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Using Social Media and Health IT to Promote Health and Wellness and Provide Healthcare Education to Health Workers Manish Nachnani...

Using Social Media and Health IT to Promote Health and Wellness and Provide Healthcare Education to Health Workers Manish Nachnani

Telemedicine and Use of Emerging Technologies - Kinect(microsoft) and Augmented Reality Manish Nachnani,

Social Media- Health IT - Behavioural Finance Improving Healthcare Behaviour by Using Social Media and Health 2.0 Manish Nachnani,

Social Media for Health and Wellness Promotion Manish Nachnani,

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    • Educational Hotel Press KnowledgeSponsor/Ex hi bitor Visitor Partners Proceedings Program Travel Center ResourcesInf o Call f or A bstracts Program Med-e-Tel 2012 Conference Program Below is the Med-e-Tel 2012 conference program, listed per day and per conference room. This program is subject to change. Details of various sessions will still be completed. Check back regularly for updates. Click here for a general overview of the Med-e-Tel 2012 schedule of events. Go to Wednesday 18 April 2012 Go to Thursday 19 April 2012 Go to Friday 20 April 2012 Wednesday 18 April 2012 Conference Room 1 09:30-10:00 Opening Ceremony Opening addresses by: Frank Lievens Director, Med-e-Tel Andy Fischer President, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth
    • Najeeb Al-Shorbaji Director, Knowledge Management and Sharing (KMS), World Health Organization Mars Di Bartolomeo Minister of Health and Social Security, Luxembourg11:00-13:00Opening Session: Global Telemedicine and eHealth Update (1)C hair: Frank Lievens, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth Hosted by the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH) Update on the Digital Agenda for Europe and the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing Peteris Zilgalvis Head of Unit, IC T for Health, DG Information Society and Media, European C ommission eHealth Interoperability and Standardization: Enabling Safer and Equitable Health Services Najeeb Al-Shorbaji Director, Knowledge Management and Sharing (KMS), World Health Organization International Council of Nurses eHealth Programme: Vision and Reality C laudia C . Bartz C oordinator, International Classification for Nursing Practice and ICN Telenursing Network, International Council of Nurses The Power of Interoperability: The Tsunami Response in Japan Frank Downing C ontinua Health Alliance Improving Access to Telehealth and Telecare Angela Single C hair, 3millionlives The Economics of eHealth Masatsugu Tsuji Professor of Economics, University of Hyogo, Japan & C oordinator, ISfTeH eHealth Economics Working Group14:00-15:30Global eHealth Strategies Symposium - Policy, Implementation andDeployment (1)C hair: Peteris Zilgalvis, Head of Unit, ICT for Health, DG Information Society,European C ommission Hosted by the European Commission and the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH)
    • Welcome and Introduction to eHealth in the European Global Health Strategy Peteris Zilgalvis Head of Unit, IC T for Health, DG Information Society, European Commission Realizing the Full Potential of Information and Communication Technology in Health Yunkap Kwankam Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth Title TBC Speaker TBC Orange Healthcare Critical Shortage of Health Care Workers - Enabling Technology Solutions to Address Capacity Building and Training Mike Gann Director, Global Healthcare, Intel World Ahead Program Title TBC C raig Friderichs Director of Health, GSMA Discussion16:00-17:30Global eHealth Strategies Symposium - Policy, Implementation andDeployment (2)C hair: Yunkap Kwankam, Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine &eHealth Hosted by the European Commission and the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH) Title TBC Speaker TBC Accenture Telemedicine Regulation - How Not to Do It: A South African Experience Maurice Mars President, South African Telemedicine Association Head, Dept. of Telehealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa A Feasibility Study for the Provision of mHealth for Behavior Change in Prehypertension in Argentina, Guatemala and Peru
    • Andrea Beratarrechea, Ariel Fernandez, Paola Letona, Rebecca Kanter, Francisco Diez-Canseco, Manuel Ramirez-Zea, Jaime Miranda, Adolfo Rubinstein Institute for C linical Effectiveness and Health Policy, Agentina Institute of Nutricion of Central America and Panama, Guatemala C enter of Excellence in Chronic Diseases, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru Deploying Innovative Mobile-based Telemedicine Systems using Open Source tools in Resource-poor Areas of the Philippines Jose Eugenio Quesada, Leo Anthony Celi, Christopher Moses Asia Pacific College, Philippines Laboratory of Computer Science, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Towards an International "eHealthInsurance" for Improved Support for Health Care in Developing Countries Eustache Muteba Ayumba Independent Researcher and IMIA C orrespondent, DR Congo Award CeremonyConference Room 214:00-15:45Mobile Health Solutions (1)C hair: Hammad Raza Durrani, Health and Operational Services Department Aga KhanUniversity, Pakistan & French Medical Institute for Children, Afghanistan A Customizable Mobile Tool to Promote Health and Prevent Non- Communicable Diseases Leonardo Juan Ramirez Lopez, Daniel Goroso, Linamara Rizzo Mogi das C ruzes University, Brazil Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Institute, Hospital das Clinicas, Brazil Achieving Behavior Change among Pregnant Mothers Using Mobile Phones Shariq Khoja, Hammad Durrani, Abdul Muqeet, Dodo Khan, Shabina Raza AKDN eHealth Resources C entre (eHRC), Aga Khan University, Kenya Aga Khan University, Pakistan PANACeA (PAN Asian Collaboration for Evidence-based eHealth Adoption and Application), Pakistan Afghan Mobile Health: A Model for Community Health Pete Killcommons Medweb, USA An Effective Mobile Monitoring for Patients at Risk of Fainting Giovanna Sannino, Aniello Minutolo, Giuseppe De Pietro Institute of High Performance Computing and Networking (ICAR), National Research Council (CNR), Italy Design, Deployment and Field Lessons for Mobile Phone and Tablet Based Mobile Healthcare Solutions Michael Setton Sensaris, France Evolution of Mobile e-Health Technology, Tools and Practices in India
