Abstract Submission is Closed.
- Presenters of accepted abstracts are required to register for the conference before June 17, 2019.
- By submitting this proposal you confirm that your presentation has not been previously published or presented at an international meeting within 90 days of the conference.
- The decision on acceptance of proposals for oral or poster presentations will be made by the Scientific Committee that consists of leading professionals from local and international healthcare and academic organizations.
- Presenters and participants are kindly requested to reserve the Congress dates, of September 15-17, 2019, in their calendars until they receive notification of submission outcomes.
- The invitation to submit an abstract does not constitute an offer to pay travel, accommodation or registration costs associated with the conference. No speaker fee will be paid to applicants that will present their work.
Instructions for Preparing Abstracts:
You are kindly requested to follow these instructions; Abstracts should:
- Be submitted via the abstracts submission form Until April 2, 2019, at 4pm
- Be submitted in English
- Have correct and full contact information of the presenting author upon submission, including email and phone numbers
- Contain the following headings: Background; Study Question; Methods; Results; Conclusions & Health Policy Implications
- Include an indication of relevance to one of the conference’s tracks (detailed below)
- The text of the abstract should not exceed 300 words
- Abbreviations should be defined when first used and kept to a minimum
- Include a short bio of presenting author not exceeding 100 words
- NOTE: No graphs or images in any format will be accepted.
Abstract Review Process:
- All abstracts will be reviewed by a minimum of 2 Scientific Committee members using a standardized evaluation form. The reviewers will be blinded to the authors’ name(s) and institutional affiliation(s).
- Abstracts will be selected for oral or poster presentation.
Notification of acceptance of abstract will be sent by email.
Authors are requested to note on their abstract its applicability to one of the following topics:
Data-driven care – realizing the promise
Christian Lovis (Switzerland) & Kira Radinsky (IL)
It this era of Artificial Intelligence, how shall we harness the potential of advanced analytics and healthcare big data, to improve care effectiveness and support innovation?
Uber’ization of healthcare – dream or nightmare?
Daniel Kraft (USA) & Rafael Beyar (IL)
Tele-care is becoming a mainstay of healthcare practice. As such, new models of care provision become available and popular, including just-in-time meeting with a health practitioner anywhere and anytime, as well as semi-automatic care models driven by algorithms. Will these new care paradigms provide inferior care to the masses, or allow for an improved, personalized and timely new paradigm of care?
Innovation in health economics, and the economics of healthcare innovation
Peter Neumann (Germany) & Dan Greenberg (IL)
How does the age of innovation impact health economics? Can we utilize advanced analytic methodologies to change the way health economics is practiced, and do we have the proper economics tools to assess the potential and actual impact of innovative tools and practices?
New challenges and threats in the age of innovation
Harold Wolf (USA) & Avi Israeli (IL)
New ethical challenges emerge in this era of use of AI in healthcare – how shall we make the algorithms transparent and fare? How shall we tackle the challenges of equity as costly innovative tools become available first only for the affluent tech-literate few? How do we balance privacy with the societal beneficial impact of health data utilization? How shall we tackle cyber and hacking risks?