Visit Us At The DMEA Trade Show in Berlin


Visit us from 21 to 23 April 2020 at our new exhibition stand C-108 in hall 2.2 at the DMEA – Connecting Digital Health – in Berlin. We care looking forward to meeting you.

As an event for digital health care, the DMEA also addresses visitors outside Germany. In cooperation with the German Trade & Invest (GTAI) business development agency, a thematic program of discussion and talk formats is planned. DMEA wants to promote not only interdisciplinary but also international exchange. Visitors should get to know best practices from Germany and abroad and exchange ideas with experts.

International Lounge as a Meeting Point

The central meeting point for the international trade public is the International Lounge powered by GTAI in Hall 3.2, which is the German Federal Economic Development Agency. The International Lounge offers companies from all over the world the opportunity to find out about the German market for digital health applications. This year, the opportunities arising from the Digital Health Care Act will be highlighted in particular. Likewise, German companies can inform themselves here about promising foreign markets.

Guided Tours and Translations in English

In addition to the English language offer in the International Lounge powered by GTAI, international trade visitors can take part in English language guided tours of the healthcare market in Germany. Simultaneous translations of the congress sessions and keynotes will also be provided. The topics covered at the congress range from AI and robotics in medicine to the digitalisation of nursing care processes, IT security and interoperability standards.

Promoting International Terminologies

Especially in the field of interoperability, “mutual understanding” plays a central role. This requires terminology. If different IT systems in a digital healthcare system are to communicate efficiently without frictional losses, terminologies are absolutely essential. Though without terminology IT systems can be networked, they cannot exchange information properly because they do not speak the same language resulting in inefficiency. In addition, terminologies are an advantage in an increasingly international network.