SOUTH AFRICA – Media OutReach – 20 September 2019 – The healthcare industry has historically been slow in
adopting technology, however, studies show that by embracing emerging
technologies such as AI, EHR, IoMT, augmented reality, wearables and robotics
the industry can reap significant benefits, namely improved patient care, lower
healthcare costs, dosage error reduction, hospital asset tracking and
monitoring, and reducing the need for large numbers of on-site medical
personnel in African healthcare facilities.
For sustainable success and growth
in the healthcare arena, it is critical to embrace technologies that not only
result in a reduction in the overall cost of care, especially in these
economically challenging times, but also keep up with global trends. The 5th annual Healthcare Innovation
Summit Africa aims to tackle the many healthcare challenges that still
exist in Africa, as well as critically assess the ways in which emerging
technology trends can improve healthcare on the continent.
Set to take place on the 08 and 09 October 2019,
at the Gallagher Convention Centre, the fifth edition of the Healthcare
Innovation Summit Africa will
focus on exploring emerging healthcare technology trends and aims to provide
solutions to technology challenges within healthcare. Under the theme “Digital Building Blocks For A Patient
Centred Healthcare System” the summit will host the who’s who of African
healthcare for two days of networking, lively intellectual exchange and
exploration to see what’s new, what’s cutting edge and what will shape the
future of healthcare.
HISA2019 will join the dots between innovation and
practicality, presenting the latest healthcare technologies and showcasing their
practical application and integration into existing healthcare infrastructure.
Confirmed speakers for the summit include:
- Valter Adao – Chief Digital &
Innovation Officer, Deloitte Africa
- Etienne Dreyer – Associate
Director at PwC
- Dr Nomafrench Mbombo – Western
Cape Minister, Department of Health Western Cape
- Dr Mwenya Kasonde – Assistant
Director of Global Health, Ministry of Health Zambia
- Dr Abdi Mohamed – COO Metropolitan
Hospital Nairobi & Co-Founder & CEO Ladnan Hospital, Kenya
- Suren Govender – Group Chief
Digital Officer, Life Healthcare Group
- Dr Herman Myburgh – CEO &
Co-Founder, HearX Group
- Dr Bandile Masuku – Health MEC,
Gauteng Department of Health
- Dr Rajeev Eashwari- Director
ICT/E-Health Department of Health Gauteng
- Moredreck Chibi- World Health
Organization Technical Officer: Local production of pharmaceuticals
- Dr Lance Lasersohn- Specialist
Anesthesiologist and Intensive Care Physician SASA Vice President
- Dr Maximilien Goris-Gbenou-
Urologist – Hospital Marseille Beauregard Vert-Coteau (Marseille, France)
- Uylsse Baguida- CEO and CO-Founder
5 Reasons To Attend #HISA2019:
knowledge needed to become an agent of digital change within your healthcare
how new technologies are transforming healthcare in Africa.
about HealthTech advances and follow up on digital transformation success
stories and best practices.
solutions to healthcare data challenges and discover EHR implementation
strategies that work.
models to pave a way to smart hospitals in Africa using a range of digital
applications such as AI, computer-assisted surgery, IoMT, Cloud Computing,
blockchain and robotics.
Key Topics at #HISA2019:
- Making NHI a
reality with the power of technology.
Medicine: A new era in patient-centered care.
- The role of
technology in chronic disease management and control.
disruption in the pharmaceutical industry and its impact on the entire spectrum
of drug development and clinical trials.
- The future of
Oncology: Why data and analytics are critical.
healthcare records: Best practices, challenges, and opportunities.
3 ways to
2. To sponsor or exhibit your education
technology solutions at the summit visit:
To speak at the conference send an email to email@example.com
Source:: Media Outreach
African Media Agency