ABOUT MEDICA 2019

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MEDICA is the world’s largest event for the medical sector. For more than 40 years it has been firmly established on every expert’s calendar. There are many reasons why MEDICA is so unique. Firstly, the event is the largest medical trade fair in the world – it attracted more than 5,100 exhibitors from 70 countries in 17 halls. Furthermore, each year, leading individuals from the fields of business, research, and politics grace this top-class event with their presence — naturally alongside tens of thousands of national and international experts and decision-makers from the sector, such as yourself. An extensive exhibition and an ambitious program — which together present the entire spectrum of innovations for outpatient and clinical care — await you in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the professional "MEDICA Forums and Conferences" have become an integral part of the trade fair. Forums and several special shows on varied medical-technological topics are concisely presented in the halls as an attractive complement to the trade fair. E.g. MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM with MEDICA App COMPETITION, MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM, MEDICA ECON FORUM, MEDICA TECH FORUM and MEDICA LABMED FORUM. The conferences are the German Hospital Conference (the leading communication platform for decision-makers in German hospitals), the MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE, the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE and the International Conference on Disaster and Military Medicine (DiMiMED). Another highlight is the MEDICA START-UP PARK whre innovative young comanies present the trends in the medical technology of the future.

 Venue: Messe Düsseldorf GmbH

Messeplatz

D-40474 Düsseldorf, Am Staad

Entrances: North, East, South

Halls: Hall 1, 3-7, 9-17 and Fairground

  • 120000 Attendees

  • 5273 Exhibitors

  • 155 Countries

Program Overview Schedule

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:00 PM

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019

    Planning MEDICA 2019, along with a makeover of the hall layout, kicks off

    Digital health and medical technology come together

     

    The planning stage for MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf has well and truly kicked off, and exhibitor registrations are flooding in. Based on current industry trends and a lot of personal chats with exhibitors, this internationally leading medical trade fair will have a completely new look at its next edition (18 - 21 November 2019), with a new structural layout for arranging the themes over the halls. The MEDICA segment for information and communication technology will be shifted from Hall 15 to Hall 13 so that it has a direct connection to the halls for medical technology and electromedicine (Halls 9 to 14).

     

    Wolfram Diener, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf, sees this as a logical outcome due to the progress seen in the market and the industry’s needs: “Digitalisation in medicine is forging ahead at great speed and is equally bringing about huge changes in both product development and business processes. Today, we are focusing less on healthcare IT as an isolated discipline and are gravitating more towards digital health, specifically as part of the overarching digital transformation. This concerns all product and sales areas, particularly the convergence of software and hardware in medical technology and electromedicine, from app-controlled wearables to units for mobile and stationary imagery to robotic systems for surgery and information systems at patients’ bedsides.

     

    The communication and information platforms MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM and the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM will also be located in Hall 13 in the future. These forums both attract a lot of attention, drawing in at least 10,000 visitors at the last trade fair, and are established audience magnets with sessions and presentations on all of the relevant digital healthcare trends.

     

    The MEDICA START-UP PARK, as a platform for the creative, digitally driven start-up scene, will also move to Hall 13 to as its content fits well here, along with the big joint stand for the wearables technology show and the joint stand of the IT decision-maker’s initiative ENTSCHEIDERFABRIK. The best practice projects for digitalisation of clinics are showcased here.

    Halls 15 to 17 are dedicated to national and international joint ventures, with the main focus being on medical technology and electromedicine. 

     

    The MEDICA ECON FORUM, organised in cooperation with the Techniker Krankenkasse (a German health insurance company) remains a firm fixture in the programme as a platform for healthcare policy dialogue, as does the MEDICA TECH FORUM which deals with market-relevant themes on high-tech trends, created in close cooperation with industry associations SPECTARIS and ZVEI.

