Volume 5 / Issue 1 / 2010 - HITM News

Telehealth 2010

Leading Trade Show for E-Health with Conference

TeleHealth, part of the CeBIT line-up, once again confirmed its status as the leading international trade show for eHealth solutions. This year's TeleHealth was again dedicated to communicating the value of IT in day-to-day healthcare delivery, demonstrating how this technology can help doctors provide more effective treatment and generally benefit patients - now and in the future.

 

The German Federal Minister of Health, Dr. Philipp Rösler, was the official patron of TeleHealth officially open on 2 March.

 

TeleHealth is based on the classic concept of conference, exhibition and networking and provides an ideal platform for a broad range of solutions - from telemedicine to healthcare management.

 

The keynote themes of 2010 - prevention, infrastructure, telemonitoring and homecare/ AAL - covered a broad spectrum of topics dealt with in both the conference programme and the exhibition.

 

Ó Regarding telemedicine, the programme covered telemonitoring, telediagnostics, teleconsultation, teleconferencing, teletherapy, telerehabilitation, telecare, and mobile health.

Ó Healthcare management issues included data/information management, process management, security management, online solutions, knowledge management, interoperability and RFID.

Ó e-health topics included e-health cards, e-patient records and e-doctor passes.

Ó Another main feature of the congress was FutureCare, an information-gathering event for healthcare professionals and policy makers, organised for TeleHealth 2010 by ICT industry association Bitkom. Entitled “e-health comes of age” visitors were invited to take a tour of modern healthcare provision and discover how ICT is built into every stage of the healthcare delivery process (in the doctor's surgery, in hospital, in the home, etc.).

 

The aim of FutureCare was to foster greater acceptance of the intelligent use of ICT in the healthcare sector. It also addressed the keynote themes of the congress: prevention, infrastructure, telemonitoring and homecare/ALL.

 

For more information, visit: www.cebit.de/telehealth_eLeading Trade Show for E-Health with Conference

TeleHealth, part of the CeBIT line-up, once again confirmed its status as the leading international trade show for eHealth solutions. This year's TeleHealth was again dedicated to communicating the value of IT in day-to-day healthcare delivery, demonstrating how this technology can help doctors provide more effective treatment and generally benefit patients - now and in the future.

 

The German Federal Minister of Health, Dr. Philipp Rösler, was the official patron of TeleHealth officially open on 2 March.

 

TeleHealth is based on the classic concept of conference, exhibition and networking and provides an ideal platform for a broad range of solutions - from telemedicine to healthcare management.

 

The keynote themes of 2010 - prevention, infrastructure, telemonitoring and homecare/ AAL - covered a broad spectrum of topics dealt with in both the conference programme and the exhibition.

 

Ó Regarding telemedicine, the programme covered telemonitoring, telediagnostics, teleconsultation, teleconferencing, teletherapy, telerehabilitation, telecare, and mobile health.

Ó Healthcare management issues included data/information management, process management, security management, online solutions, knowledge management, interoperability and RFID.

Ó e-health topics included e-health cards, e-patient records and e-doctor passes.

Ó Another main feature of the congress was FutureCare, an information-gathering event for healthcare professionals and policy makers, organised for TeleHealth 2010 by ICT industry association Bitkom. Entitled “e-health comes of age” visitors were invited to take a tour of modern healthcare provision and discover how ICT is built into every stage of the healthcare delivery process (in the doctor's surgery, in hospital, in the home, etc.).

 

The aim of FutureCare was to foster greater acceptance of the intelligent use of ICT in the healthcare sector. It also addressed the keynote themes of the congress: prevention, infrastructure, telemonitoring and homecare/ALL.

 

For more information, visit: www.cebit.de/telehealth_e


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