Marand and openEHR Foundation are hosting an event exploring the opportunities and challenges of openEHR. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, at SkillsMatter London, United Kingdom.
Andy Blofield, CIO of Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Jon Reed, Great Ormond Street Hospital 100,000 Genomes Project, Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Marand, Matic Meglič, Digital Health Director Medtronic and other speakers passionate about the use of IT to improve the current state of healthcare around the world will present their experience and vision for openEHR. The main goal of openEHR is to ensure universal interoperability among all forms of electronic health data, with a focus on electronic health records (EHR) and related systems.
Over the past years, openEHR solutions with a multivendor environment built on an open and agile architecture proved to be a successful approach to managing electronic healthcare records at any scale. There is a number of cases validating the vendor-neutral data concept.
Speaking sessions and a panel discussion will provide an introduction to openEHR for novices, along with guests talking about their experiences with openEHR, its implementation, scale of the opportunity, and vision for its capabilities to facilitate interoperability in health IT.
More details and the agenda:
9:15 Keynote: "The Postmodern EHR", Tomaz Gornik, CEO, Marand d.o.o.
10:00 Use Case: OPENeP– Andy Blofield, CIO, Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
"OPENeP An Open Standards Approach to an Integrated Digital Care Record"
10:30 Use Case: Genomics England, Jon Reed
"A federated approach to collecting clinical data for the 100,000 Genomes Project"
10:45 Use Case: PasientSky, John Creed, CEO, Norway
"Building a next generation, cloud-based primary care system"
11:00 Use Case: CORE: - Wouter Zanen, Program Manager, Eurotransplant, Netherlands
“Future-proof architecture based on openEHR ”
11:15 Use Case: Pathfinder - Tina V. Vavpotič, Product Manager, Marand
"Marand's clinical registries and care coordination framework utilizing Think!EHR Platform™"
11:30 Use Case: "GetReady", Matic Meglic, Digital Health Director, Medtronic
13:00 "openEHR Platforms, Tools and Applications" - Marand
13:45 "Introduction to Archetypes Modelling", Ian McNicoll, co-chair, openEHR Foundation
14:30 "openEHR Future: Task Planning", Thomas Beale, CTO, openEHR Foundation
15:30 Panel Discussion – speakers
"Advantages and challenges of introducing open platforms in the NHS"
16:30 Networking Drinks
18:00 Doors close