The Tunisian Association for Heath promotion, in partnership with the World Health Organization, is hosting the Africa and Middle East Digital Health Conference and Exhibition (AMDHC) in Tunisia from Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th September 2022 at the Mehari Golden Yasmin and Diar Lemdina Expo Centre, Yasmine Hammamet, Tunisia.
A statement issued by the Africa and Middle East Digital Health Conference and Exhibition (AMDHC) stated that the conference and exhibition aims are to stimulate a new vision of health through information technology, building on the experience of Tunisia and others who will share their knowledge and expertise during the event.
AMDHC is designed to enable attendees to learn from other Digital Health transformation strategies and programmes, as well as understanding the services and applications that can be used, standards that need to be applied and interoperability, the event will stimulate and accelerate the digitalisation of healthcare across the region.
With over 500m2 of exhibition space and over 40 exhibitors, attendees of the conference and exhibition will be able to see systems in operation and speak to those who can provide solutions to digitalize healthcare.
More than 150 doctors expected
With 50 speakers from across the world, and a programme of tailored events, the conference and exhibition are expecting over 150 doctors, IT engineers, digital health experts to attend.
The AMDHC disclosed that there will be the opportunity to listen to experienced experts from across the world as well as meet and network with innovative suppliers and build a regional digital healthcare community across Africa and the Middle East.
The recent global pandemic has highlighted the importance being able to collect and collate data from across a broad area so it can be analyzed and used in the fight of diseases and illness.
Digital healthcare systems can enable this and thus facilitate a focus of resources into keenly affected areas and allow decision makers to be able to make crucial decisions, with facts.
More broadly, digital healthcare systems create an ability to care for more people across a broader geography. It allows access to medical records, which can be crucial when treating the sick, and eases access to healthcare.
Mr Izhar Mahjoub, AMDHC Head of Scientific Committee, noted that the North African country has made significant progress the digitalization of its healthcare systems.
“Tunisia has a huge amount of experience in the digitalization of healthcare systems and is well placed to become a hub from which Africa and the Middle East can build and expand their digital healthcare systems. The Africa and Middle East Digital Health Conference and Exhibition is the perfect opportunity for experts and healthcare professionals to come together, learn from other programmes and see the latest innovation in this space.”Mr Izhar Mahjoub
During the conference and exhibition, there is a coordinated B2B and B2C opportunity to meet with speakers and experts through the AMDHC Fireside Chat programme. This opportunity is a chance to discuss ideas and technologies with experts.