That was the week that was: Birthday, Barcelona and the CPB…

Interview with Kanthan Theivendran

“We need to put an end to data which is siloed across healthcare boundaries and organisations, and introduce universal standards relating to the way that healthcare data is stored and used.”

Kanthan Theivendran is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon for Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust. He discusses how he uses openEHR in his work

Save the date!

We are thrilled to announce the openEHR International Conference will take place in Barcelona on June 6th, 2023. This conference is a remarkable opportunity for healthcare professionals, IT developers and researchers to gather and learn about building the third generation patient-centric electronic health record.

More details to follow, so watch this space.

Launch of the Clinical Program Board

Rewired 2023

Finally on Day 2, Gary MacAllister, CTO at One London, described how the openEHR-based London Universal Care plan was deployed in only seven months, with a number of new care journeys on the stocks to be supported.

Happy 20th Birthday to us!

David has also recently written a book on the history of computing in the healthcare domain, called Health Care in the Information Society.

“It draws substantially on personal experience of the creation and sustaining of openEHR and other missions and endeavours, such as that of OpenEyes. It reflects on where we have reached, together, today, and of how what has been achieved, collaboratively, can help support the reinvention of health care for tomorrow.”

David Ingram

Congratulations to the Veratech team

This week also saw the finalisation of their clinical modelling project with CatSalut.

“The aim of this project was to lay the foundations and prepare the groundwork for a platform that allows health professionals to represent their knowledge in a structured way with a longitudinal vision. It represents a strategic starting point for the future development of transactional and informational programs in an automated way in openEHR modeling.”

And finally


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