Ehealth & mhealth and successful implementation

Ehealth & mhealth and successful implementation

Ing. David Kula, MBA

Ing. David Kula, MBA is manager of Czech National eHealth Center, Olomouc University Hospital




Lilian Naomi Güntsche  After initially starting her career with a major record label in the music business, Lilian has been working in the digital and mobile business for over a decade on all sides of the industry. She has been successfully running her own company Güntsche Concepts for several years, and is supporting leading brands in the areas of digital strategy and mobile marketing. In fall 2015, Lilian also started an initiative for mindfulness in the technology age, called THE DIGNIFIED SELF, and gives keynotes and workshops around this topic. Lilian is a respected advisor at several digital industry events and is engaged as a singer, speaker and author. Her first book will be released in 2016 with the major publishing house, Springer Gabler. Lilian lives in Berlin, is 35 years old and loves traveling, singing, writing and meaningful conversation.



Kostas Giokas, Esq has been an IT consultant since 1994, working in multiple firms and projects in London UK. He received his BSc in Information Systems from the University of Westminster and his MBA from the UK Open University in 2002. He joined the Biomedical Engineering Laboratory of the National Technical University of Athens as a Systems’ Architect while consulting on National and European deployment projects. He has since become a Senior Research Scientist leading more than 50 proposals, while leading EU funded research projects. His research interests include most fields in the Health ICT domain. Since 2014 he is the Applied Informatics in mHealth (AiM) research team leader.
Read our interview with Kostas Giokas



Sandor Bekasi graduated as a medical doctor in 2008 and as a health care manager in 2014 from Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary). He was a research fellow at the University of Heidelberg (Heidelberg, Germany) and a DAAD-scholarship holder of the Technical University (Munich, Germany). After years of research in the field of molecular oncology his interests turned to modern patient management especially in primary care. He started to experiment with different mobile and telemedical methods to find optimal solutions for medical ICT, patient engagement, virtual visits and health gamification. Between 2014-2015 he was the leading medical expert of a workgroup responsible for the establishment of a national medical mobile application framework (MeNTA) in Hungary. He is involved in health technology start-ups in Hungary, the UK and Singapore.
Read our interview with Sandor Bekasi


Zsofia Meszner is  general director of the Child Health Directorate at the National Institute of Health Promotion in Budapest. She also works as a consultant to “Szent Laszlo” Municipal Hospital for Infectious Diseases in paediatric infectious diseases and immunisation issues. She got her medical diploma in 1975 at the Semmelweis Medical University in Budapest. She is a paediatrician and a specialist in infectious diseases. She is teaching infectology at all the four medical universities in Hungary. She also has a diploma on „Management of Health Care” from the University of Economy, Hungary (2001), and in vaccinology (2005, France). Her special interest is in vaccinology – she has been and is the country coordinator for various vaccine trials (HIB, rotavirus, pneumococcal conjugates, TBE, varicella-zoster, HPV, influenza) performed in Hungary.