We are pleased to share the success of our recent workshop/seminar, organized by the DoctorsHello Medical Ecosystem, titled “Supporting Healthcare Professionals in Delivering Remote Health Monitoring Services at Points of Care”. This event took place on Monday, November 20, 2023, at the Amphitheatre of the National Hellenic Research Foundation.
- Stelios Kympouropoulos, MD, Psychologist, Member of the European Parliament
- Andreas Plemmenos, Mathematician, CEO of Nikaia Hospital, Greece
- Spiros Likothanassis, Professor in Computational Intelligence, University of Patras
- Paraskeyi Xepapadaki, Pediatrician and Associate Professor in Pediatrics-Allergology, University of Athens, Greece
- Stratos Koletsis, Thoracic Surgeon, Associate Professor, University of Patras, Greece
The workshop, aligned with the AAL program (Ambient Assisted Living Association [IVZW]), focused on presenting and demonstrating innovative solutions for remote patient monitoring in care settings.
- Showcasing Modern Telemedicine Solutions: The workshop featured demonstrations of contemporary telemedicine and remote healthcare solutions in collaboration with public and private hospitals.
- Open Discussion: Engaging in an open dialogue, the workshop facilitated discussions on the challenges and opportunities in remote healthcare.
The workshop presented and demonstrated innovative solutions for remote patient monitoring at points of care and emphasized remote health monitoring services both at home and in understaffed healthcare facilities, primarily in rural centers, through telemedicine solutions.
The primary objective of the workshop was to encourage open discussions and demonstrations of modern telemedicine and remote healthcare solutions and was streamed live, allowing a broader audience to engage with the insightful presentations and discussions. The event brought together representatives from various sectors, including politics, economics, research, academia, and business communities. Special guests from European programs such as TeleNursing, Care@Home, and Dhelida, along with experts in independent living and healthcare entities from Europe, enriched the workshop with their insights. The workshop, including the main presentation and question-and-answer sessions, also featured a brief presentation of proposed solutions and a concurrent exhibition showcasing telemedicine nodes with real-life scenarios.
As we reflect on the success of this workshop, we remain committed to advancing innovation in healthcare technology and contributing to the evolution of remote patient monitoring solutions. We express our gratitude to all participants, collaborators, and attendees for making this event a resounding success.