The Games for Health Europe Conference is the annual two days global conference where professionals in “care and cure”, scientists, game designers, pharma, technicians and business developers come together to learn from each other, to share experiences, to see and create cutting-edge opportunities for applied games. Take for example games to stimulate self-management skills for patients, to support patients to deal with chronic disease or to train medical professionals at particular skills like for laparoscopy or robotic surgery.
This is the right place to be. Learn about serious games and applications with proven effect. How did your colleagues manage to properly document their product? A process that needs to be completed in order to acquire a validated game and to stand a chance for valorisation. To eventually result in the desired profits. Benefits for your company, and for the users of the design in which you believe and for which you strive and fight for its success.
To move ahead with the proven product is the next stage. Do you have the appropriate business model? Are your customers identified and prepared to accept you as a partner in innovation and transformation of healthcare or society? To match and check your ideas we offer you the right audience; stakeholders in healthcare, policy- and decision makers, governmental authorities, investors and of course, potential customers.
“The enthusiasm and innovation of the participants and audience is quite different from any other ‘tech’conference I have attended and it really feels like somewhere where things are made, business is done, and a family of global enthusiasts get together to talk openly about how to move games for health forward.”
“I enjoyed our session and the rest of the Games for Health Europe conference very much because of the important, clinically relevant topics covered and the mixed, enthusiastic audience.”
“The whole event was delighted with real scientific vanguard contents. I enjoyed and was honored to be part of our panel, also so excellently chaired.”
“One of the reasons I enjoy Games for Health Europe so much is the sense of positivity and collaborative effort. As well as the game makers, financiers and commentators, there will also be clinicians, patient representatives and politicians.”