The European Leadership Summit on Chronic Care

3-4 December, 2007, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Organised under the high patronage of the European Commission, the event will convene senior executives from key organisations advancing chronic care in Europe including providers, payers, suppliers, customers, policy-makers and health officials.

The European Leadership Summit on Chronic Care is the forum where government and industry leaders share successful initiatives and best practices. So far, the agenda includes case studies from 12 different countries.

Through the support of our partner organizations, we are creating a truly international event, reaching key health leaders in over 40 countries. An international delegation will enjoy this two-day networking opportunity, featuring visionary keynote addresses, controversial debates, implementation case studies, tutorials and informal roundtable discussions.

Four focused summits will give attendees a unique opportunity to discuss pertinent issues in depth and determine actionable plans with their colleagues:

  • IT Infrastructures, Electronic Health Records and Chronic Care
  • Aligning Financial Incentives and Restructuring Care
  • Telehealth and Remote Monitoring
  • Empowering Patients and Supporting Self-Care

Two best practice seminars will also explore disease specific initiatives for:

  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular and Lung Diseases

For further information and registration, please visit:
http://www.worldcongress.com/events/HL07080/

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