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Wednesday 11:30 - 13:00
Attica Hall

XpanDH Readiness Model Workshop

The goal of this workshop is to provide a collaborative platform for participants to explore and understand the XpanDH Readiness Model, emphasizing its application for future projects, particularly within the context of xShare. Key objectives include:

  • Understanding the XpanDH Readiness Model

Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the XpanDH Readiness Model, facilitated by IHE representatives. This includes insights into the model’s structure, key components, and its relevance to upcoming initiatives.

  • Feedback and Testing with the Audience

This open session will allow participants to actively engage with the XpanDH Readiness Model. They will provide valuable feedback and gain practical insights into adopting the EEHRxF.

Representatives from the European Commission, users and vendors will share their perspectives on aligning and benefiting from the Exchange Format and the XpanDH Readiness Model, offering practical insights for adoption.

  • Exploring reuse for future/other projects

The workshop aims to illustrate how the XpanDH Readiness Model can be effectively (re)used in the context of future projects, with a specific focus on its application within the xShare framework.

Overall, the goal is to create an interactive and collaborative environment where participants can actively contribute, gain practical insights, and collectively advance their understanding of the XpanDH Readiness Model and its implications for future healthcare projects.

Analytical program:

  • Introduction: XpanDH Project, Anderson Carmo, eHealth Project Manager, ISCTE and Henrique Martins, Associate Professor, ISCTE | Coordinator of XpandDH
  • European Commission’s thoughts on maturity of the EEHRxF, Konstantin Hypponen, Policy Officer (SNE) DG Health and Food Safety (SANTE), European Commission, European Commission
  • Overview on the XpanDH WP3, Sofia Franconi, Director of Interoperability, IHE-Europe, AISBL
  • Presentation of Readiness Model, current status, Jürgen Brandstätter, Deputy Vendor Co-Chair, IHE-Europe
  • Q&A and closing