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SiGMA Group is excited to announce the launch of Med Tech World. The virtual conference will run alongside the Med Cann event on the 20th – 21st October. Both conferences will take place as virtual summits in 2020, with physical editions planned for 2021.
Co-locating this event will leverage the company’s long-standing expertise in other verticals, such as quantum, IOT, fintech, blockchain and AI, offering insightful, data-driven content created exclusively with the medical community in mind.
“Adapting smart technologies has been crucial to the development and evolution of the way we work and think; the Med Tech World digital summit promises to introduce an exciting new era of tech to the healthcare industry,” said SiGMA Group founder, Eman Pulis.
Delegates can expect an event with a focus on new and emerging technologies in medicine and health care, with topics centred around personalised medicine, bio-printing, and augmented reality. With so many countries realising the potential for exponential growth, Med Tech World will address the opportunities and challenges driving this million-dollar forum – embracing the potential for technological innovation to change the face of medicine in this global sector.
The conference agenda will focus on a number of thought-provoking topics, with the agenda including; Patient-focussed tech, such as telemedicine, wearables, voice technology and precision medicine, Med-tech innovations, including robotics in the operating theatre, AI, nano-technology, and smart implants, Regulation and business, with a nod to a Medical device directive, patenting devices in the EU, Medical device clinical trials, and notified bodies.
Supported by Digital Health Malta, the conference will also be geared towards digitised healthcare, including healthcare SILOs, deep learning, patient confidentiality, and cybersecurity, while the afternoon will focus on innovations such disposable brain sensors, smart inhalers, bio printing artificial organs, and digital tattoos, as well as a look at future trends such as gamification and health insurance, regional collaborations and 5G and medical data.
Guest speakers include, Hon.Deo Debattista, the Parliamentary Secretary for Consumer Rights, Public Cleansing and Support For the Capital City, Government of Malta, and Prof. Anthony Serracino-Inglott, Chariman Malta Medicines Authority.