The Entire Spectrum of Digital Health Care at the DMEA 2022

DMEA - Connecting Digital Health26 - 28 April 2022, Berlin, Germany.
From 26 to 28 April the DMEA on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds will present papers, an exchange of expert knowledge and workshops covering a wide spectrum of digital healthcare topics. The overall programme will provide the framework for discussions between more than 120 participants from science and practice on current and future subjects of vital importance in digital healthcare.

Trade visitors will be able to hear fascinating keynote addresses from speakers such as Kenza Ait Si Abbou, a multi-award winning expert on artificial intelligence and robotics, Dame Stephanie Shirley CH, a British businesswoman and philanthropist, and Dr. Päivi Sillanaukee, Ambassador for Health and Wellbeing at the Ministry of External Affairs in Finland.

Some fascinating speakers with backgrounds in research and practice will be represented at this year’s DME. They include Prof. Dr. Sylvia Thun, a professor at the Charité hospital in Berlin and Head of the Core Facility Digital Medicine and Interoperability at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH). On 26 April she will be speaking about the current state of digitalisation in healthcare and the deployment of capability maturity models as an instrument of corporate strategy. On 27 April Dr. Christine Haas, Advisor at the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM), will be addressing important issues on the subject of Systemized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT). This is intended to make future electronic patient files available for research and facilitate the recording of medical data. Dr. Alexander von Kameke, a physician specialising in medical IT at Kantonsspital St. Gallen, will use the session on "The deployment of artificial intelligence in medical care" on 28 April to speak on the subject of clinical decision-making support at the point of care for the management of diabetes in hospitals.

Parallel with an extensive range of events the trade fair will also feature presentations by more than 450 national and international companies from all areas of digital healthcare.

The DMEA also provides its visitors with advanced training seminars and job offers for newcomers to this field. Over 8,000 trade visitors are expected to attend this year.

The full programme of the DMEA 2022 can be accessed following registration, which is free of charge, from the link on the DMEA online platform at: https://plus.dmea.de.

About DMEA

DMEA is Europe's leading event for health IT which gathers decision-makers from every area of the healthcare sector - including IT specialists, physicians, hospital and nursing care executives as well as experts from politics, science and research.

Every year, the DMEA dedicates a separate program to the central topic of "young talent and careers".

In 2020 and 2021, the DMEA could only take place digitally due the pandemic. In 2021, more than 4.000 participants registered for the digital version of DMEA, and around 2.500 viewers watched the program items every day.

In 2019 a total of 11,000 trade visitors came to DMEA to find out about the latest developments and products, acquire qualifications and establish important industry contacts.

The DMEA is organized by the Bundesverband Gesundheits-IT - bvitg e.V. (Federal Association for Health IT) and is hosted by Messe Berlin GmbH. The DMEA is also organized in cooperation with the industry associations GMDS (German Society for Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology) e.V., BVMI (Professional Association of Medical Informatics) e.V. and with the content-related participation of KH-IT (Federal Association of Hospital IT Managers) e.V. and CIO-UK (Chief Information Officers - University Hospitals).

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