Mobilise healthcare professionals with the latest technology

eyeforhealthcare7-8 December 2006, Hilton Canary Wharf, London
There are many estimates as to how fast mobile technology solutions are developing at present. Juniper Research stated in May 2006 that spending on mobile health care in North America and Europe will reach $2.7bn by 2010. Furthermore the rise in wireless investment in healthcare services is by no means restricted to patient management. Juniper forecasts an increase in use of wireless technology and applications across the board, from prescribing to EPR.

There has been a raft of research to show that the implementation of wireless technology allied with the use of mobile applications is in huge demand. A recent report in Compliance Engineering showed that "health systems using wireless devices report a 47% increase in the accuracy of patient information…the use of WLAN devices can lower costs", and a report from Frost and Sullivan found that sales of WLAN infrastructure in hospitals in Europe will grow from $12.3m in 2001 to $92.3m in 2007.

Everybody recognises that new advances in ICT and mobile/wireless technology will drive national Healthcare ICT spending and push the UK’s Conencting for Health Programme beyond its current implementation phases. It is becoming ever important to devote resources to better devices, training and strategic planning.

This conference will examine case studies of the implementation of wireless networks, the use of PDAs by medical professionals, security issues in wireless and mobile deployment and much more. Join us now to discover the opportunities involved in Mobilising the Clinician!

Mobilising the Clinician will bring together a top selection of healthcare specialists and experienced professionals to share their knowledge, to share their views and present on the hottest topics in the mobile healthcare industry.

Register Today: Be a Healthcare Innovator not a Chaser
This high-level industry conference is a must-attend for senior healthare IT executives, industry analysts and experts. Speakers from across Europe will explore the opportunities, and potential gains when implementing a wireless network and how mobile solutions can aid healthcare management. You are assured to leave with an action plan designed to capture all that potential for improving efficiency in today's ever-restrictive IT market.

Register by 26th October for a €150 discount!

If you would like to participate in the event, view the conference program for the event or would like to recommend topics or speakers, please visit:
www.eyeforhealthcare.com/mobile2006/ehealthnews

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