Med-e-Tel 2015 Conference Program

Below is the Med-e-Tel 2015 conference program, listed per day and per conference room. Use it as a "menu" from which you can select those sessions and presentations that are of interest and relevance to you, or that you want to hear more about. Med-e-Tel is much more than just the conference program alone: it is the opportunity to meet and network with telemedicine and eHealth stakeholders from around the world, to see technologies and solutions in the expo area, and to forge new collaborations and partnerships with other participants.

Click here for a general overview of the Med-e-Tel 2015 schedule of events.


Go to Monday 20 April 2015 - Pre-conference meetings
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Monday 20 April 2015 - Pre-conference meetings

Conference Room 6

09:00-17:00
EHTEL/ELO Network Meeting

Tuesday 21 April 2015 - Pre-conference sessions

Conference Room 1

09:00-17:00
Expanding Health Data Interoperability Services

Conference Room 5

09:00-17:00
GET Bootcamp: Business Models and eHealth Innovation Routes

Conference Room 6

09:00-10:00
EHTEL/ELO Network Meeting

10:30-13:00
PARENT (Cross-Border Patient Registries Initiative) Meeting

    PARENT - Meeting

    Closed (internal) meeting

13:30-19:00
The SocialMe: A Master Course for Healthcare Professionals

    Presented by the ISfTeH Social Media Working Group

    Trainers:
    Raquel Gomez-Bravo, Harris Lygidakis, Maria Gomez-Bravo
    (click on name for trainer's bio)

    Goals:
    The objective of this master class is to explore ways in which healthcare professionals can use Social Media effectively and enable them to increase their return of investment.
    With small lectures and work in groups, a panorama of different implementations, good-practices and benefits will be presented. The participants will be facilitated in establishing their own Social Media strategy, integrating Social Media into their everyday practice, and managing the information flow and their online presence. They are also expected to reflect on the impact and consequences of their use, especially with regard to privacy and social responsibility.
    This session is aimed at healthcare professionals with at least basic knowledge of use of Social Media. Participants at a beginner level are welcomed, however prior acquaintance with the tools is recommended.

    The course will be structured in two modules:

    Module 1: Privacy for Healthcare Professionals Using Social Media

    • Best practices (including patients, HCPs, networks)
    • Review of the guidelines
    • Privacy on Facebook and Messaging apps (practical examples, showcasing), communication and befriending patients

    Module 2: Examples and Return on Investment

    • How to integrate Social Media into everyday practice, benefits of such Integration
    • Managing Social Media in General Practice: flow of information, content vs noise
    • How to analyse the implementation of a Social Media strategy and how to report it

    Preliminary Programme:
    13:30 Registration
    14:00 Introduction
    14:15 Interaction: What do you think are the best practices in Social Media?
    14:45 Review of the current guidelines
    15:30 Social Media and Privacy
    16:30 Best Practice Showcases: Patients, HCPs, Networks
    17:00 Break
    17:20 Social Media Management, Integration into Everyday Practice, Content vs Noise
    18:10 How to Analyse and Report
    18:50 Conclusions

    For registration, contact info@medetel.eu.

Wednesday 22 April 2015

Conference Room 1

09:30-10:00
Opening Ceremony

11:00-13:00
Opening Session: Global Telemedicine and eHealth Update (1)

Chair: Yunkap Kwankam, Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH)

14:00-17:30
IHE Symposium: Interoperability in Practice for eHealth and mHealth

    Presented by IHE-Europe and Agence eSanté Luxembourg

     

    Welcome Address (14:00-14:15)
    Xavier Bettel
    Prime Minister & Minister for Communications and Media, Luxembourg

    Welcome Address (14:15-14:30)
    Lydia Mutsch
    Minister of Health, Luxembourg

    Visit of Connectathon floor in the presence of both ministers (14:30-14:50)

