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Conferences on eHealth: Documentation and Presentations for Download, e.g. The Evening Session "From Hindsight to Foresight - creating integrated communities of care" - co-organised by EHTEL and IBM at the recent eHealth Week featured a compelling Thought Leader Panel discussion at the recent eHealth Week in Dublin. "EHTEL - Intel Workshop in the European Parliament: eHealth 2020 – What Synergies for Europe?": More than one hundred eHealth-enthusiasts – representing a wide stakeholder spectrum and many Nationalities – joined in to discuss two main perspectives of the future of eHealth: 1) From Experience to Vision: Trusting eHealth; 2) From Vision to Actions: Synergies for the Future of eHealth in Europe. [...] etc

Report: EHTEL - Intel Workshop: eHealth 2020 – What Synergies for Europe?

More than one hundred eHealth-enthusiasts – representing a wide stakeholder spectrum and many Nationalities – joined in to discuss two main perspectives of the future of eHealth: 1) From Experience to Vision: Trusting eHealth; 2) From Vision to Actions: Synergies for the Future of eHealth in Europe. The objective of the workshop was to highlight what is needed both at European and Member State level to take eHealth services a significant step forward, i.e. beyond the mere deployment of infrastructures and supporting a long term vision for eHealth in Europe. The objective of this report is not to minute what has been said, but to highlight the key messages that have been delivered by the panellists and by the proactive audience.

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Regions in Europe: Incubators for sustainable eHealth deployment

The EHTEL session at eHealth Week 2011 - colocation of the European Ministerial eHealth Conference and World of Health-IT - took forward the momentum and lessons learned at the Symposium "eHealth in Europe's Regions: Acting for Citizens’ Health"- jointly organised by EHTEL and the networks of the regions (AER &EUREGHA) in autumn 2010:

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WoHIT 2008: eHealth Planning and Management Symposium

Focus on: Change management for introducing clinical process orientation and archetypes across the community. Presentations include: "eHealth deployment roadmap and roll-out planning: Guiding design principles" by Angelo Rossi-Mori, CNR-ITB (Italy); "Assessing the clinical, economic and societal benefits from eHealth solutions approach and evidence" by Karl A. Stroetmann, empirica, Germany; "Health Care Process Modelling: How to develop semantic interoperability in health care? The steps before IT implementation" by Karl-Henrik Lundell, SALAR (Sweden) and "EHR and clinical archetypes" by Dipak Kalra, UCL (United Kingdom). Please click on the presentation titles below to download the PDF-Files.

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Update on eHealth Interoperability in Europe - focus on electronic health records

The event was co-organised by EHTEL and the University of Heidelberg on Thursday, 12 June 2008, 10:00 – 13:30 hrs at the DKFZ (German Cancer Research Centre) in Heidelberg, Germany and – organised shortly after the Calliope Network kick-off – provided an assessment of the recent state of affairs on interoperability in Europe and worldwide with an emphasis on initiatives with a deployment track record and with a focus on best practice uses cases.

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High Quality-EHRs WoHIT 2007

High Quality-EHRs - A Challenge for Cooperation in Health: Increased collaboration amongst health professionals is crucial for transforming healthcare. The design and implementation of high quality Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs) necessitate strong cooperation between all stakeholders in health.

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IFHRO Congress in Milan 16-19 November 2010

Health Records and Information Managers and Health Care Leaders around the world are invited to attend the 16th IFHRO International Congress at the Stella Polare Congress Centre in Milan,Italy. The theme of the congress is “Better Information for Better Health; The way forward to a safe, responsive and integrated healthcare”. The 5th National Convention of AIDOS (Italian Health Records Association) will be held to coincide with the 16th IFHRO Congress. Download here the Call for Papers

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"From e-Health to m-Health" e-ID Management and Trusted ICT Technologies for Healthcare [21 Sept 2010]

Pre-conference Workshop September 21, 2010 In the framework of World e-ID conference Sept. 22-24, 2010 - Sophia Antipolis French Riviera

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Continuity, Collaboration, Communication (3C) Rome 2007

EHTEL International Conference: Continuity, Collaboration, Communication: Challenges for Healthcare and Opportunities for eHealth. Documentation of the EHTEL International Conference in Rome, Italy (Congress Centre Palazzo Rospigliosi, Via XXIV Maggio 43, 00187 ROMA), 24-25 May 2007 [01.09.2008: due to a last-minute glitch in the ongoing relaunch of the website please allow a few days until all documents links are updated for the presentations download]

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Health-ID-Management 2006

.. one touchstone for interoperability [01.09.2008: due to a last-minute glitch in the ongoing relaunch of the website please allow a few days until all documents links are updated for the presentations download]

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Improving Care for Chronic Conditions - the added value of eHealth (2005)

Recognised Medical and ICT-experts met to exchange their views at our recent conference in Rome titled "Improving Care for Chronic Conditions - the added value of eHealth". While ICT experts were informed about the tremendous raise of chronic conditions foreseen for the upcoming decade, health professionals understood that the eHealth services being recently implemented across Europe will be a useful tool to cope with their growing burdens of demands for cure and care. [01.09.2008: due to a last-minute glitch in the ongoing relaunch of the website please allow a few days until all documents links are updated for the presentations download]

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EHTEL Conferences 1999 - 2002

Documention of the development of the Association and the beginnings of eHealth

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