The Nordic Workshop will be taking place in Education Room A, at the Beurs van Berlage - Damrak 243, 1012 ZJ Amsterdam, Netherlands
Data as a resource:
improving efficiency and quality in the care sector
This is the name of the theme for the Nordic Workshop, which will be taking place on 7 June, one day before eHealth Week officially kicks off, at 12pm. Join us for a "Nordic only" discussion and knowledge exchange. We will be addressing the following topics, amongst others:
- Sharing patient data in the Nordic region - benefits to society
- How far are we in eHealth implementation?
- Data streamlining, frameworks and standardization
Registration for the Nordic Workshop* is part of the eHealth Week registration system. Add it to your selections from a list of Partner and Networking Events. If you are only attending the Nordic Community Workshop, choose Optional Events Only Registration during the Registration Selection.
*Additional fee applies.
PROGRAMME 7 JUNE
|12.00 – 12.50||
Registration & Refreshments
|12.50 – 13.00||Welcome||Christina Roosen, Vice-President Public Affairs, HIMSS Europe|
|13.00 – 15.00||Data driven care in the Nordics – who is in the lead?||Maritta Perälä-Heape
Workshop, presentation by each nation
Findings to be presented at the Big Data Session, during eHealth Week.
|15.00 – 15.30||How far are we in eHealth implementation?||Prof. Jarmo Reponen|
|15.30 – 16.00||Coffee break|
|16.00 - 16.20||Personal Health Record in Norway: experiences and thoughts about the future||Anders Ravik, Head of Section Solution Architecture at The Norwegian Directorate of eHealth|
|16.20 – 16.40||Sector collaboration – what does it mean and does it give value?||Dr. William Holland, CMIO, Banner Health|
|16.40 – 17.25||Data streamlining, frameworks and standardization||Kaare Pedersen, Project Manager for Works Flow and IT-architecture at the Association of Danish Municipalities
Michael Johansen, Medcom
|17.25 – 18.00||Regulations – barrier or protection?||Bogi Eliasen, Futurist & Special Advisor on Future of Health/Head of Denmark Unit, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies|
|18.00 - 18.20||Leveraging data at point of care to save lives||Edward Marx, Chief Information Officer, New York City Health & Hospitals|
|18.20 - 18:30||Closing remarks|
|19:00||Nordic Dinner||NEMO Science Museum|