International Scientific Symposium DigiHealthDay 2020

13 November 2020, Pfarrkirchen, Germany
DigiHealthDay @DIT-ECRI is going to be a daylong action-packed event targeting primarily academia - from established researchers, to young scientists and students. Following the theme "How are digital technologies transforming health and care around the world", the symposium will explore modern Digital Health and its role in tackling global health problems from a uniquely international perspective, with a special focus on Digital Health Education.

The meeting is supported and endorsed by the local and international partners: International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH), International Health Informatics Association (IMIA), European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI), German Telemedicine Society (DGTelemed), and Bavarian Telemedicine Alliance (BTA), as well as local and regional authorities.

DigiHealthDay will feature a mix of keynotes by world-renowned speakers, oral and poster scientific presentations, audience-centered panel discussions, student thesis and project presentations, company expo, and of course, networking possibilities.

Additionally, a series of pre-conference DigiHealth Workshops (educational events by local and international experts addressing a range of topics in Digital Health) will be organized at DIT-ECRI in Spring-Summer 2020.

You are invited to contribute by publishing and presenting your research work at the DigiHealthDay 2020. Original full-text scientific papers on different topics related to Digital Health will be peer-reviewed by a panel of experts. Accepted papers will be published in the electronic Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (JISfTeH), as well as in print.

Whether you are curious about the latest advances in Digital Health, looking for inspiration for your business, or simply keen on meeting like-minded professionals from around the world - DigiHealthDay @ DIT-ECRI is just for you.

Participation

Attendance fee is 50 Euros for all non-student attendees.

Online Registration is required due to limited seats available.

Important dates

  • Online registration / submission opens March 1, 2020
  • Paper submission deadline June 1, 2020
  • Notification of acceptance (on or before) July 1, 2020
  • Online registration closes October 1, 2020

DigiHealth Topics

  • EHR, Health Information Systems
  • Data Standards and Interoperability
  • Telemedicine and Remote Health Care
  • mHealth, IoMT, and Telemonitoring
  • Health Data Management and Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Healthcare
  • Privacy, Security, Trust, and Patient Engagement
  • Robotics, Blockchain, New and Emerging Technologies
  • Delivery Models, Bottlenecks, and Moving Forward
  • DigiHealth Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Special Focus on Digital Health Education

For further information and to register, please visit:
https://www.th-deg.de/digihealthday

DIT-ECRI - A Perfect Place for Digital Health Academia

European Campus Rottal-Inn is an international branch of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology (a modern and dynamic university of applied sciences in South-Eastern Bavaria), providing quality health and technology education through its bachelor- and master-level study programs, including two tiers of Digital Health Education: Bachelor of Health Informatics (BHI), and Master of Medical Informatics (MMI), to students from more than 80 countries from all five continents. This global diversity is reflected in the university's research and development projects. Ranging from EHR, telemedicine and remote care, to security and patient engagement, and to innovation and entrepreneurship, the full scope of Digital Health is at the heart of this event.

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