Introduction: Highlights in digital rheumatology 2023/2024
Johannes Knitza, Thomas Hügle, Martin Krusche & Latika Gupta

Best practices for virtual care in rheumatology: Lessons from Canada
Claire Barber, University of Calgary, Canada 

Digital self-management of rheumatic diseases
Elena Nikiphorou, King´s College London, United Kingdom

Continuous improvement of digital health applications linked to real-world performance monitoring
Stephen Gilbert, Else Kröner Fresenius Center of Digital Health, Dresden, Germany

Quo vadis digital therapeutics?
Okan Ekinci, Roche Information Solutions, USA

LLMs and Rheumatology – where do we stand?
Bella Mehta, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, USA

An inconvenient truth – and how DTx can help to ease it
Matthias Zenker, GAIA, Hamburg, Germany

Digital behavioral therapy improves Fibromyalgia outcomes: Results from the PROSPER-FM Multi-center, randomized controlled trial
Mike Rosenbluth, Swing Therapeutics, USA

Digital rehabilitation and the opportunity of remote monitoring in France
Thomas Davergne,  Sorbonne University, France

Fishbowl Discussion: DIGAs in Rheumatology – Reality Check
chairs: Martin Welcker & Jutta Richter

Okan Ekinci, Roche Information Solutions USA I George Jojo Boateng, Center for Digital Health Interventions Zurich, Switzerland I Marc Blanchard, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland I Andreas Dam, Daman, Denmark

Effectiveness of digital patient education: Results of the WebRA RCT
Annette de Thurah, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark

Superiority of a telemedicine-based ultrasound curriculum
Claus-Jürgen Bauer, University Hospital of Bonn, Germany

From Lupus to RA: Remote monitoring in rheumatic diseases
Antoni Chan, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Reading, United Kingdom

The role of ePROs in Rheumatology
Uta Kiltz, Ruhr University Bochum and Rheuma Center Ruhrgebiet, Germany

Improving diagnostic accuracy in Axial Spondyloarthritis: Results of a nationwide telemedicine project
Denis Poddubnyy, Charite Berlin, Germany

Federated learning of artificial intelligence applications for better health 
Andre Dekker, Maastricht University Medical Center, Netherlands

Transforming E-Health with AI: The impact on the patient journey in Osteoporosis
Guillaume Gatineau, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland