Digital Health Technology
Digital Health will be the major driver of healthcare in the future – and this includes the medical technology industry. Healthcare is transitioning at the moment, with digital products requiring a rethink of innovation processes and business models. One major issue is the increasing patient centricity of the entire value-added chain.
Convinced of its pivotal role, we chose to focus on this topic and have made it the central theme of Swiss Medtech Day this year. The event is designed to highlight and understand the key role of medical technology in the digitalisation of healthcare.
- Regular ticket [CHF 480]
- Reduced fee for Swiss Medtech Members [CHF 320]
- Reduced fee for Start-ups & Academia [CHF 180]
- Virtual participation (match-making only) [CHF 70]
Your table at our event includes exhibition space, 2 standard entry tickets as well as a virtual exhibition profile. Prices are as follows:
- Regular price [CHF 2’200]
- Reduced price for Swiss Medtech Members [CHF 1’800]
Morning Session: 10.35 – 11.35 h | Lunch Session: 12.35 – 14.05 h | Afternoon Session: 16.30 – 18.00 h
Onsite participants will have the opportunity to schedule 15 minute meetings with other participants during the event. A dedicated matchmaking room will provide the necessary privacy to hold beneficial meetings.
9 September, 08.00 h – 15 September, 17.00 h
Virtual participants, as well as all other participants have the opportunity to schedule virtual meetings with other participants for a one week period after the event. This allows you to deepen connections. Other than the onsite meetings, the duration of longterm matchmaking meetings can be set by the participants.
More information on how to join onsite or longterm matchmaking -> https://registration.swissmedtechday.ch/page-4451
→ To see the full programme click here.
Guest Country Finland
Finland is home to one of the strongest health tech economies in the world. The public and private sectors work together for innovation and digitalization in health care. Patient data is nearly 100 % in electronic format, which facilitates the use of modern tools for citizens and professionals. In addition, Finland’s data pools offer a uniquely accessible environment for research and the friendly legislation allows innovation.
Learn about Finland’s health care system in the plenary country presentation and deepen your knowhow in the subsequent Deep Dive Session.
Opening Key Note: Dr Joël Luc Cachelin
Dr Joël Luc Cachelin (1981) has written studies on the digital future of healthcare; for example on digitalisation in psychiatry or on how billion-dollar startups are influencing the future of medicine. He has fulfilled mandates for swissmedic, Health Promotion Switzerland, Children’s Hospital Zurich and the psychiatric hospitals of Bern and Baselland, among others. Wissensfabrik
Registration and more information
Please register by 6.9.2021.
Contact person in Finland:
Ms. Kirsi Armanto
Enterprise Europe Network, Business Finland
kirsi.armanto (at) businessfinland.fi