Vienna, 16.5. - 17.5.2023

dHealth 2023

LISAvienna is looking forward to meeting you at the 17th Annual Conference on dHealth - Health Informatics meets Digital Health

Since 2007, the dHealth conference is organized by AIT, ÖGBMT, OCG and UMIT. Each year, this event attracts around 300 participants from academia, industry, government, and health care organisations.

In keeping with its interdisciplinary mission, the dHealth conference series provides a platform for researchers, practitioners, decision makers and vendors to discuss innovative health informatics and eHealth solutions to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare by digital technologies.


Every interdisciplinary IT aspect of the pathway from sensors to decisions in clinics, health & care, biomedicine and/or rehabilitation, in particular (but not limited to)

  • Active and assisted living/Assistive technologies
  • Big data infrastructures
  • Biomedical and sensor informatics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Data analytics and visualization
  • Data protection and privacy
  • Decision support systems
  • Digital health information systems
  • Digital solutions for public health
  • Electronic health/medical/patient records
  • Ethical, legal, economical and social aspects
  • Evaluation and usability of dHealth applications
  • ICT in rare disease research
    Integrated and personalised healthcare
  • Interoperability (syntactic, semantic, pragmatic)
  • Knowledge-based systems
  • Pathways and guidelines
  • Predictive analytics & artificial intelligence
  • Quality and certification of health IT
  • Research IT infrastructures
  • Safety & security
  • Telemedicine & mHealth

Important dates 2023

  • 31.01. Submission deadline for full papers, short papers and student papers
  • 31.01. Submission deadline for workshop proposals
  • 10.03. Acceptance notification
  • 15.04. Early bird registration deadline
  • 16./17.05. Conference date
16.5. - 17.5.2023

Apothekertrakt Schloss Schönbrunn, Meidlinger Tor
1130 Vienna

dHealth conference website