CIO Dedicated Sessions

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Wednesday 15 May

9:00 – 10:00

HIT Investments – It’s Worth It

10:30 – 11:30

Good Investments – Happy Patients

13:30 – 14:30

Zero Drug Prescription Errors – Fact or Fiction?

14:45 – 15:45

Do We Need a European Wide HIT Certification?

HIT Investments – It’s Worth It

Leading hospitals of the world will share how their HIT investments paid off, not only financially, but also in patient and hospital staff satisfaction. If you are planning on upcoming investments in your hospitals, then you dont want to miss this session.

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Moderator:
Jean-Pierre Thierry, Expert/Consultant, JPThierry Consulting, France

Speakers:
Vicent Moncho Mas, CIO, Marina Salud de Denia, Spain
UPMC, tbc
Dr. Giovanni Vizzini, ISMETT, UPMC Italy
Tommaso Piazza, CIO, ISMETT/UPMC Italy
Hal Wolf, Senior VP & COO, Kaiser Permanente

Good Investments – Happy Patients

Come and see the proof of how IT can support better clinical outcomes. In the end, better patient care is really what matters and seeing live examples can support you when deciding on which systems to invest in.

Sponsored by:

Moderator:
Sean M. Hogan, Vice President, Global Healthcare Delivery Systems, IBM Healthcare & Life Sciences

Speakers:
Neil Darvill, Director, Health Informatics, St. Helens & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Maria Hardt-Madsen, Project Manager, Southern Denmark Health Innovation
Juan Carlos Contel Segura, Chief of Chronic Disease Program, Department of Health of Catalonia, Spain

Zero Drug Prescription Errors – Fact or Fiction?

Do you know the percentage of drug prescription errors in a hospital? Answer: way too high! Closed loop medication can reduce medical errors significantly – so what are we waiting for?

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Moderator:
Prof. Patrice Degoulet, CIO, Hospital Européen Georges Pompidou, France

Speakers:
Dr. Greg Raglow, Informatics Director, Group Health
Raphael Jaffrezic, Chief Information Officer, Galway Clinic, Ireland
Jan Christiaan Huysman, Programme Manager, UMC Utrecht, Netherlands
Dr. Efe Ongoner, Assistant Medical Director, Acibadem Healthcare Group

Do We Need a European Wide HIT Certification?

Patient data crossing borders is a reality and we need to ask ourselves if we should not insist on a European wide HIT certification for those handling our data not only to ensure a high level of care delivery but also to ensure that patient data is handled appropriately. What do you think? Come and join the discussion.

Moderator:
Peder Jest, CMO, Director, Odense University Hospital, Denmark

Speakers:
Dr. Prof. Philippe Kohl, CIO and Chairman of Medico-Economic Information, University Hospital of Liège, Belgium
Dr. Martin Murphy, Clinical Director, NHS Wales Information Service, Wales
Anne Cooper, National Clinical Lead for Nursing, UK