The IHIC is a forum for scientists and implementers to present and discuss concepts, models and implementations for innovative interoperable e-Health solutions. The conference aims to play the role of an interface between science, research and real-world in the health and social care domain to share experiences and best practices.
HL7 Czech Republic was proud to organize the 15th International HL7 Interoperability Conference (IHIC 2015) held 9th -11th February 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic. The IHIC 2015 was especially supported by HL7 Austria, HL7 Germany and HL7 Switzerland.
Agenda in General
Feb 9th 2015: Tutorial Day
We served 12 tutorials for 38 participants, in a total of 162 visits were made. Please see the tutorial page for topics and presentation downloads.
Feb 10th/11th 2015: main conference
We had 58 participants from 14 countries: Czech Republic (16), Germany (10), United States (7), Italy (6), The Netherlands (4), Austria (3), Poland (3), Korea (2), Switzerland (2), Argentina (1), Canada (1), Finland (1), France (1), United Kingdom (1).
All conference presentations were supported by either scientific paper or by an implementation report published in EJBI or in Proceedings. To retain the experience from implementation reports who submitted abstracts only, the speech was recorded and will be published soon. For Proceedings and video recordings see the Detailed Program page.
IHIC 2015 Program Committee
Libor Seidl, Chair (CZ), Juergen Bleuer (CH), Bernd Blobel (DE), Marco Demarmels (CH), Christof Gessner (DE), Kai Heitmann (DE), Michal Huptych (CZ), Daniel Klimes (CZ), Alexander Mense (AT), Stefan Sabutsch (AT).
The Conference Was Supported By
- Centre for eHealth and Telemedicine, 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague
- Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Czech Technical University In Prague
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University In Prague
- HL7 Austria
- HL7 Germany
- HL7 Switzerland
- Institute of Biophysics and Informatics, 1st Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague
- Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses, Masaryk University
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