Medical Laboratory Schedule

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:00 PM

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019

    Medical laboratory exhibitors make the most of the new Hall 1

    Other changes have also come about as a result of the upcoming final touches to the new South entrance and the new Hall 1, which will be ready right on time for MEDICA 2019. The MEDICA exhibitor space for laboratory technology and diagnostics will move into Hall 1 (which has 12,500 square metres of space). This sector will use this space and will also have the run of their old grounds in Hall 3, located just next door. The temporary lightweight halls 3a and 18, used during the construction phase in 2017 and 2018, are no longer needed. The MEDICA LABMED FORUM with its speeches, presentations and discussions on trending topics in laboratory medicine (previously in Hall 18) will also henceforth be found in Hall 1.

     

    Apart from these reallocations, the hall layout remains unchanged: MEDICA is the only place that you can find absolutely everything for modern inpatient and outpatient healthcare on one fixed occasion in the year, with a huge range of innovations which has yet to be paralleled anywhere in the world.

     

    Once again, we expect to see 5,200 exhibitors from over 60 nations at this year’s event. The main focal points are: Laboratory technology / diagnostics (Halls 1 and 3), physiotherapy / orthopaedic technology (Halls 3 to 5), commodities and consumables (Halls 5 to 7 and 7a), electromedicine / medical technology, information and communication technology, medical furniture and specialist furnishings for hospitals and practices (Halls 9 to 17).

     

    In addition to the trade fair, the conference programme is also one of the main pillars of MEDICA.

     

    The MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE (20 + 21 November 2019) on aspects of prevention and sports medicine treatment concepts as well as the DiMiMED conference on disaster and military medicine (18 + 19 November 2019) should be mentioned. The conferences are held in English and address an international audience at the Congress Center Düsseldorf (CCD Süd).

     

    The 42nd German Hospital Conference (18 – 21 November 2019), a leading communication platform for decision makers from hospitals, primarily seeks to address a German-speaking specialist audience, as does the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE. With its treatment-oriented presentations, it is directed towards the professional scene of physiotherapists, sports medicine specialists and orthopaedists (20 + 21st November 2019 / Congress Center Düsseldorf Süd).

     

    COMPAMED 2019 will also take place alongside MEDICA 2019, on all four days (18 to 21 November) in Halls 8a and 8b. With around 800 exhibitors, COMPAMED is the leading international market platform for suppliers of the medical technology industry.

     

    Last year's MEDICA and COMPAMED counted a total of 120,116 trade visitors from 155 countries.

Focus on Future Topics Schedule

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:00 PM

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019

    MEDICA 2019: Clear focus on future topics and growth markets

    Exhibitors use the new hall structure to Re-Organize their presence

     

    As a result of the final phase of exhibitor registrations for the world’s leading medical trade fare MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf (running between 18 and 21 November), one thing is already apparent: Exhibitors have a positive view of the updated allocation of subjects to the trade fair halls and are aligning their participation to the new structure with regard to target group orientation and placement and are also, in part, expanding their presence. Despite a market environment that is becoming increasingly demanding, Messe Düsseldorf once more expects participation of over 5,000 exhibitors from more than 60 countries.

     

    “Increasing trade restrictions, higher margin pressure and Brexit – conditions on the market demand that our exhibitors pool their strengths, as must MEDICA, as well. There is a clear focus on future topics and growth markets,” explains Wolfram Diener, Managing Director at Messe Düsseldorf. Digitalization clearly sets the pace for market development and MEDICA takes this into account, which is reflected in the new hall structure and the programs of the accompanying conferences and forums, says Diener. “In future, the healthcare industry and medical technology will only remain competitive if they keep up with digital change consequently and strategically.”

     

    Based on this development and the increasing convergence of software and hardware, especially in the fields of medical technology and electromedicine, the MEDICA information and communication technology segment will be moved from Hall 15 to Hall 13, where it has a direct connection to the halls for medical technology and electromedicine (Halls 9 to 14). The communication and information platforms MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM and the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM will also be located in Hall 13 in the future. These forums both attract a lot of attention, drawing in at least 10,000 visitors at the last trade fair, and are established audience magnets with sessions and presentations on all of the relevant digital healthcare trends. The same applies to the MEDICA START-UP PARK, the platform for the digitally-driven start-up scene, as well as the large joint stand for the wearables technology show.

