The American Association of Medical IT will hold its annual gathering aimed at exchanging knowledge about biomedicine and medical informatics.
The Annual AMIA Symposium is one of the most important scientific events in biomedical informatics and health research. The 2013 edition will address the development and use of informatics to improve healthcare.
Attendees will have a chance to find out about the latest Health ICT products and services in the exhibition hall.
The meeting will be organized around round tables, cuttign edge policy presentations, masterclasses, tutorials, system demonstrations and pre-symposium workshops.
The event is an opportunity to see the latest technology unveiled at the world’s largest exhibition of radiology-related products such as teleradiology.
RSNA 2013 is the 99th Scientific Assembly & Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, which hosts more than 50,000 attendees from around the world. Also, speakers will discuss the benefits of teleradiology.
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA®) is an international society of radiologists, medical physicists and other medical professionals with more than 51,000 members from 136 countries across the globe. RSNA hosts the world’s premier radiology forum, drawing approximately 55,000 attendees annually to McCormick Place in Chicago, and publishes two top peer-reviewed journals: Radiology, the highest-impact scientific journal in the field, and RadioGraphics, the only journal dedicated to continuing education in radiology.
For those who can’t attend there will be a virtual meeting available.
The event will feature a round table organized by the Diploma Course in Administration of Biomedical Technologies at the ISALUD University.
On October 21st, the talk “Perspectives on the Development and Incorporation of Healthcare Technologies” will be held at the ISALUD University. It will last approximately two hours.
The round table will be presided over by the engineer Alberto Peralta and feature the following speakers: Rogelio López, Director of Medical Technology at ANMAT; Arnaldo Medina, Director of the Néstor Kirchner-El Cruce Hospital for Highly Complex Conditions; José Ondarcuhu from the National Ministry of Health; and Mario Amadio, General Manager of General Electric Healthcare in Argentina.
Entry is free but attendance is limited to fifty people.
The congress will be an opportunity find out about new innovations and trends in the Health IT industry.
The Brazilian Health IT society will hold its International Congress and PEP eHealth 2013 between the 20th and 22nd of October, at the Rebouças Convention Center in Sao Paulo.
The event will gather Health IT suppliers and leaders from the industry, the government and the academic world to discuss the key points, applications and policies that relate to electronic health records.
Attendees will include IT professionals, systems analysts, programmers, managers and IT directors. It will also attract health professionals and public and private administrators seeking solutions in the market for use in healthcare.
The event will be an opportunity to find out about solutions and advances in traceability. Also, on October 10th, a seminar will be held on “The New Regulatory Framework: Pharmaceutical Logistics in Air Transport”.
On October 9th, the 4th Technical Conference on “Technological Advances and Solutions in the Implementation of the Medications Traceability System” will be held at the NH City & Tower in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The meeting is aimed at medical directors and auditors, technicians, and pharmacy managers and quality control directors.
Some of the issues to be addressed during the conference include: “Updates to the regulations on pharmaceutical activity and the responsibilities of each of the actors involved”, “Appropriate Operating Strategy: measures to harmonize and implement electronic receipts in a reliable and safe manner”, “How to manage the ANMAT requests?”, “How to generate standardized RFID and Datamatrix coding?”, “Starting the implementation process in hospital pharmacies”, “The role of health insurers and pre-paid plans”, “Electronic Prescriptions”, and “Allocation of medications and traceability up to the patient’s bed”.
Furthermore, on October 10th a seminar on “The New Regulatory Framework: Pharmaceutical Logistics in Air Transport” will be held, whose objective is to prepare those responsible in the supply and import chain for the traceability process for pharmaceutical products. It will be led by Gabriel Callichia with the participation of Mariela Micheli and is aimed at auditors, regulatory affairs, quality control, and external trade professionals and customs agents.
The gathering seeks to provide an opportunity to gain knowledge about the implementation of information technology in the health sector.
Under the slogan “ICT for improving the efficiency and quality of care,” the Honduran Institute of Social Security will hold the Central American Health IT Summit.
The event will be held in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and will feature leaders of Healthcare and ICT in Central America. It is aimed at Managing Directors of Healthcare Regions; Managing Directors of Public and Private Healthcare Organizations; Directors of Information Systems; Managers of IT and Telecommunications; Medical Directors; Heads of Nursing; and Researchers, among others.
In order to share experiences of the present and future of Health IT, the program will be made up of roundtables, masterclasses, international networking and the presentation of successful case studies. It will also include a visit to a model digital hospital.
The summit will thus be an opportunity for decision makers who wish to direct their healthcare organizations toward excellence with ICT.