Are You a Part of the Telemedicine Revolution?
29 - 30 October 2013, Edinburgh, UK.
Support for the first European Telemedicine Conference is gaining momentum with delegate sales exceeding expectations already. The Conference is the one place to meet health and social care managers and practitioners, independent sector care providers, IT professionals, government & regional decision makers, academics, researchers, innovators and vendors who are passionate about telemedicine. That's why IBM has chosen to sponsor the inaugural European Telemedicine Conference at the highest level.
European Telehealth and Telecare Innovation Showcase - an interactive area for service providers to present new and emerging products - will enable exhibitors to provide a hands-on experience of their concepts to the Conference delegates. If you are also looking for networking opportunities and ways to engage Europe's telemedicine decision-makers, the Showcase is the place to be.
The event creates a platform for all stakeholders to share success stories and challenges cross borders with the objective to create high-quality, integrated and sustainable health and social care solutions for Europe.
Some of the confirmed speakers include:
- Prof. Dr. Heleen Riper, Professor eMental Health, Leuphana University, Germany.
"Research on Use of Telemedicine in Psychiatry - Blended Treatment for Depression"
- Prof. George Crooks, OBE, MBChB, FRCP, FRCGP, Medical Director NHS 24, UK.
"State of Telemedicine Across Europe, the Momentum Project"
- Nancy A. Landman, CIO, UPMC Hospitals, Pittsburgh, USA.
"Telemedicine and End of Life Care"
- Claus Duedal Pedersen, Chief Consultant, Odense University Hospital, Denmark.
"Paving the Way for Telemedicine"
Register today to gain up-to-the-minute insights and network with the global leaders in the telemedicine.
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About HIMSS Europe
HIMSS Europe is dedicated to bringing together all the major players in the Health ICT community to transcend borders and languages and engender a truly regional dialogue. As members of HIMSS Europe, individual professionals (managers, administrators, clinicians, technology experts and users), vendor companies and IT providers meet, interact and learn from one another.
With the opening of its Europe office in Brussels, HIMSS is now positioned to provide activities, programmes and education specifically designed for the Europe Health ICT community. Guided by a Governing Council of members from within the Europe region, the HIMSS Europe staff will focus on the needs of individual and corporate members across Europe to ensure dedicated services and membership value.
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