The Diplomatic Council partner organization International Society for Tele-Medicine and eHealth (ISfTeH) informs about the DigiHealthDay 2020. The ISfTeH is in official relationship with the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and also a partner of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT) organizing the DigiHealthDay 2020.
COVID-19 is forcing many things to go Digital. Also some of the DigiHealthDay 2020 activities are now going digital. The series of DigiHealthDay 2020 Pre-Meeting workshops scheduled until June, have been converted to a virtual workshop (webinar) series.
The webinar series includes
- Clinical Decision Support Systems,
- Ethical Benchmarks for Digital Health,
- Data Integration and Interoperability, and
- Innovate faster with Amazon Web Services (AWS) - The Cloud Fundamentals.
The webinar on Ethical Benchmarks for Digital Health, lead by one of the world's forefront experts and ISfTeH member, Dr. Malcolm Fisk, will give an insight into Key Ethical Benchmarks for Digital Healthcare and The Role of Standards in Underpinning Digital Healthcare.
The Data Integration and Interoperability webinar includes Data Integration and Data Sharing, Syntactic interoperability, HL7 FHIR, DICOM, and IHE. All these hot topics related to health data would be explored in this three-day program.
All you wanted to know to start working with Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world's most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform is packed into this full-day exclusive webinar titled "Innovate faster with Amazon Web Services (AWS) - The Cloud Fundementals".
Further Information and Steps
More information on the above webinars is available here.
While we will continue watching the development of the pandemic closely, to adjust our plans as necessary, the final meeting - the DigiHealthDay-2020 on November 13, 2020, is still planned as before. REGISTRATION and SUBMISSION also remain relevant, as you need to register in order to attend the pre-meeting webinars, and we will still be publishing the scientific contributions of the symposium.
In case of any subsequent changes (e.g. a possible conversion of the DigiHealthDay to a fully virtual event), all registered attendees will be promptly informed, and NO PARTICIPATION FEE will be applicable in that case.