HIMSS Europe Webinar: A Patient-centric Holistic Care Approach to Chronic Disease Management

HIMSS Europe17 October 2012, 15:00 CET
There is no doubt that we are experiencing a global healthcare crisis with costs rising uncontrollably and an aging population that is placing an increased burden on already strained healthcare systems. Remote monitoring solutions have the potential to alleviate this burden by allowing providers to monitor patients remotely and empowering patients to better manage their own health. Specifically, chronic disease patients who may be managing multiple diseases can use wirelessly-enabled medical devices to send their biometric data to physicians, care providers or health services companies to track their health trends and avoid acute care settings such as hospitals. Qualcomm Life and S3 Group will discuss each company's technology solutions for the European market, and how they are enabling the next generation of remote monitoring and chronic disease management solutions.

Speakers:

  • Anthony Shimkin, Sr. Director, Qualcomm Life, USA and Europe
  • John Mulcahy, General Manager S3 Group Telehealth, Poland

Please click here to register for this webinar.

Pricing:
Complimentary. There is no cost to attend this webinar.

What's included:
This webinar lasts at least 60 minutes and includes a Q & A session with the presenter. Each registration includes one web connection per registrant.

About HIMSS Europe
HIMSS Europe is dedicated to bringing together all the major players in the Health ICT community to transcend borders and languages and engender a truly regional dialogue. As members of HIMSS Europe, individual professionals (managers, administrators, clinicians, technology experts and users), vendor companies and IT providers meet, interact and learn from one another.

With the opening of its Europe office in Brussels, HIMSS is now positioned to provide activities, programmes and education specifically designed for the Europe Health ICT community. Guided by a Governing Council of members from within the Europe region, the HIMSS Europe staff will focus on the needs of individual and corporate members across Europe to ensure dedicated services and membership value.

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