This was originally sent as a Norwegian newsletter this week.
Full program for EHiN Future Health 2016 is now on web and in app. We have seven parallel tracks with over 130 speakers from all over the world.
Digitalisation of the health sector is in a new and crucial era. The Minister of Health and Care Services Bent Høie, Executive Director at Direktoratet for e-helse Christine Bergland, Director of the Norwegian Data Inspectorate Bjørn Erik Thon, The Labour Party’s health spokesman Torgeir Micaelsen – and over 100 other speakers will attend the conference.
EHiN Future Health 2016 will be bigger than ever. We have gathered relevant participants from Norwegian and international health sector, state and municipal authorities, patients, employees and suppliers in the IT sector, to one mutual arena. Together we will promote Norway as the e-health nation we are – and want to be in the future.
The app will give you all the necessary information about this years conference, and full program will be easily available.
Along with Direktoratet for e-helse many suppliers now use XDS (Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing) from IHE for data exchange. On the IHE stand at EHiN we present the entire data flow in patient care.
Join us on guided tours during EHiN-FH! Details here.
ETC Innovation Competition presents three finalists in the category Young Innovator and Startup. Watch them pitch their innovative solutions and vote for your favorite using your mobile phone!
What are the critical success factors for large scale remote monitoring projects? We have invited Ravi Ramani from UPMC Pittsburgh, Kuno Kudajewski from Telecare North and Michelle Brogan from NHS24 to help us to answer this.
We discuss validation of m-health apps with Michal Boni from the European Parliament, Terje Peetso from the European Commission, Joan Cornet from Mobile World Capital Barcelona, Helge Blindheim from the Norwegian Directorate of Health and Guillaume Marchand from DMD Sante.