     

    Manufacturers of surgical instruments, on the other hand, will leave Hall 13 to move thematically closer to providers of imaging technology (e.g. endoscopy) as well as complete solutions for modern hybrid operating rooms in Halls 10 and 11. “With regard to performance and cost aspects, the operating room segment is possibly the most relevant interface of every treatment workflow and therefore particularly important for a clinic’s success. At MEDICA, we show top decision makers state-of-the-art technology and operating room organisation with short distances in concentrated spaces,” says Wolfram Diener, emphasising the clear benefits the new hall structure offers visitors.

Digital Change Schedule

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:00 PM

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019

    Digital change as an opportunity – MEDICA is the right platform

     

    KUKA and HUR are among the companies that view digital change in a competitive environment as a particular opportunity and see MEDICA as the right platform for international businesses. Computer-assisted training devices, for example, are at the core of HUR’s activities. For the Finnish company, taking part in MEDICA is a tradition – and for good reason, as Lena Karjaluoto, Executive Vice President at HUR, explains. “Here, we present our innovations, meet customers from around the world, train distributors and regularly make new contacts.”

     

    KUKA is also active around the world. The company specialises in automation and robotics and at MEDICA 2018 presented the LBR Med, a sensitive lightweight robot with various fields of application in medical technology. Subsequently, KUKA now plans an especially grand performance. As part of MEDICA 2019, they will present the "KUKA Innovation Award 2019”. “Healthy Living” is the motto of this year’s award, which is endowed with 20,000 Euros. KUKA consequently will be awarding the prize as part of the No. 1 international medical trade fair. The prize is addressed to developers, graduates and research teams in companies and at universities and aims to accelerate the speed of innovation in the field of robot-based automation and strengthen the technological transfer from research to the industry. The five finalists have already been chosen. They will present their concepts live at MEDICA 2019. The scope of their topics ranges from robot-assisted intestinal cancer diagnostics and robotic support in neurosurgery to robot-assisted treatment of microfractures in the spine.

Expanding Presences Schedule

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:00 PM

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019

    Expanding presences and renowned returnees

    Mindray and Zimmer MedizinSystems  are among the exhibitors that are flying their flags and further expanding their presence at MEDICA. To address the target groups of different disciplines selectively and optimally, medical technology company Mindray will present their broad range of products at two booths: the familiar booth in Hall 9 as well as in the new Hall 1. The latter focuses on applications for laboratory medicine.

     

    Their good experience with MEDICA caused Zimmer MedizinSystems to also book space for a second booth. As a full-range provider for diagnostics, therapy and aesthetic medicine, Zimmer will not only be present at their booth in Hall 9 (electromedicine and medical technology segments) bus also in the physiotherapy segment in Hall 4. With a record seven digit turnover in 2018, the company’s trade fair success did not come out of nowhere:  In the previous year, 20,000 doctors and therapists received ticket vouchers in advance. “Accordingly, our booth was well attended. MEDICA has accompanied us for years, here, we reach all our goals,” summarises Armin Zimmer, CEO International at Zimmer Group.

     

    The list of the most renowned returnees among the exhibitors is enriched by Abbott and Euroimmun. Together with every exhibitor in MEDICA’s area for laboratory technology and diagnostics, they will benefit from the upcoming completion of the new South entrance and the new Hall 1, where they will be presenting their innovative solutions. 

     

    The main focal points at MEDICA 2019 are: Laboratory technology / diagnostics (Halls 1 and 3), physiotherapy / orthopaedic technology (Halls 3 to 5), commodities and consumables (Halls 5 to 7 and 7a), electromedicine / medical technology, information and communication technology, medical furniture and specialist furnishings for hospitals and practices (Halls 9 to 17).

Conference Schedule

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM-6:00 PM

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019

    The schedule for the conferences has been set

    In addition to the trade fair, the conference programme is also one of the main pillars of MEDICA. The schedule for these has now been set for 2019. To name a few, DiMiMED, the conference for disaster and military medicine will take place in the Congress Center Düsseldorf (CCD Süd) on 18 and 19 November and the MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE (20 and 21 November) will focus on aspects of prevention and sports medicine treatment concepts .