    • Saroj Kanta Mishra, Repu Daman Chand, Indra Pratap Singh Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), India School of Telemedicine & Biomedical Informatics, SGPGIMS, India Security Challenges for Remote Patient Care Systems using m -Health Technologies Syed Naqvi, Philippe Drugmand, Sebastien Rousseaux C ETIC, Belgium16:00-17:45Mobile Health Solutions (2)C hair: Valery Stolyar, Bakoulev Center for Cardiovascular Surgery, Moscow, Russia Feasibility of mHealth for Rehabilitation – Pilot Study in Finland Reija Kuoremäki, Kirsi Ahde, Ari Heinonen, Juhani Multanen, Pekka Neittaanmäki University of Jyväskylä, Finland Mailafiya: How mHealth Can Overcome Challenging Circumstances Speaker TBC Mailafiya, Nigeria mHealth and Confidentiality – Understanding Cellphone Use in South Africa C aron Jack, Maurice Mars Dept. of Telehealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Mobile DSMS: An mHealth System to Increase the Availability of Peer- Support in a Type II Diabetic Population Salys Sultan, Permanand Mohan The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago Portable Telemedical System with an Intelligent Expert System for Doctor Decision Making Support in Emergency Situations Anton Panfilov, Valery Stolyar T-smart, Russia Bakoulev Center for C ardiovascular Surgery, Russia Russia: Experience in Using Portable Telemedical Systems Valery Stolyar, Anton Panfilov Bakoulev Center for C ardiovascular Surgery, Russia T-smart, Russia The Potential of mHealth Technology Incorporation in Brazil Maria C ysne, Milena Marcolino, Junia Maia, Lemuel Cunha, Weslley C arvalho, C laudson de Souza, Beatriz Alkmim Telehealth C enter, University Hospital, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Medical School, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, BrazilConference Room 314:00-15:45Innovative Technologies for Mental HealthcareC hair: Brenda Wiederhold, Virtual Reality Medical Institute, Belgium Presented in cooperation with the International Association of
    • CyberPsychology, Training and Rehabilitation User-friendly ICT Tools to Enhance Self-Management and Effective: Treatment of Depression in the EU Hugo Silva, Pepijn van de Ven, Eric Tousset, Mario Ricardo Henriques, Mark Hoogendoorn, Michel Klein Smart Wearable Sensors for Biomedical Data Monitoring in the Treatment of Depression Joana Sousa, Hugo Silva, Nuno Santos, Paulo Aires Help4Mood: First Release of a Computational Distributed System to Support the Treatment of Patients with Major Depression Soraya Estevez, Juan Carlos Castro, Maria Wolters i2C at Foundation, Research & Innovation Centre, Barcelona, Spain University of Edinburgh, UK VERVE: Personalised Virtual Reality Scenarios for Groups at Risk of Social Exclusion C arol OSullivan, Eugenie Roudaia, Philipp Slusallek Trinity C ollege Graphics Lab (GV2), Ireland Trinity C ollege Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN), Ireland German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany INTERSTRESS Project: An Innovative Clinical Validated Solution for the Management of Stress Disorders Brenda Wiederhold, Daniele Pizzioli, Giuseppe Riva, Andrea Gaggioli Virtual Reality Medical Institute, Belgium Applied Technology for Neuro-Psychology Lab, Istituto Auxologico Italiano, Italy Semiotics and Semantics: Tools For an Effective Appropriation of Information, Communication and Health Technologies C arine Duteil-Mougel, Anne Geslin-Beyaert, Laurent Billonnet, Nicole Pignier, Didier Tsala-Effa, Jean-Michel Dumas C eReS, ENSIL, University of Limoges, France XLIM, ENSIL, University of Limoges, France Requirements for a Software-Intensive Ecosystem for Telemedicine Henrik Bærbak Christensen, Michael Christensen, Klaus Marius Hansen, Konstantinos Manikas, Surayya Urazimbetova Aarhus University, Denmark University of C openhagen, Denmark16:00-17:30Evidence of Telehealth Outcomes (1)C hair: Birthe Dinesen, Aalborg University, Denmark Chronic Care Management in Telemedicine: A Way to Tackle Chronic Diseases Mascha Bethke, Eva Blozik, Nicole Toelle, Jan von Overbeck Swiss C enter for Telemedicine Medgate, Switzerland
    • Effectiveness of a Chronic Care Management Programme for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Mascha Bethke, Eva Blozik, Nicole Toelle, Jan von Overbeck Swiss C enter for Telemedicine Medgate, Switzerland Telemedicine and Face-To-Face Health Care: Synergy or Opposition? Eva Blozik, Jan von Overbeck Swiss C enter for Telemedicine Medgate, Switzerland Telerehabilitation Programme: Lessons Learned From the TELEKAT Project Birthe Dinesen, Carl Nielsen, Ove Grann, Stig Andersen, Ole Hejelsen, Egon Toft Aalborg University, Denmark Aalborg Hospital, Denmark 3GP, Denmark Using IVR Technology to Expand Clinical Capacity and Improve the Quality of Life for Older, Chronically Ill Patients Jeremy Rich, Chan Chuang, Janelle Howe, Lori Larson HealthC are Partners Institute, HealthCare Partners Medical Group, USA A Research Initiative toward the Remote Chronic Disease Management: The CHRONIOUS Project Paolo Bertele, Cristina Masella, Simona Solvi, Leonardo Govoni School of Management, MIP Politecnico di Milano, ItalyConference Room 414:00-15:30Telecardiology (1)C hair: Maria Beatriz Alkmim, Telehealth C enter, University Hospital, UniversidadeFederal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Prevalence of Normal Electrocardiograms in Primary Care Patients: A Study by a Telemedicine Service in Brazil Milena Marcolino, Maria Beatriz Alkmim, Daniel Palhares, Antonio Luiz Ribeiro Telehealth C enter, University Hospital, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Medical School, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil University Hospital, Universidade Federal do Triangulo Mineiro, Brazil A Public Telecardiology Network in Southern Brazil: Results of Phase II (1st Year) Adolfo Sparenberg, Gabriel Fetter eHealth C entre, Institute of Cardiology of Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil Medical Association of Sao Lourenço do Sul, Brazil Applicability of Tele-Electrocardiography at Public Health Systems Marcia Rendeiro, Eduardo Maia, Sidnei Otavio Vicente Franco Secretaria Municipal de Saude/Prefeitura da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Teleconsulting for Collaborative Diagnosis and Care of Heart Malformations in Balkan Countries Alessandro Taddei, Emiliano Rocca, Tiziano Carducci, Nadia Assanta, Giorgio Ricci, Bruno Murzi G. Monasterio CNR/Tuscany Region Foundation - G. Pasquinucci Heart
