The EHMA 2017 Annual Conference, titled “Health Futures”, was a gathering of healthcare managers, professionals, researchers and educators, held from 13th-15th June at the prestigious Bocconi University in Milan, Italy.
With more than 250 delegates representing numerous countries across Europe and beyond, it was a fruitful three days that gave attendees many opportunities to learn from others in the field of health management and network with representatives of various organisations. A total of 29 Parallel Sessions, 10 Bocconi Management Sessions and 3 Keynote Speeches were organised to allow delegates to be exposed to cutting-edge research and recent findings in fields that included, among others, primary health, health workforce and integrated care.
Highlights from the Plenary Sessions
At this year’s EHMA Annual Conference, we had the pleasure of hosting three high-level Keynote Speakers: namely, Dr. Josep Figueras, Director of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and Head of the WHO Centre on Health Policy in Brussels; Sir David Sloman, Chief Executive of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust; and Dr. Korstiaan van Wyngaarden, Medical Officer Digital Health at Philips.
The speakers presented those at the Conference with thought-provoking speeches that addressed core aspects of the future of European healthcare, including big data, patient empowerment, artificial intelligence and value-based healthcare.
We are pleased to share with you the video extracts with the highlights of their Keynotes:
Check out the EHMA 2017 Presentations list and click on the available links to download them.
The EHMA 2017 Abstract Book is now available. Please click here to download a copy.
Download here the digital version of the full conference programme
Have a look at the official album of our Annual Conference! Check the best shots from the registration desk, parallel sessions and especially from the Gala Dinner held at the stunning Fortezza Viscontea!
#EHMA2017: Social media and more
With the successful launch of the Conference App, the EHMA 2017 Annual Conference was undoubtedly the most “connected” it has ever been with plenty of activity over twitter under#EHMA2017 that highlighted intriguing conversations on health futures.
With more than 450 tweets in three days, a massive audience was reached on social media. In addition to that, around 300 visualisations for our live streamed videos of the Plenary Sessions were just some of the incredible numbers reached.
To relive the experience, have a look at our EHMA 2017 Social Media Storify and check out the key interactions and highlights from Milan.