Vitalis conference

The most comprehensive eHealth conference programme in Scandinavia

The most comprehensive eHealth conference programme in Scandinavia

Vitalis is the Nordic region’s largest conference and exhibition focused on transforming healthcare and social Welfare. Digitalisation in healthcare and welfare continues to be a topical subject of the public debate today. Vitalis 2023 will be the most relevant meeting place to shed light on current issues, attracting decision-makers from the health and social welfare community to join the debate and browse the market for new solutions.

Vitalis 2023 commence with an Opening Keynote the 22 May for those with a conference ticket, the conference program and exhibition starts on 23-25 May. Welcome to The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre in Gothenburg!

Vitalis 2023 will be a co-arrangement with Medical Informatics Europe (MIE) where the participants gets access to both MIE and Vitalis sessions. One ticket two conferences!

Read more about MIE on their website »

2023 topics include:

  • Remote Health Care
  • Health data
  • Inhabitant/Patient needs
  • Cybersecurity, Information Security, Privacy
  • Change Management
  • Implementation
  • Self-care,Self-diagnostic
  • Medical Imaging
  • Precision Medicine
  • Crisis Readiness
  • Rehabilitation and habilitation
  • Mental health
  • Life Science
  • Other, eHealth


Come and be part of three days of knowledge building, networking and important discussions on the future of healthcare!

Vitalis Main Partners


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Partner organisations

Business Region Göteborg, Inera, IT-universitetet Göteborg, eHälsomyndigheten, Göteborgs Stad, MedTech West, Sahlgrenska akademien, Sahlgrenska Science Park, Sjukhusläkarna, Socialdepartementet, Socialstyrelsen, Swedish Medtech, Svensk Medicinteknisk Förening, Svensk förening för Medicinsk InformatikSvenska Institutet för StandarderSveriges Kommuner och Regioner, Sveriges Läkarförbund, Svensk sjuksköterskeförening, Vinnova och Vårdförbundet