eHealth Business

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Institutional Communication Service

25 October 2021

The week dedicated to eHealth Business will be back from 8 to 12 November. The programme developed by the Center of Advanced Studies on Entrepreneurship in BioMedicine (CASE BioMed) at USI and supported by Innosuisse aims to promote entrepreneurship in digital health.

Digital health technologies are rapidly changing the practice of medicine and the doctor-patient relationship. To help emerging eHealth companies better understand and develop the keys to success, CASE BioMed, Università della Svizzera italiana, has created a comprehensive one-week programme dedicated to eHealth Business.

This advanced training on eHealth Entrepreneurship will provide young and future entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills to tackle the critical issues vital for their companies to establish a strong position in the market, preparing the basis for future growth.

Participants will be guided in their leadership roles and learn how to start and finance their businesses.

Lectures and seminars will be taught by world-class instructors from the eHealth industry, academia, and venture capital. The programme moderator will be Mathew Farkash, an entrepreneur who runs an eHealth incubator in New York City.

eHealth Business, developed by Dr Heidrun Flaadt Cervini, Founder and Director of CASE BioMed, with Joerg Dogwiler, CEO Congenius, is one of the first international eHealth Entrepreneurship with candidates from all over the world.

Who should attend?

The course curriculum is aimed at:

  • Medical doctors, scientists and engineers wishing to get eHealth products and services to market
  • Entrepreneurs and managers from eHealth companies and start-ups who wish to explore and better understand the global sector
  • Investors interested in developing eHealth enterprises

The number of participants is limited to 25 people.

The event is already booked up.

More information about the programme can be found on the dedicated website.