MBA students Emory University visit ahti

A group of 19 MBA students from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University (USA) visited ahti today to find out more about urban innovation, the Dutch healthcare insurance system and the use of city data to develop interventions. Smart City Delegations Lead Cornelia Dinca, ahti’s Senior Program Manager Keerthi Lees meer…

How to make healthy choices easier

‘Obesity: the role of the food environment’ was the topic of ahti Connect on February 15. Speakers were Coosje Dijkstra, researcher at VU University working at the Institute of Health Sciences, department Youth and Lifestyle, and Loek Leenen, project leader of ‘Amsterdamse Aanpak Gezond Gewicht’. Obesity in the Netherlands The number of Lees meer…

Succesful pilot for tailor-made local healthcare

Thursday, February 8th 2018, was the final meeting for the pilot ‘Neighborhood Based Approach’ (‘Wijkbrede Aanpak’) at the Stadionbuurt / District of Zuid (South) in Amsterdam. ‘Neighborhood Based Approach’ is a training program that helps local Zorg & Welzijn (health and welfare) professionals work together with local residents in order to Lees meer…

“Let the data talk!”

On January 18th ahti organized its’ fifth ahti Connect in this new year on ‘Evidence-based policy: Fact or fiction?’. Duco Stuurman, director of the social domain in the City of Amsterdam and Ruben Spruit, co-founder of Delph and specialist in machine learning, artificial intelligence and big data, discussed how data Lees meer…

Ahti strategy 2018 – 2024

The City of Amsterdam will continue to support ahti with 6 mln euro for the continuation period 2018-2024. By connecting people, technology, information and entrepreneurship, ahti stimulates innovation in health. Ahti is going to target Innovation and Entrepreneurship within healthtech to achieve the following objectives: Facilitate targeted (policy) interventions and Lees meer…

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