13-15 December 2010 - Casablanca, Morocco



Conference Aims: ehealth Web Intelligence

Building on the very successful 2nd edition of the eHealth conference series, the aim of eHealth 2010 in Casablanca in December 2010 is to bring together experts from academia, industry and global healthcare institutions such as WHO and ECDC to stimulate cutting-edge research discussions, share experience with real-world healthcare service providers and policy makers as well as provide numerous business opportunities.

Swine flu epidemics in 2009 demonstrated a breakthrough in the use of web intelligence harnessing and mining user-generated content in social networks and Web 2.0 tools for rapid healthcare information dissemination and outbreak detection. In addition, despite substantial budgets spent on eHealth in recent years, existing healthcare services do not sufficiently address the issue of patient privacy, trust nor the potential in e-learning and web mining for delivering 21st-century healthcare systems. The key topic of eHealth 2010 will be investigating a realistic potential of Web 2.0 and Web Intelligence in providing evidence-based healthcare information, assist in outbreak detection and control and provide quality-assured and effective interventions for patients and global users.

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