1st to 12 July 2019, Archamps, France
This new BioHealth Computing school looks at how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can potentially reinvent the European healthcare sector, particularly through needs-led innovation in healthy living and active ageing.
The programme will provide theoretical and practical knowledge regarding various aspects of AI challenges in healthcare. An experienced-based co-design approach, will enable participants to discover how they can develop innovative projects with a view to increasing efficiency in R&D and bridging the gap between the proof of efficacy required to pass regulatory scrutiny and the statistical demonstration of likely effectiveness needed to satisfy health technology assessment bodies.
The School is fully in line with the EIT Health network of best-in-class health innovators backed by the EU and their goal to deliver solutions to enable European citizens to live longer, healthier lives by promoting innovation. The school adheres likewise to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the UN, and in particular to the objectives of the UHC2030 programme whose mission is to create a movement for accelerating equitable and sustainable progress towards universal health coverage (UHC).