PCHA Connected Health Conference in Washington–book soon!

11-14 December, Gaylord National, National Harbor MD (Washington DC area)

Hosted by the Personal Connected Health Alliance, the Connected Health Conference was renamed in 2015 to reflect an increasingly consumer-centered, technology-enabled and collaborative approach to improving health, and builds on the success of the mHealth Summit. There are three days of programming with over 300 speakers, four tracks, a new and innovative exhibit floor, and specialty events. Each component — from keynotes, panel discussions, interactive sessions, roundtables and the dynamic exhibit floor — focuses on new research and actionable knowledge such as best practices, lessons learned and conclusive case studies.

  • Pre-conference sessions providing a deep dive into key topics
  • Four content tracks bringing diverse perspectives, sparking meaningful discussion and advancing new solutions around key issues such as behavior change, real time intervention, design, collaboration, data science, disparities, policy, interoperability, ethics, privacy and security, and more
  • Numerous opportunities for networking

Co-located at the Conference is the Global Digital Health Forum, which addresses digital health in low- and middle-income countries.

Click on the advert in the right hand sidebar or the link above to learn more. When you register, use code TELE100 for $100 off registration. TTA is a media partner of the PCHA Connected Health Conference.

Put them on the calendar: autumn/winter UK health tech events

[grow_thumb image=”http://telecareaware.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/calendar.png” thumb_width=”150″ /]September means that we come back from our holidays. Those smartphone calendars come out and the gaps are filled for the last part of the year into 2017 (gasp!) Here’s our (now separate) starter list for UK.

The RSM’s Telemedicine and e-Health Section (which is chaired by our own Contributing Editor Charles Lowe, who will be updating them as usual)…Event listings here and surely more to come (All at the RSM)

Point of care testing: disruptive innovation – is the NHS ready for it yet?   22 November

Recent developments in digital health   28 Feb 2017

The King’s Fund’s upcoming meetings involving healthcare technology (All at The King’s Fund)

Designing digital services around users’ needs   6 Oct 2016
Learning from clinician and patient-centred service design

Integrated Care Summit 2016   11 Oct 2016
Improving local population health and delivering accountable care (more…)