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Revolutionising health through IoT for improved insight & patient care

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
12-13 September 2017

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Internet of Health at a glance

Early confirmed speakers include

Key issues to be explored:

  • Using IoT-generated data to monitor and manage chronic conditions, enable preventative care and reduce hospital admissions
  • IoT and the quantified self: how to make patient access to personal data a reality
  • Improving operational efficiency with advanced data analytics
  • Overcoming industry silos to enable a new generation of information and data sharing across the healthcare eco-system
  • Addressing data privacy and cyber security concerns posed by new connected devices

Companies attending this year include:

Exclusive Keynote – Turning the Vision of Connected Health into a Reality

Through real-life examples from industry leader Kaiser Permanente in the US understand the infrastructure and organisational change required to facilitate the next generation of connected healthcare.

Facilitated by: Jamie Ferguson – Fellow, Institute for Health Policy and Vice President, Health Information Technology Strategy and Policy, Kaiser Permanente

Key event facts:

  • 200 healthcare leaders
  • 30+ expert speakers
  • Exclusively attended by healthcare providers
  • Global best practice case studies of IoT in health
  • Interactive panel discussions, roundtable debates and tech-demos to ensure valuable networking with clear and actionable take-aways

Who should attend?

The Internet of Health is tailored for clinicians, healthcare managers and technology leaders looking to harness the potential of IoT to transform operational efficiency and improve patient care.

The forum is specifically, but not exclusively, designed for: Healthcare Market Development Managers, Information Security Officers, Chief Medical Information Officers, CIO/CTO’s, GPs, Clinical Directors, Managing Directors, Digital Health Leads, Informatics, Strategy and Transformation Managers, Clinical leads, Medical data scientists, and Medical Device Manufacturers.

2016 event in numbers

  • 35 expert speakers
  • 15+ IoT case studies
  • 15+ hours of interactive sessions and networking
  • 100% of one-to-one meetings fulfilled
  • 75+ prequalified decision making delegates
  • 89% agree or strongly agree that the case studies provided practical insight into implementing IoT

Hear what last year’s attendees thought

Member, Telemedicine and eHealth Council, Royal Society of Medicine – “I learned many new things at the event and met quite a few interesting people. It was a great line up of speakers.”

Head of Technology and Digital, Royal Trinity Hospice – “There were a number of excellent presentations throughout the two days – a useful event.”

Head of Department for Clinical Innovation, Odense University Hospital, Denmark – “It was very interesting for us and gave us a better understanding of solutions that are being tested and implemented. We made some interesting contacts.”

Tim Omer, Patient Advocate – “The opportunity to engage with others was a great outcome of the event – the entertainment and dinners were really enjoyable.”

Medical Director, CRiL (2016 sponsor) – “The event has given us visibility and attracted interest from areas we might not have predicted.”

Medical Director, Visiomed Group (2016 sponsor) – “Our workshop went really well. The conference had lots of very interesting and quality contacts.”

Healthcare providers who attended in 2016 included:

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