Advancing eHealth in Europe: Innovation Development Strategies to Maximise Uptake and Delivery
30th October 2013, Brussels

Following two successful policy discussions at Advancing eHealth in Europe, 2011 and 2012, the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies presents a further meeting aimed at moving the agenda forward.

Advancing eHealth in Europe 2013 will bring together policy makers, healthcare professionals and leading innovators in the design of technology, to improve the uptake and delivery of eHealth systems across Europe. We will examine successful and innovative strategies, the prospects for scaling those upwards and outwards, and the conditions necessary to develop and deploy new eHealth delivery policies.

Through presentations by leading eHealth delivery units, extensive discussions and networking with health policy makers and healthcare professionals, delegates will draw upon the existing European policy framework and work together to examine potential crossovers and expansions in emerging best practices.

Why you should attend?

High Profile Speakers

This symposium promises an internationally recognised line-up of leading figures and expert speakers who will offer an invaluable insight into the latest initiatives and developments in the field of e-health and medical technologies. As well as hearing key presentations, there will also be ample opportunity for delegates to engage in interactive discussions and debates.

Tackle the Key Issues

This symposium will examine the ongoing development of eHealth systems across Europe and the role of IT in active and healthy ageing. It will also focus on successful eHealth national strategies and the challenges in establishing a European eHealth area. Discussions will also focus on wider adoption and effective service delivery.


This symposium will also provide an invaluable opportunity to share best practice and network with expert speakers, practitioners and policy makers, from across Europe and beyond. There is ample networking time scheduled within the programme in order to support the exchange of ideas and encourage delegates to engage in thought-provoking topical debate. The symposium will conclude with a cocktail reception to facilitate further informal discussion and networking.

Who should attend?
  • Healthcare Professionals, including Doctors, Specialists and Nurses
  • National and Local Health Authorities
  • Health Research Institutes
  • Chief Information Officers
  • IT Managers
  • Government Officials
  • Health Ministers
  • Procurement Managers