• E3 Pandemic Response

E3 Excellence in Pandemics Response project showcased at HIMSS22 Europe

Europe’s healthcare leaders will meet on 14-16 June 2022 at the HIMSS22 European Health Conference & Exhibition in Helsinki, Finland.

HIMSS22 Europe is Europe’s most influential event for digital health. Organised at Helsinki Expo and Convention Centre, the international event offers a programme with more than 60 sessions and extensive networking opportunities to European healthcare experts.

The Excellence in Pandemics Response (E3) project will take the conference stage on the 16th of June, where one of the project coordinators Spinverse’s Markku Heino will host a one-hour session called “Pandemic-safe indoor solutions”.


The session offers insights into tackling the challenge through this extensive joint project. Enni Sanmark from HUS and Aku Karvinen from VTT will open the research angles on healthcare and air-borne contamination aspects.


Company perspectives will be brought by Milla Mikkola, Roche, Kim Hagström, Halton and Jukka Vasara, Granlund highlighting the roles of diagnostics, indoor-climate control and smart hospital building, respectively. The session ends in a panel discussion.


Markku Heino says: “E3 project aims to develop pandemic safe environments applying science-based facts created and validated through the highly multidisciplinary joint R&D&I work of 22 companies and seven research institutes. Currently we are working on use cases regarding different spaces and environments in e.g. hospitals, daycare and offices.”

Find the full programme of the Finnish Pavilion here.



About HIMSS22 Europe

The congress is organised by HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society), a global advisor and thought leader organisation. HIMSS22 Europe addresses the reformation of Europe’s health systems across six main conference themes: digital maturity and security, artificial intelligence, workforce development, digital public health, person-enabled health and integrated care.


This text was originally published at Spinverse site.