Workshop

Monitoring and Benchmarking e-Health in Europe and the World
at the
"Hotel Ambassador – Zlata Husa Room " Vaclavske namesti 5-7, 111 24 Praha 1
Czech Republic
18th February 2009, 13:00 – 16:00 h  Internet: www.ambassador.cz/en/hotel.html

Workshop Programme

 12:00

Registration, Coffee and Tea

 13:00

Welcome and Introduction

Lucilla Sioli, European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, Acting Head of Unit "Economic and Statistical Analysis"

13:10

The e-Health Benchmarking in Europe studies of the European Commission: from e-Health Indicators to e-Health Benchmarking

  • Overview and Good Practices of e-Health Monitoring in Europe and the World– Results from the e-Health Benchmarking and the e-Health indicators studies
    Ingo Meyer, empirica GmbH, Bonn (Germany)
 
 13:30


Questions and Answers

13:40

The State-of-the-art of e-Health Monitoring and Benchmarking in Europe and the World – Good Practices

  • Good Practice Case: Hospitals: The eHospital Census – An Assessment of Current Healthcare IT Application Profiles and Future Outlook for eHealth in European Hospitals (Europe)
    Uwe Buddrus, dii GmbH, Leipzig (Germany)
  • Good Practice Case: Hospitals: The use of ICT in the Health and Social Welfare Sector (Greece)
    Foteini Psarra, ATLANTIS Research, Thessaloniki (Greece)
  • Good Practice Case: GPs and Citizens: Perceptions et usages des NTIC dans la santé en France 2007 - 2008 (France)
    Patrice Cristofini, Orange Healthcare, Paris (France)
  • Good Practice Case: GPs: ICT and e-Health use among General Practitioners in Europe 2007
    Ingo Meyer, empirica GmbH, Bonn (Germany)
 
15:00

Plenary discussion and the Future of e-Health Monitoring and Benchmarking in Europe

  • IT industry perspective: Veronique Lessens, AGFA & COCIR
  • Healthcare provider perspective: Pascal Garel, European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE)
  • National government perspective: Luc Nicolas, Federal Public Service Public Health, Belgium
  • National statistical institute perspective: Virginia Balea, National Institute of Statistics – Romania
  • European Commission policy perspective: Michael Palmer, European Commission DG Information Society and Media, Unit H1
  • Plenary DiscussionChair: Werner B. Korte, empirica GmbH
 
15.50

Concluding remarks

Lucilla Sioli, European Commission, DG Information Society and Media, Acting Head of Unit "Economic and Statistical Analysis"