The Virtual Medical Academy is pleased to announce the upcoming virtual conference in its 5th year entitled "Health in the Digital Era 5". This year's conference will highlight and discuss the impact of Digital Health on the Quality of Care. Also, the conference will tackle challenges related to digital transformation and health data exchange as they relate to human-centered care and the career opportunities for healthcare practitioners and health informaticians interested in this field.
The conference content is designed to be focused and relevant to all healthcare providers. Distinctive speakers on a national and international level have been chosen to present at the conference. The scientific content of the conference is provided via lectures and open discussions in an advanced virtual training and education platform.
This year we have added an exciting new component to the conference. We are calling for speakers to present their latest achievements by submitting abstracts to this year's conference program.
Please download Abstract Guidelines & Abstract Submission Template:
Join us at our conference to learn about the latest achievements, advancements, research, and innovation and investigate opportunities for your future in this space.
1- Identify health informatics concepts that lead to new models of care moving towards a more patient centered approach in line with the Healthcare Digital Transformation Strategies.
2- Recognize the different applications and uses of digital health technologies that shape the future of healthcare such as artificial intelligence tools, remote patient monitoring systems, mhealth apps, patient engagement tools and telehealth.
3- Recognize the digital health competencies that are needed to support healthcare providers in today's healthcare digital transformation environment.
4- Describe how healthcare data that are collected and stored in digital health systems, such as social determinants of health and patient-generated health data, can be leveraged to improve healthcare.
5- Identify research challenges in the field of health informatics, specifically research that contributes to the design of digital health systems in KSA.
Impact of Digital Health on Quality of Care:
Individuals and Communities Healthcare Outcomes
Individuals and Communities Engagement/Empowerment
Social Determinants of Health
Remote Monitoring Systems
Data Readiness to Support AI
Telemedicine through mHealth
Ethical Considerations Surrounding Data Exchange
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