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Great participation at the 1st international Digital Health Conference in Moscow

27 April 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Smith
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Congratulations to 3 of our members for their great participation at the 1st international Digital Health Conference in Moscow !

The British Embassy in Moscow, Department for International Trade and the Moscow State University co-chaired the first international Digital Health Conference in Russia, 20-21 April 2017.

The key objective of the conference was to highlight the growing opportunities that collaboration between healthcare, biotechnology and the IT industry can offer. Their aim was to showcase the best solutions in e-health, m-health and telemedicine, along with offering participating companies an excellent opportunity to exchange experience and meet partners from Russia, UK, The Netherlands and Germany. This event was one of the keynote events to celebrate 2017 as the UK/Russia Year of Science and Education.

ECHAlliance as supporting partner of the event gave the opportunity of 3 of their members to speak during the event:

Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Marand, gave a presentation on the Postmodern EHR, showcasing the best solutions in Digital health systems and services.

Liz Mear
, Chief Executive Innovation Agency, Academic Health Science Network for the North West Coast, "Deployment of Digital Health across England – the role of Academic Health Science Networks" (UK)

Brendan O’Brien, Consultant Clinical Informatics Specialist, Health & Social Care Board. "Northern Ireland’s Digital Health journey" (UK)

Read more about the event (in Russian)

"In good company! With Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, the Russian Physiologist in Moscow”