Meet OpenApp at the following upcoming events
OpenApp are excited to announce attendance at the following events over the coming months; 9th International Conference on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (ICORD), NHS England Open Source Open Day and Connected Health Ireland. If you're in attendance, we'd be delighted to say hello.
9th International Conference on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs
Date: 7th - 9th October, 2014
Venue: ReeHorst Hotel, Ede, Netherlands
Subjects covered at the conference will include:
- Early and Accurate diagnosis including Undiagnosed disorders
- Neonatal screening
- Improvements of primary prevention
- Improvements of clinical care including clinical guidelines
- Cross-border health care and Telemedicine
- Orphan medical products and their effectiveness
- Registries and Biobanks
- Patient views of the societal value
- Clinical, translational and social research on rare diseases
- Worldwide collaboration
- Regulatory questions and concerns
- Other relevant topics
Read the ICORD conference programme here
NHS Open Source Open Day
Date: 26th November 2014
Venue: Newcastle Racecourse, England
The NHS England Open Source Programme is creating a diverse range of solutions to increase choice, improve clinical practice and enhance patient engagement, including EHR, ePrescribing, departmental systems such as electronic observations, ophthalmology and integrated cross-community portal solutions.
The first year of the programme has bought numerous open source systems to NHS Organisations as well as a greater understanding and acceptance of open source solutions.
Connected Health Ireland Conference
Date: 24th November, 2014
Venue: Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
IPPOSI and UCD (ARCH) are hosting ‘Connected Health and Me: the Patient Perspective’ in November 2014. Scheduled speakers for the event include Dr Ambrose McLoughlin, Secretary General Department of Health; ePatient Dave, TED Talks (via Skype); Professor George Crooks, NHS; Professor Paddy Barrett (TBC); Dr Matic Meglic, Slovenia; Mr Raul Mill, Estonia; Dr Shane McKee, Northern Ireland; and more.
The conference will also include a ’Health Hack’ workshop where patients, industry, scientists and clinicians will work together to identify technology-led solutions to patient problems.
Learn more here about our => work with patient registries
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