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Webinar: Remote Therapeutic Monitoring

Webinar: Remote Therapeutic Monitoring

RECORDING AVAILABLE NOW! How can rheumatologist track their patients’ disease activity and flares more closely by using remote therapeutics? The opportunity to provide continuous care to patients between office visits using digital technologies holds...

Digital Rheumatology Research Award

Digital Rheumatology Research Award

APPLY NOW FOR THE DIGITAL RHEUMATOLOGY RESEARCH AWARD!  This award is intended for scientists who have produced innovative master's theses, dissertations, or publications in the field of digital rheumatology. The research award includes: A prize of 500 Euros A...

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol.16

Podcast: Digital Rheumatology Network Vol.16

Welcome to a new episode of our podcast. In this episode, Professor Thomas Hügle interviews Dr. Jussi Salmi regarding his poster presentation at the EULAR Conference. The poster delves into an artificial intelligence method for predicting the status of...

Webinar Digital Pathways

Webinar Digital Pathways

RECORDING AVAILABALE NOW! Digital Clinical Pathways, are a disease-specific step-by-step movement of patients through the healthcare system (holistically also called the patient journey). These pathways allow monitoring of clinical indicators and digital...

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