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eHealth is presently reshaping the way doctors and medical professionals work or interact between themselves and with their patients, thanks to new tools and data.
There is a strong need to close the enormous gap between great technical progress and limited clinical application. This congress aims to contribute to a major step forward in this regard by bringing the various stakeholders together. Clinicians will learn about the most important tools in eCardiology and eHealth to improve their daily work, for the benefit of their patients, whilst researchers, technicians, industry partners, health authorities and regulators, alike, will learn from clinicians what their real needs are.
The third European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth is dedicated to the use of eHealth solutions in every aspect of cardiovascular care such as prevention, diagnosis, risk assessment, monitoring, education, counselling and treatment.
Join us in Berlin, in October 2016, to present on or learn about new technological platforms, products and/or services in eHealth, focusing on eCardiology, and, thereby, contributing to build a stronger bridge, connecting clinicians and other key stakeholders.
Become an active leader in the translation of technology into real-world, clinical applications, to further improve cardiovascular patient care and clinical outcomes.
The Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus (“LVH”), centrally located in Berlin, at the heart of the Charité Campus, will be hosting us for this exciting conference.
We look forward to having you with us, during the third edition of the European Congress on eCardiology and eHealth for what we believe will be a thought-provoking and stimulating exchange forum amongst all active stakeholders in this fast developing field.
Professor Hugo SANER