17-18 February 2022

Virtual Event

1:1 Meetings

Make the best of the event by conducting 1 to 1 meetings with senior prospects and peers.

Key Note Presentations

Get in-depth knowledge from industry experts about the latest challenges and innovations your market place is facing.

Panel Discussions

Enjoy fruitful and passionate exchanges between leading experts

Round Table Conversations

Interact and debate within a smaller group of key industry practitioners about a particular chosen topic from our moderator.


Over the time of a global pandemic healthcare industry went through a number of changes that affected both healthcare providers and patients. This unprecedented time facilitated developments in digital health and accelerated implementation and expenditure of telemedicine.

The years of 2020 and 2021 brought cutting-edge innovations to the scene but also made the professionals think on what the future of healthcare will look like.

How to improve the effectiveness of remote health monitoring? How can mobile health help in fighting the pandemic? How can healthcare automation help both healthcare providers and patients? How do wearable devices contribute to medical needs? These are some of the main questions the experts are raising in the sphere.

At the 2nd Annual Telemedicine and Digital Health Summit speakers and delegates will discuss such issues as ways to expand telehealth and telemedicine access, future of patient monitoring, health care automation, telemedicine regulation, the role of insurance in health ecosystem, sharing data within health ecosystem and many other topical and important questions.

Join us at the virtual event to be a part of important discussion on 17-18 February 2022.

Day 1

  • Digital Health and Telemedicine tendencies to watch in 2022
  • Patient-centricity. Expanding Telehealth and Telemedicine access
  • Future of patient monitoring
  • New developments in Mobile Health
  • Healthcare and AI: challenges and benefits. Successful practices of AI integration
  • Telemedicine and Digital Health as a response to Covid-19 pandemic & How Covid-19 changes Telehealth
  • Healthcare: time to automate & increase productivity
  • ‘Remote first’ clinical pathways – start where the patient is
  • The future of health insurance
  • Wearable devices: new form of health monitoring
  • Transforming healthcare with the help of medical VR
  • Sharing data within the health ecosystem: main challenges and ways to solve them
  • Providing better care coordination with the help of cloud-based systems
  • Predicting future trends in Telemedicine and Digital Health. What to expect for after-Covid times?


Roger Lim

Senior Policy Officer

Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, Netherlands

Micaela Seemann Monteiro

Chief Medical Officer for Digital Transformation

CUF, Portugal

Carlalberto Crippa

Chief of Business Development & Marketing

Cattolica Assicurazioni, Italy

Kathy Malas

Associate to the President & CEO

Hospital Center of the University of Montreal CHUM, Canada

Ana Luisa Villanueva

Chief Medical Officer


Prof. Patrick Jourdain

Medical Director Telemedicine Regional Platform

Greater Paris University Hospitals (APHP) Paris-Saclay University, France

Helene Westerlind


Zurich LiveWell, Switzerland

Nina Sesto

Director Digital Health

Magdalena, Clinic for Cardiovascular Medicine, Croatia

Bleddyn Rees


The Digital Health Society, UK

Ligia Kornowska

Managing Director

Polish Hospital Federation, Poland

Joaquín López Gómez


HM Hospitales, Spain

Pedro Díaz Yuste

Digital Health Director,


Director General,



Assaf Parker

Assaf Parker

Head of Technologies Digital Health Department

Israeli Ministry of Health, Israel


Masood Ahmed

Chief Medical Officer


Peter Ohnemus

Peter Ohnemus

Founder, President & CEO

dacadoo, Switzerland

Ana Frade Pina

Ana Frade Pina

Head of Digital Health

Future Healthcare, Portugal

Michael Pfeifer

Michael Pfeifer

Head of Sales

YAS.life, Germany

Pawel Krzesinski web

Paweł Krzesiński

Head of Department of Cardiology and Internal Diseases

Military Institute of Medicine, Poland

Registered Companies Include

Who Should Attend?

  1. Health Insurance Companies, including the following experts/departments:

– Health Insurance

– Business & Product Development

– Strategy & Business Development

– Chief Commercial Officers

– Data Science & IT (Health insurance related)

– Health Insurance Pricing

– Health Insurance Distribution

– Medical Channels

– Chief Innovation Officers

– Chief Transformation Officers

– Digital etc.

  1. Managed Care Service Providers
  2. IT Software Solutions Providers
  3. Hospitals
  4. Technology Experts & Solutions Providers
  5. Start-ups
  6. Innovation labs

and others.

Testimonials From Previous Events

“Well organized, very good speakers. Interesting and useful information in presentations”

― Head of supplementary health insurance department, Union, poistovna a.s., Slovakia

“Very good, innovative presentations regarding how technology will change the way of handling claims in the future.”

Head of Green Card Department, Eurosig Insurance Company, Albania

“Informative, good interactivity, well balanced mix between theory & practical cases.”

Claims Manager, Hiscox SA, Portugal

“It is always a refreshing experience to have a view of the market and technological changes in other countries… It helps to find solutions to our own challenges.”

Head of Services, European Travel Insurance Company, Hungary


“Excellent and very informative”

General Manager, Afro Asian Assistance, Bahrain

Where and When?

17-18 February 2022

Virtual Event

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17-18 February 2022, Virtual Event