    • Hospital, Italy "Un C uore un Mondo" Association, Italy Heart Failure Model for Assessment of Different Intervention Programs Jörg Schröttner, Peter Vincent Harter, Alexander Lassnig, Peter Kastner Institute of Health C are Engineering, Graz University of Technology, Austria Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Information Management and eHealth, Austria Identification of Heart Patients Everyday Need – Based on User- Driven Innovation Lisa Haesum, Gitte Nielsen, Stine Hangaard, Ole Hejlesen, Birthe Dinesen Aalborg University, Denmark Vendsyssel Hospital, Denmark16:00-17:30eHealth in Hospital CareC hair: Thomas Lux, Competence Center eHealth Ruhr, Germany Implementation of an Electronic Hospital Information System in Nigeria - a Case Study of Federal Medical Centre Owerri Valerian Agbasonu Imo State University, Nigeria Development of an e-Health Platform for the Management of Hospitalized Patients Jeferson Rosario, Ismael Scheffler, Maximiliano Correa, Guilherme Haas, Thais Russomano Toth Technology, Brazil Application of eBase of Medical Data of the Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia-IORS Hospital Cancer Registry Dragana Jovicevic, Biljana Brankovic, Ana Jovicevic Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia, Serbia Antimicrobial Stewardship through Telemedicine in a Community Hospital in Remote Brazil Rodrigo dos Santos, C aroline Deutchendorf, Otavio Carvalho, Erci Siliprandi, Robert Timm, Adolfo Sparenberg Infection Control C ommittee, Instituto de C ardiologia de Porto Alegre, Brazil eHealth C enter, Instituto de Cardiologia de Porto Alegre, Brazil Hospital Engineering - Business Engineering in Health Care Thomas Lux, Roland Gabriel, Alexander Wagner, Patrick Bar tsch C ompetence Center eHealth Ruhr, Germany Co-evolutionary Multi-agent Pharmacoinformatics Tagelsir Mohamed Gasmelseid King Fisal University, Department of Computer Information Systems, College of C omputer Sciences and IT, Saudi ArabiaConference Room 514:00-15:30TelenursingC hair: Claudia C Bartz, International Council of Nurses, USA
    • Hosted by the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH) - Telenursing Working Group Technology Use for Health Education to Caregivers: An Integrative Review of Nursing Literature Isabel Amelia Costa Mendes, Paula C ristina Nogueira, Patrícia de Carvalho Nagliate, Simone de Godoy, Elaine Rangel University of Sao Paulo at Ribeirao Preto College of Nursing, WHO C ollaborating Centre for Nursing Research Development, Brazil Federal University of Piaui, Brazil The Confusion Patient and Nursing Action Paulo Marques, Paulino Sousa, Abel Silva Oporto Nursing School (ESEP), Portugal Telenursing Execution: A Need for Fabrication of Needs Based Evidence Suman Sharma (virtual presentation) National Institute of Nursing Education, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, India Telehealth Nursing: Building Knowledge through Research C laudia C Bartz International Council of Nurses, USA Title TBC (virtual presentation by International Council of Nurses member/representative) Title TBC (virtual presentation by International Council of Nurses member/representative)16:00-17:30Security and StandardsC hair: TBC Secure Data Exchange Based on Signature PKI Stefan Benzschawel, Heiko Zimmermann, Uwe Roth C RP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg Privacy Preserving of Medical Information Asmaa Rashid, Norizan Binti Mohd Yasin University of Malaya, Malaysia The Issue on eHealth Integration into Routine Statistics Enkhbold Sereenen, Jargalsaikhan Dondog, Khurelbaatar Nyamdavaa, C himedtsuren Ochir Ministry of Health, Mongolia HSU, Mongolia Towards An Integrated and Interoperable Platform for Telehealth and Telecare
    • Malcolm C larke, Charles Palmer, Russell Jones Brunel University, UK Acute Technology, UK C horleywood Health Centre, UK RFID Technology and Its Application in Medical Science Fatemeh Ghandali, Elahe Omidvari, Nahid Mirzaei Tehran University and Medical Sciences, Iran eHealth Standardization to Meet Needs of Developing Countries Leonid Androuchko, Vladimir Androuchko Question 14 – Telecommunication in Healthcare, ITU-D Study Group 2, Telecommunication Development Bureau, International Telecommunication Union, Switzerland International University in Geneva, Switzerland Dominic Foundation, SwitzerlandThursday 19 April 2012Conference Room 109:00-10:30Global Telemedicine and eHealth Update (2)C hair: Frank Lievens, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth Hosted by the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH) eHealth – A Global View Lord Nigel C risp Ambassador, Global eHealth Ambassadors Programme (GeHAP) Hospital at Home (HAH) and the ICT Infrastructure Needed to Support Mark Blatt Worldwide Medical Director Intel, USA Use of eHealth for Health Systems Strengthening in Central Asia Hammad Durrani Health and Operational Services Department, Aga Khan University, Pakistan General Secretary, eHealth Association of Pakistan (eHAP) French Medical Institute for Children, Afghanistan Intelligent Technologies and Methodologies for Medical Knowledge Engineering Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem Head, Medical Informatics and Knowledge Engineering Research Unit, Faculty of C omputer & Information Sciences, Ain Shams University, Egypt11:00-13:00eHealth EconomicsC hair: Masatsugu Tsuji, Graduate School of Applied Informatics, University of Hyogo,
    • Japan Hosted by the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH) - eHealth Economics Working Group Introducing Economical Criteria for Telehealth Implementation: An Application at the Telehealth Network of Minas Gerais Renato Minelli Figueira, Maria Beatriz Moreira Alkmim, Monica Pena de Abreu, Daniel Santos Neves, Antonio Luiz Ribeiro School of Engineering, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Telehealth C enter, University Hospital, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Medical School, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Retrospective Return on Investment Analysis of an Electronic Treatment Adherence Device Sean Broomhead, Maurice Mars Tintree International eHealth Leadership and Development, South Africa Dept. of Telehealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Four Years Evolution of a Teleconsultation Service in Minas Gerais, Brazil Junia Maia, Milena Marcolino, Beatriz Alkmim, Renato Figueira, Luciano Cruz, Geisa Silva Telehealth C enter, University Hospital, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil Home Telemonitoring of Respiratory Function in Cystic Fibrosis Patients: Economic Evaluation and Quality of Life Sergio Bella, Fabrizio Murgia, Christian Cotognini, Irene Tagliente, Federico Alghisi Ospedale Bambino Gesu – IRCCS, Italy Economic Superiority of USB-boot Cloud Type Remote-desktop System for Providing Tele-medicine & Tele-care Atsushi Hosokawa, Naoki Nakayama Prefectual University of Hiroshima, Japan MSEC, Japan Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for HIV/AIDS in Malawi: An Economic Evaluation using Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) Model Willings Botha University of Wales Trinity St David, UK Telemedical Consultation Center as a Tool for Promoting Innovative Health Care in Remote Regions of Russia Andrey Selkov, Elena Selkova Russian Association for Telemedicine (RAfT), Russia Clearing the Path – How to Improve Clinical Pathways in A Cost- Efficient Manner Tuomas Harju, Antti Puhakka, Niina Tammi, Kari Halme, Lauri Toivonen, Timo Hakkarainen RemoteA, Finland
    • Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Finland Heart C ounsel, Finland The Economics of Biobanking International Cooperation Issues for Optimization of Quality Improvement C hristine Huttin ENDEPUSresearch, USA14:00-15:30Evaluating Telehealth Startup InitiativesC hair: Bart Collet, HealthStartup Europe, Belgium Hosted by HealthStartup Europe The health sectors are ripe for technology-driven change. The internet and related technology trends are enabling new business models and services, they are empowering consumers-patients to take a far more proactive role in taking care of their own health, and they are improving the way healthcare is practiced and organized. HealthStartup Europe thinks there is tremendous potential currently to create exciting new health services and to radically improve the quality, efficiency and accessibility of healthcare. Thats why HealthStartup Europe is supporting digital health startups in Europe. HealthStartup Europe aims to create a more hospitable environment for health startups by creating connections between the burgeoning digital startups scene and the health sectors. At Med-e-Tel, HealthStartup Europe will put one startup initiative in the spotlight and discuss and evaluate its potential with entrepreneurs, health care professionals, policy makers and investors. The session will provide useful insights to guide investors and entrepreneurs in their future investment and development decisions in the digital health sector.16:00-17:45International Telemedicine and eHealth Initiatives and Developments (1)C hair: Frank Lievens, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth Association for Ukrainian Telemedicine and eHealth Development - Report of Activity During 2010-2011 Anton Vladzymyrskyy, Vladimir Klymovytskyy, Dmitry Kalinovskiy, Ihor Kutsenko, Anatoliy Rushay, Vladimir Prykhodchenko Association for Ukrainian Telemedicine and eHealth Development, Ukraine e-Ophthalmology – One Solution for Innovative Health Management Iliya Pendzhurov, Polina Mihova, Jivka Vinarova, Anita Alexieva New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria Preliminary Report on the 1st Armenian International Health ICT Congress "ARMTELEMED: Road to the Future" Georgi Chaltikyan, Armen Avoyan, Davit Gasparyan, Ruben Hovhannisyan, Tatul Saghatelyan, Aleksandr Haroyan
    • Armenian Association of Telemedicine (AATM), Armenia Telemedical Ecology: Preliminary Results of Longitude Medical Environmental Research Project "MARS-500" Roman Baevsky, Oleg Orlov, Azaliya Berseneva, Anna Chernikova State Scientific Center – Institute for Bio-Medical Problems, Russia Experience of Applying Telemedicine in Mongolia Anna E. Schmaus Klughammer, Germany Official Telemedicine and eHealth Status in France: The Role of CATEL André Petitet, Gerard Comyn C ATEL, France Roadmap towards Sustainable Pan-European Certification of EHR System François Wisniewski, Jos Devlies, Iciar Abad C RP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg EuroRec, Belgium Hospital Universitario de Fuenlabrada, SpainConference Room 211:00-13:00Innovative Policies and Solutions for HealthcareC hair: TBC Innovation Policies in Health Care: Impact on Telemedicine and eHealth Thomas Karopka, Peter Frank, Wolfgang Blank BioC on Valley, Germany SC anBalt, Denmark From Buzz to Business: eHealth Innovation Toolbox Sikke Visser, Robbert Menko, Timber Haaker Windesheim, The Netherlands Novay, The Netherlands Measurement of Blood Glucose by Near Field Communication (NFC) Stefan C ecil, Manfred Bammer, Gernot Schmid Seibersdorf Laboratories, Austria Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Austria Remote Controlled Tele-Sonography Model Using H-323 Protocol Abhay Gaidhane, Peter Cudd, Zahiruddin Quazi, Yogesh Gaidhane Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, India ScHARR, University of Sheffield, UK Using Humanoid Robot in Ambient-Assisted Living with COPD Mikhail Simonov, Antonella Frisiello, Marco Bazzani ISMB, Italy Telemedical System for Individual Prenosological Health Assessment Oleg Orlov, Vadim Pougatchev, Azaliya Berseneva, Anna C hernikova, Roman Baevsky, Yevgeniy Zhirnov, Evgueni Gribkov State Scientific Center - Institute of Bio-Medical Problems, Russia
    • Biocom Technologies, USA Help4Mood – A Flexible Solution for Supporting People with Depression in the Community across Europe Maria Wolters, Luis Ferrini, Juan Martinez-Miranda, Helen Hastie, Chris Burton University of Edinburgh, UK FVA, Italy UPVLC , Spain14:00-15:30Management of Chronic Diseases - Development of New and InnovativeAssisting Technologies (1) Hosted by UNIK Management of chronic diseases is one of the greatest challenges to the healthcare sector in Denmark as well as in the rest of the world. Join the Danish Partnership UNIK in a workshop focusing on development of new technologies for the benefit of persons with a chronic disease as well as for the public healthcare sector. How can new technology make disease management easier for both patients and the healthcare sector? Examples of new technologies on prototype level for people with COPD will be presented along with a presentation of methods to secure end user involvement in the developing process. What are the effects for both patients and healthcare care professionals when digital personal health is introduced? The workshop will also focus on challenges in current and future ICT infrastructures for healthcare services and how to accelerate the deployment of telemedical solutions. How can we ensure interoperability and still support SMEs in developing innovative solutions? Home Training Platform for COPD Patients using Microsoft Kinect Kasper Hallenborg University of Southern Denmark, Denmark Sketching of Welfare Technologies – Co-Creating New Solutions for Health Morten Wagner DELTA, Denmark Development of Assisting Technology for COPD Speaker TBC16:00-17:30Management of Chronic Diseases - Development of New and InnovativeAssisting Technologies (2) Hosted by UNIK
