conhIT Trade Fair Highlights feature the latest products of partners and exhibitors at the fair

BERLIN, GERMANY – (HealthTech Wire / News) – From 14 to 16 April more than 380 exhibitors will be showcasing products and services that aim to improve medical care. The Trade Fair Highlights provide information on the latest products displayed by IT providers that are fundamental to safe and efficient healthcare. This list of trade fair innovations being shown by 42 trade fair partners and exhibitors is a summary of the products and services that visitors can find out about at the fair. The full document can be downloaded from the Press section on the conhIT website.

Innovative products improve medical care

The IT solutions on display at conhIT in Berlin cover the entire spectrum of medical care in hospitals, doctors’ practices, rehab centres and nursing homes. The focus is on products that can be incorporated into nationwide networks and facilitate decision-making processes as regards treatment. Attention will also focus on products and services that make it easy to handle ever-increasing amounts of data and extract the relevant information necessary for treatment processes.

Patient safety is another key topic at this year’s conhIT. Numerous companies will be showcasing software that can reduce medication errors and thus improve medical care. Better communication between doctors and patients can also help to improve medical care, which is why more and more IT products are being shown that give patients a greater say in the treatment process. They include systems that enable a two-way exchange of information between doctors and patients.

The conhIT trade fair highlights also provide additional, in-depth information on individual products and act as a guide and reference work for visitors and journalists.

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Source: HealthTech Wire

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