IT for Personal Health: Meet the World in Vienna in May 2017

From 17th to 23rd of May 2017 the global community of personal connected health will meet in Vienna. Join them, discuss, and bring in your views into tomorrows world of connected systems for health! Stay tuned!! This may change over time.

For Newcomers to interopability standards

If you are interested in personal connected health and especially in IT standards for interoperability, you can use these opportunities for contact with the international community. Visit the plugfest for live demonstrations.

  

 

 

 

17th May 2017, 13h: Free tutorials on IEEE 11073 Standards for sharing personal health device data @ Technikum Wien

Please register on Doodle! We can then plan for sufficient space!

Tutorials will take place on 17th May, starting at 1pm in room HS F4.08 at UAS Technikum Wien. They are free of charge.

Get the information right from the source: Experts of the IEEE PHD group provide this tutorial

The IEEE ISO CEN 11073 PHD series of standards enables to share person health data like blood pressure, blood glucose, body temperature, body weight etc that has been acquired by devices.

The 11073 standards are used for example by the Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHA) in their Continua Design Guidelines. IHE as well refers to 11073 in the IHE Patient Care Device Technical Framework (PCD).

Find your way to Technikum Wien here.

21st, May 2017, 14h: Free visit to PCHA Plugfest @ Hotel Park Royal Palace

TAKE CARE, DATE CHANGE !!! Is now Sunday 21st May!!

Please register on Doodle! We can then plan for sufficient space. The visit is free of charge.

Go here for details on Hotel Park Royal Palace.

Plugfests are designed to ensure that products developed in accordance with the Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) are both compliant and interoperate. Key experts will be available during the Plugfest to assist device and service developers with their platforms and implementations. Testing options include operations over the service interface (Authenticated Persistent Sessions, Observation Uploads using SOAP and FHIR, and Capability Exchange) in addition to Bluetooth and Bluetooth low energy Personal Health Device testing. Certification testing can also be performed by AT4 wireless using the Continua Test Tool.

Download the detailed plugfest agenda here

The Plugfest will continue the Bluetooth low energy (BTLE) health track introduced at the winter 2016 summit in Washington DC.

The Plugfest will provide a Health and Fitness Server with a FHIR component based off current Service Task Force directions as well as three PHGs uploading FHIR observations with duplicate data, bundled and unbundled FHIR resources, and data from all PCHA Bluetooth devices.

22 May 2017, 17h: Free PCHAlliance Open House @ Schönbrunn Castle

The Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHA) invites policymakers, health professionals, experts and stakeholders to join us for the PCHA Open House to learn about the PCHAlliance, Continua Guidelines, and their role in Austria and beyond.  Join us for presentations, discussions and networking. See the program here.
The Open House is open to all registered delegates of the Austrian eHealth Summit, and invited guests.
To request an invitation, contact europe@pchalliance.org

24th May 2017, 9.15: Free Introduction to PCHAlliance and Continua @ Schönbrunn Castle

Go here for details and to register.

The Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) facilitate the integration of personal health systems (sensors and devices transmitting physiological data) in the health system, and a growing number of health systems in Europe and beyond are relying on them to develop advanced telemonitoring and other telehealth services. The CDG are developed and revised annually in an open collaboration of industry and providers facilitated by the Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHAlliance), a global membership association. How can I access the CDGs? How can I test compliance or have a product certified? What are the conditions and benefits of PCHAlliance membership?

Michael Kirwan, Continua Vice President, PCHAlliance, will provide an introduction of PCHAlliance and the CDGs, and then answer your questions.

For all

 Many vendors, users, and researchers will meet at these international events. Use the opportunity and get the most out of rich programs!

 

22nd-23rd May 2017: PCHA Summit @ Schönbrunn Castle

In conjunction with eHealth Summit Austria, the Personal Connected Health Alliance Member Summer Summit is hosting a two-day program for all members to learn more about the state of personal connected health, contribute to the strategic future of PCHAlliance, and connect on their collaborative technical work. We will also celebrate 2017 milestones and welcome new members with special events over the course of the two days.

On 22nd May, 5pm, The "PCHAlliance Open House & Reception" is open to all registered delegates of the Austrian eHealth Summit, and invited guests.

23rd-24th May 2017: eHealth Summit @ Schönbrunn Castle

Personal connected health will be a main topic at the eHealth Summit. Go here for registration.

Have a look at the program, especially for the following sessions:

23rd May, 9am: "User Centered Design für mHealth: Viele Anwender, viele Designer, wo ist die Mitte?"

23rd May 1.30pm: "Telemonitoring done right: Balancing Privacy, Technology and Health"

 

22nd May 2017: Arden Syntax Training Course @ Technikum Wien

Arden syntax enables the development of decision support tools for clinical practice. the company Medexter, which provides this course, is one of the leading providers in this field. Medexter is a spinoff of Medical University of Vienna, www.medexter.com. The course is free of charge.

Invitation and registration details see here

Find your way to Technikum Wien here.

For the Pros

If you want to discuss specific topics with the international workgroups, this is the place to go. Use this opportunity to really dig deep into IT standards for interoperability in personal health and into security.

 

 

17th May 2017: Cyber- Security Meeting @ Technikum Wien

See the information page of the IEEE 11073 Personal Health Device (PHD) work group.

Click on "Meetings", "Forthcoming..." to access the agenda, as it becomes available. The meeting takes place in room A1.07 at UAS Technikum Wien.

If you are interested to attend, please contact Stefan Sauermann

Find your way to Technikum Wien here.

18th-19th May 2017: 11073 PHD Standards Work Group Meeting @ Technikum Wien

See the information page of the IEEE 11073 Personal Health Device (PHD) work group.

Click on "Meetings", "Forthcoming..." to access the agenda, as it becomes available. The meeting takes place in room A1.07 at UAS Technikum Wien. 

If you are interested to attend, please contact Stefan Sauermann

Find your way to Technikum Wien here.

Social events, things to to

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Stefan Sauermann
25. April 2017, 23:04
Looking forward to meet you all! Lets take things foward together! Questions welcome, feel free to comment here.
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