Island Birgir Jakobsson Health care to day Evidence based Patient safety Focused on the needs of the patient Efficiency Equality Accessibility Improvement is needed in almost every aspect
9Island Birgir Jakobsson Ad hoc To late To early How do we introduce new drugs and technique, new innovations into daily health care ? This is not only inefficient but also dangerous to the safety of our patients
25 Health care Industry Academia Karolinska The triple helix
25 Karolinska University Hospital- one institution at two sites SolnaHuddinge 11
Strategy for change and development Balanced budget/finances Safety culture 2011 R & D + Triple helix Presentation Karolinska´s Strategy and planing
25 The road map towards a high security organisation? Lean transformation R&D, Innovation, Triple helix Leadership Signals change !
25 Karolinska Trial Alliance (KTA) - handlingsplan Totalt antal startade kliniska läkemedelsprövningar i Sverige : Källa: LIF rapport 2010:1, april 2010 Kliniska läkemedelsprövningar i Sverige
25 Totalt antal startade kliniska läkemedelsprövningar i Sverige : Källa: LIF rapport 2010:1, april 2010
25 Why Central Unit for clinical trials? Central unit in Stockholm County Council A. Övergripande ansvar för: Prövningsstatistik Avtal och compliance Kostnadstäckning Patientsäkerhet B. Support för: Juridik Ekonomi inkl kostnadsanalys Etik Kompetens avseende olika nationella och internat regelverk Myndighetskontakter Utbildning
25 Näringsliv KTA Prövare Support Centrala krav Förfrågningar mm Avtal mm Karolinska trial alliance (KTA)
25 Health care Karolinska Research, Development Education Academia and industry Innovation & Development Support Traditional Facility Management Space On Demand Health care AcademiaIndustry We have to co-operate if we are to succeed
25 Innovationsplats Karolinska A physical building and a concept – a meeting place where researchers and industry can encounter the challenges facing the healthcare sector and its future development
29Island Birgir Jakobsson Karolinska University Hospital 29 Areas of future excelence KTHKI Industry
30Island Birgir Jakobsson Fellowships in Stanford - statistics Av 49 st hittills examinerade Fellows har 80 % (!) fått ett patent beviljat.
31Island Birgir Jakobsson The strategi for change Improve leadership Eliminate waste from the view of the patient Introduce system thinking, standardisation and team work Creating a meeting place where health care, academy and industry can work together to promote innovation and to facilitate introduction of medical technology Creating a central node where the pharmaceutical and med tech companies can have one entrance into the hospital (Clinical trial alliance) To form an academic health care system in Stockholm
32Island Birgir Jakobsson Conclusion Patient safety and medical quality Innovation Efficiency Getting the wheels to turn Economic growth National wellfare Win - win solution for everyone involved If we want different results - we have to do things differently