Pre-congress

Innovative Solutions for the Challenges of Future Health Care

Before the official kick-off of the NOCOGO Congress, a pre-congress with the title Innovative solutions for the challenges of future health care will take place in the NOCOGO venue.

The pre-congress will cover a wide variety of global strategic innovations and initiatives within health care and services, as well as take a practical look at innovations in E-health, Telemedicine and Innovative Technology for health care.

The first part of the pre-congress will look at the trends and tendencies of future health care from a broad global perspective. The speakers are all active in health care on a global scale, and come from the well-renowned organizations Cisco, IBM, National Health Services 24 (Scotland) and the International Automobile Federation. Read more about the speakers on the ’speakers page’.

The second half of the pre-congress will focus on practical innovative solutions that are being developed and implemented in the health care system of the Region of Southern Denmark. Examples of successfully implemented solutions will be presented and demonstrated by researchers and medical professionals.

You can view the programme of the pre-congress here: Pre-congress 22.10

All NOCOGO participants are invited to attend this pre-congress free of charge to get inspired on how innovative solutions can and will be implemented in the clinical sectors of obesity, gynaecology and obstetrics.
For persons who only want to participate in the pre-congress on Monday the 22nd of October, the price is 850 kr.
Registration is mandatory and should be done through the NOCOGO registration site which can be found here.

The pre-congress takes place immediately before the NOCOGO congress.

Venue: LEGOLAND® Hotel and Conference, Billund
Date: Monday the 22nd of October 2012
Time: 12.20 – 16.30. (Registration and sandwiches from 11.45)
Price: 850 kr. Free for NOCOGO participants.

Questions regarding the pre-congress Innovative solutions for the challenges of future health care can be directed to
Lea Bohn: lea.bohn@rsyd.dk