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Early bird rates for SmartHealth Summit 2022 > Digital technologies transforming delivery of health and care

by | Jul 13, 2022


September 28th, 2022 | Croke Park, Dublin
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This year’s SmartHealth Summit will take a deep dive into the practical implementation of digital healthcare solutions, exploring how data insights and technology are being used to improve care, access and user experience following the impact of Covid-19. During the pandemic, technology played a crucial role in delivering virtual care and telemedicine was established as a major component of care delivery.

As a result, healthcare systems around the world will continue to invest in and reimagine healthcare to ensure that telemedicine and other digital health technologies are improved and adapted to emerging regulations and ever-changing patient demand.

The evolving digital health landscape will continue gaining support and momentum to empower citizens and build a healthier society through the greater use of digital products in the sector. Presentations and discussion sessions at the summit will showcase digital tools that are innovating service design, supporting integration, improving population health management and reducing health inequalities.

Sponsors

Tickets

Book now to benefit from our early bird rate of €350 +VAT.
Group discounts are also available.

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

A small number of bespoke sponsorship and promotional opportunities are available for this event and the SmartHealth Summit special edition magazine.

If you would like to hear more, please contact:

Wayne Leitch, Head of Sponsorship
[email protected] or +353 86 857 5144

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