    IHE Overview and New Directions
    Lapo Bertini
    Vendor Co-Chair, IHE-Europe

    Quality in eHealth Interoperability: IHE Conformity Assessment
    Alexander Berler
    Sales & Partner Director, IHE-Services

    Interoperability for mHealth Applications: New IHE Profiles for Mobile Use
    Charles Parisot
    Deputy Chair, IHE-Services Committee

    Unwired Health: Create Step-change Innovations in Mobile Patient ICTs
    Ignasi Garcia-Milà Vidal, EU Project Manager, Fundació TicSalut
    Michael Strübin, Programme Manager (Europe), Continua Health Alliance

    Break

    eHealth in the European and International Landscape
    Licinio Kustra Mano
    Head of International Projects and Interoperability, Shared Services of the Ministry of Health, Portugal

    Outcome & Continuation European Projects (EPSOS/EXPAND)
    Karima Bourquard
    Director of Interoperability, IHE-Europe

    Portugal-Luxembourg Example
    Heiko Zimmerman
    Head of Interoperability, Agence eSanté Luxembourg

    EU-USA Trillium Bridge
    Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General, HL7 Foundation
    Giorgio Cangioli, Project Manager, Trillium Bridge

Conference Room 2

14:00-15:30
Smart Technologies for Independent/Assisted Living, Ageing Well and Wellbeing (1)

Chair: Carlos Medrano, EduQTech, University of Zaragoza, Spain

16:00-17:45
Smart Technologies for Independent/Assisted Living, Ageing Well and Wellbeing (2)

Chair: Lenka Lhotska, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

Conference Room 3

14:00-15:30
eRehabilitation

Chair: Adesola Odole, Dept. of Physiotherapy, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

16:00-18:00
Lessons Learned from National Telemedicine and eHealth Initiatives

Chair: Marc Lange, EHTEL, Belgium

Conference Room 4

14:00-15:45
Primary Care

Chair: Marcus Lindlar, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Department of Flight Physiology, Germany

16:00-17:45
eLearning

Chair: Saroj Mishra, Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, India

Conference Room 5

09:30-17:30
EXPAND Project: Expanding Health Data Interoperability Services

19:00-20:30
UNWIREDHealth Project: Market Consultation

    Market Consultation of the UNWIREDHealth project

    On invitation only

Conference Room 6

14:00-15:30
Workshop: Funding eHealth and H2020

16:00-17:30
International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth

    ISfTeH Board Meeting

    Closed (internal) meeting

Exhibition Hall

13:00-14:00
Roundtable: Open Source Software in Healthcare - Benefits and Issues

17:00-18:00
Poster Session

Chairs: André Petitet, CATEL, France & Richard Scott, University of Calgary, Canada & Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Thursday 23 April 2015

Conference Room 1

09:00-10:30
Global Telemedicine and eHealth Update (2)

Chair: Yunkap Kwankam, Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH)

11:00-13:00
Empowering Women in eHealth and Telemedicine through Education

Chair: Veronique Thouvenot, WeObservatory & Millennia2025 Foundation

13:00-14:00
Roundtable: BRICS Telemedicine Working Group

14:00-18:00
Meeting of the Minds on the Phenotype Data Set (PDS) - Streamlining Data for Better Decision-making in Health (1): Interoperability

Conference Room 2

11:00-13:00
Smart Technologies for Independent/Assisted Living, Ageing Well and Wellbeing (3):
Roundtable: Challenges, Needs, Technologies and Services

Moderators: Jean-Christophe Vanderhaegen, Vice-President, European Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (EAHSA) & Bruno Salgues, Institut Mines-Télécom (France)

14:00-15:30
Smart Technologies for Independent/Assisted Living, Ageing Well and Wellbeing (4):
Roundtable: Role of Universities in the Silver Economy Context

Moderator: Malcolm Fisk, Coventry University, UK

    Presented in collaboration with Auton'Hom-e

    This session will continue the debate on challenges and opportunities around ageing well and new technological solutions, and will look more specifically at the role universities have to play (in research, development, education), how they can and should work together with each other and with other stakeholders, and highlight some existing initiatives.

