Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress 2017

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Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress 2017

Delivering Integrated Patient Centred Health Services through Technology

The Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress will be returning to Stockholm on the 7th and 8th of November 2017 to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities in health innovation.

The event will bring together clinicians, the health and social care workforce, policy makers and technology providers to examine how the sector can meet the triple challenge of improving the patient experience, improving health outcomes and reducing the cost of care.

Through successful case studies of mhealth implementation in the Nordics, panel discussions and roundtable debates our attendees will learn further about how to overcome common challenges like change management, interoperability, scaling of systems and how to seize opportunities offered by the likes of virtual consultations and large scale EMR implementation.

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21.08.2017

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