„The ‘Mobile Health Forum’ offers a platform for an intensive dialogue between the IT and health sectors. Our aim is to give impetus to future-oriented developments and solutions.”

Tarek Al-Wazir
Hessian Minister
of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development

 


„The quality of future healthcare will be improved by digital and mobile technology. That’s why we appreciate to discuss the chances and challenges therefor.”

Stefan Grüttner
Hessian Minister
for Social Affairs and Integration

 

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Digital Health everywhere

3rd Mobile Health Forum 2016

Depending on the demand simultaneous translation into English may be provided at German-speaking parts of the conference.

 

Mobile information and communication technologies open up enormous opportunities for personal healthcare, and also for the related industries such as health, care, fitness and IT.

Mobile Health - or briefly: mhealth - aims at the medical and health care of the future. It’s a mobile life that human beings – doctors, patients and the health conscious – are leading, and so the development and utilisation of mobile digital health technology is also on the move. Mores and more clinics, medical practices, pharmacies, health insurances, patients and private individuals are using mobile devices and medical apps for prevention, diagnosis and therapy.

The mobile digitilisation of healthcare raises new options and chances, but also the need to reflect on its challenges.
 

2016 we have arranged a selection of outstanding medical use cases of mobile technology in Germany and Europe for you. Please inform yourself and discuss about pioneering innovations, best practices and ways to create a mhealth strategy in the English speaking forums:

  •    mhealth innovations
  •    creating a mhealth strategy



We feel honored to present you the following lecturers and communicators with contributions in English or translated into the English language, depending on the demand (*):

  • Dr. med. Urs-Vito Albrecht, MPH *
    Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics
    at Hanover Medical School
  • Javier Ferrero Alvarez-Rementeria
    Andalusian Agency for Healthcare Quality
  • Tarek Al-Wazir *
    Hessian Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development
  • Prof. Dr. Britta Böckmann *
    Fachhochschule Dortmund, University of Applied Sciences and Arts
  • Damir Filipovic
    DIGITAL EUROPE
  • Prof. Dr. med. Norbert Graf 
    Saarland University Medical Center
  • Dr. Robert Heinrich
    House of IT
  • Rainer Herzog
    HIMSS Europe
  • Dr. med. Martin Hurch *
    ELGA GmbH
  • Dr. Jan Ising
    Accenture GmbH
  • Dr. Katja Leikert *
    Member of the German Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag)
  • Dr. Giles Nelson 
    Software AG
  • Claudia Prettner
    European Commission
  • Dr. Thorsten Prinz
    DGBMT - German Society for Biomedical Engineering within VDE (Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies)
  • Matthias Steffen
    Fuse GmbH
  • André Neu
    Cerner Corporation



How Mobile Health is developing:

  • Almost 100,000 mHealth apps are available on a variety of platforms.

  • The 20 most widely used sports, fitness and health apps have already been downloaded 231 million times throughout the world.

  • By 2017, there will be 3.4 billion people with smartphones worldwide, and half of them will be using mHealth apps.

  • In 2017, mobile health services in the EU may be able to save 99 billion euros in health costs.

 

Source: Europaen Commission, April 2014

When & Where



31 August 2016
09.00 - 19.00

Kap Europa
Osloer Str. 5
D-60327 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Contact


Technology-line
Hessen-IT

info@mobilehealthforum.de
www.mobilehealthforum.de
www.mobilehealthforum.eu

Dr Matthias Donath
Tel. +49 611 95017-8963
www.hessen-trade-and-invest.com
Konradinerallee 9
D-65189 Wiesbaden
Germany

 

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