Last updated: 24 October at 17:00 CET. 

On the second day of the conference, 16th November, we hold our Hands-on Tables session. The session is designed to allow ample time for in-depth discussions on a topic of interest. The goal is to encourage the exchange of insights, foster networking, and facilitate traction beyond the conference. At the end of the session, the collected insights from each table will be shared with the attendees of the other tables. Each participant can only be in one table. The allocated per table is 2 hours.

There is no need to prepare anything in advance from your side. Everyone contributes what they want if they wish to do so. However, if you bring ideas like learnings from past initiatives, current challenges or projects that could be promoted, the exchanges at the table will be much more fruitful.


  1. Check the listing of the Hands-on tables. Identify the one that interests you the most. 
  2. Apply to join that Table. The proposer of the Table will review and provide confirmation within 3 working days.
  3. You must purchase your conference ticket within 5 working days after confirmation to secure their seat. Otherwise, it will be liberated.

Seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendees who haven’t enrolled on a Table before the conference’s start will join one with a topic proposed by the organisation

Open Tables

#1 Ready or Not: Building Strategies & Capabilities for a Resilient Healthcare Supply Chain.

#2 Remote Elderly Care: An Examination of Lessons Learned from Existing Implementations and Suggestions for New Models.

#3 The last mile: strategies and instruments to move innovation projects from TRL7 to TRL9.

#4 Lessons learnt and joint opportunities when implementing innovation procurement in Spanish healthcare organizations.

#5 Need-driven Innovation: The Gateway to New Opportunities

#6 The role of innovation ecosystems to achieve effective procurement and adoption of innovation in Spain

#7 Value-Based Procurement in the Health Sector. Learnings, use cases and actionable recommendations.

#8 Lessons learned in the transfer of ERDF funds to innovative procurement.

#9 A methodological approach to increase the adoption of successful InnoBuyer projects

#10 Actions to be taken during the co-creation of innovative solutions to facilitate their future adoption by public procurers.

#11 How can digital healthcare innovations improve healthcare providers efficiency and patient experience at the same time?

#12 Regional policymakers meet innovation procurement. Challenges and opportunities.

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