EIT ICT Labs Stockholm, DFS and SIS welcome students, researchers, professionals in the ICT and healthcare sector to a joint seminar after work on October 17.
Jovan Stevovic, doctoral student at EIT ICT Labs Doctoral School, University of Trento in collaboration with Centro Ricerche GPI, Italy, will present his research on Privacy-aware management of Electronic Health Records and share experiences from three case studies.
Please register before October 10 so that we can plan for seating and catering!
17.30 Networking, sandwiches and coffee / tea
18.00 Presentation of DFS and the eHealth network, Birgitta Edberg CEO DFS Stockholm
18.10 Presentation of EIT ICT Labs, Karoline Beronius, CLC Manager, EIT ICT Labs Stockholm
18.20 “Privacy-aware management of Electronic Health Records” Jovan Stevovic
19.00 Discussion led by Mats Olsson, Business Analyst, Kairos Future
19.30 Presentation of the coming seminar, Lena Morgan, SIS
20.30 End of day
Healthcare data sharing across healthcare organizations is still a challenging task due to privacy and compliance requirements with regulatory policies that can vary across states and countries, and organizations’ internal business requirements. These challenges are even more difficult to tackle if we consider the evolution of the healthcare toward the introduction of new devices, applications and social media.
About Jovan Stevovic
Jovan Stevovic research interests range over privacy and healthcare data management, business process design and management, IT systems architectures and interoperability. Jovan has worked on the development of Electronic Health Record and Data Warehousing systems for the Province of Trento, solving problems related to cross organization data sharing such as privacy and inter-operability. He also worked on solving regulatory compliance issues related to healthcare data management in Cloud based environments. His current research is focused on identifying mechanisms and methods for the design of IT solutions in socio-assistive scenarios while considering privacy by design principles.
DFS (Dataföreningen Sverige) is an independent member driven association for ICT professionals in Sweden with approximately 15 000 members. The activities are organized in chapters and networks all over the country. Dataföreningen has three subsidiary companies focussed on professional learning, certification and administrative services - DF Kompetens, DF Certifiering and Dataföreningen i Sverige Service AB. For more information visit www.dfs.se
SIS (Swedish Standards Institute) is a member-based, non-profit association specialized in national and international standards. The market leader in standards in Sweden, SIS is recognized for its professionalism, expertise and openness in relation to customers, employees, suppliers and partners. If we add customer benefit and job satisfaction, we have cited all the key values that define SIS. Our subsidiary publishing arm, SIS Förlag AB, publishes and sells standards and manuals, as well as offering training and consulting services. For more information, visit www.sis.se