• Stefan Heinemann


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    Professor of Business Ethics FOM University of Applied Sciences —  Essen, Germany
    Spokesman Ethics Ellipse Smart Hospital of the University Medicine —  Essen, Germany

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Chronically Healthy, Digitally Sovereign and Sufficiently Successful

    • 20/10/2021

    On the Way to the Prevention Age It is time to rethink the healthcare system from the principle of digital prevention. Value creation in healthcare should not be geared to diseases, but to prevention. Prevention should be the priority. Only in this way, we achieve  crony health , digital sovereignty and sufficient success for all. Key Points It is a general error of

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Smart Circulator or Value-Driven Perspective for Patients?

    • 12/07/2021

    Cardiology is a discipline with many opportunities; however, replacing the physician is ethically impermissible and machines must follow the measure of ethics. Only then can smart cardiology save and improve lives and make an important contribution in the world. Key Points Smart medicine, like all other technological innovations, must serve humanity. Ethical discourses and insights and correspond

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    One AI to Rule Them All?!

    • 26/04/2021

    Ethical consideration of Greatness and Limits of data-driven smart medicine “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. It would take off on its own, and re-design itself at an ever-increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete and would be superseded.” Stephen Hawking, BBC, December 2014...

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)? COVID-19 ‘Immunity Passp

    • 28/09/2020

    The possibility of introducing the so-called COVID-19 ‘immunity passports’ has been widely discussed in the recent months. It is, however, undermined by the lack of consensus on countless fundamental issues, such as immunity, effectiveness of antibody testing or the balance between individual liberties and public health safety. An ethics expert questions the legitimacy of such an approach in the...

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Ethics as Superpower - Primum Non Nocere Against All Pandemic Odds

    • 14/09/2020

    Use Case COVID-19-ICU Bethany Hospital Germany Medicine is an activity of special dignity at all times. Healthcare professionals are responsible actors and have to consider the business of operating ethics. Weighing up values under considerable time pressure, existential fates and critically discussed evidence is a considerable challenge for them, not only in pandemic times but always.  

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Fighting the Supervillain with Everyone’s Superpowers

    • 03/08/2020

    The new superheroes of today – those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 fight – are widely acclaimed, but not always properly rewarded. While foundational changes of the system are necessary, there is a much simpler way to acknowledge their efforts, an ethics expert opines. This way, in fact, would turn anyone into a superhero themselves. Key Points Superheroes are an indelible part...

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Data power to the patients!

    • 07/11/2018

    Patient-driven data business, not data-driven patient business. Data-driven business models make up the medical and healthcare market in large parts, a trend reinforced by further technological developments and regulation. Care must be taken to avoid a situation where only a few players benefit. Who lives outside the GAMFANNAT economy (Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix,...

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Smart hospital ethics: starting the dialogue

    • 23/05/2018

    With the advent of smart hospitals, the digital future of clinical medicine calls for a new ethical framework.   Fact: whether you like digital medicine or not—it is already here. Also true: facts do not hold normative power—the presence of breathtaking technological progress A is by no means a pro-ethical argument to use A. Artificial intelligence (AI) emerges, medicine transforms, and then...

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  • Prof. Stefan Heinemann

    Future medicine, today's healthcare

    • 25/01/2018

    Is the “Smart Hospital” a chance for change? Prof. Heinemann explains how futuristic and smart technologies that are used in preventive and diagnostic  healthcare, are embedded in a new digital professionalism and quality. Artificial intelligence (AI) in diagnostic radiology, robots in nursing and operating theatres, augmented and virtual reality in surgery and medical training, 3D-printed...

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