The European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) is similar to a cluster organisation within health and social care. ECHAlliance is spread through Europe, USA, Canada and China with a presence in 40+ countries. This year, the health tech and innovation conference, WHINN, is proud to announce that the ECHAlliance is now a part of the WHINN Programme Committee 2018.
The ECHAlliance is a non-profit organisation that facilitates international multi-stakeholder connections around ecosystems, driving sustainable change and disruption in the delivery of health and social care. The members develop innovative solutions around mobile health, chronic diseases, active & healthy ageing, Internet of Things, wearables, personalised medicine genomics, Big Data and more! This year, the organisation plays a bigger part in the WHINN conference, as the ECHAlliance now works closely together with WHINN in the track on Connected Health.
“We have been associated with WHINN for a number of years and have been really impressed with their growth and focus. This year, we are leading the session in Connected Health and will be showcasing real collaborations rather than talking about what might be in the future. Our Coalition of the Willing Partners, Coral Community, Reference Site Collaborative Network and EUREGHA are joining us to make the session and the WHINN event an even greater success in 2018”, says Brian O’Connor, Chair of the ECHAlliance.
More international partners for the WHINN 2018 conference may be annouced, as WHINN aims to boost the international focus of the programme.
“The ECHAlliance is a strong international partner for WHINN, and we wish to involve more international partners to ensure the international focus of the programme and open up to a broader and stronger international community than we have had so far”, says Michaela Andersen, Director of WHINN.
The wide impact of the ECHAlliance can be seen on www.echalliance.com.
For more information about the track on Connected Health, and other tracks on WHINN 2018, please see the preliminary programme here.
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