March 5, 2025


  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): challenges, oopportunities, and promises of AI in healthcare.

  • AI-based symptom assessment. AI-powered symptom checkers to guide patients to the correct care and improve communication between patients and healthcare professionals.

  • Improving patient care using digital technologies. Remote patient monitoring, mobile health, transcription, and virtual visits.
  • Immersion technologies in hospitals and clinics. How to enhance care quality measures through immersive technologies. New virtual reality tools to educate patients on complex home therapy tasks.

  • Collaboration to improve treat patients. Experiment with new technologies and innovations: Collaborate with stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem, including patients, providers, payers.

  • Innovative technologies to improve the workflow for their clinicians and care teams: organization’s experiences. Documentation technologies (ambient dictation, speech-to-text, and voice navigation), patient monitoring systems, worklist management technologies, and AI-driven tools to reduce clinician burden. The pros and cons, starting points to bring these technologies into your own health systems. Electronic health record (EHR). Recommendations for abbreviated and organized medical notes.
  • Combatting burnout: lessons from hospitals. Innovative models for virtual care team support, remote behavioral health support, to virtual discharge teams for high-volume specialties.

  • Robots in medical institutions: progress and implementation challenges. Successful implementation of a robot collaboration strategy to reduce the burden on the workforce.

  • Сreating a hospital that is ready to support emerging tech—including automation, robotics and digital health. Leveraging advanced network solutions like 5G to alleviate cybersecurity concerns.
  • Cybersecurity. Ways organizations can implement a holistic security testing process to detect vulnerabilities early and often. Removing exploitable bugs that pose the greatest danger and risk to the safety, security, availability, and reliability of mission critical systems.

  • Blockchain technologies in healthcare: examples of use.
  • Digital Wayfinding: improving patient experience. Implementing a self-service, digital wayfinding solution (kiosk, mobile, and QR) for boosting on-time arrival, improving patient & visitor experiences, and yielding staff efficiency.
  • Virtual hospital. Virtual tour of the facility. Benefits of virtual hospital. Challenges and potential solutions to delivering virtual care across borders. Initiatives facilitating telehealth across borders.
  • Smart Hospital. Measuring success in digital transformation: experience from hospital. Digital maturity assessment. Establishing a roadmap for digital transformation and monitor progress.