Over two days, from 21 to 22 February more than 850 delegates gathered in person and online to reconnect, learn and join their counterparts for the Digital Health Institute Summit in Melbourne.
From fascinating discussions on the importance of data during the pandemic to how digital health is supporting the future of wound care the latest and greatest in digital health were represented.
More than 117 speakers, 83 concurrent speakers discussed, shared and inspired delegates on all thing’s digital health.
The Summit was the first in-person event for the Institute, and we welcomed delegates from far and wide with open arms. The standout theme for the conference was the opportunity for the digital health community to reconnect.
“The Summit has been a great success in bringing the digital health community back together after years of being apart. Overwhelmingly delegates and sponsors are grateful for the opportunity to reconnect. It was great to see all the smiling faces, filled session rooms and plenty of socialising,” said AIDH CEO Dr Louise Schaper.
And while the Melbourne in person Summit is over for another year, the Summit series continues with the Virtual Showcase on 3 to 4 March and then the Brisbane Summit on 28-29 April, Perth on 5 August and Sydney on 1-2 September.
In 2023 the annual Summit will take a break as the Institute’s Events Team delivers MedInfo 2023 the 19th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics in Sydney on 7-12 of July.
For registered delegates all Summit sessions will be available online from 4 March for the next three months and will then be available on Digital Health TV for unlimited viewing by AIDH Members.