16:00-18:00
Smart Technologies for Independent/Assisted Living, Ageing Well and Wellbeing (5)

Chair: Mario Macedo, Universidade Atlantica, Portugal

    An Innovative Technico-Medico-Social Structure and Platform for Services to Elderly
    Yohan Dailloux, Margaux Farenc, Maëva Piocelle, Laurent Billonnet
    University of Limoges, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Promoting Innovation and Efficiency of Solutions for the Elderly through Intergenerational Workshops and Experimentation
    Julien Diet, Elisabeth Rouffanche, Paul Sanchez, Christine Drouillard, Laurent Billonnet
    University of Limoges, France
    Centre de Ressources Domotique de Guéret, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Innovative Home Automation-Based Usage of Light Bulbs and Modern Lighting Equipment for Assistance to Elderly at Home
    Julie Bonneau, Anaïs Ortillon, Eric Bessaudou, Laurent Billonnet
    University of Limoges, France
    Legrand SA, France
    [abstract]

    Personnalized Information Channel Companion for Daily Life and Home Support
    Justine Barrois, Baptiste Gadiolet, Amandine Haussy, Laurent Billonnet
    University of Limoges, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    The Innovation Centre of Grand Guéret: A Community Tool to Boost the Sharing of Ideas and Pioneering Ventures
    Jérôme Bournaud, François Brico, Nourdine Katuzeyiko, Laurent Billonnet, Stéphane Saint-Amand, Eric Correia
    University of Limoges, France
    Centre de Ressources Domotique de Guéret, France
    Communauté d'Agglomération du Grand Guéret, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Ethical and Non-Intrusive Uses of Robots to Assist People with Loss of Autonomy
    Bachir Boularas, Sarah Chassain-Gamera, Tracy Etang-Salé, Laurent Billonnet
    University of Limoges, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Mobile Android Application to Help with Mindfulness Practice
    Antonio Ortega, Inmaculada Plaza, Carlos Medrano, Marcelo Piva-Demarzo, Javier Garcia-Campayo
    EduQTech R&D&I Group - University of Zaragoza, Spain
    Escola Paulista de Medicina – UNIFESP, Brazil
    Miguel Servet University Hospital, University of Zaragoza, Spain
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

Conference Room 3

11:00-13:00
Disease Management and Treatment Adherence

Chair: Gianfranco Mochi, Praxis Telemedicine & ISfTeH Chronic Disease Management WG, Spain

    Integrated Care and IT Solutions as a Tool for Continuity of Care and Patient Safety
    Dorota Kilanska
    European Nursing Research Foundation (ENRF), Belgium
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Blood Glucose Level Prediction for Mobile Lifestyle Counseling
    Rebaz Ahmed Hama Karim, Peter Gyuk, Tamas Lorinc, Istvan Vassanyi
    University of Pannonia, Hungary
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Know Your End-Users: Solid Organ Transplant Patients' Use and Acceptance of Technology for Self-Management Support
    Jasper Vanhoof, Bert Vandenberghe, Sabina De Geest, Patrick De Mazière, David Geerts, Pieter Philippaerts, Dirk Kuypers, Frederik Nevens, Johan Vanhaecke, Geert Verleden, Fabienne Dobbels
    University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Realizing the Potential of Information Communication Technology (ICT) to Support People Challenged by Illness or Disability to Maintain Their Independence
    John Brennan, Paul De Raeve, Dorota Kilanska
    Irish Association of Social Workers (IASW), Ireland
    European Federation of Nurses (EFN), Belgium
    European Nursing Research Foundation (ENRF), Medical University of Lodz, Poland
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    CLICT - A Scheme about the Completeness of Layers towards Integrated Care Enabled By Technologies
    Angelo Rossi Mori, Mariangela Contenti, Valentina Albano
    CNR-ITB, Italy
    [abstract]

