Isansys CEO Keith Errey will be debunking "Technology Myths in eHealth" in a speech at the NMI event The Future World Symposium 2012 (24th-25th April, Wembley Stadium, London).
Keith will be an invited speaker at the event - the National Microelectronics Institute (NMI)'s flagship conference and exhibition - which this year focuses on key industry themes including the Mobile Consumer, the Connected Home, e-enabled Health and Future Automotive.
Keith's conference address will be given on 24th April as part of the e-Health session and will focus on how e-health has been continually presented as the great money-spinning holy grail markets for technology companies and explore why these companies - particularly IT, computer and semiconductor businesses - have failed to make any impact whatsoever. Keith's presentation will examine the most common myths and why they lead to commercial failures in the context of the special nature of the market and the ways in which healthcare is actually delivered and practised. It will then offer a roadmap towards workable and effective business models that will bring the benefits of new technologies to patients and providers.
The annual Future World Symposium brings together key figures in the industry to explore the road ahead. Over two days, thought leaders, researchers and industrialists will be exploring opportunity for electronic systems to solve societal challenges and provide economic benefits.
For full details of the conference and to register, please visit: http://www.nmi.org.uk/events/FWS2012