The openEHR International Board has three Directors positions due for election: three people to represent each membership level. Currently, Mikael Nyström represents Organisational Members, Bjørn Næss represents Industry Partners, and Rachel Dunscombe represents Individual / Professional Members. If you are interested in joining the International Board as a Director, or know a member who would be great for the role, you can nominate yourself or them until April 11th 2023.
The St. Antonius hospital in Köln-Bayenthal will store patient data separately and securely in one place using Vitagroup HIP CDR, in an openEHR compliant repository, supported by EY. EY invests in this development by testing various repositories and contributing to the international openEHR foundation. The HiGHmed consortium, including the Charité hospital, also uses an open data platform based on openEHR repositories and has realised several use cases. The development of the platform is ongoing. Read more here.
Launch of the Educator Recognition program
The Education Program Board (EPB) has developed the Educator Recognition program for people who offer openEHR courses.
This program will ensure that they have the right skills and knowledge to maintain the high quality of openEHR courses. If you pass the assessment, you’ll be listed as an openEHR professional member on our website and you can display the ‘openEHR Recognised Educator’ logo. This way, those looking for openEHR training can easily find experienced educators who offer top-quality training. More information…
Better Digital Health Platform has been recognised as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner Market Guide for Digital Health Platforms. Better’s platform takes an open and modular approach to the digitalisation of healthcare by separating the clinical data layer from applications. It includes a vendor-neutral health data fabric, low-code tools, and a portal with a design system, making it the only healthcare-specific platform of its kind. The Better platform aims to improve patient outcomes, simplify the work of healthcare professionals, decrease the costs of IT systems, and improve overall well-being. Check it out – More information…
Veratech and Rosaldo trabajan conjuntos
Veratech for Health and Rosaldo have developed an openEHR training program in Spanish to meet the growing interest in this standard in Spain. The program has three modules for different profiles and will start with an openEHR Awareness course. If you would like to learn more, check out their page on our website.