To achieve a truly patient-centered healthcare system, it is crucial to develop the roles of hospitals, primary care, and municipal healthcare.
The conference has a special focus on the development and operation of e-health and has over the past 23 years developed a platform where planners, practitioners and clinicians meet over 2 days to learn about the latest developments in the e-health environment, nationally and internationally.
In this webinar we discover together how the Swedish transformation project can help us improve our healthcare system.
The largest eHealth event in Scandinavia. Vitalis is a meeting point for everyone working strategically or operatively with business development and eHealth issues within healthcare and welfare. Visitors are from municipalities and county councils as well as from authorities and the private sector.
The conference is aimed at everyone who deals with public digitalisation; municipalities, regions, state and public institutions, educational institutions, suppliers and consultancy houses. Come and be inspired and strengthen your network.
Den 23e november möts vi i 7A Posthusets fina lokaler på Vasagatan 28 i Stockholm, för att följa upp spåret Egenmonitorering från Vitalis 2022 och få ökad kunskap som stöd för det framtida införandet.
In conversation with Hylke and Marijn, we ask what follow-up steps are needed to accelerate digital care and how this can be implemented.
Vitalis är Nordens ledande e-hälsomöte. Här möts representanter ifrån kommun, regioner, privata vårdgivare, myndigheter, akademi och industri för kompetensutveckling, erfarenhetsutbyte och inspiration.
The digital transformation to sustainable and future-proof care and a healthy society is extensive. How can we work together and safeguard the transformation?
How the MDR affects the digitization of healthcare, and what the new regulations mean for both manufacturers and clients.
The pressure on healthcare is increasing at the same time as costs are rising. Through digitization and automation, defunct bank offices have been replaced by customers doing much of the work themselves today, which also contributes to a better satisfaction rate.