Yesterday, Cambio CDS hosted a workshop at the University of Heidelberg together with the Institute of Medical Biometry and Informatics to spread knowledge on how to build clinical decision support (CDS) apps. The workshop had it's focus on the Guideline Defintion Language (GDL) that uses open standards such as openEHR archetypes to build CDS apps. Empowering the informatics community is one of the top priorities of Cambio CDS - this can be done by cooperating to develop health informatics standards and sharing knowledge on how to use hands-on tools in order to utilise these standards.
Students, PhD's and others took the opportunity and attended the workshop in Heidelberg to test their CDS app development skills. Lucky for the rest, the CDS App Challenge 2019 gives this opportunity for all. Go to cds-apps.com and find out more on how you can participate!
Isabelle & Mattias
Cambio CDS, Sweden