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309 – Digital Health Festival 2022 Feature Episode

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309 – Digital Health Festival 2022 Feature Episode

Earlier this year Talking HealthTech attended what ended up being one of the biggest Digital Health in person events for the year - the Digital Health Festival in Melbourne  …
November 17, 2022

309 – Digital Health Festival 2022 Feature Episode

Earlier this year Talking HealthTech attended what ended up being one of the biggest Digital Health in person events for the year – the Digital Health Festival in Melbourne

 

Talking HealthTech had a booth in the exhibition area, and Pete was moderating a panel on one of the stages.  It was a great way to bring start ups, health informaticians, clinicians, investors – all the interested parties together in one room, share ideas, connect and learn together.

 

Of course being Talking HealthTech – we interviewed speakers as they came off the stage to get their insights and a flavour for what they covered during their sessions, and in this episode of the podcast you’ll basically get a whirlwind tour of the topics and themes discussed in this big 2 day event that took place earlier in the year.

 

Now if you are loving the vibe of Digital Health Fest – they’re in full swing getting ready for the next one – it’s happening on the 6th and 7th of June next year at the Melbourne Convention and exhibition centre.

Get your tickets here.

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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