Frontiers Health 2018

15 - 16 November 2018, Berlin, Germany.
Frontiers Health has fast become one of the premiere conferences in the digital health space, combining a unique mix of attendees and presenters from investment funds, life science companies, health innovation hubs, insurance companies and digital health start-ups, providing for a unique platform to discuss how innovations in their respective fields are converging to re-invent and transform healthcare.

Conference activities will explore guiding themes inspired to healthcare trends and innovation topics:

  • Breakthrough Innovations
  • Scientific and Medical Validation
  • Reimbursement and Business Models
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Digital Therapies
  • Design for Health Transformation
  • Funding, M&A, path to value
  • Health Insurance Innovation

Dive into 2 days of cutting-edge health innovations and future trends that will shape the world of healthcare:

  • Day 1 - Explore new trends and possibilities, join workshops and network with new potential partners
  • Day 2 - Get inspired by excellent keynotes and the brightest minds around

Multiple engaging formats: keynotes, talks, masterclasses, interactive workshops, game-based learning, tech discovery, panels.

For further information and to register, please visit:
https://www.frontiershealth.co

Exclusive promo code: FH20ETH

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