We are delighted to announce that the final four events in the Future of Patient Data project have all now been confirmed.
Building on to insights gained from the 8 workshops taking place in 2017, these will complete the research for this major global project.
Having started this important programme in Dubai in September, we have now conducted a number of excellent expert discussions in Johannesburg, Oslo, Brussels, Singapore, Sydney and Mumbai. An initial summary after the first four events highlighted ten key emerging themes and a more detailed interim overview will be shared ahead of the London event which is taking place on December 14th.
The four additional events that complete the project are now all scheduled for January are taking place in Toronto, Boston, San Francisco and Frankfurt and will help to bring together the unique global view. Again, all are being hosted by leading forward-thinking organizations keen to collaborate, build and share insights. The confirmed schedule is:
- Toronto – Tuesday 16th January – hosted by York University
- Boston – Wednesday 17th January – supported by Amgen - venue Philips Healthcare
- San Francisco – Friday 19th January – venue Hanson Bridgett
- Frankfurt – Thursday 25th January – hosted by Cognizant
Each event will bring together leading experts, share the views gained to date, identify other issues not yet included and then delve deeper into the key areas where greatest change in the future of patient data will occur over the next decade.
If you would like to join in and participate in any of these discussions, do let us know and we can include you in the mix. Equally if you have any comments on the insights gained to date, do please feedback and we will include in the final report.