Healthcare 5.0 Technologies at Healthcare Automation and Digitalization Congress 2022

AUTOMA+ 202226 - 27 September 2022, Zurich, Switzerland.
Healthcare 5.0 technologies and smart healthcare services are presented at Healthcare Automation and Digitalization Congress (AUTOMA+ Healthcare). The Congress gathers industry leaders from hospitals and healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies together with medical device manufacturers and service companies.

These days, healthcare is at the dawn of a paradigm change to reach the new era - Healthcare 5.0 with the help of new technologies. Among examples of Healthcare 5.0 technologies are 5G, AI, Nanomedicine, Nanorobotics, AR, VR, IoT. Smart healthcare helps to make them more personalized by connecting different stakeholders in the health system, such as patients, healthcare professionals, organizations, and regulators. It means that the usage of Healthcare 5.0 technologies will lead to higher quality customization and personalization in medicine.

Speakers of AUTOMA+ Healthcare are also focusing on increasing the quality of customization and personalization in medicine with the help of new technologies. Within the Congress, Cherdchai Nopmaneejumruslers, Vice Director at Siriraj Hospital, is going to present the topic "Technologies driving Healthcare 5.0". Speaking about the plans of Siriraj Hospital, one of the main projects that is going on at present is the Siriraj 5G Smart Hospital. It is the pioneer model of the 5G application in the health care sector.

Since digital automation of emerging technologies requires a high rate to collect, store, re-format, and trace health data, 5G has become an essential technology. 5G provides a high user data rate and huge network signal coverage, which positively influences remote healthcare support, telemedicine, and a real-time transmission of massive data. Moreover, 5G enables to increase performance to a level that enforces the full power of AI. Mare Mechelinck, Anesthesiologist and Innovation Сoach for DIH-HERO at Universitätsklinikum Aachen, is going to talk about how robotics and AI get us to Healthcare 5.0.

Medical micro/nanorobots are also among the examples of Healthcare 5.0 technologies. These technologies can transform diverse types of energy sources into mechanical force for performing medical procedures such as surgeries. Micro and nanorobots are able to reach regions of the body not accessible by invasive surgery. Besides, they also can measure physical properties of tissue in real-time allowing to obtain a precise diagnosis of disease and vital signals. Liliana Paredes, Chief Technology Officer at VAMED Management und Service Schweiz AG, is going to talk about neurorehabilitation technologies.

AUTOMA+ Healthcare 2022 brings together healthcare industry leaders to contribute to further development of ongoing digital health trends. The registration of the speakers for the Roundtable Healthcare 5.0 is already closed; however, there is still an opportunity to listen to delegates talking about the future of the healthcare industry. Among speakers and delegates are Pfizer, Lundbeck, Honeywell, Helsinki University Hospital, Johnson & Johnson, VAMED Management und Service Schweiz, Lusíadas Saúde, Western Australian Health Service, Royal North Shore Hospital, Mehilainen and others.

For further information and to register, please visit:
https://automahealth.com

About AUTOMA+

AUTOMA+ is an annual closed-door Healthcare networking congress which gathers innovators in the healthcare industry with the main goal to contribute to further development of ongoing digital health trends. Among topics raised are sustainability, patient centricity, data management, security and privacy, virtual care, AI assistants and many others.

During 2 days of intensive networking participants get direct access to the whole value chain of the industry. This year AUTOMA+ is gathering industry leaders from hospitals & healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, governmental bodies and institutions together with medical device manufacturers, service companies and start-ups to discuss innovative solutions and business practises and share the lessons learned.

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