3rd Annual COCIR eHealth Summit: Digital Health Innovation: Define, Measure, Impact
COCIR: Strategic partner of the European Summit on Digital Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing
This year’s COCIR eHealth Summit is under the umbrella of the European Commission’s European Summit on Digital Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing (5-8 Dec 2016, Brussels).
The event builds on the outcomes of previous COCIR eHealth Summits looking at Big Data and the role of eHealth in delivering Integrated Care.
Industry needs to demonstrate the value of Digital Health Innovation in delivering Integrated Care. Information on the value of solutions will define innovative business models, broadening and accelerating eHealth uptake.
The Summit will advance the multi-stakeholder dialogue, jointly analysing the challenges of scaling up Digital Health solutions and how best to evaluate its impact.
The event will let policymakers, academia, civil society and the eHealth industry develop a shared vision on the value of Digital Health Innovation to Europe.
The panel discussions and the exchange of expert views will fuel the wider debate on the digital transformation of health care and address the challenges posed by Europe’s ageing society.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
The 3rd COCIR eHealth Summit offers the unique opportunity to:
- Join the multi-stakeholder dialogue on the pivotal role of Digital Health Innovation in transition to Integrated Care.
- Contribute to the Blueprint for Digital Health and Care Innovation and to the development of an evidence-based roadmap.
- Discover the existing evidence on the value of Digital Health Innovation.
- Share best practices and identify conditions of success for scaling up Digital Health initiatives.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
You should attend the COCIR eHealth summit if you are:
- Part of the European Commission
- A member of the European Parliament
- A member of the eHealth Network
- A representative of EU Member States engaged in eHealth deployment in their countries
- A member of an EU Permanent Representation in Brussels
- A key decision maker for Health ICT investment at country and regional levels
- A health and social care provider or other health professional
- A patient representative
- A member of the scientific community
- An industry representative, including from SMEs and national trade associations active in eHealth
Résidence Palace – International Press Center
155, rue de la Loi – Blok C
Tel.: 02 235 21 11
Fax: 02 235 21 10
How to get to the Résidence Palace
Parking Loi car park, entrance rue de la Loi 85, 1040 Brussels
The Résidence Palace is right above Schuman station. This makes rail the most convenient way of getting to the International Press Centre. Follow the signs saying ‘Résidence Palace’ in the station and leave by the Wetstraat exit. This brings you right opposite the main entrance to the International Press Centre.
Take lines 1 or 5 to Schuman station. This station is just below the Résidence Palace. Follow the signs saying ‘Résidence Palace’ in the station and leave by the Wetstraat exit. This brings you right opposite the main entrance to the International Press Centre.
Registration and Programme
The programme is downloadable here.