Digital Health Middle East 2020, held at the Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa on the 24th of February reveals partners and experts to speak at the event and highlight new approaches to healthcare is set to reform the industry with preventive information and new care solutions.
Partners on board include PwC, Iqvia, Evoteq, du, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, PTC, Cigna, Anker Innovations, Haltian, Thuraya, Business Finland and Business Sweden.
Blending Nordic experience with local excellence, experts at the conference hail from Finland, Sweden, Norway and GCC. Experts include Dr. Sven Korner, NLP/AI/Deep Learning Researcher from Germany, Anni Iso-Mustajarvi, Head of Business Development at Mehilainen from Finland, Live Bøe Johannessen from the Norwegian Directorate of Health, Magnus Clarin, Dean – School of Information Science at Halmstad University in Sweden and Ben Furneaux, Global Head of Affordability at Cigna.
Regional speakers include Amit Sadana, General Manager & SVP AMESA at IQVIA, Atif Albraiki, CEO at Malaffi, Lina H Shahid, Healthcare Practice Lead at PwC, Dr. Osama El Hassan, Head of eHealth at Dubai Health Authority, Nadine de Clercq, Rehabilitation Lead at Amana Healthcare and Haytham El Sahat, surgical oncologist and Medical director at Mediclinic.
The event will address intelligent design, pioneering technologies, advance clinical services and personalised care to improve outcomes, reduce costs with a focus on prevention while using information and technology to drive integration across the healthcare ecosystem.
“The events has been held in Scandinavia over the past 5 years and gathers for the first time in Dubai to blend key learnings from the Scandinavia sharing their experience in using digital to improve quality of care, patient journeys and population health,” said Johan Ehrstrom, CEO of Digital Health Middle East 2020.
“We are delighted to feature experts highlighting how exponential technologies will increase access, improve how care will be delivered with the highest levels of safety and patient experience with the lowest cost in the future,” said Johan Ehrstrom, CEO of Digital Health Middle East 2020.
The event gathers 250+ peers from across the ecosystem, and 20+ speakers for a dialogue, vital insights and networking as this C-level hub facilitates knowledge exchange and game-changing strategies. Digital Health Middle East brings C-level attendees including executives and CXO’s, governmental department heads, hospital leaders, nurse leaders, regulators, technologists, futurists and entrepreneurs.
Private sector participants can register on www.digital-health.me for USD 795 including materials, case examples, food & beverage and valet. Public sector attendees can register for USD 495.