InteropEHRate Scenarios and Data flows – Progress documented at Mid-term public workshop
InteropEHRate – Interoperable EHRs at user edge – helps to pave the way towards an open European EHR sharing process. Project partners jointly develop open interchange protocols supporting patient-centred exchange of health records between patients, healthcare actors and researchers.
We welcomed stakeholders, experts and industry to see our first results with demos and to debate this and future plans.
Agenda for Download [PDF] | Webinar Recording at Youtube
10:00 – 10:05
Welcome and Introduction
Workshop Facilitators: Tino Marti, Stephan Schug, EHTEL
10:05 – 10:15
Health data sharing in Europe – strategies and implementation
Dr Ceri Thompson, Dep. Head of Unit H3 eHealth, Well-Being and Ageing, DG CONNECT, European Commission
10:15 – 10:25
Overview of InteropEHRate
Matteo Melideo, InteropEHRate Project Coordinator, Engineering, Italy
InteropEHRate prepares an open health data sharing process for European citizens and patients. The self-managed EHR exchange supports national and cross-border settings.
10:25 – 10:45
Access to patient data at the point of care – LIVE DEMO
Vincent Keunen (Andaman7, Liège, Belgium), Adrian Bradu (SIMAVI, Romania)
- How a European patient may easily receive electronic health records during a medical visit everywhere in Europe.
- How Health Professionals can access the health history of European patients without the involvement of national Electronic Health Records (EHR) and without the Internet.
- How healthcare providers can share healthcare encounter results and updates to patient summaries with their patients at distance or in a delayed way, without a need for national EHRs or other intermediaries.
10:45 – 11:00
Decentralised data sharing for research
Stefano Dalmiani, Fondazione Toscana Gabriele Monasterio, Pisa, Italy
- How European citizens can control if and when to share some health data with specific research initiatives they approve.
- How researchers can invite European citizens to participate to research studies and receive trustable health data directly from them.
11:00 – 11:15
Access to patient data in emergency situations
George Petrescu, SCUBA – Clinical Emergency Hospital of Bucharest, Romania
- How European patients can securely store their health data for exclusive access by healthcare providers in emergency situations.
11:15 – 11:25
Synopsis: key features and added value of the InteropEHRate approach
Francesco Torelli, Technical coordinator, Engineering, Italy
11:25 – 11:55
Panel: Stakeholders’ feedback on InteropEHRate approach and impact
Facilitator: Stephan Schug, EHTEL
Moderated debate with stakeholders:
- [Representatives of European patients] Eva Turk, University of Oslo, Norway
[Healthcare professionals – Eur. Nurses] Asija Delalic, Infection Control Nurse, NHS England, UK
[Healthcare professionals – Eur. Physicians] Sara Roda, Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME), Brussels
[Health Authorities] Andrea Belardinelli, Head of eHealth Systems and Innovation of Tuscany Region Government, Italy
[European Commission] Dr Ceri Thompson, DG CONNECT, European Commission
Closing and invitation for Mid-term workshop part 2 (21 October)
Matteo Melideo, Engineering, Italy