We are following the future, come along

Ana Castilho

Health in Public Administration | Society

 

Do you know the APDSI  association?

APDSI is an Portuguese Association for the Information Society Promotion and Development, created in 2001.

Main objective?
To contribute for Portugal growth and to conduct a top of the line country regarding worldwide development of the Information and Knowledge Society, facilitating citizens opportunities to benefit from the information society.

 

iUZ  –  an institutional Member

In February, iUZ decided to be an institutional member of APDSI, believing that we can also can help the Portuguese society with our expertise and human capital.

APDSI performs some activities, such as conferences or workshops, regarding Health, Education, Security, Justice, Electronic Businesses, Geographic Information, Society and Public Administration fields.

 

“Electronic Public Administration – What needs to be done?”

Last June 4th took place in Lisbon the “Electronic Public Administration – What needs to be done?” conference, where Professor Henrique Martins, CEO of SPMS – Portuguese Ministry of Health, Shared Services talked about Health in Public Administration and how Health in Portugal is fitting in these context.

During Henrique Martins speech, he mentioned epSOS and PNPSO-SISO, two projects where iUZ was involved as SPMS technical partner, regarding the Health in Public Administration issues, as well as:

  • Time consumption and several challenges that usually occur in an eHealth Information System
  • Difficulties during the creation of any IS with the Portuguese Data Protection Authority
  • Evolution process
  • eHealth Information Systems at an European level (e.g. epSOS)

You can watch Henrique Martins talk and visualize his presentation document (in Portuguese) about his point of view about the Health in Public Administration.

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(Image: Dima Bushkov)
 

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