From 29 to 31 May 2018, the entire healthcare community will come together for the three-day Paris Healthcare Week event.
Four trade shows and conferences for all stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem.
The aim of the Paris Healthcare Week 2018 is to provide answers to the new challenges confronting the future of healthcare. Last year's edition offered the occasion for major discussions on the organisation and future of healthcare systems, and the 2018 edition is looking to be just as diverse and worthwhile. In particular, it will address the growing use of digital technology in organisations and equipment, and there will be in-depth discussions of hospital architecture and the renovation of healthcare establishments.
New for 2018: open late on Wednesday 30 May, until 8 pm.
The Paris Healthcare Week, organised by PG Promotion, is the only event of its kind in Europe. It is a major event for all healthcare professionals, encompassing the historic organised by the FHF (French hospital federation) (HopitalExpo, GerontHandicapExpo, Health-ITExpo) and Salon Infirmier(Nursing trade show).
30,000 carers, specialists, decision-makers and healthcare professionals involved in the management, digital equipment and construction of healthcare establishments converge to meet with 850 experts, OEMs, software publishers, suppliers, e-health entrepreneurs, medical device manufacturers, architects, care providers, institutions, and more.
The 2018 trade show will host the 38th international seminar of the International Union of Architects (UIA) public healthcare group.
Zooming in on the Health-ITExpo trade show to discover tomorrow's treatments today
Since 2007, the Health-ITExpo has been bringing together stakeholders from the ICT, information systems and e-health sectors, including institutions, service providers, consultants, training providers, software publishers, IT integrators and manufacturers, and e-health solution providers.It is the digital transformation and high-technology highlight of the Paris Healthcare Week.
Health-ITExpo: reflecting the digital revolution in healthcare
Health-ITExpo provides support for the transformation in healthcare activities and treatment through the use of information and communication technologies within healthcare and medico-social institutions.
An unmissable event
Over the years, Health-ITExpo has grown in stature, with 350 exhibitors scheduled for 2018. It brings together innovative solutions that will revolutionise future practices in healthcare, through themed “villages” such as that for start-ups, as well as specialist pathways, and conferences and round tables on topical issues.
Health-ITExpo exemplifies the dynamic nature of the e-health sector and its increasing impact on the organisation of healthcare institutions. It demonstrates the ways in which technologies can improve the quality of patient care and the day-to-day experience of healthcare professionals.
Attendees can build an understanding of the issues and get a glimpse of the solutions of the future for their institutions, departments and careers.
A dedicated themed village for every requirement
A start-up village
With around 30 start-ups with less than three years' trading behind them at the opening of the trade show, the start-up village abounds with trailblazing ideas and solutions that will help to improve healthcare in the future. These young and innovative companies, from France and abroad, will play a key role in the future, rising to challenges related to the digital transformation of healthcare practices.
The CATEL Village & Showroom brings together companies in the e-health sector, offering solutions in telehealth, telemedicine, applications, web platforms and connected objects. In 2018, the following topics will be addressed:
artificial intelligence (machine learning, big data and expert systems);
the integration of solutions to ensure excellence in patient care on a large scale (involving consortia of healthcare establishments);
the use of connected objects and robots in caring for patients in hospitals and at home;
the measurement of the impact of innovative solutions on organisations and the economic model.
Two Agoras (Forums in connection with current events of the sector, free of charge) will be held with a view to fulfilling visitors' expectations and promoting discussions on topical issues that have a significant impact on the future of healthcare:
The IT Agora will address five major topics: artificial intelligence, digital technology in nursing homes, imaging, security/blockchain technology, and information systems in regional hospital consortia.
The e-health Agora will encompass subjects relating to connected healthcare, the IoT, telemedicine, teleconsultation, etc.