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Yliopistot ja Yritykset nkkulmia terveysalan kehitysaskeleisiinKalervo VnnenRehtoriTurun yliopisto

JohdantoA. Ajatusleikki tuotantolaitoksesta - ilmainen raaka-aine, valmis ja hyvtasoinen infrastruktuuri valmiina, lhes kaikki tuotannossa tarvittavat laitteistot ja vlineet valmiiksi hankittuna, runsaasti hyvin koulutettua tyvoimaa saatavissa ja se on kilpailijamaihin verrattuna suhteellisen huokeata, substanssiasioissa tyvoiman tietotaso on korkea - Mutta tuotteita ei synny, niit ei kaupata tai ne eivt ky kaupaksi maailmalla ja johto valittaa, ett valtio ei riittvsti tue toimintaa! - Miss vika?

B. Suomalaisen tutkimuksen tieteellinen vaikuttavuus

J Knuuti, Turun yliopistoB. How are we recognized?

Miss vika?Miksi A+B 2C?Yhtlss 1= potentiaalinen tuotantokapasiteetti, 2= osaaminen ja C on terveysalan odotettu vienti panokset huomioidenEivtk osaaminen ja kysynt kohtaa vai mist on kysymys?Mit Medical Research Map nytt?

5Cancer and neurology are the most significant research areas for global pharma companies and Finnish universities in the future

Antidotes and adverse effect preventionEar, Nose and ThroatOphthalmologyUniversitiesMedical DevicesDiagnosticsVaccines, immunoglobulins and immunoseraCompanies*Vitamins, trace elements and enteric nutritionCancerHematologyElectrolytes, fluid balance and parenteral nutritionAnesthesiaPain, fever and rheumatic disordersDermatologyEndocrinology and metabolismAllergyNeurologyPsychiatryGynecology and Obstetrics, sex steroidsUrologyGastrointestinalRespiratoryCardiovascularAntimicrobialsHow do you estimate the intensiveness / importance of the research area for your company / university in the future (2020)?

*Results are weighted with relation to the global R&D budget. The combined R&D budget of the involved pharma companies amounts to EUR 46.99 billion.

Average from scale 1-5Sitra Ernst & Young Oy 12.2.2016 Other research areas of interest included Tropical diseases, Dentistry, Biosimilars, Sensors and nanotechnology, Nursing Sciences , Microbiome and Medical imaging.

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LopuksiMeill on erinomaiset perusedellytykset nostaa terveysala (tutkimus, tutkimus- ja tuotekehityspalvelut, terveyspalvelut, laitteet, lkkeet, diagnostiikka etc) paljon nykyist merkittvmmksi kansantalouden pilariksiTerveysalaa ei pid nhd pelkstn kuluna vaan mys merkittvn tuottavana mahdollisuutenaTerveysalalla meidn pit luoda uusia lpinkyvi ja aikaisempaa joustavampia toimintatapoja yliopistojen/yliopistosairaaloiden ja yritysten vlille Suomen markkinointia alan syvosaajana pit tehostaaTerveysala merkittvn vientisektorina on tekemist vaille valmis ts kaikki edellytykset ovat olemassa

Team Finland Health Growth Program

Team Finland Health Growth Program is part of the overall Health Sector Growth Strategy

Regional Hospital Cluster Research and Innovation Ecosystems.Reinforcement of Profiles and Research Foci of higher Education Institutions, Research Institutes and Hospitals towards International Competitiveness.Greater Health Sector Research Community Concentration to maximize Impact and better serve Decision Making and Society.Closer Cooperation in Technology Transfer & Commercialization Operations in University Cities.Funding Cooperation Tekes & Academy of Finland.State Capital Investment Activities in Health Sector.

Strategic and Operational Models for Cooperation of Academy of Finland, Tekes and other Operators.Genome Strategy and Action Plan. Enablement of Joint Access to Personal Health Data and Patient Documents for Research Purposes.Influence EU through joint Operation Model (Reinforcement of Government Ministries and Business Sector).Innovation-Friendly Legislation.Proactive control of the Research and Innovation Activities for Health Sector Products and Pharmaceuticals.Systematic Activities (Team Finland Health) will be initiated to attract Foreign Direct Investments, and a decision will be made on the related Division of Labor. Establishment of Team Finland Health Growth Program.

Situation TodayTeam Finland Health Growth ProgramAcademiaIndustryGovernmentSocietyTriggeringBetter Health Care ProvisionEconomic GrowthIncreased InvestmentsNew Research PotentialFocusing on the Innovation Ecosystem:Invest in FinlandExport from Finland

1. The Health Care Sector is important for Finland (Society, Economy) Health Sector Growth StrategyIt is common knowledge, that the Finnish Health Sector has great potential (in terms of innovation & economic growth, exports)But how can it be released?

