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InteropEHRate architecture, protocols and API’s – Mid-term public workshop Part 2

October 21 @ 10:00 - 11:30

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 invite stakeholders, experts and industry to see our first results with demos and to debate this and future plans.

Agenda for Download [PDF] | Link to online registration

10:00 – 10:05
Welcome and Introduction
Workshop Facilitators: Tino Marti, Stephan Schug, EHTEL

10:05 – 10:10
Welcome from the Project Coordinator
Matteo Melideo, InteropEHRate Project Coordinator, Engineering

10:10 – 10:20
Architecture for decentral health data sharing
Francesco Torelli, InteropEHRate Technical coordinator, Engineering
InteropEHRate prepares an open health data sharing process for European citizens and patients. The self-managed EHR exchange supports national and cross-border settings

10:20 – 10:35
InteropEHRate D2D Protocol
Thanos Kiourtis, UPRC Piraeus, Greece

  • D2D enables secure peer to peer exchange of structured health records among Patients and HCPs by means of Bluetooth.
  • 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.
    Q&A

10:35 – 10:50
InteropEHRate R2D Access | Cloud | Emergency Protocols
Alessio Graziani, Engineering, Italy

  • Patient’s secure access to structured health records across EU exploiting eIDAS and FHIR.
  • Encrypted backup for patients and controlled access to health records in emergency for HCPs.
  • 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.
  • How patients can securely store their health data on the cloud without disclosing them to the cloud provider or any third party.
  • How authorised HCPs may access to health records stored on private clouds in emergency situations.
    Q&A

10:50 – 11:05
InteropEHRate RDS [Research Data Sharing] Protocol
Gabor Bella, University Trento, Italy

  • Cross-border sharing of FHIR based health records with research under citizens’ control.
  • How citizens can control if and when to share some health data with specific research initiatives they approve.
  • How researchers can invite any citizen to participate to cross-border research studies and receive trustable health records directly from them.
    Q&A

11:05 – 11:20
InteropEHRate Semantic Mapping Tools

Simone Bocca, University Trento, Italy

  • How citizens and health care professionals can consult health records translated in their own languages, and how Researchers can query those records, thanks to:
    • A knowledge driven approach. 
    • Tools used by Data Scientists to map local data schemas to international medical terminologies and common data formats based on HL7-FHIR standards.
      Q&A

11:20 – 11:55
Panel: Stakeholders’ feedback on InteropEHRate approach and impact

Facilitator: Vincent Keunen Andaman7, Liège, Belgium
Panellists:

11:55
Wrap-up / Next steps
Dr Ceri Thompson, Deputy Head of Unit H3 eHealth, Well-Being and Ageing, DG CONNECT, European Commission
Matteo Melideo, Project Coordinator, Engineering, Italy

Agenda for Download [PDF] | Link to online registration

Venue

Digital Online Event [URL on Registration]