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«Healthcare of the Future 2021» will take place on 28 May 2021 in Biel/Bienne
Healthcare of the Future
«The Most Exciting Swiss Medical Informatics Conference in 2019!»
Bern University of Applied Sciences will host a conference which reflects some of the results of a two year multi stakeholder Swiss research program in medical informatics. The research program, starting 2016, saw 25 stakeholders cooperating for an integrated cross-sectoral treatment pathway with the goal to avoid communication gaps and information loss among the different participants within the treatment process. A major goal was to improve and accelerate healthcare processes and to empower the patient to play an active and decisive role within his own care process.
In an international meeting located in beautiful Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, we invite you to experience advanced interaction between caregivers, patients and healthcare institutions based on modern information technology. Our goal is to improve and accelerate healthcare processes and to empower the patient to play an active and decisive role within his own care process.
Take the opportunity to actively participate in this unique conference and to compete for Brönnimann’s Award.
Chair of Medical Informatics, University of Erlangen, Co-chair of the Medical Informatics expert committee of the German Medical Informatics Association GMDS
«Digital Patient Communication: Improving the Hospital-Patient Relationship»
Clinical psychologist, researcher and inventor of technologies to support health, emotional well-being and interpersonal connectedness. She teaches in Human Centered Design and Engineering at the University of Washington.
«Left to Our Own Devices»
We welcome you to make «Healthcare of the Future» an outstanding event mirroring latest achievements in information technology in areas such as eHealth, mobile health, personalised health and workflow-based health applications.
We hope to see you all in Biel/Bienne on 5 April 2019!
- Prof. Thomas Bürkle
- Prof. Kerstin Denecke
- Prof. Jürgen Holm
- Prof. Michael Lehmann
- Prof. Murat Sariyar
- Erwin Zetz