    Telemedicine for Home Care and Therapeutic Compliance
    Simone Agazzi
    H&S Qualità nel Software, Italy
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Design and Implementation of an Expert System for the Diagnosis of Ebola Disease in Africa
    Valerian C. Agbasonu, Udoka Lydia Nnodum
    Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria
    Federal Medical Centre Owerri, Nigeria
    [abstract]

14:00-15:30
Telecardiology

Chair: Nico Bruining, Erasmus MC (University Medical Center Rotterdam), The Netherlands

16:00-18:00
eHealth Applications in Surgery & Emergency Care

Chair: Vesselin Gueorguiev, Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria

Conference Room 4

11:00-13:00
Home Healthcare & Remote Patient Monitoring (1)

Chair: Miguel Castelo-Branco Sousa, Centro Hospitalar Cova da Beira, Portugal

14:00-15:45
Home Healthcare & Remote Patient Monitoring (2)

Chair: Miguel Castelo-Branco Sousa, Centro Hospitalar Cova da Beira, Portugal

16:00-18:00
eHealth for Low Resource Settings and Developing Countries

Chair: Richard Scott, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

    Enabling Virtual Visits to the ICU at Apollo Hospitals
    Krishnan Ganapathy, Kevin Devasia, Yogesh Kumar
    Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation, India
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Tele-health Living Lab Framework Acting as a Proposed Solution for e-Health Strategy Implementation in South Africa
    Solly Phatle Maswikaneng, Zamikhaya Mapundu, Maredi Mphahlele
    Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Toward Developing E-Health Services for Emerging Countries: Current Status and Challenges
    Salahuddin Muhammad Salim Zabir, Yasuo Ishigure, Philippe Genestier, Yuji Maeda
    Orange Labs, Japan
    NTT Secure Platform Labs, Japan
    Orange Labs, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Spontaneous Telemedicine Services – What Can We Learn?
    Mars Maurice, Richard Scott
    University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Description of Factors Related to the Use of Teleconsultation System of Telehealth Network of Minas Gerais
    Cristiane Pessoa, Elaine Machado, Lidiane Sousa, Milena Marcolino, Daniel Neves, Maria Beatriz Alkmim, Antonio Ribeiro
    Telehealth Center, University Hospital, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    A Proportional Interoperability Framework as an Appropriate Growth Strategy for eHealth in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Paul Brandt, Oscar Rietkerk, Marijn Rijken, Michael van Bekkum, Karl A. Stroetmann
    Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), The Netherlands
    Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Empirica Communication & Technology Research, Germany
    School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria, Canada
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Healthcare Strategies Using Telemedicine and Sharing Know-How in Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS)
    Thomas Karopka, Monika Hubler, Etienne Saliez
    BioCon Valley, Germany
    iPath, Switzerland
    CCTOS, Belgium
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    SATMED, An Open-access eHealth Service that Integrates Different eHealth Applications into a Single-login Platform
    Titus Kühne
    Charité Medical University
    eMC, Germany
    SATMED, Luxembourg
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Standards Based Interoperability - Is it Within Reach of National eHealth in Low Resource Countries?
    Charles Parisot, Derek Ritz
    GE Healthcare, France
    ecGroup, Canada
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

