About the Event
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp focus the pressing need for health’s ecosystem to be accessible and seamless for consumers, wherever they live. From telehealth and remote patient monitoring services to AI-enabled diagnosis support has helped to change the healthcare systems, the experience for patients and the healthcare workforce alike.
Organisations in the healthcare sector need to change and technology has been disrupting the way healthcare is delivered. Healthcare professionals have been put under pressure to use digital to remodel, rebound and reinvent organisation and patient care
Digital Healthcare 2022 is a two-day virtual event for C-level, directors and healthcare leaders to collaborate on new models of virtual, value-based, data-driven, and accessible healthcare.
Benefits of attending
- Craft competitive health digitisation strategies based on well-rounded knowledge and insights
- Broaden perspectives and collect insights to innovate and improve current health systems
- Learn about the latest digital healthcare technologies and how they are being leveraged to optimise access to healthcare
- Network and build valuable partnerships with innovative minds at the forefront of digital healthcare
- Transform to the latest healthcare technology trends
- Leverage AI to improve the performance of the healthcare business
- Engage with the most promising start-ups that are creating Healthcare 2.0
Seniority of Participants
Digital Healthcare 2022 will bring together key leaders and decision-makers in the healthcare space.
Who should attend?
- Chief Clinical Officers
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Chief Transformation Officers
- Chief Digital Officers
- Chief Innovation Officers
- Director of Digital
- Director of Strategy
- Heads of Faculty
- Heads of Research
- Heads of Transformation
- Heads, e-Health
(including and not limited to)
- Public & Private Hospitals
- Government Health Ministries and Departments
- Various Medical Faculties and Departments of Universities/Medical Research Institutes