9th July 2019
Digitalisation to improve hospitals and homecare
EIT Health Campus still has places left in two of its Short Courses, so enrollment has been extended for a course on using digitalisation to transform hospital operations and another on using digititalisation to empower patients with homecare.
The Digital Hospital Transformation Short Course has extended registration until 5 August and the Short Course on Digitising home-based health care (DHBHC) has extended registration until 11 August.
The Digital Hospital Transformation Short Course (SHiFT) investigates trends in digital health technologies, for the benefit of hospital executives, professionals and students. It will be held in Budapest, Hungary, from 29 August-1 September. Participants learn how to improve operations in hospital departments by scaling and designing digitalization efforts. The course educates current and future healthcare decision makers on technology trends, cloud solutions, and the opportunities for optimization, including clinical decision support systems and applied machine learning through the following channels:
- Technology education sessions
- Pitches on successful digitization projects & lessons learned (held by hospital representatives and industry experts)
- Case studies – organizing partners provide live cases the participants can elaborate
The Short Course on Digitising home-based health care – empowering patients for self-management of health (DHBHC) aims to provide students with a solid understanding of innovation in home-based health, care with four main approaches: Topic area knowledge, solution based skills, case studies and developing innovative solutions. The course runs from 28-31 August 2017 in Munich.Students will gain a clear understanding of the current state of the art in home-based health care and digital technologies, as well as the problems facing this area. This will foster their understanding of the specificities and requirements in the healthcare market.
Click on the links above to register.
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