Conference Room 5

11:00-13:00
Advancing Telemedicine Interoperability: The Role of Policy

Moderator: Elinaz Mahdavy, Orange & Continua Health Alliance

14:00-15:30
Evidence Based Telemedicine/Telehealth

Chair: Bruno Salgues, Institut Mines-Télécom, France

    Automatic Stress Detection Using Simple Telemedical Heart Rate Meters
    Mario Salai, Istvan Vassanyi
    University of Pannonia, Hungary
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    First in the World National Network of Teleaudiology
    Piotr Skarzynski, Henryk Skarzynski, Arkadiusz Wasowski, Maciej Ludwikowski, Artur Lorens, Anna Piotrowska
    World Hearing Center, Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    Institute of Sensory Organs, Poland
    Heart Failure and Cardiac Rehabilitation Department of the Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Econsult Face-to-Face Conversions
    Jennifer Pecina, Frederick North
    Mayo Clinic, USA
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Practical Experience in the Use of Telemedicine in Sports Medicine
    Alexandr Kovyazin, Anton Karpunov, Sergey Kungurtsev, Vladimir Ilyin, Leonid Zubov, Svetlana Manankova-Bye
    Nenets Regional Hospital, Russia
    Administration of Nenets Autonomus Okrug, International and Interregional Links Division, Russia
    Scientific Research Institute "Arctic Medicine", Russia
    Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine, Norway
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Hearing Screening and Hearing Screening in School Age Children in Europe, Central Asia And Africa
    Maciej Ludwikowski, Henryk Skarzynski, Piotr Skarzynski, Adam Pilka, Krzysztof Kochanek, Anna Piotrowska, Anna Zapert, Alicja Danielewicz, Roman Barylyak, Krzysztof Tarczynski, Irina Pierzynska, Kinga Wolujewicz
    Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
    Institute of Sensory Organs, Poland
    World Hearing Center, Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland
    Heart Failure and Cardiac Rehabilitation Department, Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Big Data Analysis Applied to a Preliminary Study of Domestic Violence
    Asier Lopez-Basterretxea, Alejandro Rodriguez-Isasi, Amaia Mendez-Zorrilla, Ainara Sudupe-Moreno
    University of Deusto, Spain
    Department of Forensic Psychiatry in Bizkaia, Institute of Legal Medicine of the Basque Country, Spain
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

Exhibition Hall

10:30-11:15
Roundtable Discussion about H2020 SME Instrument

13:00-13:30
Social Media Meetup

    Meetup with the ISfTeH Social Media Working Group

    If you want to find out more about social media for healthcare professionals, if you're a social media enthusiast, if you want to talk with other social media experts, grab lunch and join this Social Media Meetup on the ISfTeH stand in the Med-e-Tel expo area.

13:30-14:15
Roundtable Discussion about COST

17:30-18:30
Poster Session

Chairs: André Petitet, CATEL, France & Richard Scott, University of Calgary, Canada & Maurice Mars, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

    7. Building a Dataset of Smartphone Inertial Sensors Measurements to Study Falls and Mobility in Older People
    Carlos Medrano, Angel Sanchez, Victor Rodriguez, Barbara Olivan, Inmaculada Plaza, Rosa Magallon, Yolanda Lopez
    EduQTech, University of Zaragoza, Spain
    [abstract]

    8. Impact of Child Count+ Mobile Health Technology on Malnutrition Screening in Children under Five Years in the Millennium Villages Project in Ruhiira, Uganda
    Shohinee Sarma, Andrew Kanter, Bennett Nemser, Heather Cole-Lewis, Nadi Kaonga, Joel Negin
    Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, USA
    McMaster University Michael G. Degroote School of Medicine, Canada
    UN Special Envoy for Financing the Health MDGs and for Malaria, USA
    Tufts University School of Medicine, USA
    The University of Sydney, Australia
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    9. eHealth Application: Home Monitoring System
    Osman Esen, Hao Yu, Ying Yan, Lars Dittmann
    Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    [abstract]

    10. Using Transcontinental Telementoring to Train Laryngoscopy to Medical Students in Hanoi, Vietnam from Omaha, Nebraska
    Chad Branecki, Thang Nguyen, Michael Wadman, David Boedeker, Ben Boedeker
    University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA
    Doane College, USA
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    11. Teleconsultation in Veterinary Care: Maintaining Public Health by Deworming and Treating Neutered/Spayed Cats and Dogs on Sao Vicente, Cape Verde
    Silvia Punzo, Rossana Raineri, Paolo Tizzani, Alberto Lazzero
    SIMABO - Associacao para a Proteccao dos Animais e do Ambiente, Cape Verde
    European College of Zoological Medicine, Wildlife Population Health Diplomate, University of Turin, Italy
    ZOHE E-Health Open Zone, Italy
    [abstract]

