Natenzon Mikhail

Mikhail Natenzon was born on October 30, 1949 in Moscow. In 1972 has ended the applied mathematics faculty of the Moscow Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Institute,

Degree of Doctor, Deputy Head of the Working Group for Telemedicine of the ITU-D sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU),

Deputy Head of the Regional Working Group for Telemedicine of the Regional Commonwealth for Communication of the CIS Countries,

Professor of Division «Telemedicine and health informatics» Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Member of the Russian Academy of the Natural Sciences

Author of over 150 scientific works, inventions and patents

Professional activity:
From 1972 till 1997 – Senior research assistant of the USSR Space Research Institute of the Academy of Sciences; Participant of large international space scientific projects.

1993 - Founder of the «TANA» group of companies.

1993 till now – Director General of the company «TANA – telemedicine systems» Co.;

2000 till now – Director General of the «VITANET» Ltd.

2002 till now – Chairman of board of the «National Telemedicine Agency» Research-and-production Union;

2002 till now – Vice-Rapporteur of the Working group on telemedicine of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU),

2005 till now – Deputy Head of the CIS Regional working group on telemedicine;

2010 till now – Head of the «Mobile Telemedicine Clinics and Mobile eHealth Terminals» Focus Group of the International Telecommunication Union.

2014 till now – Member of Working group of telemedicine expert of BRICS countries

2015 till now – Professor of Division «Telemedicine and health informatics» Peoples’ Friendship University of Russian Federation

2016 till now – Member of Council of Russian Telemedicine Consortium

Reports:

Connected Mobility. Navigation as the Basis for the Mobility of People and Things. Digital Platforms and Big Data
«Telemedicine Systems and Navigation in Russia and Overseas: Mobile Telemedicine Systems, Platon, First Aid»
The Russian state’s turn towards the introduction of ‘digital healthcare’ and telemedicine as an effective introduction tool. The ratio of Russian and world approaches to this issue.

Legislative and regulatory measures to ensure operations of telemedicine systems, as public service systems.

Necessity of using navigation systems to ensure operations of mobile telemedicine laboratory and diagnostic units to provide medical services to 50 million people in Russia – countryside population, population of remote and hard-to-reach regions.

Using telemedicine systems as part of PLATON System to monitor a driver’s condition for the purpose of ensuring transportation safety.

Telemedicine and navigation systems are a tool to ensure the provision of medical assistance to those who are injured and a way of providing qualified medical assistance to patients at the stage of transporting to a hospital