Influential ministerial delegates and eHealth experts from across Europe and the globe have come together to discuss how they can join forces to improve healthcare in Europe through information technology.
The Andalusian Agency for Healthcare Quality is a pioneer in setting a regulation regarding the quality and the security of Healthcare apps
The mobile health or mHealth is changing the way health services are offered, promising a better life quality and a better security system for patients, offering new and more efficient means of work and improving the participation and the implication of citizenship.
Dr. Marom Bikson is a Cattell Professor of Biomedical Engineering at The City College of New York (CCNY) of the City University of New York (CUNY) and co-Director of the Neural Engineering Group at the New York Center for Biomedical Engineering. The translational R&D activity of his group spans pre-clinical studies, computational models, device design and fabrication, regulatory activities, and clinical trials.
Few people know the environment of mHealth and eHealth like Indu Subaiya, co-founder and CEO of Health 2.0. This organization has been arranging events and summits focused on this healthcare sector since 2007. In this issue, Indu shares her expertise with us, talking about the present and future of modern healthcare and its companies.
The European Union is definitely bent on pushing new healthcare disciplines forward. Their advantages are obvious to us, and we want to make sure that the citizens can see it this way as well. I think it´s appropriate to underline the importance of the digital single market strategy as a framework.
The scenario is similar across European countries: the higher standards in the quality of life, combined with the advances in healthcare, makes the population live much longer- but the third age brings a whole array of health complications with it.
Never before have so many factors come together to accelerate change in health systems as today
The Marketing and Business Development Manager at Telefonica España remarks a transformation of the health care model thanks to technology and telemedicine as the most efficient driver to ensure the sustainability of the health care system
Homero Rivas is Director of Innovating Surgery at Stanford University Medical Center (California, US). After being involved for one decade in the advance of digital and mobile health, he has launched several companies and has assessed multiple start-ups in the industry.
Demographic Pressure & Regulatory Mandates Driving a Shift to Accountable Care