EHMA teams up with Giant Health Event

EHMA is happy to announce its partnership with Giant Health Event, taking place in London, 21-22 November 2018.

The GIANT Health Event returns to London for its third year, rapidly becoming Europe’s leading event for everyone working in healthcare innovation. The event showcases new technologies, and connects people across the healthcare ecosystem, helping to share and support new ideas.

Across two days, this year’s event will bring industry leaders to talk about four major themes:

  1. Prevention, detection and diagnosis
  2. Managing chronic conditions
  3. Personalised interventions
  4. And a segment on Women’s Health

Featuring a ‘Robots in healthcare’ pavilion, the technology focus areas will also dive into Artificial Intelligence, Immersive Technology, Blockchain in Healthcare, and Wearables. And there will be dedicated conference tracks for Hospital CCIOs as well as on Nutrition Tech. And discussWhat every CIO and CCIO needs to know now. Andy Kinnear will be chairing the session on this topic on 21 November:–ccio-need-to-know-now 

A special promotional code is available for our network: EHMA. Find out more and get your discounted tickets:

And if you have a special interest in AI, please check the Giant breakfast meeting ‘AI in Healthcare – what’s the real impact?’
22 November 08:00 | GIANT Health Event

Join experts in Artificial Intelligence for a breakfast meeting at the GIANT Health Event, and discuss the opportunities for AI in healthcare.

If we could harness the full breadth and depth of healthcare data, how might we improve diagnosis and develop new treatments for chronic conditions? What are the ethical challenges surrounding the use of data? What conditions are needed to bring the full impact of AI into healthcare?

As we move into the age of AI and machine learning, we need answers to these and other questions.

Led by Dr Neha Tanna, Search and Evaluation, European Innovation Hub, MSD and Chief Medical Officer, Innersight Labs.

Be part of the conversation.


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