After rollout of applications based on Think!EHR Platform™ to primary care institutions, Moscow City’s Department of Information Technology decided to use the same platform to build solutions for over one hundred public hospitals.
A state-wide EHR in Australia has been showcased as an example of a successful EHR implementation by a recent WHO eHealth report
As co-chair of the OpenEHR Foundation, and Marand's CEO Tomaž Gornik will be presenting on “Imperative for Common Standards – what are the benefits and opportunities?” at the eHealth Ireland & Northern Ireland 1st Joint Ecosystem Gathering on December 1st 2016.
World-leading healthcare and IT professionals, managers, academics, companies and universities, suppliers and users from both the public and the private sector are coming together to discuss ideas, fundamentals, applications and policies related to Health Informatics in Brazil and the world.
Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Marand, will moderate a session entitled ”The CIO as Regional Leader” at WOHIT 2016 in Barcelona, November 21st at 12:00.
A total of six sub-projects worth €8.66 million, implemented over a three-year period will make up the EkoSMART project, directed primarily at the areas of health, mobility, active lifestyle and wellbeing.
Marand CEO will speak at the 2016 Connected Health Symposium, on October 20-21 in Boston, MA.
Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Marand and Co-Chair of openEHR Foundation, will present at the largest Swiss eHealth event. The data models are key. They give meaning to the data. Unless vendors release the data models, true sharing, interoperability and collaboration will not take off.
Apperta, in partnership with CGI and Marand are pleased to announce OPENeP - an Open-Source medication management product developed by Marand, in collaboration with the NHS and supported by CGI’s expertise in the integration and implementation of health IT systems.
Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Marand, will speak at OSEHRA Open Source Summit in Washington DC, the largest annual event in open source health-technologies in the USA.
Marand presenting the first eHealth platform to combine IHE and openEHR at eHealthWeek in Amsterdam
Marand will be showcasing its leading Think!EHR PlatformTM at the Booth Rua K / 98. Meet us there to find out how our “Integrate. Open. Innovate.” approach is being used to build truly postmodern EHRs in South America, too.
Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Marand will moderate a session on Postmodern EHRs at Health 2.0 Europe in Barcelona, May 12th at 10:15. The session will focus on moving beyond today’s monolithic solutions by decoupling applications from health data, opening them up to integration and avoiding vendor loc
At eHealthWeek UK Anže Droljc of Marand will talk about how healthcare IT should address the complexities and opportunities of healthcare today and how Marand’s medication management system – OPENeP is leveraging the Postmodern architecture.
Ocean Informatics is set to use the success of their LinkedEHR platform to offer its services and technology to more PHNs
Marand open sources ADL Designer, a web-based reference implementation of clinical modelling tools for openEHR archetype development compliant with ADL 2.0.5 specification.
Marand will be showcasing Think!EHR Platform™ at the openEHR booth at MEDINFO’15 in São Paulo, Brazil, from August 19-23, 2015.
Marand has signed a contract with Hospital Sírio-Libanês, one of the premier healthcare institutions in South America. Hospital Sírio-Libanês will use Think!EHR Platform™ as a vendor-neutral structured data repository as well as a foundation for the development of a s
As a Contributing sponsor, Marand will showcase Think!EHR Platform at mHealth Summit and eHealth Week in Riga, Latvia, May 11-12, 2015
openEHR Foundation presentation to Stockholm County Council on the open e-health platform conceptt
Western Sydney is trialling a new model of shared care with Ocean's LinkedEHR Care Planning solution
Marand will participate as an exhibitor and sponsor at the upcoming Health & Wellness track of the Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona, Spain from 2-5 March, 2015.
Marand CEO Tomaz Gornik will speak about the use of the "open data, open APIs" concept in several real world use cases at the upcoming HIMSS Integrated Health Innovations Conference in Dubai, held at the Ritz Carlton DIFC, Dubai from 17-18 December 2014.
Marand is pleased to announce the release of its Medication Management solution as open source software under the AGPL license in order to enable its use free of charge in the OPENeP project which is being supported by NHS England.
