PAIRS, February 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Under the high patronage of the European Commission, French Ministry for Health and Sports and French Ministryof Ecology and Sustainable Development, UBM Medica launches the first edition of the HEALTH EXECUTIVE SUMMIT. The conference will take place from 19th to 21st May in Paris (VIPARIS-PORTE DE VERSAILLES). A unique networking
HES: The first international Conference in the healthcare sector! From 19th to 21st May - VIPARIS Porte de Versailles - pavilion 1
Chronic Disease Management, e-Health, Sustainable Development
This international conference aims to provide solutions to current health challenges facing European health systems on the following themes: Chronic Disease Management, eHealth and Sustainable Development.
Chronic Disease Management (19 May 2010)
Chronic or long term conditions can represent up to 70% of a nation's total health expenditure. With aging populations and an increasing number of chronic patients, European health systems are embracing chronic care and population health management as promising opportunities to improve clinical and financial outcomes.
Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, Minister of Health and Sports in France, will preside a Ministerial Roundtable on "Preparing health systems for the future: Integrating chronic disease management and population health management in national reforms".
eHealth (20 May 2010)
While healthcare expenditures increase every year, eHealth represents one hope to improve at the same time clinical and financial outcomes. This Summit focuses on the use of ICTs and mobile technologies to integrate care and implement collaborative patient-centred care.
Sustainable Development (21 May 2010)
Health establishments are important consumers of resources and major producers of wastes. From vision to performance measurement, this Summit builds a business case, explores successful initiatives in sustainable development and provides a platform for sharing visions for the sustainable health systems of the future.
The HES is promoting world innovation pioneers:
Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, Minister of Health and Sports, France
Dr Rafael Bengoa, Regional Minister for Health, Basque Government, Spain Adam Darkins, Chief Consultant for Care Coordination, Department of Veterans Affairs, USA Martin Denz, President, European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL); President, Swiss Association for Telemedicine and eHealth, Switzerland Michel Gagneux, President, ASIP Sante, France Kathy Gerwig, Vice President, Workplace Safety and Environmental Stewardship Officer, Kaiser Permanente, USA Anders Olauson, President, European Patients Forum, Sweden Dr Friedrich Koehler, Medical Director, Charite University Hospital, Germany Dr David Pencheon, Director, NHS Sustainable Development Unit, United Kingdom Alberto Sanna, Director, eServices for Life and Health, Fondazione Centro San Raffaele, Italy Prof Reinout van Schilfgaarde, President, Netherlands Diabetes Association, President, Lung Alliance of the Netherlands, The Netherlands
HES is collocated to HOPITAL EXPO-INTERMEDICA and HIT Paris 2010
Collocated with HOPITAL EXPO - INTERMEDICA and Hit Paris, Summit participants gain access to one of the biggest hospital and healthcare tradeshows in Europe:
- Over 26,000 visitors - 750 exhibitors - 21,000 sqm of exhibition space - Representation from the full spectrum of hospital and healthcare professionals - New dedicated zones for Chronic Disease Management and eHealth
About PG Promotion
PG Promotion, a UBM Medica company, is the organiser of major tradeshows and conferences for healthcare leaders and professionals, including HOPITAL EXPO-INTERMEDICA and GERONT EXPO-HANDICAP EXPO. PG Promotion has been specialising in healthcare for over 30 years, developing a unique knowledge of the hospital world through organising events, publishing directories, providing marketing expert advice and producing targeted direct marketing campaigns.
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