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Dubai, UAE, United Arab Emirates, 2010/08/03 - Digital Hospital Europe, taking place on the 29th and 30th of November, 2010, in Vienna, Austria, is a unique event that will discuss the developments and implementation of healthcare information technology.
The one word that most aptly defines the future of healthcare is ‘digital’. Hospitals across Europe are undergoing revolutionary transformations in the way they operate, making this the most opportune time for Fleming Gulf to organize its next healthcare conference, “Digital Hospital Europe”.
Digital Hospital Europe, taking place in Vienna, Austria, on the 29th and 30th of November, 2010, will be a unique event providing leading CEOs and CIOs form top healthcare organizations with the platform needed to solve their key business challenges.
With healthcare costs continuing to rise and more and more operations becoming reliant on self-sufficient IT Programs, there has never been a more critical time for healthcare providers to employ IT that will lower costs, improve efficiency, and enhance patient care.
This would mean replacing expensive, hard-to-share and easily lost film (X-rays, for example) with digital images, and moving from scribbled notes and paperwork to networked software that accurately registers and quickly transmits patient records.
With a few simple clicks, doctors and nurses will have immediate access to high-resolution digital images, laboratory results and medication histories. If doctors can access health records instantaneously and make more informed decisions about diagnoses and treatment, it will save time, money and, most importantly, lives.
This is the future of healthcare! For years health care has missed out on the huge benefits that information technology has bestowed upon the rest of the economy; but this is rapidly changing, and to aid in this change, the organizers of Digital Hospital Europe have put together a highly informative and beneficial program, featuring topics of discussion like Tele-Health, E-prescribing, Electronic tracking and tracing, and much more.
There will be participation from Medical Directors, Hospital Directors, Chief Information Officers, Chief Innovation Officers, Chief Technology Officers, IT Project Managers, Chief Medical Officers, Heads of Business Information Systems, Heads of Medical Purchasing, Heads of Clinical Systems, and IT Directory worldwide, making this a great opportunity for all the major players in IT not only to network with highly relevant and targeted professionals, but also to learn a great deal about the increasingly bright future of healthcare.