EAL participating at the Congress IFHE

Published on 13-01-2016 by Glenn vd Berg

EAL will participate at the 24th edition of the World IFHE.
The World Congress International Federation of Hospital Engineering ( IFHE) 2016 will take place at the World Forum in The Hague.

The IHFE is in the hands of the NVTG, the Dutch association for technical facility managers in the Healthcare market.

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About the congress by IHFE:

Healthcare is changing rapidly, influenced among others by the limited availability of fossil fuel, ageing in the sector, new technologies, and the role of new media. Technology plays an increasingly important role in this changing world of healthcare.

The IFHE Congress of 2016 has the theme “Sharing knowledge for better healthcare world wide”. It provides a large number of very informative lectures to inform and challenge attendees about using technology to offer both effective and efficient care.

We have created an interesting program. The congress will be opened in a spectacular way, later (among others) Edith Schippers, the Dutch Minister for Health, Welfare and Sport and Mark-Erik Nota of Sweco will deliver a lecture, the business exposition with over a hundred stands offers a lot of possibilities for networking and finally the first international Building Award will be presented.


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