2. This is the mission of TFH!Find common groundConvince and Connect all stakeholders, both nationally as well as internationally

3. Benefit from the effects of a connected Health Sector Ecosystem (see bullet points)

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MedServHealth ICTMedTechPharmaTEMResearch & Innovation InstitutionsTo-Be Joint Health Sector PictureGenome StrategyHSG Strategy

OthersAs-Is SituationUniversitiesAssetsBusiness Environment

Gap AnalysisWay Forward

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TFH Growth Program Steering GroupPharma:Oliver Rittgen - Bayer Nordics (chairman)Reijo Salonen - Orion PharmaJussi Merikallio LketeollisuusMedServ:Jyrki Eklund - FinlandCare steering group (chairman)Representative of HUSMedTech:Matti E. Lehtonen - GE HC Seppo Kopsala - Optomed Veli Mkel - Planmeca/FIHTAMatti Vnsk Nokia TechnologiesUniversities:Representative of Helsinki UniversityKalervo Vnnen Turku UniversityResearch & Innovation Institutions:Nora Kaarela - FinproAntti Kivel SitraMirja Kaarlela TekesHannu Hanhijrvi - Biomeditech TEM:Asta Wallenius TEM

Other valuable stakeholders to be contacted during the process.Grouping of Steering Group Members tbd.

Run a streamlined, target-oriented Process!

Work Stream Pharma

Work Stream MedTech

Work Stream Health ICT

Work Stream Public

Work Stream MedServiceProject managerCo-lead from steering groupAssociationFinproProject managerCo-lead from steering groupAssociationFinproProject managerCo-lead from steering groupAssociation?FinproProject managerCo-lead from steering groupAssociation?FinproProject managerCo-lead(s) from steering groupFinproSitraTekesFinpro / FinveraEtc. (e.g. THL, VTT)Academy of Finland

Run a streamlined, target-oriented Process!

Work Stream Pharma

Work Stream MedTech

Work Stream Health ICT

Work Stream Public

Work Stream MedService

As-Is AnalysisOverview Health Sector Initiatives Future Pharma Business EnvironmentFuture MedTech Business Environment

Future MedService Business EnvironmentFuture Health ICT Business Environment

Joint Health Sector To-Be Picture for Finland

Gap Analysis (Finnish Health Sector & per Industry Sector) + Recommendations

Our TargetsDefinition of Assets and Strengths for the Health IndustryAnalysis of As-is Situation per Industry SectorJoint To-Be PictureGap Analysis (per Industry Sector and for Health Industry Sector)Recommendations on how to close the gaps

Lets pull together and make it happen!

First Mover Advantage Move now, Move fast. 15

Isaacus Rothoviusstarts population registers in Finland.

1865

The founding of Statistics Finland marks the start of centralized data collection.

1943

Finland enacts a law on central hospitals and public healthcare.

1964

Finland introduces the PersonalIdentity Number

1971

Finland introduces a computerized national register1658

2017Empowering people and boosting health innovations

We have an exceptionally long history of gathering and registering population and wellbeing data. Isaacus is named after Isaacus Rothovius, a bishop of Turku from 1572 to 1652, who ordered Finnish priests to register births, marriages and deaths, thus giving start to population registers in Finland.

Statistics Finland, the Finnish public authority specifically established for collecting data, was founded in 1865. This marks the start of centralized data collection in Finland.

In 1943, Finland enacted a law on central hospitals and public healthcare. It obliged the municipalities to share the costs caused by the establishment of central hospitals, even though the hospitals were still owned by the government.

In 1964, Finland introduced the Personal Identity Number, helping data collectors identify people and their data.

In 1971, Finland introduced a computerized national register that contains basic information about Finnish citizens and foreign citizens residing permanently in Finland.

Additionally, Finland started gathering tissue specimens in the 1930s and linked these to digital data in the 1980s. This means that we have extensive sample material that goes back decades and covers the entire population.

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Citizens(Requirements)Professionals(Requirements)

SoTe Reform(Requirements)

Enterprise Architecture and ICT infrastructure ServicesSales / Marketing / Stakeholder Cooperation

Service Concepts, Needs for Centre-of-Excellence Services

Research and Innovation

Project Isaacus

Operation Model for Digital Health Hub

Isaacus and Digital Health Hub

Enabling Legislation

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Greater trust makes citizens more inclined to participate in biobank research and less concerned with giving consent. In other words, the trust of citizens is of great importance to researchers possibilities of delivering high-quality research.

Source: Research with health data and biological material in Denmark, Danish Council of Ethics 2015

Why Public-Private Partnerships?

TRUSTThe Finnish citizenry trusts the public administration as a key partner for economic development a

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