Friday, May 02, 2014

Antilope Summit in Athens drives eHealth interoperability in Europe and beyond

ANTILOPE drives eHealth interoperability in Europe and beyond. Between 2013 and 2015 key national and international organisations will work together to select and define eHealth standards and specifications. They will create, validate and disseminate a common approach for testing and certification of eHealth solutions and services in Europe.

The Antilope Summit will be held in Athens, Greece and will provide you and other decision makers a unique opportunity to learn about and understand why such tools and associated policies are required and how they will support interoperability in your country and across Europe. The European Commission launched the Thematic Network project Antilope in 2013 in order to promote the use of standards and profiles for eHealth interoperability and foster their adoptions across the European Union.

Antilope supports the goal of the EU eHealth Action Plan 2012-2020 to propose an EU interoperability testing, quality labelling and certification framework for eHealth systems by 2015.

Who should attend: Persons interested in setting up Interoperability testing. Persons and organizations responsible for selecting, decision making and implementing eHealth standards. Persons from government and industry.

What do you get from the summit: Overview, testing methods, testing tools. Role of interoperability testing and certification in Europe Good ideas for establishing interoperability testing Networking The Antilope SE Europe summit is arranged by HL7 Hellas and is organized in cooperation with other events connected to the eHealth Forum 2014.

Event will take place at Megaron Athens International Conference Centre, Athens Greece.

For more info, please look HERE.