    • Personal Health Record for Chronic Patient Birthe Dinesen Aalborg University Connect2Care - Challenges In Current and Future Infrastructures for Healthcare Services Michael C hristensen Aarhus University Challenges in Future Infrastructure Speaker TBCConference Room 311:00-13:00Homecare and Telemonitoring (1)C hair: Laurent Billonnet, ENSIL, University of Limoges, France Hospital at Home: Telemedicine Assisted Discharge of COPD Patients to the Home Environment Johannes Bergsaaker-Aspoey, Mariann Svanes Stavanger University hospital, Norway Software Model and Algorithms to Monitor Training At Home with Advanced Sensor Technologies Kasper Hallenborg University of Southern Denmark, Maersk Institute, Denmark Technology-based Management of Emotional Wellbeing in the Older Population Julie Doyle C ASALA, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland Domestic Risk Prevention and Technologies: New Jobs of Tomorrow for Home Support Laurent Billonnet, Pierre Boutet, Eugenie Peyrot, Sophie Queriaud, Jean- Michel Dumas University of Limoges, ENSIL, France MSA Service Limousin, France ICT Health at Home: What Opportunities Exist on the Horizon of 2015-2020? Multi-client Study (February 2012) C aroline Simonpietri, Henri Delahaie C ODA STATEGIES, France AFA-ConnectAlzheimer, a Cognitive Stimulation Platform for Alzheimer Patients and to Support their Carers at Home Juan C arlos Castro, Josep Benavent i2C at Foundation, Spain A framework for Business Continuity Management in Home-Care Context
    • Olfa Rejeb, François Marmier, Elyes Lamine, Hervé Pingaud, Rémi Bastide Université de Toulouse - Mines dAlbi, CGI, France Université de Toulouse, IRIT, CUFR J.F. C hampollion, ISIS, France DREAMING – Alarm and Monitoring System for Empowerment of Elderly Citizens C asper Marcussen, Mette Atipei C raggs, Jane Clemensen MedC om / Region of Southern Denmark, Denmark Go-mylife: How ICT Can Improve and Facilitate the Social Interaction While Ageing Idoya Olalde, Jose Manrique Lopez de la Fuente Andago, Spain14:00-15:45Homecare and Telemonitoring (2)C hair: Markus Lindlar, German Aerospace Center (DLR) - Institute of AerospaceMedicine, Germany Improving Care of the Elderly with an Intelligent Bed Natascha Soerensen, Birthe Dinesen, Claus Oestergaard Aalborg University, Denmark InnovationSpot, Denmark Plug&Care-Connector – A Middleware to Reduce Costs and Create Platform Independence in Telemonitoring Programs Markus Lindlar, Doreen Seider, Steven Mohr German Aerospace Center (DLR) - Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Germany German Aerospace Center (DLR) - Simulation and Software Technology, Germany New Approach to pHealth, Based on Wireless Monitoring of Vital Signs and on Online Evaluation of Disease Risk Jaroslav Jansa, Karel Zvolsky, Vaclav Kolcava, Ivo Vanek, Marek Semerad Immobiliser C entral Europe, Czech Republic C OMINFO, C zech Republic C zech National Noise Observatory, Czech Republic Township Cerhenice, Czech Republic Telemonitoring of Diabetic Retinopathy in Rural Areas in Lithuania Alvydas Paunksnis, Leonas Valius, Kornelijus Andrijauskas, Daiva Imbrasiene, Remigijus Gricius, Romualdas Kizlaitis Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania Kaltinenai Primary Care C entre, Lithuania Vilnius University, Lithuania ElderCare - How Technology Can Help To Care for Elderly People Who Live Alone, By Knowing Their Health and Habit Data Inigo Gonzalez, Jose Manrique Lopez Andago, Spain A 3D Accelerometry-based Fall Detection System for the Elderly: Realistic False Alarm Rate and Sensitivity C ristina Soaz, Christian Lederer, Martin Daumer SLC MSR-The Human Motion Institute, Technical University Munich, Germany Successful Business Case: Telecommunication Product allowing eHealth Companies to Extend Lifetime of Their PSTN Devices Marc Berrebi
    • eDevice, France16:00-17:00eHealth in Support of Routine Medical Practice (1)C hair: TBC Supporting the Therapist in eSupport Jonas Sjöström, Sven Alfonsson Uppsala University, Sweden Tele-Regulation as a Means to an Efficient Management Marcia Rendeiro, Eduardo Maia, Sidnei Otavio Vicente Franco Secretaria Municipal de Saude e Defesa Civil do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Strategy for Reduction of Specialist Appointment Queues Alaneir de Fatima dos Santos, Roseli da Costa Oliveira, Neuslene Rievrs Queiroz, Ana Pitchon, Humberto Jose Alves Federal University of Minas Gerais School of Medicine, Brazil Belo Horizonte City Health Department, Brazil Web Portal Patient-Generated Messages: Are Patients Using This Mode of Access Safely? Frederick North, Sarah Crane, Robert Stroebel, Sidna Tulledge-Scheitel Mayo C linic, USAConference Room 411:00-13:00Evidence of Telehealth Outcomes (2)C hair: Richard Scott, University of Calgary, Canada Challenges in the Implementation of the Diagnostic and Treatment Expert System for Hypertension in Pregnancy Gudu Jael, David Gichoya, Paul Nyongesa, Alex Muumbo Moi University, Kenya Cloud Health: Lessons Learned from a Practical Example on Telemedicine Primary Care Service Launch for 2,000 patients Fred de Gispert Boix, Miguel Tsuchiya, Fco. Javier Sancho, Marc Arnal Flowlab, Spain The Use of Basic Available Technologies to Enable Healthcare: Diabetic Retinopathy Ashley Bess Medical Research Council, South Africa e-Health and the Disaster Management Cycle C ourtney Sieben, Richard Scott, Moné Palacios University of C algary, Canada e-Health and the Haddon Matrix – Identifying Where and How e- Health can Assist in Disaster Management C amila Maturana, Richard Scott, Moné Palacios University of C algary, Canada Clinical Decision Support Based on Practice Guidelines: A Business Case on Prostate Cancer Treatment
    • Denis Pierre Normind, France Webbased Lifestyle Self-Management for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Marike Hettinga, Jacqueline Slegten, Jan Nauta, Lammie van den Bosch, Gertie Smeets, Hannie Piels Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands Isala C linics, The Netherlands Bonstato, The Netherlands Impact of Motivational Interview to Increase Teleconsultations Requests: Analysis of an Experience in Minas Gerais Maria do C armo Barros de Melo, Alaneir de Fátima dos Santos, Maria Angélica de Salles Dias, Rosália Moraes Torres, Cláudio Souza, Humberto José Alves Federal University of Minas Gerais School of Medicine, Brazil14:00-15:30Image Transfer: Challenges and AchievementsC hair: TBC Comparison between Digital Video Transport System (DVTS) and High Definition H.323 in Telemedicine C ao Minh, Shuji Shimizu, Kuriko Kudo, Yasuaki Antoku, Nobuhiro Torata, Koji Okamura, Naoki Nakashima, Masao Tanaka Vietnam National Agency for Science and Technology Information, Vietnam Kyushu University Hospital, Japan Kyushu University, Japan Kyushu University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Japan Broadband Access for e-Health Use: A Study on PACS Application Bruno Salgues, Robert Picard Institut Telecom/ TIC et Santé, France C GIET, France Ultrasound Imaging Teleconsultations in Peru and Brazil Despina Rizou, Alex Tronchoni, Wayne Menary Fraunhofer IGD, Germany SENAI-CETA, Brazil GEOPAC, UK Enabling Telemedicine and Real-time Videoconferencing with AIO HD Camera System Speaker TBC Rebonson, USA16:00-17:30Setting Standards and Guidelines for Telehealth ServicesC hair: Malcolm Fisk, Health Design and Technology Institute (HDTI), CoventryUniversity, UK Presented by TeleSCoPE
