DigiHealthDay-2021 @ DIT-ECRI - Second Call & Update: Exclusive Summer Events

Countries around the world experienced many benefits of Digital Health during this pandemic than ever before, and there is now an increasing attention on Digital Health from healthcare professionals, patients, stakeholders, policymakers, and payers. European Campus Rottal-Inn recognizes this and continues their academic focus on the exchange of knowledge in Digital Health through DigiHealthDay-2021. The upcoming events from their DigiHealthDay-2021 series include special guest lectures by world-renounced experts, dedicated to understanding the impact of Digital Health on healthcare from an international perspective.

Prof. Jörg Debatin, Chairman of the Health Innovation Hub (hih), Federal Ministry of Health (Germany), in his lecture ‘Digital Medicine in Germany: Charting the Future’, on June 14th, will talk about digital health technologies and their progression state in Germany, including its implementation/ adoption, new regulations and acts of infrastructure connectivity and interoperability. Prof. Joseph Kvedar, Vice President, Partners Health Care and Chair of the Board of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), in his lecture ‘Telehealth from the US perspective, past, present and future’, on July 9th, will talk about Telehealth adoption and its’ progression in USA, during the pandemic, describing also the basics that were laid in place before, and the trends expected to be seen in the early future. This is a great opportunity to listen to international experts in the field, with the possibility of Live Q&A. You can tune to exclusive DigiHealthDay talks from anywhere around the globe. Just Register, if you have not yet, and make sure you don't miss it.

If you have missed their past workshops, don’t worry! In June and July, there is even more action with premeeting workshops on patient safety for digital health products, business insights from radiology images, the importance of high-quality health data, and its trustworthy use for learning health systems, AI and big data analytics in healthcare, and telehealth accreditation. Know more about the lineup of DigiHealthDay-2021 speakers and events on the official website www.th-deg.de/digihealthday.

Joining DigiHealthDay-2021, the main event, on November 12, for a Panel Discussion on the Future of Digital Health Data, and for keynote and impulse talks, are some of the leading experts and stakeholders. Among them are: Prof. Sylvia Thun, Head of Core Unit eHealth & Interoperability, Berlin Institute of Health @ Charité; Prof. Rajendra Gupta, President, Disease Management Association of India; Dr. Bertalan Meskó, Director of The Medical Futurist Institute; Dr. Filippo Martino, Chairman of the German Society of Digital Medicine e.V. (DGDM); Tatyana Kanzaveli, Founder and CEO of Open Health Network (USA); Artur Olesch, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of aboutDigitalHealth.com; and Dr. Georg Münzenrieder, Head of Unit of Digitalization at Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care.

This year, there is a special ‘Student Session’, to give Digital Health students and recent graduates a chance to present their ideas to experienced researchers from the Digital Health industry, universities, and research institutes worldwide, with the possibility to win a cash prize, and publish it on online Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth and in the symposium proceedings. The details can be found on the event series website.

The deadline to submit scientific articles as abstracts or papers is August 1. Selected abstracts/papers will be published in symposium proceedings and in the Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (JISfTeH). For more info, please check the ‘Submissions’ section of the official website.

Participation in DigiHealthDay is free-of-charge! Registration is required to attend any DigiHealthDay event. Follow the link to Register.

About DigiHealthDay-2021

DigiHealthDay-2021 is hosted by DIT-ECRI in cooperation with their partners: Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH), International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI), German Society of Digital Medicine e.V. (DGDM), German Telemedicine Society (DGTelemed), Bavarian Telemedicine Alliance (BTA), Armenian Association of Telemedicine (AATM), City of Pfarrkirchen, Russian-Armenian University (RAU), People's Friendship University of Russia (RUDN), National Healthcare University of Ukraine (NHU), and DigitalHealthNews.eu (media partner).

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