Corporate Lecture Forum - TeleHealth 2007

TeleHealth 2007Deutsche Messe is offering all exhibitors and co-exhibitors at TeleHealth and the eHealth group display in Public Sector Parc at CeBIT 2007 the opportunity to showcase their concepts, solutions, products, and services in TeleHealth corporate lectures.

A fascinating program of lectures is being put together for visitors and entry to the corporate lecture forum is free of charge for all exhibition visitors. Further information, details and conditions of participation are available on http://www.telehealth.de/th_lectures

The Event Concept
The three strands or elements that make up TeleHealth afford ideal opportunities for dialogue and cooperation between suppliers and end users, service providers and decision-makers right across the healthcare industry.

  • The TeleHealth Conference gives an insight into current trends and the factors that affect healthcare delivery today. At the same time speakers will present and discuss the latest research findings, technological developments and examples of best practice.
  • A unique feature of the event is the combination of conference and TeleHealth Expo, the first exhibition to be devoted exclusively to telemedicine. This gives exhibiting firms and organizations the opportunity to meet other market players, talk about the themes of the conference and pursue common business interests.
  • Networking facilities are in place to ensure that brief contacts at the show turn into long-term business relationships afterwards. They also help you, as an exhibitor, to find the right partners and customers for your business.

In short, the TeleHealth package of Conference, Expo and Networking gives innovative players in the telemedicine market the ideal platform for building and cultivating closer business relationships in the future.

For further information, please visit:
www.telehealth.de

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