Previous eHealth Events for Reference
Educational workshop by MOMENTUM
November 15th and 16th, the European Telemedicine Conference is co-organized with EHiN Future Health (E-health in Norway). This large conference assembles the best people from the European e-health and telemedicine environments for two intense and fun days of hard work, discussion, networking and learning. The Norwegian Minister of Health and Care Services will open the event
The third European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth - Connecting clinicians, technology and health policy to deliver improved patient care - is dedicated to the use of eHealth solutions in every aspect of cardiovascular care such as prevention, diagnosis, risk assessment, monitoring, education, counselling and treatment. EHTEL co-organises and contributes to the Congress (EHTEL Members: ask for special registration code).
The eHealth Forum 2016 aims to become the definitive annual meeting point, centered in Greece, within the rapidly growing eHealth market where stakeholders from the South East of Europe and the Middle East connect and network to exchange information and innovation. The eHealth Forum aims to engage representatives from all fields, provide the grounds to display all points of view, and be the place where ideas develop, mature and are implemented into actions benefiting society and the economy.
European healthcare systems are facing new challenges, such as population ageing and subsequent budget pressures. The use of mobile communication devices as well as mobile health applications has the potential to play major role in the transformation of healthcare and increase its quality and efficiency.
WHINN is one of its kind with more than 1.000 attendees; a festival that consist of conferences, events, innovation and business activities, which are brought together in one week all within health and innovation. A dedicated conference "Integrating Health and Social Care" on Wed 5 October is organized by MedCom.
Partnerships for Innovation in Health Care: Hot Spots in the Euro-Mediterranean area.
eHealth Week 2016 is organised by the Dutch Ministry of Health, the European Commission and HIMSS Europe. This year’s educational programme will focus on three main themes: Empowering People, Trust & Standards and Innovation & Transition.
16th International Conference on Integrated Care in Barcelona
conhIT 2016 - Congress and industrial Fair – is a platform for an independent practically-oriented transfer of knowledge and exchange of views on Healthcare IT issues. The conhIT Congress & Academie comprise a total of 18 congress sessions that take a look at the many current aspects of Healthcare IT, and alternately highlight the points of view represented by science, industry, users and politics. The focus of the conhIT congress is on the new opportunities in the market created by innovative IT solutions in the healthcare industry. The conhIT Industrial Fair offers a comprehensive representation of Healthcare IT enterprises across Europe with a focus on Germany. While the industrial fair is International, the conference sessions will be mostly in German (simultaneous tranlation available).
Day One of the Second Annual COCIR eHealth Summit will have a European focus while Day Two will be looking at the international picture. The Summit will also be looking at the supportive role the Digital Single Market can play in Integrated Care and other topics, such as the role of women in ICT-enabled Integrated Care.
The 2015 European Telemedicine Conference (ETC) has been part of WHINN - Week of Health and INNovation. It combined the efforts of several leading European Healthcare Organisations into one powerful event included into a unique week of health and innovation!
WHINN is the first of its kind with more than 1.500 attendees; a festival that consist of conferences, events, innovation and business activities, which are brought together in one week all within health and innovation. WHINN brings you inspiration and insight in the newest research and international trends, and gathers CEOs, end-users, clinicians and decision makers.
The EHFG is the leading health policy event in the EU and takes place annually. It provides a major platform for decision-makers in various fields of public health & health care. With its wide-ranging three-day programme, the EHFG offers an unparalleled opportunity to exchange information about a broad spectrum of contemporary health issues.
The European Respiratory Society is hosting its 2015 Annual Presidential Summit in Brussels, Belgium, on 16th and 17th June. eHealth is one featured topic at this conference.
Digital health is reaching a crucial turning point. With a growing array of digitally enabled health applications capturing the public imagination, increasing numbers of consumer brands entering the digital health space, and the industry attracting record levels of investor interest, the stage looks set for the transformation of healthcare delivery models.
Taking place during the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, eHealth week 2015 comprises of two main events: the High level eHealth conference organised by the Latvian Ministry of Health and the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and WoHIT (World of Health IT Conference & Exhibition) organised by HIMSS. Attracting over 2000 international delegates and 75 exhibitors, the event will welcome global decision makers from public and private healthcare sectors, clinicians, hospital and IT managers and VIP guests.
At the annual EHTEL 2014 Symposium speakers, panellists and delegates will share lessons on innovation in health and social care and their link to health outcomes; integrated care communities; telemedicine moving from theory to practice and other subjects. They will also continue last year's debate on Big Data vs. Big Health.
United4Health provides innovative telehealth services in care settings of a large diversity of European regions. The innovative service models adopted by U4H Partners aim at increasing personal control and engagement of patients. The event will highlight efforts in 14 regions of Europe dedicated to improve standard care for 13,000 chronic patients, hereof many elderly.