HiNZ Conference & Exhibition 2019

About this event

The HiNZ Conference is New Zealand's largest digital health event .

Hear about the latest developments in digital health and network with colleagues and industry. 

Digital Health Week NZ runs from Monday 18 November to Friday 22 November 2019, at Claudelands in Hamilton.

There are optional workshops from Monday to Wednesday. 

Programme Overview

  • Monday - Data Summit
  • Tuesday- N4 Village Expo
  • Wednesday - HiNZ Exhibition Hall
    HiNZ Conference starts with lunch at 12.30pm then keynotes at 1.30pm
  • Thursday - HiNZ Conference & Exhibition
    Networking dinner at Hobbiton
  • Friday - HiNZ Conference & Exhibition
    HiNZ Exhibition Hall & N4 village closes at 11am
    Digital Health Week NZ closes at 1pm

Event run by:

http://www.hinz.org.nz/

Information about third party events has been provided by the organiser or sourced from the event website. Inclusion in the events calendar should not be construed as endorsement of the event by the Agency. Information is provided as a service to the digital health developer community, and all event arrangements may be subject to change and should be confirmed with the event organiser.

Monday, 18 November 2019 - 1:00pm to Friday, 22 November 2019 - 1:00pm
Claudelands Hamilton, New Zealand
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