Those looking to steer their healthcare organisations confidently into the digital age should mark one date firmly in their diaries this year: the second annual HIMSS Impact event, taking place on 17-18 October 2018.
This one-and-a-half-day event takes place at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam (just outside Berlin). The programme runs two parallel tracks:
Big Data in medicine
This track will aim to provide concrete information on the current state of play around Big Data in healthcare.
The second track focuses on how to lead digital transformation within the healthcare sector.
HIMSS Impact18 offers delegates an unrivalled opportunity to gain the latest industry information, research insights and digital strategies to enable them to achieve tangible outcomes for their organisations. So, whether your interest lies in how Big Data can benefit your organisation – or in what leadership requires in the digital age – HIMSS Impact18 is sure to be an unmissable event!
The second annual HIMSS Impact event, which runs 17-18 October at the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) in Potsdam, just outside Berlin, will focus on two distinct themes in two programme tracks – “How to Lead Digital Transformation within the Healthcare Sector” and the already established topic of “Big Data in Medicine”.
“Whether you’re a clinician, a C-suite manager, or a CEO, this event’s for you”, says Rainer Herzog, General Manager D-A-CH, HIMSS Europe GmbH. “Research insights, latest industry information and digital strategies will really give delegates something to take home with them so they can achieve tangible outcomes for their organisations. Those looking to steer their healthcare organisations confidently into the digital age should mark this event firmly in their diaries.”
The list of speakers will include Dr. Dominic King (Clinical Lead at DeepMind Health), Rachel Dunscombe (CEO NHS Digital Academy), Jan-Eric Slot (CIO/ CMIO member of the executive committee, Bernhoven Hospital), Prof. Björn Bergh (Chief Digital Officer, Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein) and Prof. Dr. Christoph Herborn (Medical Director, Asklepios Kliniken).
Apart from various sessions in both programme tracks, the conference features an EU Funding Session, organized by the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), a matchmaking networking event, regional-focused HealthCapital sessions to showcase some of the most inspiring projects of new start-ups, and lots of other networking opportunities.
More info: www.himssimpact.eu