Webinar on

Digital Health 2021

August 27, 2021

Digital Health 2021

Theme: Advancement in Estimating and Improving Patient Safety in Primary Health Care

We are pleased to cordially invite all attendees to participate in our upcoming webinar “The World Conference on Digital Health” which is scheduled on June 25, 2021 with the theme "Advancement in Estimating and Improving Patient Safety in Primary Health Care".It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Digital Health.

Digital Health Market size was estimated over USD 106 billion in 2019 and the industry will grow at 28.5% CAGR through 2026. Growing number of COVID-19 cases across the globe has increased the adoption of digital health technologies and will boost the digital health industry growth

Big Data and Digital Transformation
Digital transformation necessitates the use of big data and analytics.
Many businesses have gone through digital transformations in order to keep up with the ever-changing digital world. They're transforming themselves thanks to their command of Big Data and Analytics, as well as the use of Machine Learning technology.
The global big data in healthcare market amounted to $11.45 billion in 2016 and is expected to witness a double-digit growth throughout the forecast period of 2017-2025.Additionally, it also includes analysis of applications of big data for clinical analytics, financial analytics, and operational analytic.

Much of medical informatics is covered by e-health, but the delivery of technical practice, treatment, and services is prioritised over technological functions. Extensive e-Health infrastructures and technologies are now regarded as critical to the future provision of accessible, reliable, high-quality, citizen-centered healthcare in many Western national healthcare services incorporating mobile components.

Electronic Health record
A person's valid health archive is shared among multiple offices and organisations in an electronic health record (EHR). As more patient data becomes computerised and a growing number of people express a desire to have mobile access to their health records, EHRs are becoming increasingly important. An EHR usually contains the following types of information, among others. Data about visits to healthcare professionals; contact information Details about insurance, family history.

Precision Medicine
Precision medicine is a form of medicine that uses variations in a person's genes, climate, and lifestyle to direct disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Precision medicine's ability to disrupt the healthcare sector is piquing the attention of a variety of businesses and government agencies immunisation status, and any conditions or diseases; A catalogue of prescription drugs; Hospitalization records; any surgeries or operations which have been completed.

The medical and public health activity assisted by mobile devices, such as mobile phones, patient tracking devices, personal digital assistants, and other wireless devices, is referred to as m-Health. Heart disease, diabetes, autism, insomnia, and asthma are among the disorders for which mHealth is now being used. The WHO/ITU project enables governments strengthen their current national health activities to prevent, control, and treat non communicable diseases (NCDs) and their risk factors by incorporating mobile components.