'Pharmacy and m/eHealth' Focus at Med-e-Tel 2016
6 - 8 April 2016, Luxembourg.
For the second consecutive year, the Med-e-Tel 2016 conference program features a focus on 'pharmacy and m/eHealth', presented in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU), together with the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) and the European Pharmaceutical Students Association (EPSA).
The session will focus on some national initiatives and European policy that affect community pharmacists, as well as hospital pharmacists. And will also provide a look at practical mHealth apps and eHealth tools that are currently already in use to improve care coordination and patient care in general.
Early-bird registration for Med-e-Tel 2016 is available until March 11th. Register now to take advantage of the discounted rates. A registration provides you with access to all conference sessions and to the expo/networking area, as well as two evening networking receptions. There are also options for 1-day registrations.
For further information about Med-e-Tel, to register, for information about special hotel deals, and more, please visit:
Med-e-Tel is an event of the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH), THE international federation of national associations who represent their country's Telemedicine and eHealth stakeholders.
The ISfTeH exists to facilitate the international dissemination of knowledge and experience in Telemedicine and eHealth, to provide access to recognized experts in the field worldwide, and to offer unprecedented networking opportunities. Med-e-Tel is one of the instruments that help the ISfTeH to realize this mission.
Med-e-Tel 2016 (6-8 April 2016) will feature, in collaboration with our partner organizations, international experts and users who will present their experiences with current telemedicine and eHealth applications and future developments (virtual consultation, remote monitoring, eLearning, mobile solutions, health information exchange, smart technologies, business models, health economics, user needs/satisfaction, and more).
On a local and regional level, Luxembourg's National eHealth Agency (Agence eSanté) will actively participate again in the event with a partner pavilion in the Med-e-Tel expo area to showcase current projects and eHealth technologies. And the Agency will also present several panel discussions and conference sessions on data exchange and security, and on interoperability.
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