Digital medicine stands to dramatically change healthcare. This conference will give you a comprehensive overview of digital health in Ireland right now, and the exciting new solutions in the pipeline - It's a day devoted to understanding the role of digital medicine in the future of healthcare.
We have an incredible line up of speakers who will cover topics such as digital medicine's role in behavior change, wearable sensor technologies, and the potential role of Artificial Intelligence.
This conference is open to anyone with an interest in the role of technology in medicine and the likely changes that technology will bring about.
"We hope you can join us on 6 December at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland in Dublin for an exciting opportunity to explore the world of digital medicine through the lens of some of the world’s leading experts in the field."
Dr Paddy Barrett
Consultant Cardiologist and session chair at our Digital Health Conference
We are delighted to bring together some of Ireland's leading digital health experts to discuss the growing potential for digital health to transform healthcare.
We will also be welcoming our international guest speaker Professor Art Papier, Associate Professor in Dermatology and Medical Informatics at the University of Rochester, New York, and co-founder and CEO of VisualDx, an award-winning diagnostic clinical decision support system designed to enhance diagnostic accuracy, aid therapeutic decisions, and improve patient safety. He will be delivering a talk on Augmented Intelligence and Clinical Decision Support.
Other speakers on the day will include:
"The world is changing rapidly and healthcare is struggling to keep up. Many emerging technologies are supposedly set to revolutionise healthcare. This utopian future, which puts forward technology as our saviour, feels very far away from the current front line reality. How can we use a system design approach to improve healthcare?"
Dr Alice Kirby
Healthcare Strategy Consultant and speaker at our Digital Health Conference
All those with an interest in digital health, including members of the public, are welcome to attend.