A 2 day seminar focused on how clinicians, and healthcare organizations can get more control of the development of electronic health record systems and as a result, faster changes. With the right knowledge and tools, clinicians can cooperate better to agree on shared needs and be more directly involved in keeping the system up to date, without losing easy access to older patient data. We’ll discuss how electronic healthcare record (EHR) systems can share detailed information structures, terminology systems and decision rules – all designed and actively maintained by cooperating skilled clinicians and directly usable in systems (reducing the need of time- and resource-consuming reinterpretation and implementation by IT-staff).
Day 1 will provide an overview of openEHR and include discussion on integration of SNOMED into archetypes and templates, clinical knowledge governance, and application of clinical decision support - suitable for decision makers, interested clinicians, researchers and, health-IT-department staff.
Day 2 will be aimed at those wanting deeper knowledge about openEHR and hands-on experience within openEHR archetypes and templates.
Course will be delivered in Swedish and English.
Speakers: Silje Ljosland Bakke (Norway), Daniel Karlsson, Heather Leslie (Australia), Mikael Nyström, Erik Sundvall and Cambio MIG.
Date, time and place: November 9-10, 2015 - Linköping, Sweden