HIMSS IMPACT Big Data in Medicine

20 - 21 Novemebr 2017, Potsdam, Germany.
Big Data looks set to become a game-changer for healthcare and is likely to have a groundbreaking effect in all areas - from health service to population health management and from prevention to treatment and care. Yet, though there are many positive effects to be expected, numerous questions also arise: How will the way doctors and hospitals work change in future? What new questions arise for patients with Big Data - for example, how can the loud call for data security be answered?

HIMSS IMPACT provides concrete information on the current state of play. Delegates will also hear about and get an opportunity to discuss the new Healthcare requirements.

Join the event to see distinguished speakers discuss the many life-changing benefits of Big Data for everyone involved in the healthcare system, from personalized treatment options to a capacity for more preventive care, which will ultimately lead to improved health outcomes and a better quality of life.

Join HIMSS IMPACT as a sponsor: Showcase your capabilities and host an interactive workshop that highlights how the benefits of big data can be realized. Interact with a high-profile audience to make valuable contacts and collect feedback.

For further information, please visit:
https://www.himssimpact.eu

About HIMSS Europe
HIMSS Europe is a voice, advisor and thought leader of transformation through health IT. As an independent organisation with innovation at its heart, HIMSS Europe unites and engages key stakeholders across the health and care ecosystem through events, media, analytics and communities that are focused on helping healthcare systems to define their IT strategies meanwhile supporting the healthcare industry to improve its services.

By offering a high quality, Pan-European platform to collaborate and exchange best practice, news, information and data, HIMSS Europe has a unique breadth and depth of expertise and capabilities to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of health and care and deliver more effective patient outcomes.

Founded in 1961, HIMSS encompasses more than 60,000 members, 600 companies and over one million HIT network of key influencers that drive innovation across the world.

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