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Digital Healthcare Networking Event

build.well.being 2023

Fri, June 16th 2023 13:00 - 16:00 CEST
Live at Campus St. Pölten AT, Large Assembly Hall & Livestream | Program

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build.well.being live on YouTubeBuild.well.being 2023 June 16th, 13:00 – 16:00 CEST
Thank you for attending! Looking forward to seeing you again next year.


Highlights of build.well.being 2023: Data-Driven Healthcare

Data-Driven Healthcare The 7th annual build.well.being is an open access networking event for doers in Digital Healthcare. In a compact afternoon session, health professionals meet developers, applied science interweaves with innovative ideas from students, companies get together with startups and experts.

The talks feature entrepreneurs, visionaries and next-generation innovators over topics such as patient reported outcomes, digitalization of patient interactions, data-driven health workforce management and AI based radiology imaging workflows. The keynote will be held by Tanja Stamm, Professor for Outcomes Research at Medical University of Vienna, and Health Outcomes Observatory (H2O) lead & Tamás Petrovics, CEO of

Build.well.being 2023 is a free-of-charge event realized by, St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences and more partners. Limited seats available. Register now! 


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Re-Watch the YouTube Live Stream

Tanja Stamm: Keynote – The Patients Voice in Healthcare – How Health Outcomes Observatories Strengthen Patient Empowerment and Care in Europe

Lukas Seper: Keynote II – Digitize Patient Interactions With a Platform-As-A-Service Approach and Data-Driven Insights

Christoph Russ: Accelerating Radiology Imaging Workflows With Relevant Clinical Context on AWS

Andreas Diensthuber: How AI Can Support Healthcare Providers to Do Better Resource Planning

Zvetelina Kren, Christoph Plank: Signs of Life – Basic life support for people with severe hearing impairment

Julia Böck, Tobias Eder: Voice Assisted Patients

Julie Regondique, Markus Ochsenhofer: MedBuddy – Breaking Language Barriers In Healthcare

Ines Seidl, Magdalena Druml: iStopFalls

Wimmer Vanessa, Fiedler Fabian: IdentifAI – Kidney Stone, Cyst and Tumor Detection on CT images

Inspiration Chat by Digital Makers Hub: Premises and Promises of Data-driven Healthcare – Why should Patients Care?


Registration & Location

Build.well.being 2023, Friday, June 16th

  • 13:00 – 16:00 CEST
  • Live at Campus St. Pölten, Large Assembly Hall, Campus-Platz 1, A-3100 St. Pölten, Austria and on Youtube

Tanja Stamm is a Full Professor and Head of the Institute for Outcomes Research at the Medical University of Vienna. She specializes in patient-reported outcomes, arthritis, occupational health, and the use of real-world data. She coordinates the IMI Health Outcomes Observatories H2O Project and chairs the outcomes task force of the European University Hospital Alliance.

Lukas Seper is one of the Co-Founders & Head of Growth of XUND, a health technology scale-up that provides digital medical devices to healthcare companies such as insurers, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies. He studied political science at the University of Vienna and later worked as a consultant in the public sector in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). XUND has offices in Vienna, Budapest and London and already employs more than 50 people.

Christoph Russ is Technical Program Manager – Healthcare, EMEA at  Amazon Web Services (AWS). He obtained his Dr.Sc from ETH Zürich in the area of medical simulation, physical modelling and visualization at the Computer Vision Lab.

Andreas Diensthuber is Founder and Managing Director of Daphos. Andreas has many years of experience as a consultant in the health sector with the focus on organizational models and personnel requirements.

Barbara Chaloupek is chairwoman of CMT-Austria, in Course II Collective Patient Participation (on the initiative of the Austrian Social Insurance Institutions), peer for polyneuropathy and paralysis symptoms at Dr. Schuhfried Medizintechnik and regular lecturer at events of the Self-Help Polyneuropathy.