     

    The 42nd German Hospital Conference, a leading communication platform for decision makers from hospitals, primarily addresses a German-speaking specialist audience (18 to 21 November / CCD Ost) as does the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE. With its treatment-oriented presentations, it is directed towards the professional scene of physiotherapists, sports medicine specialists and orthopaedists (20 and 21 November 2019 / CCD Süd).

     

    COMPAMED 2019 will also take place alongside MEDICA 2019, on all four days (18 to 21 November) in Halls 8a and 8b. With around 800 exhibitors, COMPAMED is the leading international market platform for suppliers of the medical technology industry.

     

    Last year's MEDICA and COMPAMED counted a total of 120,116 trade visitors from 155 countries.

Program Overview Schedule18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Planning MEDICA 2019, along with a makeover of the hall layout, kicks off

Digital health and medical technology come together

 

The planning stage for MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf has well and truly kicked off, and exhibitor registrations are flooding in. Based on current industry trends and a lot of personal chats with exhibitors, this internationally leading medical trade fair will have a completely new look at its next edition (18 - 21 November 2019), with a new structural layout for arranging the themes over the halls. The MEDICA segment for information and communication technology will be shifted from Hall 15 to Hall 13 so that it has a direct connection to the halls for medical technology and electromedicine (Halls 9 to 14).

 

Wolfram Diener, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf, sees this as a logical outcome due to the progress seen in the market and the industry’s needs: “Digitalisation in medicine is forging ahead at great speed and is equally bringing about huge changes in both product development and business processes. Today, we are focusing less on healthcare IT as an isolated discipline and are gravitating more towards digital health, specifically as part of the overarching digital transformation. This concerns all product and sales areas, particularly the convergence of software and hardware in medical technology and electromedicine, from app-controlled wearables to units for mobile and stationary imagery to robotic systems for surgery and information systems at patients’ bedsides.

 

The communication and information platforms MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM and the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM will also be located in Hall 13 in the future. These forums both attract a lot of attention, drawing in at least 10,000 visitors at the last trade fair, and are established audience magnets with sessions and presentations on all of the relevant digital healthcare trends.

 

The MEDICA START-UP PARK, as a platform for the creative, digitally driven start-up scene, will also move to Hall 13 to as its content fits well here, along with the big joint stand for the wearables technology show and the joint stand of the IT decision-maker’s initiative ENTSCHEIDERFABRIK. The best practice projects for digitalisation of clinics are showcased here.

Halls 15 to 17 are dedicated to national and international joint ventures, with the main focus being on medical technology and electromedicine. 

 

The MEDICA ECON FORUM, organised in cooperation with the Techniker Krankenkasse (a German health insurance company) remains a firm fixture in the programme as a platform for healthcare policy dialogue, as does the MEDICA TECH FORUM which deals with market-relevant themes on high-tech trends, created in close cooperation with industry associations SPECTARIS and ZVEI.

Medical Laboratory Schedule18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Medical laboratory exhibitors make the most of the new Hall 1

Other changes have also come about as a result of the upcoming final touches to the new South entrance and the new Hall 1, which will be ready right on time for MEDICA 2019. The MEDICA exhibitor space for laboratory technology and diagnostics will move into Hall 1 (which has 12,500 square metres of space). This sector will use this space and will also have the run of their old grounds in Hall 3, located just next door. The temporary lightweight halls 3a and 18, used during the construction phase in 2017 and 2018, are no longer needed. The MEDICA LABMED FORUM with its speeches, presentations and discussions on trending topics in laboratory medicine (previously in Hall 18) will also henceforth be found in Hall 1.

 

Apart from these reallocations, the hall layout remains unchanged: MEDICA is the only place that you can find absolutely everything for modern inpatient and outpatient healthcare on one fixed occasion in the year, with a huge range of innovations which has yet to be paralleled anywhere in the world.

