pbsa Health Events

28-31 October 2019: Futurecom

The largest technology event in Latin America, Furturecom offers exclusive opportunities for networking, business generation and experience exchange. The event includes an exhibit of new communication technologies, and an international congress carrying out important debates around relevant themes around technology, industry policies, regulatory issues and market demands.

23-24 October 2019: Saphex, Gallagher Convention Centre

The pharmacy industry’s go-to event, Saphex is SA’s largest pharmaceutical expo and each year sees huge numbers, with attendees ranging from pharmaceutical manufacturers in the growing South African & SADC market to top technology suppliers such as pbsa’s own digital signature and workflow leader, SigniFlow. This year we highlighted our digital scripts solution, which uses cryptography to digitally secure and validate doctors’ prescriptions, and is legally binding.

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17 October 2019: Legal Confex NYC

The Global Legal ConfEx, held this year in New York City, brought together over 200 in-house counsel, law firm partners, law tech professionals, tech vendors and selected service providers. The event gives lawyer participants who have operational challenges the opportunity to liaise with service providers, such as SigniFlow in the tech and software areas, to resolve these.

8-9 October 2019: Healthcare Innovation Summit Africa, Gallagher Convention Centre

A gathering of Africa’s healthcare and technology communities, including the cream of the crop in the healthcare industry, HISA was a huge success. The two-day event gave the SigniFlow team the opportunity to showcase its software, which features an innovative workflow & cryptographic digital signature – also known as an advanced electronic signature – that is legally binding on doctors’ prescriptions.

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Saphex, Gallagher Convention Centre
The pharmacy industry’s go-to event, Saphex is SA’s largest pharmaceutical expo and each year sees huge numbers

HISA