TRAK.EVENT I: Digital Transformation in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation


Do you want to meet our special guests who are experts in digital health?

Ricardo Llavona digital health expert and Raquel García Tarrazo expert and disseminator digital physiotherapy, join Carlos Rodríguez-Sierra and Francisco J. Pareja, members of the TRAK team to educate on telerehabilitation.

What's inside?

Masterclass with experts in digital health

What id digital health and telerehabilitation and what is it for?

The experience of experts with this type of tools technological

Evolution of the sector


Who is the event for?

For healthcare professionals

If you are a healthcare professional want to know how to get started in digitalization or learn about digital physiotherapy, our experts will give us the keys.

Digitalization, rehabilitation and health

The WHO defines telemedicine as “the provision of health services, where distance is a critical factor, by health professionals through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for the exchange of valid information for diagnosis, treatment, disease prevention, research and evaluation and for the continuous training of health professionals, all with the ultimate goal of improving the health of the population and communities.

It is undeniable that, as in any area of ​​our lives, technology has broken into the health sector, modifying habits, protocols, work methodologies, treatments and patient monitoring .

In the same way, digital medicine represents not only the advancement of medical science, but also a giant step in terms of social and socio-sanitary benefits, empowering the patient and making them a participant in their own treatment.

These are some of the reasons why hospitals and clinics, health organizations and national health systems are focusing their attention on the implementation of digital solutions for the problems of our current health.

The latest analyzes of current policies on telemedicine and digital health identified challenges in areas such as the reimbursement of investments dedicated to health, security and privacy. They suggest that more regulatory work is needed in the areas of operationalization, implementation, and international law.

For this reason, the collaboration and cooperation of health systems is required to generate adequate regulation and for countries to realize the benefits of implementing these technologies.

Germany and Belgium are leading the initiative to make their market for medical applications more accessible. Global trends would indicate a broad international convergence in terms of transparency, health content, interoperability, privacy and security and the search for means to offer applications through different channels, such as national portals or through an application directory.

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