European Connected Health Alliance Joins The 2018 Connected Health Conference as a Global Partner

The Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHAlliance), a HIMSS organization, today announced that the European Connected Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) has joined the 2018 Connected Health Conference as a Global Partner.

“We are delighted to extend our partnership with PCHAlliance, to further strengthen cross-border collaborations, knowledge exchange and opportunities to drive the adoption of connected health technologies to improve the quality and efficiency of health, wellness and social care,” said Brian O’Connor, Chair, ECHAlliance. “The Connected Health Conference is an important global platform for advancing technology-enabled health and wellness for all citizens.”

PCHAlliance and ECHAlliance represent two leading organizations that share common goals and engage in complementary efforts. Their ongoing strategic partnership focuses on thought leadership activities, policy initiatives and industry events to advance the field. The ECHAlliance will host a special workshop at the 2018 Connected Health Conference, bringing together stakeholders from the US, Canada, Europe and China to exchange views and strategies, explore partnerships, and discuss challenges and opportunities, such as interoperability standards, data-governance, and market access from both side of the Atlantic.

“We are pleased to build on our collaboration with ECHAlliance, to bring important perspective and thought leadership from the European Union to CHC18,” added Rich Scarfo, Vice President, PCHAlliance, and Director of the Connected Health Conference. “Including important initiatives being implemented by forward-looking countries in the EU and around the world has always been a cornerstone of our event.”

To learn more about the European Connected Health Alliance, click here.

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