Personal Health Systems Conference with new European eHealth trends and dimensions

Personal Health Systems (PHS) Conference was a great success in special by tacking into account that the number of the invited participants has been doubled comparing with the initial expectations. It seams that so high interest in the Personal Health Systems topic hasn't been expected, nevertheless, conference organizers did a very well job and all attendees have been hosted and a nice program has been conducted.

Personal Health Systems

In a couple of weeks all conference presentations will be published, we will keep our visitors informed about. By anticipating the conference online content, I would like to emphasize that it will be a unique one. So far, I did not see any event, which has been able to bring together all European Commission (EC) eHealth related units close with the eHealth research and industry results/achievements.

PHS Conference has been a great event, which underlined the future European eHealth trends and EC expectations. Ilias Iakovidis (Deputy Head of Unit "ICT for Health") as usual has been conducted a very open and plenty of useful advises session. In order to anticipate a little his online presentation, please note that all interested in the FP7 Challenge 5 of the ICT Work Programme are kindly asked to consult very carefully the existing guidelines and open call specifications. Supplementary, please don’t hesitate to ask questions instead of wasting time by developing a wrong track proposal!

Finally, I have to recognize that PHS Conference has been the first one event attended by the eHealthNews.EU Portal. In this context, I would like to express my sincerely thanks for your consideration, your attention, all your comments, and hopefully all PHS conference participants honestly could say "... well done Conference".

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