The webinar “Standardisation in the Health Sector” aims to shed light on the critical role of standards in the healthcare industry and foster a deeper understanding of their integration.
This event will offer valuable insights into the application of standards in key areas such as health informatics, artificial intelligence, risk management of health information technology systems, and the pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Join the event to elevate healthcare practices, boost interoperability and effectively utilise research outcomes through standardisation.
Standards in Health Overview: Why it is Important to Use Standards in 21st Century Healthcare - Robert Stegwee, Chair of CEN TC 251 Health Informatics, HL7 Netherlands Board Member, independent consultant for ICT in Health
AI Standards in Healthcare: The Sustainable Formula Includes Body, Mind, Technology and Standards - Serkawt Khola, CEO at EvoMedics ApS, Co-Convenor CEN/TC251 WG1, ISO/TC215 and DS/S-273 - Health Informatics TC Expert Member.
Talking Standards - How Formal Ontology Addresses the Heterogeneity Challenge - Pamela Hussey and Dr. Subhashis Das, Researchers at the CeIC, Adapt Research Centre, Dublin City University, and active participants in ISO TC/215 working groups.
Risk Management Standards and the Digital Transformation of Healthcare - Silvana Togneri MacMahon, Leading expert in health informatics standards at CeIC, Lero SFI Research Centre for Software, Dublin City University, NSAI.
Code of Practice on Standardisation in the European Research Area & Gateway to the Standard Development World - Barry Cox and Linda Hendy, NSAI Health Informatics Standards Committee.
Standardisation and Standards in R&I projects: VALUECARE and HSbooster.eu - Almudena Sánchez Ferrer, R&D Senior Project Manager at KVELOCE I+D+i & VALUECARE project.
Holistic Health Records: Fostering Personalization and Improving Prevention and Intervention in the eHealth - George Manias, Research Associate at the University of Piraeus Research Centre, PhD student in the University of Piraeus & iHELP project.