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stc 2010 ppt

 Working space for presentations

Main Hall - HT 105

Day 1 - morning

Breu STC 2010 final.pptx

EFMI STC 2010 - Risk Assessment of Integrated EHR.pptx

efmi_ib johansen.ppt

EFMI_Quality_Improvements_Bredegaard.ppt

Empowering Patients_Iceland Huniche et al 2010.pdf

Hammond Seamless Care.pptx

Language Games-1.ppt

Day 1 - afternoon

2010 06 03 ByMedConnect EFMI STCl Engelbrecht-Demski.ppt

Blobel Keynote STC 2010short.ppt

CROATIA_Text.ppt

EFMI_when20supply20chain20meets20caredelivery_final_may_2010.ppt

GonzalezSTC2010V2.0.pptx

nagy.efmi.stc.2010.ppt

Oemig STC 20100603 Terminology.ppt

researchehr.ppt 

Day 2 - morning

Elkin-EFMI Iceland June 2010.pdf

Thun-GS1.in.ClinicIT.ppt

EFMI-DavidMoner-EN13606.ppt

Health Identity STC 2010 Reykjavik.ppt

SdeL_Interoperability at the expense of usability 040610.pptx

mazzoleniSTC2010.ppt

STC 2010 - Rigby.ppt

stc2010_rwipfli_presentation_v0-5.ppt

 Stoicu - Tivadar - STC2010 LST VST DB.ppt

 Day 2 - afternoon

Closing Remarks.ppt

EFMI-DavidMoner-EHRflex.ppt

mie2011_closing_iceland.pptx

Mykkanen-Analysis-Personal-EFMI2010.ppt

Oleg_Belov.ppt

Shifrin STC 2010.ppt

STC 2010 Mantas.ppt

STC 2011 Welcome in Reykjavik-1.pptx

STC2010.ppt

Transition.pdf

 

Hall 2 - HT 104

Day 1 - morning

 Dinesen et al Island workshop 2010.pdf

EFMI 2010 Reykjavik EHRS PHRS 1.1.ppt

STC 2010 Blobel_HL7-GS1 Workshop.ppt

Day 1 - afternoon

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Day 2 - morning

 EFMI 2010 Reykjavik EHRS PHRS 1.1.ppt

SFMs-EHR-S-Reykjavik10-JM.ppt

Spahni.pptx

STC 2010 Blobel_HL7-GS1 Workshop.ppt

Thun-GS1.in.ClinicIT.ppt

Day 2 - afternoon 

Analysis-Personal-EFMI2010-JM.ppt

 

STC2010 Bio PLE

  Bio Peter L. Elkin

Dr. Peter L. Elkin is a Professor of Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.  He is the Center Director of Biomedical Informatics and the Vice-President of Mount Sinai hospital for Biomedical and Translational Informatics.  He received his Batchelor of Science from Union College and his M.D. from New York Medical College.  He did his Internal Medicine residency at the Lahey Clinic and his NIH/NLM sponsored fellowship in Medical Informatics at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Elkin has been working in Biomedical Informatics since 1981 and has been actively researching health data representation since 1987.  He is the primary author of the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) national standard on Quality Indicators for Controlled Health Vocabularies ASTM E2087, which has also been approved by ISO TC 215 as a Technical Specification (TS17117).  He has chaired the OASIS International Healthcare Continuum and served as a co-chair of Health and Human Service’s HITSP Technical Committee on Population Health.  Dr. Elkin served as the co-chair of the AHIC Transition Planning Group.  Dr. Elkin is a Master of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics.  Dr. Elkin chairs the International Medical Informatics Associations Working Group on Human Factors Engineering for Health Informatics.  He was awarded the Mayo Department of Medicine’s Laureate Award for 2005.  Dr. Elkin is the index recipient of the Homer R. Warner award for outstanding contribution to the field of Medical Informatics.

STC 2010 City Sightsseing

City sightseeing and daytours

During the conference days some optional sightseeing tours are availible for those who prefer to use the time to see the surroundings of Reykjavik.

All sightseeing information and registrations are via Icelandic Travel -->click here

The conference main travel agency  http://www.icelandtravel.is

Other travel agencies in Iceland:
www.visiticeland.com
http://www.re.is/
http://www.visitreykjavik.is
http://www.icetourist.is/

Special STC 2010 tours are availible in connection with the conference see -->here

STC 2010 Bio WED

 Bio William Ed Hammond  

 W. Ed Hammond is Head of the newly launched Duke Center for Health Informatics, Professor, Department of Community and Family Medicine and Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University and Adjunct Professor in the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. He is a Past President of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). Recently he successfully completed his third term as Chair of Health Level 7. He is Co-Chair of the Advisory Council; and Co-Chair of the Clinical Interoperability Council. He was Chair of the Data Standards Working Group of the Connecting for Health Public-Private Consortium. Dr. Hammond was a member of the IOM Committee on Patient Safety Data Standards and a member of the Panel for the evaluation of ONC.  He served as President of the American College of Medical Informatics and as Chair of the Computer-based Patient Record Institute. He served as the Convenor of ISO Technical Committee 215, Working Group 2 for 6 years and is currently ISO TC 215’s Ambassador to Developing Countries. He was chair of the ISO/CEN/HL7/CDISC/IHTSDO Joint Initiative Council. He is a founding fellow of ACMI and a founding fellow of AIMBE. He was a member of the National Library of Medicine’s Long Range Planning Committee (2006) and a member of the Healthcare Information Technology Advisory Panel of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (2006). He was an advisor to the American Hospital Association Information Technology Standards Initiative Strategy Committee and a member of the Tolven Institute Governing Board. Dr. Hammond was awarded the Paul Ellwood Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 and the ACMI Morris F. Collen Award of Excellence in November 2003. He has published over 350 technical articles.

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