Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) & Health 2.0 European Digital Event is organized by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and will be held from Sep 07 - 11, 2020.
The HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Digital Event from 7–11 September 2020 will bring the best of both worlds: HIMSS's knowledge, expertise and thought leadership in healthcare digitisation, and Health 2.0's network of entrepreneurs and investors showcasing the latest innovative health tech solutions. Featuring best practices and thought leadership from the brightest minds in Finland and across Europe, this digital European healthcare event sets the virtual stage for inspired conversations and solutions to be further developed and realized at the face-to-face event in Helsinki in June 2021.
A Brand-new Digital Experience - What to Expect?
• Powerful five-day virtual experience facilitating partnerships and collaborations for digital healthcare transformation
• Unique combination of live, simulive and on-demand sessions, with the opportunity to participate in live polling and Q&A throughout
• Interactive, robust chat and networking capabilities that will allow you to connect with your peers and solution providers
• Unrivalled opportunity to pitch, profile and connect with key industry stakeholders
• 3-D exhibit floor, where you will experience a new way to interact with our technology and commercial partners in health IT
Key topics include:
• AI: Beyond the Buzz
• Building the Digital Maturity and Resilience of European Healthcare Systems
• Building the European Healthcare Data Space
• Critical Care in Critical Settings: Lessons Learned From COVID-19
• Innovation Forum and VentureConnect
• Securing Data, Protecting Privacy, Building Trust for Innovation and Action
• Silver Health and Economy: New Demographics, New Opportunities
HIMSS Nordic Community – Pre-Conference Workshop (August 27th, from 15:30-17:00 CET)
Workshop Title: COVID-19 - An Engine for Change? Building Resilient, Connected, and Prepared Health Systems in the Nordics
Among the shifts taking place globally following the ripple effect of COVID-19, the need for healthcare digitization is surfacing as one of the most pressing. It is no longer a question, for instance, to know if we should widely promote the implementation of telehealth services. The discussion now focuses on the speed at which we can safely introduce new technologies to help connect care and provide critical information and clinical pathways to support our frontline workforces. This webinar will discuss how to best leverage the evaluation groundwork that enabled an accelerated onboarding of these digital solutions during the outbreak and make sure they remain part of mainstream care after COVID-19. It will also highlight the strategies ahead in individual Nordic countries in response to rapidly evolving healthcare needs.
• How do we harness this momentum of change and adjust policies to extend the use of evidence-based digital solutions to mainstream care?
• How do we address the challenges of rapidly redesigning workflows while making sure we continue to scale up the implementation of fast-tracked digital solutions?
• What are the lessons learned, both in terms of technology and governance, on the need for interoperable solutions?
• What is the right balance between protecting citizens’ privacy and responding to public health critical priorities in times of crises?
HIMSS Women in Health IT Community – Post-Conference Webinar (September 15th 17:00 -18:00 CET)
Achieving Gender Parity in the Digital Health Workforce
According to most national statistics around the world, women significantly outnumber men in the health and care workforce. Women in health IT is a different story. In recent years, there has been a gradual rise in women's participation in the digital health workforce, nonetheless, women are still underrepresented in health technology and tend to be less recognized for their contributions. As in most industries, there is a disappointing representation of women in executive management positions, and this ratio is probably the highest in healthcare. Only 13% of CEO positions in the US are held by women. Achieving gender parity and equal chances for career growth between men and women is still a distant reality for most of us. The webinar explores ways to increase the diversity of roles and to ensure equal prospects to leadership positions in the healthcare IT industry by highlighting the results of the Women in Health IT EMEA Annual Survey.
• Recognize the key role women, and in particular nursing professionals, have played in the COVID-19 ecosystem response.
• Examine how important it is for health IT leadership to represent the population it serves, including men and women parity.
• Discuss the best ways to promote gender equity in the digital health ecosystem and encourage women entrepreneurship and innovation leadership.
Healthcare Management, Health Informatics
|Registration Type||Due Date||Price|
|Non Members: Employees of Healthcare Organisations (Health Professional, Govt, Clinicians) - Early Fee||17 Aug,2020||EUR 99.00|
|Non Members: Employees of Healthcare Organisations (Health Professional, Govt, Clinicians) who apply to become a HIMSS member - Early Fee||17 Aug,2020||Free|
|Non Members: NonSponsoring Vendors (Market Suppliers not exhibiting or sponsoring the event) - Early Fee||17 Aug,2020||EUR 1,100.00|
|Non Members: Start up - Early Fee||17 Aug,2020||EUR 99.00|
|HIMSS Members: Employees of Healthcare Organisations (Health Professional, Govt, Clinicians) - Early Fee||17 Aug,2020||Free|
|HIMSS Members: NonSponsoring Vendors (Market Suppliers not exhibiting or sponsoring the event) - Early Fee||17 Aug,2020||EUR 850.00|
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