IHE-Europe together with eHealth Suisse, IHE-Suisse and IHE USA is delighted to be hosting the 2022 IHE Experience Day event in Montreux, Switzerland Tuesday 13 September, on the occasion of the first Joint IHE Connectathon that takes place simultaneously in Montreux and at the IHE USA Connectathon location – Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
All part of the 2022 Connectathon Week, 12-16 September 2022.
The IHE Experience Day will be a full day of interoperability-themed educational presentations, discussions, workshops and networking opportunities with the theme of “Enabling Digital Transformation in Healthcare: Using IHE and FHIR to Establish the Bridge”. The late afternoon track will be a shared session across continents “Building the Bridge” with the two IHE Connectathon sites!
There is a reason for everyone associated with interoperability to attend:
Seeing the latest developments in interoperability testing across many Healthcare Domains.
Being one of the first to hear the latest on European Union plans for the digital health.
Hearing of best practise updates to help with your interoperability issues and opportunities.
Learning about new topics, in particular:
FHIR-based International Patient Summary (IPS) Profile.
Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) Initiative.
Use of AI in Radiology.
Initiatives from National Deployment Committees.
Meeting vendors, users and interoperability experts and experiencing first hand, through the VIP Connectathon Floor Tours, the very essence of interoperability testing; seeing the IHE Gazelle interoperability platform that supports all testing in the Joint IHE Connectathon, IHE-Suisse EPR Projectathon and 24/7 in the IHE SHARAZONE service offering.
Networking with the IHE Catalyst team who can provide services to accelerate deployment and adoption of IHE to deliver interoperability quality in healthcare, wherever in the world you may want it.
Understanding the important benefits of the IHE Certified Professional (CPP) Programme.
Discover more about IHE-Europe AISBL:
IHE-Europe is dedicated to interoperability in health information technology. It begins with an open process of developing integration profiles to assure IT systems can talk to each other. Then it requires testing these systems to verify that complex computer coding delivers the data. Finally, IHE-Europe actively promotes wider awareness and use of these methods for assuring continued conformance and compatibility.