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- International Digital Health Symposium
27 February 2019, India
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India along with World Health Organization and George Institute for Global Health are organizing the International Digital Health Symposium and Exhibition on 27 February 2019 at New Delhi India. The symposium will follow the Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) summit scheduled on 25-26 February, 2019, at New Delhi India and will allow wide engagement with innovators, clinical leaders, academia, researchers, healthcare establishments, government representatives, international and national technical experts, entrepreneurs and the research community.
- Phar-East 2019 (Asia’s Pharma & Biotech Festival)
19 – 20 March 2019, Singapore
Returning in 2019 after a successful 2018 debut, Phar-East will once again bring together experts from Asian pharma & biotechs, big pharma, regulators, payers, technology innovators and more to share their expertise and chart Asia’s path forward. Across 2 days, we’ll be exploring 4 of the most exciting areas of Immunotherapy, Market access, Regulatory affairs, Pharma 4.0, Clinical Trials and Biotech Investment.
- Singapore Healthcare Enterprise Risk Management Congress 2019
(Singapore Healthcare Management 2019)
20-22 August 2019, Singapore
The ninth run of Singapore Healthcare Management, organised by SingHealth will take place from 20 – 22 August 2019 at Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore. At this event, thought leaders from the areas of healthcare management, supply chain management and enterprise risk management will share insights, best practices and new ideas.
- The 17th World Congress of Medical and Health Informatics
26 – 30 August 2019, France
Branded by the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), MedInfo is a worldwide key event in digital health that gathers scientists, physicians, teachers, students, companies, institutions, and decision-makers. Held in Lyon, also called the “French Tech metropolis”, the city is located in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, which also happens to be a major player in health technologies.
- Revolutionizing Healthcare with IT
13 – 14 September 2019, India
Revolutionizing Healthcare with IT is the annual national conference and the largest healthcare conference and trade show in India organized by Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation.
- 2019 TMU-MIT Healthcare Datathon
27 – 29 September 2019, Taiwan (China)
Aim to the further innovation in Risk Prediction, Disease Progression Prediction, Prognosis Prediction and Mortality Prediction to improving healthcare, this datathon brings together students, clinicians, data scientists and innovators to share ideas and bring theory into practice.
The 3-day event allows participants to immediately apply concepts to actual projects, and work in teams to develop rapid prototypes and solve real problems. These projects may then be continued as research project or startup company.
- SNOMED CT Expo 2019
31 October – 1 November 2019, Malaysia
SNOMED CT Expo 2019 brings together government officials, health IT professionals, health practitioners, researchers, academics and vendors from around the world, united to further health improvements resulting from clinical terminology. A program of lectures and tutorial sessions will enable participants to learn about the global language of healthcare and its recent developments.
- 2nd Annual Facial Recognition Summit
20 – 21 November 2019, Hong Kong
Facial recognition technology is riding high on a new wave of popularity. The contactless modality has long been an important focus for government operations, but suffered the stigma born of consumer unfamiliarity, a lack of industry standardization, and high profile surveillance deployments. However, there has been a paradigm shift, largely due to the consumer boom in face biometrics spurred by the likes of Apple and its much-lauded Face ID authentication. People are more comfortable with facial recognition than ever before, and continues to be the preferred biometric benchmark.