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    • 7 november
    • 09:00
    • X Meeting Point, Oslo
    Anmäl dig senast den 7/11

    Norways largest meeting place for health digitalization

    EHiN is Norway’s largest e-health conference that works towards digitilizing the health sector and create the health services of the future. With a focus on knowledge sharing and collaboration between the public and private sectors, EHiN provides an easy path to competence for anyone who wants to succeed with the digitalization of healthcare services.

    EHiN stands for «E-Health in Norway» and is about bringing the tech-revolution, the healthcare, the clinicians and the politicians together to discuss what the future of health should be.

    EHiN’s vision: to contribute to Norway being a driving force in designing health services for the future, focusing on the digitalization of the health sector.

    EHiN is unique in bringing decision-makers, the business community, and the health sector together to talk, share knowledge, learn from each other, and to collaborate.

    They want to create a meeting place where the business community and those who develop technical e-health solutions can learn from those who work in the health sector and the public sector, and vice versa. They believe that progress as well as the best solutions, are made through collaboration and sharing of competence.

    EHiN has grown from about 600 participants in 2014 to 1700 in 2019. 2300 people registered for the fully digitalised EHiN in 2020. In 2021 they had 1150 physical participants and 1300 digital ones. 

    They want everyone to feel welcome at EHiN. Health is important to all of us. The huge technology revolution is changing the framework for health services, the use of health data, and knowledge of diseases. EHiN’s goal is to facilitate the conversation about how we can make use of the technology in a sensible way.


    You can check the program here and the speakers here.

    EHiN’s competence program

    With EHiN’s competence modules, you now have the opportunity to gain relevant knowledge in current topics such as artificial intelligence, cyber security, welfare technology and management in digitization processes, by building up and combining topics depending on your needs. Participation in three modules qualifies for completed module programme, and you receive a course certificate signed EHiN with partners.

    Each module is 90 minutes long and takes place in three intervals. It is therefore possible to participate in several modules during the day and combine several different topics depending on need. The modules Management in digital processes take place in a separate course but can be fully combined with other modules if desired.

    The competence modules will take place on 6 November at X Meeting Point, the same day that various pre-conference activities.

    Read more about the competence program here.

    EHiN Award 2023

    EHiN wants to honor and put the spotlight on the good, digital solutions that contribute to better everyday health for patients, relatives, and employees.

    Do you know of a solution – either completed or under development – that deserves a little extra attention and praise? Then we hope you will nominate the candidate via the nomination form. The deadline for nominations is 13 October 2023.

    The winner will be announced and the prize will be awarded during the gala dinner at EHiN 2023 on 7 November.

    WHEN: Tuesday, 7 November 9.00 – Wednesday 8 November 16.30

    WHERE: X Meeting Point, Kragerudveien 50, 2013 SKJETTEN

    FOR WHOM: For anyone who wants to succeed with the digitalization of healthcare services.


    • For public sector – Earlybird until the 10th of September. – 5 750 NOK inc. VAT

    • For business – Earlybird until the 10th of September – 9 375 NOK inc. VAT


    Nerea Garcia

    Event coordinator
    +46 (0)73 035 48 92



    Det regionala projektet DigitalWell finansieras av Europeiska Unionen – Europiska regionala utvecklingsfonden. Syftet med DigitalWell är att vi tillsammans ska utveckla digitala lösningar för behov inom välfärden med användarens egenförmåga i fokus.