Scholars World Heart Summit

November 18-19, 2019 | Japan

Heart Congress aims to advance continuous medical education and encourage a nourishing exchange of facts and ideas about a healthy heart and ways to keep it healthy throughout the lifetime. This will be the best chance to impact the biggest convention of members from the Cardiology department.

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Unique opportunity to find out where health IT can unexpectedly contribute to patient harm. Did you know? Poorly designed or implemented health IT can contribute to patient harm. Health IT-related patient safety events can go undetected. As health IT adoption becomes more widespread, the potential for health IT-related patient harm may increase


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Capcon is designed to connect healthcare company CEOs with investors.

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April 26-27, 2022 | USA

Digital Health’s deployment has been as fast as it has wide. Overnight it has become the central focus for hospitals, health plans and emerging market disruptors across the nation. The result? Workflows are more complicated than ever.

Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit 2022

June 8, 2022 | USA

The Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit will unite a cross-section of national venture capitalists, healthcare/medical IT business providers, hospital administrators, insurers, health plans, risk managers, physicians, private equity investors, corporate business development executives, government and public policy experts, C-level executives of start-ups, IT and marketing professionals, pharma marketing professionals (with an interest in online and mobile consumer engagement), biopharmaceutical clinical technology, and operations executives. Register today!

EIT Health Summit

May 24-25, 2022 | Sweden

If you decide to join us in real life, you willexperience Stockholm, Sweden and the Karolinska Institutet, which is among the top 10 medical universities in Europe.

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Unique opportunity to find out where health IT can unexpectedly contribute to patient harm. Did you know? Poorly designed or implemented health IT can contribute to patient harm. Health IT-related patient safety events can go undetected. As health IT adoption becomes more widespread, the potential for health IT-related patient harm may increase

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