Global Information Inc. is pleased to announce a new Conference, "2nd Annual Electronic Health Records Asia 2010" by IBC Asia.
Digitizing patient health records promotes greater accuracy, efficiency and quality in healthcare delivery. In contrast, implementation does come with a set of new challenges such as infrastructure development, technology limitations, interoperability issues, patient confidentiality and privacy, and adoption resistance from stakeholders.
Learn how to deliver patient-centric healthcare through electronic health records at this year’s event, which will take place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Singapore from November 22nd to the 25th. The 2-day conference focuses on how governments in Asia and the healthcare sector in this region will implement electronic health records in their respective countries.
Top 7 reasons why this is one event you don’t want to miss:
- Get the latest on HL7 standards and SNOMED
- Learn about HER implementation and transition challenges and how health informatics professionals in Asia’s hospitals are responding
- Receive best practice tips on issues related to system interoperability
- Learn how cloud computing is being used in HER
- Identify business opportunities in data management and national and private HER initiatives
- Listen to case studies and lessons from HER leader nations (Denmark, South Korea and Taiwan)
- Become knowledgeable about the challenges in confidentiality and patient privacy issues associated with EHR
A special pre-conference workshop will discuss the topic of "Managing Electronic Health Data Now to Avoid Tomorrow’s Legal Risks". Additionally, the post-conference workshop will feature "Electronic Health Records Implementation: Interoperability Strategies for a Futuristic Health Information Infrastructure".
Key conference presentations:
- An overview and outlook of the electronic health records sector in Asia
- Facilitating and integrating patient care in Singapore - leveraging national electronic health records (NEHR) and the clinic electronic medical record and operation system project (CLEO Project)
- Hong Kong’s shared records platform initiative: setting the framework for future private-private partnerships in healthcare
- Malaysia’s nationwide telemedicine project as part of its integrated electronic health system
- Transforming Asia’s health IT sector through electronic health records - common issues and challenges
- Patient safety, data security and governance: strategies for a secure and safe patient experience
- Electronic health data protection and utilization and consumer rights
- Mobile and portable healthcare deliveries and its impact on electronic health records and patient privacy
- Data management and privacy issues affecting electronic health records systems
- Electronic health records system global best practice: Denmark’s eHealth strategy
- Cloud computing and electronic health records: the next step in the health informatics revolution?
- SNOMED and HL7: Setting up a compatible and universal-format application interface to support system interoperability
- The implementation of ubiquitous electronic health records at South Korea’s u-Severance Hospital: implementation & results
- Enabling borderless and better patient care through electronic health records: insights from World Medical Center Group, Thailand
- Interoperability implementation at the hospital: lessons from a Hong Kong hospital
- Addressing electronic health record interoperability through complete hospital and records management system (CHARMS): insights from a Malaysian hospital group.
- What can hospitals do to promote stake holder buy-ins for electronic health record implementation?