From October 15th to 17th, the connected health conference will be held at Sporting Monte-Carlo. For its 6th edition, E-HealthWorld will take stock of the impact of digital technology in the health sector. The event is supported by Prince Albert II and a handful of other partners.

Like Doctors Jean-Marc Bereder and Charles Nahmanovici, the E-HealthWorld Monaco will bring together many experts from many fields. It will include researchers, patients, lawyers, specialists in artificial intelligence and more. An ideal ecosystem for better understanding new connected health technologies and their challenges. Plenary sessions and workshops will punctuate the activity of the conference. In a second time, presentations of medical specialties will complete the program as well as competitions and pitches by start-ups. Partner of the event since its creation in 2015, Technion France will highlight the pool of Israel’s high-tech sector. The DayOne event will also return this year with the theme of inclusive technology.

Digital applications within the hospital in focus

E-HealthWorld plans to raise many questions about digital strategies in hospitals, a hot topic in the health field. This field questions, in particular, the follow-up of the patients after their departure as well as the use of blockchain technology and others. The contributions of the digital sector to humanize the hospital will also be a major concern of the conference. Finally, the role of artificial intelligence will be clearly addressed in the daily lives of doctors and especially oncology. These are all themes that could upset the world of health in the years to come.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.