    12. A Regional Research Platform Integrating Data from a PEHR Using Open Source Software
    Katharina Stein, Nilay Yuksekogul, Bjorn Schreiweis, Tobias Bronsch, Stefan Nost, Bjorn Bergh, Oliver Heinze
    Center for Information Technology and Medical Engineering, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany
    Department of General Practice and Health Services Research, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany
    [abstract]

    13. A New Generation Perspective on Distance Treatment in Social Media Age
    Pascal Nohl-Deryk, Jesaja Brinkmann
    European Medical Students' Association, Germany
    [abstract]

Friday 24 April 2015

Conference Room 1

09:00-13:00
Meeting of the Minds on the Phenotype Data Set (PDS) - Streamlining Data for Better Decision-making in Health (2): Value Creation

14:00-15:00
Social Media

Chair: Harris Lygidakis, VDGM, Italy

15:00-16:00
Social Media 101: Getting Ready to Redefine Healthcare Communication and Interaction

Chair: Harris Lygidakis, VDGM, Italy

    After a long period of reluctance, the use of social media in healthcare has been growing rapidly driven by the necessity to stay updated, and to communicate and engage with all the stakeholders, including patients, decision-makers and healthcare personnel, in a more efficient way. However, there are still challenges that need to be overcome in order to achieve a wider acceptance; the relatively steep learning curve and the lack of an instant return of investment, the limited awareness of guidelines and policies, and the arguably demanding integration in the everyday practice, are some of the challenges that hinder many healthcare professionals from embracing this new way of communication.

    The aim of this workshop is to offer a panorama of the uses of social media in healthcare and provide a practical guide of how to start using some of the networks and tools for professional purposes.

    Practical examples of how to employ social media in everyday practice will be presented and short demonstrations of popular platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, will be carried out. Moreover, the workshop will provide applied strategies that enable healthcare professionals to use them appropriately and facilitate the analysis and reporting of the outcomes that stem from their implementation. Successful showcases on Medical Education, Public Health and Patient Engagement, will also be presented. Finally, small group discussions will take place on the challenges that hinder their employment and the arguments and possible solutions will be examined in plenary.

Conference Room 2

09:00-10:30
Promoting Telemedicine/eHealth Practice: ISfTeH Student Videoconference Session and Contest

Chair: Adolfo Sparenberg, Instituto de Cardiologia do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

11:00-13:00
eHealth Economics

Chairs: Masatsugu Tsuji, University of Hyogo, Japan; Christine Huttin, ENDEPUSresearch, USA

14:00-16:00
Roundtable: eHealth Economics

Chair: Masatsugu Tsuji, University of Hyogo, Japan

    Roundtable discussion on the clinical effectiveness and economic efficiency of telemedicine and eHealth. The research and experience of universities and organizations from various countries will be presented and participants will share outcomes of mainstream applications or ongoing trials.

Conference Room 3

09:00-13:00
Pharmacy and m/eHealth

Chair: Jamie Wilkinson, Director of Professional Affairs, Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union

14:00-16:00
Telenursing

Chair: Claudia C. Bartz, International Council of Nurses & University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA

Conference Room 4

09:00-13:00
eHealth: Ethical/Legal Issues, Standards, Security, User Requirements

