Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress - 14-15 October 2015, Stockholm, Sweden

The second Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress 2015 will be taking place on 14-15 October in Stockholm, Sweden, which provides an opportunity to discover the latest technologies in the health and social care sectors.

The event offers a unique opportunity to develop new and innovative models for collaborative and integrated care systems that focus on the patient and provide a continuum of care.

This congress aims to encourage a patient-centred approach in which individuals equipped with knowledge and information play an active role in prevention and care.

The Nordic region has consistently taken a positive approach to adopting the use of new technologies centred on the needs of the patient.

European healthcare systems face major challenges and knowing the processes to implement technologies is crucial in order to prosper in this demanding environment.

This year's event will offer an environment capable of providing valuable insight and knowledge for front-line practitioners, policy makers, central and local government, as well as health leaders.

With experts and policy makers in attendance, the Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress provides firsthand knowledge of the latest strategies in place throughout the region.

Visitors can find out more about the scalable solutions available to meet a range of challenges.

For more information on the event and how to register, visit the website at

Quote MK-HJP as the reference code when booking a ticket.

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