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Register for Vitalis conference at Early Bird discount

02 December / 2019

Come and be part of three days of knowledge building, networking and important discussions on the future of healthcare! Welcome to Vitalis 5-7 May 2020. Vitalis attracts more than 6,200 attendees with the shared aim of building their knowledge and improving tomorrow’s health care. The seminars span from generic public information to more specialised presentations and business cases of implemented...

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Submit your presentation proposal for five new themes at Vitalis 2020

28 November / 2019

Welcome to submit your presentation proposal for five new themes at Vitalis 2020. In these themes we believe that there will be lectures including informatics, standardization, ethics, implementation and much more. Precision Medicine Precision medicine offers great opportunities, but there are also challenges with the exchange of information along a linear context (basic research, scientific d...

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Nurses in focus at Vitalis!

20 November / 2019

2020 has been designated as the Year of the Nurse - worldwide. This will also put its mark on next year’s Vitalis, which will focus heavily on the important and driving role of nurses for the innovation and development of eHealth. On 12 May 1820 Florence Nightingale was born - the founder of the modern nursing profession. In honour of the 200-year jubilee, the WHO has designated 2020 as the Yea...

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Vitalis attracts Chinese operators

18 November / 2019

Interest in eHealth in China has never been greater. “There is an immense need here,” says Felicia Lindoff at the SSIEC innovation centre in Beijing, which has set up a collaborative effort with Vitalis. Next week will see the marketing effort start in earnest, with the sights set on powerful Chinese participation at Vitalis in 2020. SSIEC stands for Sino-Swedish Innovation & Entrepreneursh...

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Why do clinicians resent technology in the hospital?

15 May / 2019

Healthcare organisations are on a Digital Transformation journey and are having to radically rethink how technology, people, and processes need to change to improve outcomes for clinicians, and, most importantly, patients. To respond to the growing pressures and demands in our health and care systems it is as much a priority to understand how to deliver change as it is to implement technology that...

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