Chair: Marie-Pierre Gagnon, Faculty of Nursing, Université Laval, Canada and Ronald Buyl, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

    eHealth: 'Ready' - 'Set' - 'Go': Are We Still Stuck on 'Ready'?
    Richard Scott, Maurice Mars
    NT Consulting - Global e-Health, Canada
    University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    What Influences Electronic Health Record Adoption by Physicians? A Multilevel Analysis
    Marie-Pierre Gagnon, David Simonyan, El Kebir Ghandour, Gaston Godin, Michel Labrecque, Mathieu Ouimet, Michel Rousseau
    Faculté des Sciences Infirmières, Université Laval, Canada
    Centre de Recherche du CHUQ, Hôpital St-François d'Assise, Canada
    Centre de Recherche sur les Soins et les Services de Première Ligne, Université Laval, Canada
    Faculté des Sciences Sociales, Département de Science Politique, Université Laval, Canada
    Département de Psychoéducation, UQTR, Canada
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    First Experiences Implementing an IHE-based Open Source Patient Portal
    Nilay Yuksekogul, Peter Pensold, Katharina Stein, Bjorn Schreiweis, Bjorn Bergh, Oliver Heinze
    Center for Information Technology and Medical Engineering, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Experience of Integration of the IHE-based Luxembourg eHealth Platform with an Open Source EMR System, GECAMed
    Guido Bosch, François Wisniewski, Jean-Claude Karasi
    TUDOR, Luxembourg
    Agence eSanté, Luxembourg
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Interoperability Testing of Continua-compliant RESTful eHealth Platform
    Gen Takahashi, Yoshihiro Itoh, Yasuo Ishigure, Yuji Maeda, Philippe Genestier, Pascal Limeux, Olivier Graille, Alain Prola, Salim Zabir
    NTT Secure Platform Labs, Japan
    France Telecom - Orange Labs, France
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Return of the Introduction of a PRINCE2 Procedure to Manage the IT Projects of the Liège University Hospital
    Christophe Lejeune
    CHU de Liège, Belgium
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Break

    Telemedicine: Must We be Worried about the Consequences of Cyber Attacks?
    Andre Petitet
    CATEL, France
    [abstract]

    Standards for Telehealth and the Emergence of the International Code of Practice for Telehealth Services
    Malcolm Fisk
    Health Design & Technology Institute, Coventry University, UK
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Standards and Competencies for Telenursing: Are They Necessary? How Should They Be Used?
    Claudia C. Bartz
    International Council of Nurses, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Design of Modern Mobile Devices based on Medical Information Interchange Standards
    Ivan Evgeniev Ivanov, Vesselin Gueorguiev, Dimitar Tcharaktchiev
    Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria
    Medical University Sofia, Bulgaria
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Making Advanced Telemedicine Affordable
    Martin Kasparick, Björn Konieczek, Sebastian Unger, Frank Golatowski, Dirk Timmermann
    University of Rostock, Germany
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    A Globally Accepted eHealth Terminology?
    Richard Scott, Maurice Mars
    NT Consulting - Global e-Health, Canada
    University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Addressing Security and Privacy through IHE Profiles
    Massimiliano Masi
    Tiani-Spirit, Austria
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Readiness of Telehealth Implementation in Rwanda
    Aurore Nishimwe, Joseph Lune Ngenzi
    University of Rwanda, Rwanda
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

    Design and Implementation of a Hospital Database Management System (HDMS) for Medical Doctors
    Valerian C. Agbasonu, Udoka Lydia Nnodum, Cordelia Agbasonu
    Imo state University Owerri, Nigeria
    Federal Medical Centre Owerri, Nigeria
    National Open University, Nigeria
    [abstract]
    [full presentation]

14:00-16:00
Roundtable: Education, Training and Skills Development in Telemedicine & eHealth

Chair: Saroj Mishra, Dept. of Endocrine Surgery & School of Telemedicine & Biomedical Informatics, Sanjay Ghandi PG Institute of Medical Sciences, India

    The experience of universities and organizations from various countries in development of eHealth/Telemedicine education will be discussed as well as the opportunities for international collaboration in this field.

 


 
 

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Venue:   LUXEXPO S.A. - 10 circuit de la Foire Internationale - L-1347 Luxembourg