Do you feel that there is much to talk about interoperability in healthcare, but you don’t really find opportunities to speak with experts about it?
HCist is for you!
The third edition of the HCist – International Conference of Health and Social Care Information Systems Technologies will occur in Tróia (Portugal), between the 15th and 17th of October at the lovely Aqualuz Resort & Conference Hotel.
ICT solutions are being tailored for specific service providers, which according with the HCist organization committee, reinforces the demand that Europe has to reduce market fragmentation, mainly to reduce the lack of a common EU interoperability, testing and certification framework.
HCist is aligned with the Digital Agenda for Europe and expects to leverage the eHealth Technical Interoperability discussions in Portugal with debates and workshops, establishing a “shared vision and architectural building block to approach the EU top priority use cases, building upon worldwide technical profiles and standards” (Source: HCist press release).
A workshop about interoperability
iUZ CEO as been invited to talk about our expertise in the interoperability field, mainly centred in the Portuguese integration with epSOS network, and the knowledge acquired with IHE Profiles adoption and implementation.
By the way, did you read our last post about us joining IHE?
The conference will also discuss about:
• Healthcare Interoperability
• HIE – Health Information Exchange Solutions
• Healthcare Information Systems
• HL7 Standards
• EHR – Electronic Health Records
• mHealth – Mobile Device Software for Healthcare
During HCist, also will be held in the same place the ProjMAN 2014 (International Conference on Project Management) and CENTERIS 2014 (Conference on Enterprise Information Systems). These three conferences are organised by SciKA that aims to promote and disseminate scientific knowledge.
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(images from HCist website)
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