Curious how to use the latest cloud technology to innovate health care?
Join us on Tuesday 29th October from 9:30 in Utrecht for our inspirational Health Care Outsmarted event. Our data specialists will demonstrate how innovative technology can work for you within Health Care. Whether it’s about reducing the administrative workload of doctors, sharing data with professionals and patients or using speech recognition for the anamnesis, cloud technology has many opportunities to discover.
- The future of Health Care with the Google Cloud Platform and Machine Learning
- How to drive innovation within a large scale health care organization?
- Voice Recognition & Transcription: Anamnesis within Healthcare
- Data management and Big Data and Machine Learning applied to Medical Images (sharing data, personalisation and support with analysing medical images)
- Security and privacy with the cloud
We won’t just tell you theory: Harry Pijl, program manager Applied Data Analytics in Medicine in UMC Utrecht, Marjolein Elderhorst, Project Manager of the Innovation Team of LUMC and Rokesh Jankie, Customer Engineer at Google Cloud will show you their best practices.
We will conclude the event at 16:00 with a Q&A session, followed by drinks and networking Join us during this exclusive event. Use the registration form below.
About CTS :
We are Cloud Technology Solutions NL and we specialise in helping organisations to achieve and outsmart their mission using the latest cloud technology. Applications tailored to your business, cloud infrastructure, collaboration, data engineering or data analysis (Big Data, Machine Learning; our team of 180 experts are happy to support you to outsmart your future.
CTS supports both SME and international large enterprise clients from offices in Manchester, Edinburgh, Utrecht and Frankfurt. Clients include Pon, TravelEssence, LUMC, Nico.lab, University of York, ECDPM, Clup Welzijn and Zuidzorg.
What: Health Care Outsmarted
Where: The Colour Kitchen in Zuilen (Reachable with Public Transport and free parking spots available)
When: 29 October 9.30 – 17.00