Global Clinical + Care Coordination Forum Announces 2nd "Care 2025"

12 November 2019, Hamburg, Germany.
The Global Clinical + Care Coordination Forum (GCCCF) will welcome managers from hospitals and clinics, scientists and researchers, political decision-makers as well as industrial partners from all health-related fields once again to its annual conference "Care 2025". The conference aims at discussing innovative strategies and latest approaches for the transformation of care delivery.

At "Care 2025", over 120 international delegates will hear from inspiring speakers and engage in knowledge-sharing and networking. The keynote speech "The digital revolution of medicine" will be given by Prof. Dr. med. Jörg F. Debatin, Chairman of the Health Innovation Hub (hih), Federal Ministry of Health, Germany. Another focus topic is the optimization of clinical workflows through transforming fragmented data into accessible information, which can be used anytime and anywhere when needed.

The impact of digitalization on the daily work of health professionals will be featured, also in view of the increasing need for patient engagement. A nursing perspective on Healthcare Industry 4.0 will be illustrated by Abdulqadir Nashwan, Hazm Mebaireek General Hospital in Qatar.

Finally, "Care 2025" will discuss how to achieve the balance between information-driven care and 'the human touch'.

The conference as well as the reception in the evening of 11 November will provide various opportunities for the exchange of knowledge and experience, and for the extension of personal networks.

Further information about the program and registration for "Care 2025": https://www.gcccf-conference.org.

Some impressions and highlights of last year's conference can be found at https://bit.ly/2FBB7pV.

About GCCCF

With the GCCCF, a platform was launched for stakeholders, decision-makers, influencers, and above all, care providers to exchange experiences, views, and visions and discuss approaches, which enhance the quality of care and ensures patient safety, satisfaction, and empowerment. As part of the GCCCF activities, an international program of leadership roundtable discussions has been held to date in Paris, Krakow, Hamburg, London, Belgrade, Bucharest, Moscow, and Warsaw (www.gcccf.net). Together with the annual conference, the GCCCF has created a community for close to 300 participants from 20 countries and a LinkedIn group of more than 4,700 members.

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