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BD Automation Days






About the event



Connect
Gain insights from peers on visionary topics about connected medication management, while networking with other participants from your country and international experts.






Immerse

Take exclusive 360° virtual tours of fully advanced hospital pharmacies, followed by live Q&As with speakers.






Inquire
Participate in a series of expert talks to discuss how to engage discussions on automation and connectivity to your medication management pathway.
Take a seat


Day 1

5th April

We're kicking off BD Automation Days 2022 with a session on the future of hospital digitalisation. Virtually explore hospital pharmacies that benefit from automation and connectivity. Then, learn about various tools to plan your automation journey during expert talks.



Day 2
17th May

The excitement continues with a special focus on the power of data analytics and medication management. Take additional virtual tours by pharmacists. Interact with medication management experts to make your dreams of automation and connectivity reality.




Special Guest





The importance of "inspiration" in the absence of breath
Freediving champion, underwater filmmaker and choreographer



Breathe in. Breathe out. Hold your breath.

Dive in with Julie Gautier, French freediving champion, underwater filmmaker and choreographer. Under water, she feels weightless, freed from limits*. This is where she achieves her goals.

She will guide you into the void to reflect on the importance of getting inspired, learning from peers and exploring new possibilities.
So, sit back and reflect. You won’t even have to get wet. We promise!
 
1. Zaizoune S. Hallucinations, lâcher-prise, narcose… Julie Gautier et Guillaume Néry racontent les tréfonds de l’apnée. Madame Figaro. 8 June 2021. Accessed on 20 January 2022, at https://madame.lefigaro.fr/societe/julie-gautier-et-guillaume-nery-racontent-trefonds-apnee-hallucinations-narcose-200521-196575 BD-52366

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Speakers
Agenda
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In a context of increasing healthcare expenditures driven by an ageing population, more complex and chronic diseases as well as an increased demand for care services, national healthcare systems across Europe are striving to secure equal access to essential, high-quality care while protecting their long-term sustainability. European governments are more than ever focused on identifying ways to improve the efficiency of their healthcare systems while trying to extract additional value from available resources to address this dual challenge. Furthermore and as a result of the pandemic, hospitals are trying to recover revenues lost due to cancelled or delayed procedures stalled by Covid while managing shortages of staff. This personalised intricate challenge has created gaps in their ability to deliver consistent and cost-effective quality of care. From care model innovation to preventive and personalised medicine, room for improvement exists to optimize health care spending without being detrimental to access and quality of care. Additionally, the adopting and using of digital and automation technologies will play a strategic and critical role in driving more robust and efficient processes across the continuum of care and helping build a more sustainable health system, during and after crises.

Want to know more? Join our session on the role of technologies and automation in building more sustainable and resilient health systems.
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Do you want to watch the replay of this session, but aren’t you registered yet? Register now by clicking here.

In a context of increasing healthcare expenditures driven by an ageing population, more complex and chronic diseases as well as an increased demand for care services, national healthcare systems across Europe are striving to secure equal access to essential, high-quality care while protecting their long-term sustainability. European governments are more than ever focused on identifying ways to improve the efficiency of their healthcare systems while trying to extract additional value from available resources to address this dual challenge. Furthermore and as a result of the pandemic, hospitals are trying to recover revenues lost due to cancelled or delayed procedures stalled by Covid while managing shortages of staff. This personalised intricate challenge has created gaps in their ability to deliver consistent and cost-effective quality of care. From care model innovation to preventive and personalised medicine, room for improvement exists to optimize health care spending without being detrimental to access and quality of care. Additionally, the adopting and using of digital and automation technologies will play a strategic and critical role in driving more robust and efficient processes across the continuum of care and helping build a more sustainable health system, during and after crises.

Want to know more? Join our session on the role of technologies and automation in building more sustainable and resilient health systems.
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Do you want to watch the replay of this session, but aren’t you registered yet? Register now by clicking here.

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