Aki Anastasiou to host HISA2017 at Vodaworld on the 29-30 August.
Aki Anastasiou, the host of Technobyte on Radio 702 and Tech Busters on CNBC Africa, has been confirmed as the host of the 3rd edition of Healthcare Innovation Summit Africa (#HISA2017), set to take place on 29 and 30 August at Vodacom World in Johannesburg.
HISA2017 will bring together CXOs, department heads and senior management from public and private hospitals, medical practitioners, IT leaders in healthcare, health-tech entrepreneurs, technology solution providers and academics.
Attendees will gather for two days of networking, lively intellectual exchange, and exploration to see what’s new, what’s cutting edge, and what will shape the future of healthcare.
Technology can address some of the biggest healthcare challenges in Africa. This year’s Healthcare Innovation Summit Africa will tackle topics such as robotics, electronic health records, delivering personalised healthcare, artificial intelligence, IoT in healthcare and much more.
About Aki Anastasiou
Mr Aki Anastasiou is the host of CNBC Africa’s television show Tech Busters. He is also an award winning trafficologist on Talk Radio 702’s, with his role on the radio station Aki has endeared himself to generations of Joburgers by guiding them through the city’s gridlocked streets each morning. Aki’s other great passion is technology and he presents technology and gadget driven features on 702’s Technobyte, and is a regular speaker and MC at South Africa’s top technology and innovation conferences.
Confirmed speakers at HISA2017 include:
- Dr Nomafrench Mbombo, MEC for Health: Western Cape Government, South Africa
- Raymond Billa, CEO at Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg
- Rajeev R Eashwari, Member, Ministerial Advisory Committee on eHealth & Director: eHealth, KZN Provincial Department of Health
- Burton Shinners, COO, Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital
- Ian De Vega, Director of Information Management, Western Cape Department of Health
- Leonard Slabbert, Head of Technology at Boehringer Ingelheim
- Vuma Magaqa, Director: Information Technology, KZN Provincial Department of Health
- Richard Gordon, Executive Director at the SAMRC
- Andrew Brown, Managing Executive, MediSwitch
- Valter Adao, Partner and Lead Director at Deloitte Digital Africa
- Elliot Sack, CEO at eHealth Group
- Nicolaas Duneas, CEO, Altis Biologics
- Simi Adejumo, CEO, Aajoh (Nigeria)
- Dilip Naran, General Manager, Med-e-MassMed
- Ronald James Urry, Specialist Robotic Surgeon, Netcare Waterfall Hospital
- Akhona Mkosi, Deputy Director: Innovation and Governance, Western Cape Department of Health
- Gyles Morrison, Founder, Clinical UX Association (UK)
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