    • The primary objective of TeleSCoPE (Telehealth Services C ode of Practice for Europe) is to develop a comprehensive Code of Practice for Telehealth Services (i.e. relating to that aspect of telemedicine and telecare delivered in the home and mediated through ICT). TeleSCoPE will, through establishing service standards, help establish relationships of trust between users, patients and providers and contribute to overall health and well-being. The standards will provide a quality benchmark for service regulation in member states. Other standards, including technical (interoperability) and information (privacy, etc.), will be referenced. The strategic relevance of TeleSCoPE relates to the fit with EU initiatives that promote healthy lifestyles, healthy workforce, healthy life-years and healthy ageing, social inclusion and engagement, economic and social development, IC T application and the coordination of policies and programmes within member states. More details of this TeleSCoPE consultation meeting at Med-e-Tel will be confirmed closer to the event. Join us for a stimulating debate that will help shape the envisioned Code of Practice and promote telehealth adoption in Europe in general.Conference Room 509:00-17:30Session régionale de formation:Retour sur Investissement Réel des Investissements en eHealth (Note: This regional session is held exclusively in French. All other Med-e-Tel conference sessions are in English.) Presenté en collaboration avec Accenture La session débutera par une formation méthodologique assurée par François Daue (Directeur Solstisse - Solutions and Strategies for Healthcare) et deux business cases présentés par Accenture. Ensuite, pour assurer un réel partage dexpériences, des représentants dhôpitaux et structures de santé, de lindustrie, et des autorités publiques et mutualités prendront la parole pour partager les besoins, les défis, et les réalisations sur le terrain. La formation donnera des réponses pratiques aux questions suivantes: o C omment calculer le retour sur investissement réel des investissements en informatique santé? Toutes les étapes à suivre, les types de gains et les indicateurs possibles. o Quels bénéfices puis-je vraiment espérer? o Quelles sont les solutions qui marchent et celles à oublier? o Quelles leçons puis-je tirer de lexpérience de mes confrères au cours des dix dernières années? o C omment dois-je adapter ma stratégie en tant que cadre hospitalier, industriel, autorité publique ou professionnel de santé pour maximiser les bénéfices?
    • Exhibition Hall17:00-20:00Poster SessionC hair: Andre Petitet, CATEL, France A Framework for Intensive Patient-Oriented Health Wiki; a Responsible Web-Based Reference for Looking up Health Problems Solmaz Massah, Behzad Karimzad Sharifi University C ollege of Nabi Akram, Iran Department of IT Management, Electronic Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran An Overview of eHealth Activities in Ghana Ebenezer Afari-Kumah, Yunkap S. Kwankam Accra Institute of Technology/Open University of Malaysia, Ghana Global eHealth Consultants, Switzerland Applicability of a Formative Second Opinion in the Resolutiveness of the Primary Attention in Healthcare Marcia Rendeiro, Cristine Vieira, Debora Teixeira, Alexa ndra Monteiro Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro/Telessauúde, Brazil Applying Machine Learning To Predict the Progression of HIV Infection Using CD4 Yashik Singh, Maurice Mars Dept. of Telehealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Assistive Tools for Real-time Optimized Audits of Homes of People with Disabilities or with Loss of Autonomy Laurent Billonnet, Franck Bouillon, Lina Galet, Fabien Mas, Sophie Quériaud, Jean-Michel Dumas University of Limoges, France MSA Service Limousin, France Closing the Patient Empowerment Gap of National Healthcare Services with Quick Response Code Surayya Urazimbetova, Morten Kyng C enter for Pervasive Healthcare, Computer Science Department, Aarhus University, Denmark Collaborative Effort for Evidence in eHealth in Asia Shariq Khoja, Hammad Durrani, Saira Nigar, Afroz Sajwani, Abdul Muqeet, Zahid Ali Faheem AKDN eHealth Resourcse C entre (eHRC), Aga Khan University, Kenya Aga Khan University, Pakistan E-database Dedicated to Improving the Quality of Hospital Services and Better Utilization of Resources Biljana Brankovic, Dragana Jovicevic, Ana Jovicevic Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia, Serbia E-diabetes: Its Impact On Intervention and Its Obstacles Pegah Rezai-Rad, Elaheh Omidvari Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), Iran eHealth Governance for Africa
    • Ian Lawson, Adesina Iluyemi, Sean Broomhead, Tom JonesTintree International eHealth Leadership and Development, South AfricaGlobal Health Commission, New Partnership for Africas Development(NEPAD) Council, NigeriaeHealth in Kenya – Readiness Assessment of Two CountiesSalesio-Mbogo KiuraKenya Methodist University, KenyaElectronic Indoor Morbidity Mortality Report: A Realistic Approach toDischarge Data Collection and AnalysisNadish Kariyawasam, Buddika DayaratnePlanning Unit, Ministry of Health, Sri LankaMedical Statistics Unit, Ministry of Health, Sri LankaE-readiness Assessment Framework in Health and other Fields:Studies in the World and IranFarzaneh Nattagh, Majid Rezai-Rad, Reza VaeziShiraz, IranAllameh Tabatabai Univ., Faculty of Management & Accounting, IranTehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), IranEvaluation of Websites Providing Health Education in IranHormoz Sanaei Nasab, Majid Rezai-Rad, Majid Parnianfar, Akbar Estarki,Pegah Rezai-Rad, Nahid MaghsoodiDepartment of Health Education & Promotion, University of BaqyiatallahMedical Sciences, School of Health, IranShahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (SBUMS), IranTehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS), IranICT Tools for Early Diagnosis Support (TB) - TEDSLady Murrugarra, Paco Prieto, Juan Agapito, Vanesa Lobato, Henry Anchante,Edita MurrugarraUPC H, PeruFoundation Ctic, SpainInfoculture: A Barrier for the Access to Permanent Education?Marcia Rendeiro, Cristine Vieira, Debora Teixeira, Alexandra MonteiroUniversidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro/Telessaude, BrazilMENTORbike - Intelligent and Automated Training Support with aPedelecBoris Feodoroff, Alexandra Chapko, Michael Schlicker, Alexander Schmitt,Horst Walter, Volker StuetzingerDeutsche Sporthochschule Köln Zentrum für Gesundheit, GermanyDeutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI), GermanyINTERACTIVE Software Solutions, GermanyBitifEye Digital Test Solutions, GermanyBenchmark Drives, GermanyModeling Extraction of Temporal Knowledge from Patient RecordsValerian Agbasonu, Augustina Ogini, Udoka NnodumImo State University, NigeriaFederal Medical Centre Owerri, NigeriaNursing Professionals Barriers for the Use of EducationalTechnologies: An Integrative Literature ReviewMaria Auxiliadora Trevizan, Patrícia de Carvalho Nagliate, Paula CristinaNogueira, Simone de Godoy, Alessandra Mazzo, Isabel Amelia Costa Mendes