 

Once again, we expect to see 5,200 exhibitors from over 60 nations at this year’s event. The main focal points are: Laboratory technology / diagnostics (Halls 1 and 3), physiotherapy / orthopaedic technology (Halls 3 to 5), commodities and consumables (Halls 5 to 7 and 7a), electromedicine / medical technology, information and communication technology, medical furniture and specialist furnishings for hospitals and practices (Halls 9 to 17).

 

In addition to the trade fair, the conference programme is also one of the main pillars of MEDICA.

 

The MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE (20 + 21 November 2019) on aspects of prevention and sports medicine treatment concepts as well as the DiMiMED conference on disaster and military medicine (18 + 19 November 2019) should be mentioned. The conferences are held in English and address an international audience at the Congress Center Düsseldorf (CCD Süd).

 

The 42nd German Hospital Conference (18 – 21 November 2019), a leading communication platform for decision makers from hospitals, primarily seeks to address a German-speaking specialist audience, as does the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE. With its treatment-oriented presentations, it is directed towards the professional scene of physiotherapists, sports medicine specialists and orthopaedists (20 + 21st November 2019 / Congress Center Düsseldorf Süd).

 

COMPAMED 2019 will also take place alongside MEDICA 2019, on all four days (18 to 21 November) in Halls 8a and 8b. With around 800 exhibitors, COMPAMED is the leading international market platform for suppliers of the medical technology industry.

 

Last year's MEDICA and COMPAMED counted a total of 120,116 trade visitors from 155 countries.

Focus on Future Topics Schedule18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

MEDICA 2019: Clear focus on future topics and growth markets

Exhibitors use the new hall structure to Re-Organize their presence

 

As a result of the final phase of exhibitor registrations for the world’s leading medical trade fare MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf (running between 18 and 21 November), one thing is already apparent: Exhibitors have a positive view of the updated allocation of subjects to the trade fair halls and are aligning their participation to the new structure with regard to target group orientation and placement and are also, in part, expanding their presence. Despite a market environment that is becoming increasingly demanding, Messe Düsseldorf once more expects participation of over 5,000 exhibitors from more than 60 countries.

 

“Increasing trade restrictions, higher margin pressure and Brexit – conditions on the market demand that our exhibitors pool their strengths, as must MEDICA, as well. There is a clear focus on future topics and growth markets,” explains Wolfram Diener, Managing Director at Messe Düsseldorf. Digitalization clearly sets the pace for market development and MEDICA takes this into account, which is reflected in the new hall structure and the programs of the accompanying conferences and forums, says Diener. “In future, the healthcare industry and medical technology will only remain competitive if they keep up with digital change consequently and strategically.”

 

Based on this development and the increasing convergence of software and hardware, especially in the fields of medical technology and electromedicine, the MEDICA information and communication technology segment will be moved from Hall 15 to Hall 13, where it has a direct connection to the halls for medical technology and electromedicine (Halls 9 to 14). The communication and information platforms MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM and the MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM will also be located in Hall 13 in the future. These forums both attract a lot of attention, drawing in at least 10,000 visitors at the last trade fair, and are established audience magnets with sessions and presentations on all of the relevant digital healthcare trends. The same applies to the MEDICA START-UP PARK, the platform for the digitally-driven start-up scene, as well as the large joint stand for the wearables technology show.

 

Manufacturers of surgical instruments, on the other hand, will leave Hall 13 to move thematically closer to providers of imaging technology (e.g. endoscopy) as well as complete solutions for modern hybrid operating rooms in Halls 10 and 11. “With regard to performance and cost aspects, the operating room segment is possibly the most relevant interface of every treatment workflow and therefore particularly important for a clinic’s success. At MEDICA, we show top decision makers state-of-the-art technology and operating room organisation with short distances in concentrated spaces,” says Wolfram Diener, emphasising the clear benefits the new hall structure offers visitors.

