The technology track, meant to shed more light over the steps taken by different people / organisations to capitalise on what mobile and electronic health can deliver.
In the various sessions there will be talks and discussion panels from research and industrial sectors representatives, gathering views, challenges and opportunities on eHealth and mHealth innovation from a state-of-the-art and market perspectives.
Comparing and contrasting experiences from companies selling horizontal and vertical solutions, and sharing hot topics from the top research community.
The second day is devoted to people. The activities will enable face-to-face networking to build together the next generation of mobile and electronic health applications and services.
The Community track is the instrument to meet people, companies and organizations.
This track brings together such actors to share research plans, kick-start initiatives, formulates new projects and do business.
Agile one-to-one meetings among users facilitate a coral development of the EAI mHealth and eHealth community.
The Summit will include an exhibition area where industry and academia will show case there latest developments, hardware and software, related to the eHealth and mHealth.
The Summit will open with keynote presentations from world-recognized experts in the eHealth domain. Terje Peetso, György Velkey, Jonathan Steel, Rifat Latifi, and Frank Lievens will share their ideas and speak about challenges that eHealth is currently facing.
• Interoperability and open standards
• eHealth & mHealth and Interoperability – How to increase the quality of healthcare and decrease costs?
• Steps towards interoperability - Successful industry initiatives and large scale deployments
Zdravko Mauko has graduated at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology. He has spent 17 years working in PLIVA Pharmaceuticals at the different function roles related to... Read More