Let’s meet at the Russian mHealth Congress, 28 April 2017

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Finalising last minute plans for a trip to the Russian mHealth Congress being held on the 28th April 2017 at the Hotel Mercure Paveletskaya.

It’s an exciting time for mHealth as although Russia is very clearly another early adopter of Mobile the country has suffered like South Korea from outdated legislation preventing mHealth innovations so I’m hoping to learn lots about the opportunity to take mHealth innovations to Russian Carers/Patients and learn from how the Russians are approaching mHealth now that the government telemedicine bill has passed.

The event is being organised by Smile Expo and will comprise a range of presentations and talks on topics including: The newest Russian mHealth opportunities,  Investments in mHealth technologies,  Are we on the brink of technological singularity and what does it mean in terms of mHealth?,  Is our consciousness ready for the technological capabilities?,  Collaboration between the government and private companies while implementing telemedicine in Russia,  Application of modern digital technologies and Internet as a part of clinics group operation,  Personal remote patient monitoring with and without gadgets,  mHealth tools application in the complex of services of personal health manager,  Business approach to Health Management: new opportunities for staff efficiency improvement,  Data from gadgets and applications as biomarkers for early diagnosis of diseases,  Mobile technologies in stress management.

Speakers will include:

Aleksey Alekseev, Neurologist & General Director, Med-YurKonsalt LLC
Leonid Bugaev, Founder & CEO, Nordic Agency AB
Aleksey Danilov, Doctor of Medical Science, professor at I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, director at Institute for interdisciplinary medicine
Svetlana Fominykh, Public Speaking Coach
Alexey Grinenko, Investment Manager, IIDF
Gayane Harutyunyan, Lead Architect, IBM Client Center
Irina Kargalskaya, Co-Chairman of the Patient-Centered Telemedicine Committee, Russian Patients Association
Roman Kataev, Product Director, GetDoctor
Airat Khanov MD, Academic and CEO, Telemedsoft LLC
Oleg Korzinov, CEO, KSI Ventures and Exec Director, Northern Biopharmaceutical cluster
Prof Petr Kuznetsov MD, Professor at National Research University and VP, National Association of Medical Informatics.
Alexander Lazarev, Managing Partner, Maxfield Capital
Georgiy Lebedev, Chairman, Internet+Medicine Committee at Internet Development Institute
Alexander Penkov, Manager, ONETRAK University
Eduard Segal, Head of Business Development and Innovations, PJSC MTS
Viacheslav Semenchuk, Surgeon & Development Director, ADITIM
Igor Shaderkin, Head, Research Institute of Urology and Interventional Radiology (branch of the Ministry of Health of Russia)
Evgeniya Smorodnikova, Co-founder, Welltory
Andrei Tsoi, Senior Editor, Evercare.ru
Anton Vladzimirsky MD, Deputy Director General for Innovations, Medstrakh (Medical Insurer)
Denis Yudchitz, Chief director at Mobile Medical Technologies Ltd and CEO/co-Founder, “Pediatrician 24/7” and “Online Doctor”.
Ruslan Zaydullin, CEO and co-founder, DOC+
Boris Zingerman, IT department manager, Hematology Research Centre

Let’s meet in Moscow?

Things are a bit last minute (we might even end up presenting an intro to the mHealth course we developed) but it would be great to check out healthcare services while there (at present it looks I’ll be in Moscow for an extra day) so get in touch via the comments if you know of anything I should check out on my visit.

Click here to register (tickets are available from just 10,000Rub/€167).

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