2nd Arctic Conference on openEHR and Archetype-based Clinical Information Systems
Hands-on DevDays workshops
Explore the opportunities and challenges of openEHR
Interoperability, exploring the opportunities and challenges of openEHR
The 16th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics (MedInfo2017)
openEHR attended and exhibited at this event
Joint symposium, CISA(Platform for Clinical Information Statistics and Analysis) and nation-wide EHR project Japan - Bridge to the future, enable to use clinical data for global collaboration
Swedish Medtech are hosting two free educational days about openEHR and HL7 FHIR
Ocean Informatics and eHealth Education combine to deliver this training course about how openEHR information models and SNOMED CT can work together.
The very first openEHR unconference will be held on Jan 22, 2016 in Kyoto, Japan
The first training course in openEHR clinical modelling will be held in Kyoto, Japan on January 20-21, 2016
openEHR presenting at Digital Health World Forum 2015
The focus of these educational days in Linköping is on how clinicians, and healthcare organizations, can get more control of the development of electronic health record systems and as a result, faster changes.
Helse Bergen are conducting a 2 day introductory course in Bergen on 3-4 November, 2015
The Digital Health World Forum – 8th December 2015, London UK
Thomas Beale will present on the openEHR platform in Norway
A face to face meeting in Oslo, 16/17 Sep 2014, will be held to work on the openEHR roadmap, governance and future development.
Arctic Conference on Dual-Model based Clinical Decision Support and Knowledge Management - find out about GDL, ADL 1.5, openEHR apps...
On Friday, 19. April, Ing. Pablo Pasoz Gutiérrez will give a talk at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Argentina, about openEHR. This will be transmitted and recorded online.
openEHR Foundation Strategic Planning Seminar had focused on discussion of the current state of openEHR in order to develop both short and long term strategies.
This HL7 Australia "Future of eHealth Standards" Seminar outlined the recent developments in the use of openEHR Archetypes in HL7, the FHIR work (an Aussie development that is taking the global HL7 community by storm) as well as the Clinical Information Modeling Initiative (CIMI).
Two days of strategic events on healthcare interoperability in June in New Zealand.
Interconnected Health 2012 will focus on approaches, challenges, and solutions affecting the ability to connect health organizations and systems, and the role of IT as an enabler in achieving this connectivity.
CIMI held its 5th group meeting in San Antonio. Over 35 people attended in person with an additional 5 participants attending via WebEx.
MIE 2011 is the 23rd International Conference of EFMI - the European Federation for Medical Informatics, and takes place in Oslo. The conference will cover various topics in the area of e-health, health informatics and telemedicine.
Two openEHR sessions are scheduled at the next HL7 WGM in Sydney, both on Friday 14 January, the last day of the meeting.
MedInfo 2010 this year takes place in Cape Town, South Africa. The openEHR-related activities include a clinical modelling workshop and various presentations.
It is a pleasure to announce the 8th Medical Open Source Software Seminar will take place in Tokyo.
Various openEHR-related events are occurring at MIE 2009, this year at Sarajevo.
Tim Cook has been selected as an invited lecturer at the 10th Edition of International Free Software Forum or fisl10, to be held at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica (PUC-RS) in the city of Porto Alegre, Brazil.
PatientOS Inc. will be demonstrating with a live system which users can log into, the interoperability between two distinct systems using openEHR Archetypes.
The CHIME department, University College London, is hosting a 2-day training course on openEHR and SNOMED CT.
There will be a 1.5 day workshop on openEHR using the Python implementation (aka. OSHIP) at the XVIII IEA World Congress of Epidemiology.
The International Workshop on Open Source Health Informatics Projects will take place this month in Brazil.
This six-day international working conference is being hosted by NHS Connecting for Health to bring together IHTSDO's working group and project group members and members of National Release Centres from across the Globe.
This is a practical conference concerned with how todesign, implement, deploy, migrate, support and evolve computer applications that use SNOMED CT.
Various openEHR-related events are occurring at MIE 2008. A number of papers relating to archetypes and associated terminology issues are on the programme, as well as two openEHR-related tutorials.
There were 14 papers, workshops and posters at MedInfo 2007.