On scandinavian tracks

The World of Health IT 2008 Conference & Exhibition is an innovative and forward-thinking event designed to deepen the understanding of specific healthcare ICT markets in Europe.

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Given the location of this year's conference, a special "Danish and Nordic Track" featuring discussions on healthcare ICT issues in both Scandinavia and the Baltic region has been created specifically for WoHIT 2008.

With many important personalities scheduled to take part, discussion should be enriching and varied. In addition to presenters from host organisations, Digital Sundhed and MedCom, speakers will represent local and regional authorities, hospitals and healthcare facilities, research installations and private companies.

This year, an expanded line up of pre-conference symposia, including Physicians', Nursing Informatics and eHealth Planning and Management programmes, offers delegates the chance to experience best practice case studies first hand from leading eHealth practitioners in Europe.

World of Health IT 2008 is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the innovation, implementation and integration of electronic health solutions in Europe.

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