2006 European eHealth Conference and Exhibition unveils in Malaga, Spain

Malaga, May 4, 2006 The 2006 European eHealth Conference and Exhibition will bring together leaders in the field of eHealth from around the world to shape policies, share best practices, introduce new technology and foster strategic innovation in the new world of eHealthcare May 10-12 in Malaga, Spain. Organized through a partnership between the European Commission, the Austrian Presidency of the European Union, the Spanish Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs, and the Andalusian Regional Ministry of Health, the meeting will offer unique insight into the future of technology-driven healthcare.

Nearly 200 thought leaders in the fields of health and ICT will explore a variety of issues regarding the application of ICT to the healthcare industry. These experts will discuss subjects such as individual electronic health cards containing complete medical records, the electronic prescription, interoperability of non-compatible technology, highly sophisticated portable/implantable devices, and new health-related mobile information platforms. Expert speakers from the United States Include:

Dr. Scott Young from the Agency for Health Research and Quality a division of the Department of Health and Human Services will speak on Benefits of ICT for Patient Safety The Research Agenda.

Mr. Jeffrey Miller, Vice President of Worldwide Health and Life Sciences at Hewlett Packard, will participate in eHealth Matters The Strategies and Views of eHealth Industrial Leaders.

Mrs. Bushko Renata, Director of the Future of Health Technology Institute, will participate in eHealth and New Dilemmas in Social Values Global Trends and Perspectives.

"We will explore advances in the area of eHealth that contribute to the improvement of the health and the quality of life of citizens," said Juan Reig, Chairman of the conference. "From internet tools such as health information portals for users to highly sophisticated portable or

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