TRAK.EVENT III: Impact of Digitalization in Healthcare

digitalization of healthcare


Do you want to know what is the impact of the digital transformation on health at a global and national level?


Our four experts, renowned figures in the industry, discussed how the advent of digital health is changing the way healthcare professionals have to work and the way patients seek the healthcare they need.

Jaime del Barrio, president of the Digital Health Association (ASD) and Senior Advisor – Healthcare and Life Sciences at EY.

Antonio Ibarra, Omnichannel Customer & Innovation Lead Iberia at Grünenthal.

Carmen Jódar, technical adviser to the Department of Health and Families of the Junta de Andalucía.

Raúl Ferrer-Peña, CEO of Smart Dyspnea, disseminator and professor of physiotherapy at the La Salle university center.

What's inside?

A masterclass with our experts on digitalization in healthcare

What is the current panorama of the Digital Transformation of Spanish healthcare?

Do professionals really know what digital health is?

Is this an upward trend?

What has bee the uptick in digitalization in the pandemic?

Do health professionals continue to use digital solutions?

Who is the event for?

For health professionals and health centre managers

If you want to implement digitalization in your business, learn more about digital health as a healthcare provider, this event for you.

What has been the impact of digitalisation on the field of healthcare?

Digitalization has transformed the way medical services are delivered and improved access to healthcare. Below we will explain some of the advances that digitisation has enabled:

First, the development of telemedicine. Thanks to telemedicine, patients can make online medical consultations, obtain diagnoses, receive medical guidance and follow up on their health conditions, all without the need to physically visit a doctor’s office.

This has improved access to healthcare, especially for people who live in remote areas or have difficulty travelling.In addition, digitalization has had an impact on drug research and development.

The use of data analysis tools and computational modelling has accelerated the process of drug discovery, identification of therapeutic targets and optimisation of clinical trials.

In addition, the collection and analysis of large-scale health data has enabled the identification of patterns and trends that can lead to advances in personalised medicine and disease prevention.It has also enabled the transition from paper-based medical records to electronic formats.

This facilitates the storage, management and exchange of medical information between different healthcare providers and improves care coordination, reduces medical errors and streamlines administrative processes.

On the other hand, advances in technology have led to the creation of more sophisticated medical tools and devices. Digitisation has enabled the adoption of technologies such as digital medical imaging, radiology information systems, digital electrocardiogram records and remote patient monitoring.

These technologies improve the accuracy and efficiency of disease diagnosis and facilitate the monitoring of patients’ health.

These are some of the impacts of digitalization on healthcare, experts will discuss these and many more at this TRAK.EVENT.

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