The programme for the eHealth Summer University is designed to be your SatNav for eHealth, 2 days for a total immersion into connected health through round tables, workshops and conferences for you to listen to and exchange with prestigious and influentual speakers of the sector. A unique opportunity for businesses to present their strategy and their offering thanks to targeted original formats.
Convinced that new technologies can also contribute to improving the health of our animals, the Summer School of Health made for 3 years, the beautiful part to animal health and organize a day entirely dedicated to the contribution of digital and new technologies in the animal world.
Every year, the eHealth Awards are a showcase for digital health innovations whether for the hospital environment or to improve prevention, patient monitoring, the efficiency of the healthcare system, or to facilitate the deployment and integration of new technologies in the world of healthcare and caregiving. Over 150 candidates took part in 2018!
A friendly space for personal interaction, breaking with the format of traditional conference stands, Disrupt eHealth is a veritable springboard for the development of fledgling startups.
To facilitate contacts between all of these players, the eHealth Summer University has created “eHealth Connection”, a space for one-on-one meetings to attract and convince industrial stakeholders, healthcare professionals, funders and investors,… and to build partnerships.
Written into the DNA of the eHealth Summer University, international partnerships continue to grow exponentially over the years, both in Europe (the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research, the HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland from Geneva and Valais-Wallis) and internationally, including Quebec University Hospital, the University of California, Irvine, Stanford Health Care, and large international agencies and foundations such as UNFPA (the United Nations Population Fund) and the Millennia 2025 Women & Innovation Foundation.
In France, the eHealth Summer University has established strong links with major competitiveness clusters, Regional Healthcare Agencies (ARS), prestigious healthcare establishments and major public agencies responsible for the digital and healthcare sectors (ASIP Santé – the French Shared Healthcare Information Systems Agency, …).
Most of the programme events are filmed, edited and published after the conference on our dedicated webTV platform. Videos published are announced through our newsletter (8 000 qualified contacts) and our Twitter account (10 000 Twitter followers). Your message will be announced and visible throughout the year to the entire eHealth community.
ISIS, the School of Engineering for Information Technology and Information Systems for Healthcare, is a historical partner of the eHealth Summer University and provides attendees for over two days its reception facilities, its Living Lab and its know-how, focusing on its core missions of education, research and innovation.