Cristina De Juan, PhD
Founder & CEO at IMT Innovation
04 December to 04 December 2017
We are delighted to announce the launch of the IMT Academy for digital health in Delhi, India on the 4th December of 2017 in partnership with the International Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR-Delhi) in Delhi and the Mahatma Gandhi University in Jaipur.
India has seen a rapid increase in the adoption of digital health tools, starting from government initiatives in EHRs and the existence of more than 800 digital health companies. During this training, we will be discussing the digital health landscape, and the health IT initiatives in India. We will also have digital health startup demos!
You will learn about the tools and technologies in use and emerging in digital health and entrepreneurship. The topics we will cover include health IT, population management, artificial intelligence, machine learning, virtual and augmented reality and 3D printing.
This course is designed for professionals and students working in healthcare who want to learn about the cutting-edge technologies transforming healthcare, and for professionals thinking of developing a new careers path.
Join us to learn, advance your career and network with the organizations and entrepreneurs driving digital health in India.
Intensive 6-hour course.
Designed for professionals or students working in healthcare, no prior digital health experience required.
Launching the IMT Academy in India in collaboration with the IIHMR-Delhi. The event will take on the 4th of December 2017 between 10.00 am to 2.15 pm.
Founder & CEO at IMT Innovation
Cristina is the founder and CEO of IMT, a marketplace for digital health, and the largest digital health network in UK. Prior to this, Cristina set up a government-based precision medicine innovation centre, and 2 medtech startups. Cristina used to run clinical trials for pharma, and holds a PhD in Genetics. Cristina is a council member of the Royal Society of Medicine and a faculty member of Barts X Medicine. She was recently been named one of the 100 most-influential leaders in healthtech in the world.View profile
We have an agenda packed with lectures, workshops and startup demos!
|10.00 am||Welcome & Introductions|
|10.15 am||The Digital Health Landscape|
|10.40 am||Landscape of Health IT in India|
|11.00 am||Startup Demo - Doxper|
|11.15 am||BREAK & NETWORKING|
|11.45 am||Telemedicine / AI / ML|
|12.15 pm||Startup Demo - Doc24x7|
|12.50 pm||BREAK & NETWORKING|
|1.30 pm||VR / AR / Blockchain|
|2.00 pm||Startup Demo - Innovatiocuris|
We have a number of tickets to suit your individual needs.
|Early Bird||1450||Full day pass booked before 1st December 2017|
|Student & StartUps||990
||Full day pass for students in full-time or part-time education|
||Full day pass booked after 1st December 2017|
Modules to be covered in this Training Course will be:
Understand the definition, background and current ecosystem of digital health and emerging trends in the industry.
Discover the initiatives going on in India.
Learn about the role of VR, AR and telemedicine in the clinical setting and how it is being used in clinical practice.
Discover the tools that are redefining how we prevent, predict, diagnose and treat disease, the legal and regulatory implications of the technology and its impact on global business models.
In India, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare had notified the Standards for EHR in August 2013, and the second revised version was notified in December 2016 (4). These guidelines provides a set of recommendations relevant to adoption of electronic health informatics standards in EHR/EMR and other similar clinical information systems. The scope is limited to identifying the standards, their intended purposes in such systems, followed by a short guideline for implementation approach. With the adoption of these standards properly,the data capture, storage, view, presentation, and transmission will be standardized to levels that will achieve interoperability of both meaning and data contained in the records. .While earlier hopes were not fulfilled (5-10), now, with Digital India becoming a reality and the National Digital Authority to be set up as an action item included in the National Health Policy - 2017 (11), the importance of Standards in Health Informatics are being recognized gradually. The industry (12) is also looking forward to the establishment of the NDHA, as proposed in the NHP-2017. - from: http://supten.blogspot.in/