Europe’s only IoT in health conference demonstrating the opportunity for patient-centric care and operational e ciency through connected devices.
Brian O’Connor, Chair of ECHAlliance will be speaking the in the session “So What”, Tuesday 12 September at 16.45h.
About the session;
SO WHAT is a question that should be asked more often than it is.
There is no doubting the sheer brilliance and opportunity of what we hear about IoT The SO WHAT question is -Who will it help and when?
Many many innovations have never helped anyone, not because they lacked brilliance or usefulness but because they never were deployed at scale. Join this session to understand how to innovate with purpose.
*View the agenda here*
Key issues to be explored:
• Using IoT-generated data to monitor and manage chronic conditions, enable preventative care and reduce hospital admissions
• IoT and the quantified self: how to make patient access to personal data a reality
• Improving operational efficiency with advanced data analytics
• Overcoming industry silos to enable a new generation of information and data sharing across the healthcare eco-system
• Addressing data privacy and cyber security concerns posed by new connected devices
Why you need to attend:
• Europe’s only practical IoT in healthcare event focused on real-world implementation as opposed to academic practice or theory
• 20+ evidence-based case studies from across the world on how to use IoT to optimise healthcare delivery and patient-centric care
• Network with a senior, pre-qualified audience of healthcare professionals.
• Interactive panel discussions, roundtable debates and tech-demos to ensure valuable networking with clear and actionable take-aways
There are a number os complementary passes! see if you are qualify for one of the free end-user passes to attend the Internet of Health EMEA conference. Someone will then be in touch to follow up!
More information and registration here