Virtual workshop focus
European Hospitals and integrated healthcare organisations are still striving to improve or change their EHR system in order to support efficiently the administrative and clinical internal workflows. Meanwhile, the implementation of clinical decision support systems (which rely on algorithms) require permanent access to a huge quantity of normalised data.
How do hospitals and integrated healthcare organisations (which invest heavily in knowledge creation and research) succeed to nurture and dimension an eco-system fit to purpose? And what are strategies pursued to configure the health data space necessary to fulfil those goals?
On 17 June 16:00-17:30 CET, EHTEL organises a virtual workshop entitled “Building the data-driven hospital and facing the challenges: from EHRs to data ecosystems” to learn how data-intensive healthcare organisations are developing information systems strategies to capture data from different sources and exploit it massively for improving healthcare and research. We will reflect on the organisational, technical and human challenges encountered by these health organisations and how they open up their information systems to new sources of data and knowledge.
Welcome and introduction
Presenters: Tino Martí and Luc Nicolas (EHTEL)
Time: 10 minutes
- CHU Liège
Presenter: Philippe Kolh (CHU Liège, Belgium)
Time: 30 minutes
- Hospital Sant Joan de Deu
Presenter: Arnau Valls (Hospital Sant Joan de Deu , Spain)
Time: 15 minutes
Dr Stefano Dalmiani (Fondazione Gabriel Monasterio, Pisa, Italy)
Prof Dr André Scherag (Universitätsklinikum Jena · Center for Sepsis Control and Care, Germany)
Time: 40 minutes
Key messages of the workshop and announcement of the next session.
Time: 5 minutes
This event is dedicated to all members of EHTEL, and mHealth Hub and InteropEHRate project partners.
You are not an EHTEL member? You can request an invitation to attend as a guest.
How to join
This virtual workshop is by invitation only. It has been designed for EHTEL members and EHTEL-related projects with a focus on health data eco-systems and mobile health data.
Participation as a guest is however possible.
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