5th MICA National Day
We are thrilled to invite you to 5th MICA National Day, a groundbreaking event for healthcare and critical care management in Belgium.
What is MICA National Day?
MICA National Day is a prestigious meeting that brings together renowned Belgian and global speakers with physicians and healthcare professionals who utilize the Epimed Monitor ICU system as the official tool in the MICA program. This event serves as a forum for an enriching exchange of experiences, insights, and innovations in the field of Intensive Care Units (ICUs).
Explore Crucial Topics
During this event, we will delve deep into a variety of critical subjects that impact the healthcare industry. Our discussions will include:
- ICU Quality and Performance Indicators: Obtain valuable insights into the performance metrics that promote superior critical care.
- Benchmarking: Explore benchmarking techniques that can improve healthcare standards in Belgium.
- Epidemiological Profile of ICU Patients in Belgium: Analyze the demographic and medical background of patients within Belgian ICUs. Learn how this data can improve care and resource allocation.
- Prof. Dr. Kirsten Colpaert
- Prof. Dr. Serge Brimoulle
- Dr. Tom Fivez
- Dr. Dieter Mesotten
- Dr. Jorge Salluh
October 6th, 2023 – The Hotel – Brussels
Open to Belgian intensive care physicians
This year, the MICA National Day is open to physicians who are not yet part of the MICA Program.
Take advantage of this opportunity to:
- Learn more about the Belgium ICU National Registry and its contribution to enhancing patient care by exploring the invaluable insights and data collected through the registry.
- Discover how to join the MICA Program. If you’re interested in the MICA Program and its advantages, our event will supply you with the necessary information to be a part of this transformative initiative.
Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in a pioneering event that will shape the future of critical care in Belgium. Join us at MICA National Day and be at the forefront of innovation and knowledge-sharing in the healthcare industry.
Together, we can improve the care provided in ICUs, drive enhancements in quality, and build a healthier future for all.