An hih evening of a special kind: with best practice examples from country leaders in digital health and a look at the concrete benefits for care in Germany and beyond, the start-up scene, politics, and the health care industry find a common stage.
So much has been achieved around the Digital Care Act, the Fast Track and Digital Health Applications, but so much still needs to be tested – a topic that has been on the hih agenda since the beginning. The DiGA Consultation Hour has been established as an open format for all participants, all topics, all questions.
At our summits, big questions are asked, thought patterns are broken and dialogues / discussions are held – on how the digital transformation can succeed.
Special topics require special measures. On its roadshows, the hih promotes a timely, constructive, and critical exchange with stakeholders and manufacturers of digital health applications. A first round was dedicated to the DVG; the introduction of the EHR may be another occasion.
The “Internationals” address digital health companies, policy makers and payer representatives from across the world. We present processes towards approval and are at your disposal for extensive Q&A.
With great patience, kindness and entertainment value (even for less hardened nerds), “our” Mister Interoperability, Dr. Kai Heitmann, takes on technical issues. There is nothing around standardisation, interoperability and uniform data formats that is not addressed – with examples from practice, everyday life and abroad.
Without physicians on board, any effort to digitalise data will simply fail. Our office hours are a special informational opportunity from doctors, for doctors – in cooperation with professional associations, medical staff, and with process-supporting everyday examples.
Illuminating the Black Box Regulator. Start-ups and innovators learn all the important facts about relevant regulatory changes and can discuss the consequences directly with the legislator.
90 minutes of concentrated information on a clearly defined topic of the digital health economy. Gladly welcoming guests, always entertaining – mostly virtual.