at EHiN 2017

Plenary Sessions

Both days at EHiN 2017 will open with a grand plenary session in the middle of the expo area. We have gathered some of the leading people within the IT business, research communities, goverment and health sector. Day 1 the conference will be opened by Minister of Health Bent Høie.

Plenary Day 1
Plenary Day 2

Read more on our programme page


Norway wants to be the best at eHealth, that’s our politicians wishes. Sweden and Denmark also share this vision. Which nation will reach their goal first?
How can we cooperate? And how do we maintain greath health services in the Nordics with a fully digital health sector?
Join the closing debate on day 1 at EHiN between Norway, Sweden and Denmark, with Daniel Forslund(Sweden) and Nanna Skovgaard(Denmark).

Read more about the debate


On the evening of October 31st there will be a dinner for participants of EHiN 2017. The location for the dinner is the beautiful Gamle Museet in Oslo. There will be a three course meal, prepared by Fursetgruppen. During the dinner there will be good opportunities for mingeling and networking.

Tickets for the dinner is not included inn the conference pass, buy dinner tickets here.


The day before the main conference opens, we will be hosting two pre-conferences in Oslo Spektrum:  “Build your Dashboard in a Day at EHiN” and “The Digital Health Revolution is happening now: How will it affect Norwegian healthcare?

The pre-conferences are open for all participants of EHiN, but you need to register to each as there is a limited number of seats.

Read more about the pre-conferences

Themed Pavilions

This year we have expanded last years succsessful themed pavilions.
We have pavilions on Welfaretechnology/ Smart cities, Safety, Cancer & Genomics, Science, Dementia, Startup and Interoparability!

In addition to the booths from every part of the Norwegian Health Sector, these pavilions will help give this years participants a deeper insight into the problems and solutions that are being worked on within each theme.


Just a short stroll from the central station, Oslo Spektrum is one of Norway’s most respected concert/expo venues. With close proximity to accommodation, shopping, culture and nightlife, it lies in the very heart of Oslo.

Most people probably associate the arena with large-scale concerts and shows featuring international performers. However conferences/congresses and corporate events have become increasingly important to Oslo Spektrum, as well as plenary sessions and exhibitions.