WEDNESDAY, 28 APRIL
RELIABLE INFRASTRUCTURES FOR E-HEALTH
The reality of a reliable infrastructure for the exchange of healthcare information across the Internet can only be achieved when international standards organizations agree to coordinate efforts and extend foundational standards to the healthcare domain in a way that is relevant to the entire community. OASIS and CommerceNet, join forces to present Reliable Infrastructure for eHealth, a Workshop designed to bring the entire community to the table to investigate the relationships between the standards that exist today and identify solutions to the road ahead.
The eHealth event will build on information presented at the OASIS Symposium on Reliable Infrastructures, expanding on foundational standards in the context of the healthcare community. Attendees are strongly advised to participate in both the general Symposium (Monday and Tuesday) and the eHealth Workshop (Wednesday).
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Global and local initiatives in healthcare and healthcare standards number in the dozens. This session will feature leaders in global healthcare including the UK, Norway and the US CDC, HHS, NIH and The Mayo Clinic. Attendees will gain an understanding of infrastructure demands and how many of the standards and initiatives fit into the larger picture. This is a must attend for anyone interested in the healthcare "big picture."
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Global epidemiology alerts based on agreed-upon information exchange standards are critical if the next pandemic is to be controlled. Leaders of health will be invited to this first discussion of a global reliable infrastructure for reporting epidemiological Information.
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