Better by Marand to participate at first Italian openEHR day

Published 29.05.2019
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The first openEHR day in Italy, taking place on 6 June at the Auditorium of Sardegna Ricerche in Pula is organized by CRS4 - Center for advanced studies, research and development in Sardinia, in collaboration with Sardegna Ricerche, Better by Marand, Inpeco, and Dedalus. 

The openEHR Day aims to promote the vision and opportunities offered by the openEHR initiative. During the event, the first of its kind to be held in Italy, leading experts from the openEHR Foundation will introduce the main concepts behind the openEHR formalism and its application. A set of significant use cases will be presented, such as the HiGHmed Project in Germany, the European-Canadian Cancer Network (EUCANCan) and the 100,000 Genomes Project by Genomics England. A special session will be dedicated to comparing the purposes and approaches of openEHR and the HL7 FHIR standard.

Tomaž Gornik, Better by Marand CEO and Member of the openEHR Foundation Board, will participate in the morning session (at 11 am) with a presentation entitled The Postmodern EHR.

About Better by Marand
 
Better by Marand is one of Europe’s leading IT providers for healthcare solutions and professional services, and is collaborating with a variety of clients in order to achieve one goal – to prepare for a better future. This is a future that moves towards open platforms and away from siloed solutions; a future where clinical teams can work with any digital solution provider, without being tied to a particular vendor; a future where, storing data in an open, vendor-neutral format will incite vendors to innovate and create better solutions.

The core technology solution, the Better Platform, is well-aligned with this vision and is based on openEHR specifications. The OPENeP by Better product (a closed-loop medication management system) is built on top of the Better Platform and follows the same vision. Better by Marand is currently present on three continents and in 15 international markets, including the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Malta, Russia, Norway, Finland, Italy, and Slovenia.

For additional information, please contact:
Uros Bonsek, Better PR Manager

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