A unique opportunity to share new ways YOUR hospital, practice, health service or company is using digital health to advance cardiovascular medicine and patient care.
Participate in the first ever ESC Digital Health Call for Technology, for the chance to present your innovations, your technology or your products at ESC Congress 2018 in front of an audience of relevant professionals.
A dedicated Digital Health Area will feature a stage setting surrounded by Industry booths and meeting facilities, providing opportunities to exchange on latest digital health related innovations and research.
All proposals will be reviewed by the ESC's Digital Health Committee. Proposals of particular interest will be:
The Technologies & solutions should be either on the market or “ready for market”. Examples of technologies/approaches that can be illustrated with practical user cases, and ideally have outcome studies rather than just user numbers/satisfaction data, will be prioritised.
Monday 11 June 2018, 23:59 (CEST - Central European Summer Time).
No late submission will be accepted.
Review the submission rules
Digital Health technologies and solution presented at previous ESC events
Findings from a five year study with Heart Failure patients which highlights that clinicians today need evidence and not just a philosophical change when looking to integrate Digital Health. Martin Cowie, Imperial College London - United Kingdom
Fighting long-term conditions: Patient-centred solutions using self-care platforms and technology, in collaboration with patient associations, care providers and health insurance companies. Arthur Eyck, Selfcare Supported - The Netherlands
Integrating data across a national system to empower patients, optimise face to face appointments and harness patient data. Deborah Wake - Clinical Lead for MyDiabetesMyWay, NHS Tayside – Scotland
How IBM Watson Health is utilising Big Data to support healthcare professionals and give doctors more quality time with their patients. Kyu Rhee IBM Watson Health – US
Smartphones can be used to detect atrial fibrillation with existing hardware. A low-cost app has been developed that uses the phone&'s own accelerometer and gyroscope to check for atrial fibrillation.
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