The world of health care is increasingly digital.
A growing number of hospitals and clinics and physician offices are using technology to monitor, record and manage the patient’s health.
The technology can also connect people with health care professionals.
But how do we make the best use of all the health data, and how do you harness the power of the distributed systems to create a more effective and scalable system?
The Distributed Systems Institute is a collaborative effort to explore and bring together the most promising technologies and techniques to create systems that provide a seamless, reliable, and scalable health care experience.
This year’s conference is bringing together the Distributed System Institute, the World Health Organization (WHO), the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Global Association for Information Assurance (GAIA).
This year, attendees will have access to over 200 presentations, panels, workshops and a live session on the next wave of emerging technologies in the health care field.
Learn more about the Distributive Healthcare Conference.