Company Position Country
OFFIS Research Assistant Germany
Session
How can actors in the Silver market better support the democratisation of innovations like AAL?

Brief CV Lars Rölker-Denker

Lars Rölker-Denker is a researcher at OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology in Germany. His research topics are Active Assisted Living, Ageing Societies, Active Assisted Living as well as standardization and interoperability for AAL. He has long-term experiences in standardization committees, he is currently German speaker within the IEC SyC AAL, co-chair of the German mirror committee within DKE and chair of the IEC PT 60050-871 “International Electrotechnical Vocabulary – Part 871: Active Assisted Living”. For his achievements at IEC he was honored with the IEC 1906 award in 2017. He is co-author of the German standardization roadmap (2010) and European AALIANCE2 roadmap (2015). Further research activities are organisational learning and organisational health services research.

Professional career

Researcher at OFFIS, since 2018. Member of Data Management Group within the OFFIS “Health” R&D division

PhD Student at University of Oldenburg, School VI – Medicine and Health Sciences, Department for Health Services Research since 2014. PhD submitted in 2017, under review. Title: “Organisational learning in geriatric care. An organisational pheonomen from the perspective of health services research and information science by example of the Geriatric Center Oldenburg”

Researcher at University of Oldenburg, School VI – Medicine and Health Sciences, Department for Health Services Research, 2014-2017.

Researcher at OFFIS 2009-2013, member of the Integration Technology research group within the OFFIS “Health” R&D division.

Business consultant from 2008 – 2009 at Logica, Hamburg, with focus on health care, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, software testing, business development, project management.

Studied economics and business informatics at University of Oldenburg from 2000 to 2007.

Research topics

Knowledge management, learning organizations, (organizational) health services research, Active Assisted Living, Ageing Societies, IT privacy, standards, interoperability.

Coordinator (together with Dr. Eichelberg) of the “Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing” (GAL) from 2009-2013.

Participating the research project Network Health Services Research in the Metropolitan Region Bremen-Oldenburg, funded by Metropolregion Bremen-Oldenburg (reference number: 23-03-13), from 2014-2015.

Head of Project Office for the Interdisciplinary Research Center on Critical Systems Engineering for Socio-Technical Systems since 2014.

Co-Chair of German working group on Organisational Health Services Research within the German Network of Health Services Research.

Standardisation activities

DKE delegate to the IEC Systems Committee AAL, German speaker, since 2017

Chair of IEC PT 60050-871 “International Electrotechnical Vocabulary – Part 871: Active Assisted Living”, since 2016

DKE member, vice chairman of DKE K 801 (German mirror committee to IEC Systems Committee AAL), since 2016

Chair of DKE working group “Architecture and Interoperability” within DKE, 2016-2018 (working groups merged)

Participating in the AAL Joint Programme Action Aimed at Promoting Standards and Interoperability in the Field of AAL, from 2014-2016.

Participating in the “Standardization” WP of the AALIANCE2 FP7 project (FP7 ICT-288705), maintaining the Repository of Standards, from 2013-2015.

Co-author of the German AAL Standardization Roadmap.  2010

Key publications

Rölker-Denker, L. & Hein, A. Organisationales Lernen in der Versorgung – auslösende Momente im Makro-/Meso-/Mikroebenenmodell. 16. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, 2017, V171

Hammer, A., Rölker-Denker, L. et. al. Methodische Ansätze der Organisationsbezogenen Versorgungsforschung: Datenquellen, Datenerhebung und Analyse – Ergebnisse der Arbeitsgruppe 2. 16. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, 2017, V133

Ansmann, L., Rölker-Denker, L. et. al. Definition und Konzept der organisationsbezogenen Versorgungsforschung. 16. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, 2017, V132

Rölker-Denker, L. & Hein, A. Abstract Information Model for Geriatric Patient Treatment – Actors and Relations in Daily Geriatric Care. Healthinf 2017, Porto/Portugal

Rölker-Denker, L. & Hein, A. Das multiprofessionelle geriatrische Team aus Perspektive der organisationsbezogenen Versorgungsforschung – Erste Ergebnisse einen teilnehmenden Beobachtungsstudie. 15. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, 2016

Rölker-Denker, L. & Hein, A. From organisational learning to inter-sectoral learning – focus on geriatric patient treatment. Workshop “Informationssystemgestaltung in integrierten Versorgungsszenarien”, Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2016, 2016

Seeger, I.; Rupp, P.; Naziyok, T.; Rölker-Denker, L.; Röhrig, R. & Hein, A. Ambulante Versorgung in ZNA und Bereitschaftsdienstpraxis: Eine deskriptive Sekundärdatenanalyse in einer ländlichen Klinik. Medizinische Klinik – Intensivmedizin und Notfallmedizin, 2016, 1-9

Seeger, I., Rölker-Denker, L. & Hein, A. Notfallversorgung in Nordwest-Niedersachsen aus Sicht der Krankenhausleitungen. Niedersächsisches Aerzteblatt, 2016, 89, 22

Rölker-Denker, L., Hein, A. (2015): Knowledge Process Models in Health Care Organisations. Healthinf 2015, Lisbon/Portugal

Lins, C., Eichelberg, M., Rölker-Denker, L. & Hein, A. SIRKA: Sensoranzug zur individuellen Rück-meldung körperlicher Aktivität. 55. Wissenschaftliche Jahrestagung 2015 der Deutsche Gesellschaft für Arbeitsmedizin und Umweltmedizin e.V., 2015

Rölker-Denker, L. & Eichelberg, M. AAL-Interoperabilität durch Normen, Standards und Integrationsprofile meistern – aktuelle Entwicklungen und Empfehlungen. conhIT 2015, 2015