Automation And Digitalization: Solutions Within AUTOMA + Healthcare 2022

AUTOMA + Healthcare is held on September, 26-27, 2022, in Zurich, Switzerland, and gathers leaders from hospitals & healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, governmental bodies and institutions with the main goal to contribute to further development of ongoing digital health trends. AUTOMA+ Healthcare is organized as a place to present case-studies, exchange experience in digital transformation and network.

The business program of AUTOMA+ 2022 is created to cover the topics of the healthcare industry:

  • Social aspects of digitalization
  • Data capture and usage from self-monitoring technologies
  • Strategies to improve patient centricity for health systems
  • Building trust in digital health tools
  • New patient-centric solutions
  • Smart digital medical devices and smart hospitals

During 2 days of intensive networking, participants get direct access to the whole value chain of the healthcare industry. Among the highlights of the program is Chief Digital Officers opening panel, leaders talks, business and technical sessions, and start-up closing session.

Healthcare Automation and Digitalization Congress is an annual B2B networking event. Among participants are representatives of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, University Medicine Essen, Sheba City of Health, Mehilainen, Erasmus University Medical Center, Pfizer, GSK, Takeda and others.

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