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Third edition #T5THC on Digital Health with a focus on how we create a more sustainable healthcare model for the future, enabled by technology and digital.

BluePoint Antwerpen, Filip Williotstraat, Antwerpen, Belgium

Morning keynotes

Afternoon track themes:

  • How digital health is transforming healthcare financing
  • The use of technology to advance real-world patient insights
  • Implementing digital health strategies in healthcare organizations – how to get organized

 

Track topics:

Patient centricity, Telemedicine, Patient management, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, digital healthcare transformation, big data, hospital of the future, mobility, government, financing models, talent management,…

32

Speakers

4

Tracks

10

Demo & product presentations

300

Healthcare professionals

Strategic Partner

Silver

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€495

Digital Health – Non-Medical Professionals

€295

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€99

Digital Health – Students, Nursing

€0

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