HIMSS Europe Webinar: Use of Real-Life EHR Data for Clinical Research and Personalized Medicine
27 November 2012, 15:00 CET.
Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems provide a rich repository of medical knowledge that is largely untapped in clinical research. These vast data stores have the potential to improve patient recruitment, conduct feasibility studies, refine inclusion/exclusion criteria, enhance safety data and, in general, to inform clinical research. Key challenges in mining EHR revolve around a few key issues, including data privacy and security, and the wide variety of data structures, both standard and non-standard, which can create inconsistencies. There are now many tools being developed and important industry initiatives are under way. Dr. Kraenzlein will review the most important initiatives and will also present success stories demonstrating the value of EHR data in clinical research.
Dr. Joerg Kraenzlein
Director Clinical Research, CSC
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About HIMSS Europe
HIMSS Europe is dedicated to bringing together all the major players in the Health ICT community to transcend borders and languages and engender a truly regional dialogue. As members of HIMSS Europe, individual professionals (managers, administrators, clinicians, technology experts and users), vendor companies and IT providers meet, interact and learn from one another.
With the opening of its Europe office in Brussels, HIMSS is now positioned to provide activities, programmes and education specifically designed for the Europe Health ICT community. Guided by a Governing Council of members from within the Europe region, the HIMSS Europe staff will focus on the needs of individual and corporate members across Europe to ensure dedicated services and membership value.
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