Digital Change Schedule18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Digital change as an opportunity – MEDICA is the right platform

 

KUKA and HUR are among the companies that view digital change in a competitive environment as a particular opportunity and see MEDICA as the right platform for international businesses. Computer-assisted training devices, for example, are at the core of HUR’s activities. For the Finnish company, taking part in MEDICA is a tradition – and for good reason, as Lena Karjaluoto, Executive Vice President at HUR, explains. “Here, we present our innovations, meet customers from around the world, train distributors and regularly make new contacts.”

 

KUKA is also active around the world. The company specialises in automation and robotics and at MEDICA 2018 presented the LBR Med, a sensitive lightweight robot with various fields of application in medical technology. Subsequently, KUKA now plans an especially grand performance. As part of MEDICA 2019, they will present the "KUKA Innovation Award 2019”. “Healthy Living” is the motto of this year’s award, which is endowed with 20,000 Euros. KUKA consequently will be awarding the prize as part of the No. 1 international medical trade fair. The prize is addressed to developers, graduates and research teams in companies and at universities and aims to accelerate the speed of innovation in the field of robot-based automation and strengthen the technological transfer from research to the industry. The five finalists have already been chosen. They will present their concepts live at MEDICA 2019. The scope of their topics ranges from robot-assisted intestinal cancer diagnostics and robotic support in neurosurgery to robot-assisted treatment of microfractures in the spine.

Expanding Presences Schedule18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

Expanding presences and renowned returnees

Mindray and Zimmer MedizinSystems  are among the exhibitors that are flying their flags and further expanding their presence at MEDICA. To address the target groups of different disciplines selectively and optimally, medical technology company Mindray will present their broad range of products at two booths: the familiar booth in Hall 9 as well as in the new Hall 1. The latter focuses on applications for laboratory medicine.

 

Their good experience with MEDICA caused Zimmer MedizinSystems to also book space for a second booth. As a full-range provider for diagnostics, therapy and aesthetic medicine, Zimmer will not only be present at their booth in Hall 9 (electromedicine and medical technology segments) bus also in the physiotherapy segment in Hall 4. With a record seven digit turnover in 2018, the company’s trade fair success did not come out of nowhere:  In the previous year, 20,000 doctors and therapists received ticket vouchers in advance. “Accordingly, our booth was well attended. MEDICA has accompanied us for years, here, we reach all our goals,” summarises Armin Zimmer, CEO International at Zimmer Group.

 

The list of the most renowned returnees among the exhibitors is enriched by Abbott and Euroimmun. Together with every exhibitor in MEDICA’s area for laboratory technology and diagnostics, they will benefit from the upcoming completion of the new South entrance and the new Hall 1, where they will be presenting their innovative solutions. 

 

The main focal points at MEDICA 2019 are: Laboratory technology / diagnostics (Halls 1 and 3), physiotherapy / orthopaedic technology (Halls 3 to 5), commodities and consumables (Halls 5 to 7 and 7a), electromedicine / medical technology, information and communication technology, medical furniture and specialist furnishings for hospitals and practices (Halls 9 to 17).

Conference Schedule18-Nov- 21-Nov-2019 @ 8:00 AM

The schedule for the conferences has been set

In addition to the trade fair, the conference programme is also one of the main pillars of MEDICA. The schedule for these has now been set for 2019. To name a few, DiMiMED, the conference for disaster and military medicine will take place in the Congress Center Düsseldorf (CCD Süd) on 18 and 19 November and the MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE (20 and 21 November) will focus on aspects of prevention and sports medicine treatment concepts .

 

The 42nd German Hospital Conference, a leading communication platform for decision makers from hospitals, primarily addresses a German-speaking specialist audience (18 to 21 November / CCD Ost) as does the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE. With its treatment-oriented presentations, it is directed towards the professional scene of physiotherapists, sports medicine specialists and orthopaedists (20 and 21 November 2019 / CCD Süd).

 

COMPAMED 2019 will also take place alongside MEDICA 2019, on all four days (18 to 21 November) in Halls 8a and 8b. With around 800 exhibitors, COMPAMED is the leading international market platform for suppliers of the medical technology industry.

 

Last year's MEDICA and COMPAMED counted a total of 120,116 trade visitors from 155 countries.

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