re: eHealth 2003 - How to Implement Your eHealth Strategy - first
ever summit 16-17 October, London Olympia www.eHealth2003.org
We are pleased to announce eHealth 2003, the third annual conference
and exhibition of the International eHealth Association this year at
London Olympia. This event will be the first ever international
Summit of Implementing eHealth Strategy at a national, Local and
Hospital level. Learn how the approach in the UK compares with how
things are done in other countries. What are the successes and
lessons learned from others implementing eHealth Plans?
Dr. Pascoal Mocumbi prime minister of Mozambique and Dr. Gill Morgan
will headline this event along with Richard Granger. Dr. Pascoal
Mocumbi, Prime Minister of Mozambique is known throughout the world
for his innovative approach and vision with respect to using
technology in Healthcare to improve quality of care. Other
Dignitaries, Ministries of Health and Experts will be meeting to
discuss the best approach to implementing an eHealth Strategy in
For the Full Programme and Registration, go to www.ehealth2003.org
You will also hear about:
The NHS Black Box and other key strategies to prevent Medical Error in
your hospital in the UK
Best Practice in eHealth Strategies'
Key Mistakes to avoid in following the NHS Plan or any strategy
implementing technology into healthcare
Healthcare applications of the new machine that can read your mind
Using Virtual Reality and Brain Computer Interfaces
What you need to know right now about the NHS Plan for your hospital
How does the NHS Plan compare with similar plans in Europe, Australia,
Canada, Latin America.......?
How will Grid computing completely change the practice of healthcare
management and clinical care?
What is it that will be replacing the Internet and revolutionize
healthcare in this country?
What are the practical implications of integrating technology into a
How do you engage clinicians in implementing eHealth strategies?
How can eLearning integrate into clinical information systems?
How is eHealth now preventing further outbreaks of SARS and other