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Digital Health Society Online Workshop: Connecting the dots in maternity and baby care
The Digital Health Society invites you on 17 April 2019 from 09.30 – 12.00 CET to an online workshop on interoperability in maternity and baby care. In this workshop we dive into the interoperability aspects of maternity and baby care for which your input as experts your field is highly valued. In this session, we explore how different regions across the EU are using information standards to improve the maternity and baby care treatment. We invite you to share best practices as well as finding common principles and challenges. The outcome of this workshop provide the basis for continued collaboration in the Digital Health Society Network.
We look forward to your participation!
The Digital Health Society (DHS)
DHS is an open multi-stakeholder network focusing on improving healthcare for all Europeans by better and smarter use of digital technologies. One of the main challenges in this field is getting the right information at the right place in a way that is safe, secure and everyone understands what it means. The Digital Health Society Interoperability Task Force 1 focusses on taking small steps forward by sharing working interoperability solutions from all over the world. More details about this and the other task forces can be founded here.
We would like to invite you to join this online workshop via Zoom, which enables everyone to communicate via video, share their presentations, and collaborate.
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1. Opening and welcome (5 minutes)
2. Introductions (15 minutes)
3. Making the case: BabyConnect (20 minutes)
4. Making the case: ORCHA (20 minutes)
5. Making the case: HSE Ireland (20 minutes)
6. Sharing is caring: Common Ground and Challenges (30 minutes)
7. Getting Things Done: next steps (20 minutes)