Digital Health Business Market + AI and ML+
Data and Cyber Security + Health Gadgets +
Digital Health Venture + Pharma Digital +
Digital Health Sciences + Innovative Healthcare
The 3nd Digital Health Summit was November 22th, 2022 with 460 guests. The 1st Digital Health Summit was in February, 2020 with 397 attendees. And our DHS's little sister conference: Digital Health Essential was in 30th May, 2022 with 265 guests.
The Digital Health Summit brings together public and private health care, digital pharma, and manufacturers of digital medical products, venture capitalists ynd startups from around Hungary, to network, exchange ideas and to become more familiar with opportunities in Hungary. Our independent conference will become a significant event for many companies in the DH industry and is particularly important in Hungary given the explosion of business and entrepreneurship in the region.
Digital health is the convergence of digital technologies with health, healthcare, living, and society to enhance the efficiency of healthcare delivery and make medicines more personalized and precise. The discipline involves the use of information and communication technologies to help address the health problems and challenges faced by people under treatment. These technologies include both hardware and software solutions and services, including telemedicine, web-based analysis, email, mobile phones and applications, text messages, wearable devices, and clinic or remote monitoring sensors. Generally, digital health is concerned about the development of interconnected health systems to improve the use of computational technologies, smart devices, computational analysis techniques, and communication media to aid healthcare professionals and their clients manage illnesses and health risks, as well as promote health and wellbeing.
Digital health is a multi-disciplinary domain involving many stakeholders, including clinicians, researchers and scientists with a wide range of expertise in healthcare, engineering, social sciences, public health, health economics and data management.
Dr. Feller Antal 1986-ban szerezte doktorátusát a Budapesti Műszaki Egyetem Vegyészmérnöki Karán. Az Egis Gyógyszergyárnál folytatott kutatói munkáját követően piaci elemzőként dolgozott. 1999-ben szerződött a Hungaropharma Gyógyszerkereskedelmi Zrt.-hez, melyet 2010 óta vezérigazgatóként irányít. Dr. Feller Antal a Gyógyszer-nagykereskedők Szövetségének elnöke, 2021-ben pedig az Európai Gyógyszer-nagykereskedők Szövetségének (GIRP) igazgatósági tagjává választották, ahol a kis és közepes országok szövetségeit tömörítő szekciót képviseli, ezen felül tagja a GIRP gazdasági és szociális ügyekkel foglalkozó bizottságának, valamint a szállítási lánc megoldásokkal foglalkozó tanácsadó testületnek.
I graduated as a programmer mathematician at ELTE in 2007, but I always wanted to be an entrepreneur, so immediately after graduating I founded my company, LogiNet, which I have developed over the past 15 years from a 2-person garage company to a 100-person group of companies.
At LogiNet besides being an end-to-end software development company we also have a 10-person UX agency - 22.design. We provide solutions primarily in the e-commerce field for our clients (Phoenix Pharma, Penguin Pharmacy, Vodafone, Auchan or Mountex).
Apart from my managing director role the most important area I am still actively involved in is product development and innovation. In addition to business development, I have maintained my interest in technology, which I have put to good use as a university lecturer and as a regular speaker at events.
As a Health Policy Expert of the Hungarian National Public Health Centre since 2017, Fruzsi is strategically planning and implementing evidence-based developments in the field of primary care. She is currently working on improving care of six chronic disease groups that are leading causes of death in Hungary (e.g. hypertension, diabetes, oncological diseases etc.). She graduated as a Medical Anthropologist from Durham University in 2017 and received her MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from ELTE in 2019. Stemming from her research background, she is an advocate of evidence-based policy making and aims to disseminate the idea of data collection and analytics to systematically address leading health issues. Working on national and international health care projects, primarily in the field of chronic care, she has first-hand experience in the barriers of implementing innovative digital solutions in the public health sphere. She works to overcome these barriers.
Rita Molnar earned her BA business communication degree in the Budapest College of Communication and Business in 2008. She completed her MBA master program at Budapest Metropolitan University in 2020 and she is now pursuing a Health Policy, Planning and Financing Master’s program at Budapest Corvinus University. The program is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of health care systems both at macro- and micro-levels within the context of technological development, an ageing population and patient expectations. She is well-prepared to work in health administration, government departments, research and consultancy agencies, universities, national health services, health care organizations and pharmaceutical and medical device industry.
She started her career as a professional photojournalist from 1997 to 2002. Rita was just 21 when she started organizing events, and she founded her own company. Her first event was an amateur film festival in Eger in 1998. Ever since, she has been organizing 2 conferences per year, mainly in the medical, VC investing and banking fields. Between 2001-2005 Rita also worked as a movie producer. She was involved in co-producing a movie directed by the iconic Magyar movie-maker Miklós Jancsó. From 2006 to late 2007 Rita managed the event marketing team at Ringier Publishing, a Hungarian subsidiary of a Swiss-based leading publishing firm. In the summer of 2010 Rita founded Slimexpo with a venture capital involvement, and she organized with her own team a Slimexpo Festival with a diet, health and beauty theme at a premium event venue in Budapest Aréna in the spring of 2011.
Mátyás Szentiványi MD PhD has graduated at Semmelweis University (Budapest) in 1992 where he received his PhD degree in 2002. Between 1992 and 1997 he was a Scientific Research Fellow and an Assistant Professor at Semmelweis University (Budapest). After that he had the opportunity to expand his professional knowledge as a scientific research fellow at the Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, USA) spending ghere 2 years. Between 2000 and 2005, he worked as a Clinical Research Associate, a Project Manager and a Clinical Research Manager at Quintiles Hungary Ltd. After 2005 he was a Scientific Consultant for 5 years and a Medical Director for 8 years at Roche (Hungary) Ltd. In addition he was an active member of the Communication Ethics Committee of Pharmaceutical Industry Associations (KEB) for 7 years. Since October 2018 he is the Director General of the National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition, where he is trying to utilize the experience he gained during his research and healthcare services for the benefit of the Institute and for the whole HUngarian population.