Think!EHR Platform lead developer Bostjan Lah to present and participate in panel on "The future of the EMR (EPD) & the Healthcare Consumer"
The International HL7 FHIR Developer Days 2014 will be held on November 24th-26th in Amsterdam. Think!EHR Platform lead developer Bostjan Lah will represent Marand at the event.
Brazil is actively moving towards developing an openEHR eHealth environment
The first phase of the Industry Group sponsored archetype sprint has commenced.
The report of this meeting is now available on the website.
Marand among 155 SMEs selected from 2,662 proposals
Marand CEO Tomaz Gornik will speak as part of a panel titled "From big to smart and open-just how we like data!" at the upcoming Health 2.0 Europe conference in London
Hosted by the Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine, the conference was a great opportunity to meet the most relevant figures in the area of health informatics and discuss the challenges in interoperability and clinical knowledge management we are currently facing.
Marand will present at Application Implementation and Design HL7 "User Group" out-of-cycle meeting to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014.
Marand and DIPS ASA announced they are entering into a distribution agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, DIPS ASA will use and distribute Think!EHR Platform in the Norwegian healthcare market.
Among a select group of innovative SMEs, Marand CEO Tomaz Gornik attended attended lunch with Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice President responsible for the Digital Agenda Europe on Monday, May 12th at eHealth Forum 2014 in Athens, Greece.
Marand and CRITICAL Software announced they are entering into a partnership agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, CRITICAL Software will use and distribute Think!EHR Platform in the healthcare markets of Portugal and Brasil
Marand will participate at eHealth Forum 2014 ( www.ehealth2014.org) from May 12-14, 2014 at the Megaron Athens International ConferenceCentre (MAICC) by exhibiting the latest release of our health data platform.
The Ocean Informatics CKM was deployed at the Slovenia Minstry of Health on February 2014 under a contract managed by Marand, supplier of National health information exchange network
At World of Health IT Conference and Exhibition (WoHIT) 2014, Think!EHR Platform was awarded second at eHealthcompetition for "Best eHealth Solution developed by an EU SME"
Marand Think!EHR Platform chosen in last 16 from 150 entries for best eHealth solution by an EU SME
Marand adds the Harvard SMART API to enable it to offer both the SMART Pediatric Growth Chart and SMART Blood Pressure Centiles apps
At the recently concluded IHE Connectathon 2013 held in Istanbul, Turkey, Marand's Think!EHR Platform™ v2.1 received certification for four IHE Integration profiles.
The second part of a series of seminars on the use of the international open standard medical management, storage and exchange of electronic medical records (openEHR) will be hosted in Moscow.
A consortium led by IBS Moscow and including three openEHR vendors - Marand, Infinnity, and Ocean Informatics - has won the contract for the pilot of the Moscow city integrated medical information system.
Northern Territory Health has deployed a Shared Electronic Health Record system for over 50,000 remote indigenous people based on the Ocean Informatics EHR platform.
Infection Control system, Multiprac, for 22 large hospitals in Queensland based on the Ocean OceanEHR platform has been inmplemented.
As part of operationalising chapter III of the government decree, a national EHR Workshop was held aimed at defining methods and standards to be used in the Brazilian EHR Project (RES-National). The conclusions were largely underpinned by openEHR.
P2D, Brazil, deploys web-based ambulantory care EHR to around 3,000 health professionals including doctors, physiotherapists, nurses and receptionists (primarily Brazilian College of Ophthalmologists).
The Clinical Information Modeling Initiative is an international collaboration that is dedicated to providing a common format for detailed specifications for the representation of health information content so that semantically interoperable information may be created and shared in health records.
Brazil has chosen to use openEHR and archetypes for the shareable EHR at three levels of government - federal, state and municipal.
Organizations will explore how clinical terminologies and archetype-based record structures can best be aligned to support electronic health records.
The openEHR health computing platform will be used as the basis of the core clinical repository for the Sintero project funded by a £1.1m grant from the Wellcome Trust.
The latest edition of Microsoft's Connected Health Framework - a strategy based on the idea of 'knowledge-driven health' - includes openEHR (ISO 13606-2) archetypes as part of its domain knowledge architecture.
Vivici of the Netherlands announce their personal health record based on openEHR.