    • University of Sao Paulo at Ribeirao Preto College of Nursing, WHOC ollaborating Centre for Nursing Research Development, BrazilOASIS II Implementation and Preliminary Results in BonsaasoMillennium Village, GhanaSeth Ohemeng-DapaahMillennium Village Project, MDG West and Central Africa C enter Bamako, MaliPatients on ARV Treatment in Burkina Faso: Analysis of the cohort of2010 Patients on ARV TreatmentZabsonre Inoussa, M.J. Sanou, G.R. CazalBurkina FasoPredicting a Single HIV Drug Resistance Measure from ThreeInternational Interpretation Gold StandardsYashik Singh, Maurice MarsDept. of Telehealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, University ofKwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaPrivacy Preserving Data Mining TechnologyAsmaa Rashid, Norizan Binti Mohd YasinUniversity of Malaya, MalaysiaProposal of a Course Script and Model in a Virtual LearningEnvironmentMaria Trevizan, Carlos Seixas, Simone Godoy, Alessandra Mazzo, JoséMartins, Isabel MendesUniversity of Sao Paulo at Ribeirao Preto College of Nursing, BrazilNursing School of Coimbra, PortugalQuality Healthcare for Deprived Rural PopulationNazir Ahmed VaideHealth Services, PakistanRegional Telemedicine Network for Multidrug-Resistant TuberculosisTreatment and ControlAnton Vladzymyrskyy, Vladimir MozgovoyDonetsk National Medical University, UkraineDonetsk Regional Clinical Tuberculosis Hospital, UkraineResults of Online Remote Technical Support towards a TelecardiologyProject in Southern BrazilRobert Timm, Adolfo Sparenberg, Gabriel Fetter da Silva, Edmilson SiqueiraeHealth C entre/Cardiology Institute of RS, BrazilRural Tele-Healthcare ProjectManoj KalraLibra MedTrans, IndiaSemantic Web and its Application in Health SystemElahe Omidvari, Fatemeh Ghandali, Nahid MirzaeiTehran University of Medical Sciences, IranSmall Clinics CRM; A Key Factor in Promotion of Follow-Up Care (AProposed Framework for Iranian Healthcare System)Behzad Karimzad Sharifi, Solmaz Massah, S. Kamal Chaharsooghi, RezayatParviziDepartment of IT Management, Electronic Branch, Islamic Azad University,
    • IranUniversity C ollege of Nabi Akram, IranIndustrial Eng. Department, School of Eng., Tarbiat Modares University, IranTabriz University of Medical Sciences, IranSmart Homes in 2012: When the Floor Becomes Intelligent for Peoplewith Loss of AutonomyLaurent Billonnet, Marion Fayet, Amélie Le Roux, Damien Marbouty, ClairePeurichard, Alexandre Besnier, Jérémy Bonnin, Florian Rabiller, Marion Soulié,Emmanuel Desbordes, Jean-Michel DumasUniversity of Limoges, ENSIL, FranceJean Favard High School, FranceSmartphone Adoption by Doctors and Medical Staff. A Case StudyGeorgios Kolostoumpis, Georgios Giakoumis, Kleanthi MakrygiannakiUniversity of C ity, GreeceGeneral Hospital of Athens: Alexandra, GreeceSmartphones in Preventing Blindness: TeleophthalmologyAssessment of Diabetic Retinopathy Fundus ImagesSajeesh KumarUniversity of Pittsburgh, USASocial Media for Health and Wellness PromotionManish Nachnani, Neeraj KakkarIndiaSocial Media- Health IT - Behavioural Finance Improving HealthcareBehaviour by Using Social Media and Health 2.0Manish Nachnani, Neeraj KakkarIndiaSocial Networks and Telehealth: Telehealth UERJ-Brazils Experiencein Preventing Childhood Obesity at SchoolsMarta Rocha, Joao Neves, Rodrigo Santos, Munique Santos, Edson Diniz,Alexandra MonteiroState University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilSoftware for Low Cost Digitalization of Radiographic Films inTeleradiology: Telehealth Center UERJ RJ BrazilAlexandra Monteiro, Amit Bhaya, Edson Diniz, Jaime Grande, LeonardoFerreira, Marta RochaState University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilFederal University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilSustainability Plan for MEDNet Project in BrazilDespina Rizou, Joao Carlos Cavalcanti da SilveiraFraunhofer IGD, GermanySanta C asa Hospital Porto Alegre, BrazilTelehealth as Professional Update: The Experience of Telehealth UERJBrazil Networks Program in Distance Education CourseMunique Santos, Rodrigo Santos, Joao Neves, Marta Rocha, Edson Diniz,Alexandra MonteiroState University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilTelehealth UERJ RJ-Brazil Networks: The Impact of UsingTechnologies for TeleconsultingRodrigo Santos, Munique Santos, Joao Neves, Marta Rocha, Edson Diniz,
    • Alexandra Monteiro State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Telehealth UERJ RJ-Brazil: Innovating by the Fusion of Technologies for Teleconferences Munique Santos, Rodrigo Santos, Joao Neves, Marta Rocha, Edson Diniz, Alexandra Monteiro State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Telehealth UERJ RJ-Brazil: The Impact of Using Technologies for Health Education Edson Diniz, Marta Rocha, Rodrigo Santos, Joao Neves, Munique Santos, Alexandra Monteiro State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Telemedicine and Use of Emerging Technologies - Kinect(microsoft) and Augmented Reality Manish Nachnani, Neeraj Kakkar India Teleradiology at Emergency Units in Rio de Janeiro: Reporting Telehealth UERJ-Brazil Experience on the Issue Alexandra Monteiro, Edson Diniz, Rodrigo Santos, Joao Neves, Marta Rocha, Munique Santos State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil The Canadian e-Health for Haiti Initiative Richard Scott, Moné Palacios, Camila Maturana, Courtney Sieben University of C algary, Canada Treating the Needy Patients Free Pramesh Koirala Health C oncern, Nepal U-CARE – A Research Program on Psychosocial Care via the Internet Jonas Sjöström, Sven Alfonsson, E. Olsson Uppsala University, Sweden University Network in Telemedicine (RUTE) and Telehealth Brazililian Networks: Telehealth UERJ Center RJ-Brazil Edson Diniz, Munique Santos, Rodrigo Santos, Marta Rocha, Joao Neves, Alexandra Monteiro State University of Rio de Janeiro, BrazilFriday 20 April 2012Conference Room 109:00-10:30International Telemedicine and eHealth Initiatives and Developments (2)C hair: TBC Computer-aided Classification of Lymph Nodes in Patient with Loco - Regionally Advanced Head and Neck Cancer Nikola C ihoric, Branimir Reljin, Nikola Reljin, Milorad Paskas, Dubravka Jevtic, Michael Schmücking Inselspital, C linic for Radiooncology, University of Bern, Switzerland
    • Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia Musculoskeletal Telerehabilitation User Satisfaction: Preliminary Report Based on CLEAR Project Karolina Krawczak, Wojciech Glinkowski, Dominika Cabaj, Anna Czyzewska, Katarzyna Walesiak, Andrzej Gorecki C hair and Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System, Poland C enter of Excellence "TeleOrto", Poland Medical University of Warsaw, Poland Polish Telemedicine Society, Poland Telemedicine: India Country Report Saroj Kanta Mishra Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), India Opportunities for and Barriers to eHealth and Telemedicine Implementation: A South African Perspective Lynn Ncala, Moretlo Molefi South Africa ARTEC – Remote Consultation and Medical Information System Roberto Schliesser eWaveMD, Israel11:00-13:00Regional Initiatives in Telemedicine and eHealth (1)C hair: TBC Asynchronous and Synchronous Teleneonatology – Clinical Experience at National and Regional Levels Anton Vladzymyrskyy, Olga Ryaskova Association for Ukrainian Telemedicine and eHealth Development, Ukraine Donetsk Municipal Clinical Hospital N6, Ukraine eHealth: Case Studies in the Czech Republic Lenka Lhotska, Jana Zvarova, Libor Seidl C zech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Euromise Center, Czech Republic Biotelemetry Tool for Healthcare in Local Area Jocelio Barbosa, Daniel Goroso, Leonardo Juan Ramirez Lopez Mogi das C ruzes University, Brazil Nueva Granada University, Brazil National Strategy on Telehealth for Slovenia – One Year Progress in Preparation of The Document Drago Rudel, Tina Vidjen, Jozef Gaspersic, Marko Breskvar The Slovenian Medical Informatics Association, Slovenia Data Privacy Protection of Medical Data in a National Context Uwe Roth, Heiko Zimmermann, Stefan Benzschawel C RP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg Challenges of Implementing Telemedicine Projects, the Limpopo Experience Saskia Nysschens, Moretlo Molefi
    • Telemedicine Africa, South Africa14:00-15:30Regional Initiatives in Telemedicine and eHealth (2)C hair: TBC VA SCAN-ECHO Initiative Gerald Grass Veterans Administration Connecticut Healthcare System, USA The Experience of Developing an Electronic Advance Care Plan for Residents of Aged Care Facilities in Australia Sharon Condon, Isabelle Ellis, Robyn Brogan, Colleen Cheek, Elizabeth C ummings, Peter Orpin, Timothy Skinner Rural C linical School, University of Tasmania, Australia School of Nursing & Midwifery, University of Tasmania, Australia School of Computing and Information Services, University of Tasmania, Australia University Department of Rural Health (UDRH), University of Tasmania, Australia Innovation for Welfare, Turning Welfare Challenges into Business Opportunities Mariona Sanz Ausas, Lieke van Alphen Director of International R+D Division, ACC1O, Spain Policy Advisor European affairs, Province Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands acCURAte-Business (CURA-B): Enabling the Innovative Power of Entrepreneurs to Strengthen Services in Health and Social Care Markets Arend Roos Program Manager IZ-Zeeland, Economische Impuls Zeeland, The Netherlands The CAPTOS Story: 15 Years of Rural Professionals Capacity Building through Videonferencing. How Has It Happened? Sue Foley, Ken Nunn The C hildrens Hospital at Westmead, AustraliaConference Room 209:00-10:30Promoting Telemedicine/eHealth Practice: ISfTeH Student VideoconferenceSessionC hair: Maurice Mars, South African Telemedicine Association, S outh Africa Presented by the International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth (ISfTeH) - Student Working Group The 3D Posture Telediagnostics: Preliminary Efficiency Study Agnieszka Zukowska, Bozena Glinkowska, Jakub Michonski, Robert Sitnik, Wojciech Glinkowski Students Scientific C lub - "TeleHealth", Medical University of Warsaw, Poland Department of Sports and Physical Education, Medical University of Warsaw,
    • Poland Institute of Micromechanics and Photonics, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland C hair and Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System, Poland C enter of Excellence "TeleOrto", Poland Medical University of Warsaw, Poland Polish Telemedicine Society, Poland The Development of Web-Based Surveying Platform for eHealth and Clinical Telemedicine Bartlomiej Lukasik, Wojciech Glinkowski, Krzysztof Marasek Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, Poland C hair and Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology of Locomotor System, Poland C enter of Excellence "TeleOrto", Poland Medical University of Warsaw, Poland Polish Telemedicine Society, Poland Telemedicine - Future of Universal Healthcare in India Shobhit Rastogi, Neha Singhal Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India IT Solution to the Quality Problem of Medical Laboratory Documentation (Case Study: Cameroon) Fatimatou Wefuan Tromsø, Norway Validation of Physiological Data Transmission System Raphael Ferreira, Jeferson Rosario, Maicon Much, Ismael Scheffler, Thais Russomano Toth Technology, Brazil Best Presentation Award - ISfTeH Students Videoconference Session11:00-13:00eLearningC hair: TBC The Art of Learning and Integrating; Improving Quality and Affordability of Health Care Through the eHealth Package Nicolaas Moens IIC D (International Institute for C ommunication and Development), The Netherlands TRANSFoRm: Vision of a Healthcare Learning System Vasa C urcin, Adel Taweel, Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Mark McGilchrist, Siobhan C larke, Derek Corrigan, Brendan Delaney Imperial College London, UK Kings C ollege London, UK University of Birmingham, UK University of Dundee, UK University of Dublin, Ireland Royal C ollege of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland Using Social Media and Health IT to Promote Health and Wellness and Provide Healthcare Education to Health Workers Manish Nachnani
    • India Laparoscopic Surgery Education and a Multinational Project for Distance Learning Levent Avtan, Cavit Avci, Guy-Bernard Cadière Istanbul University, Istanbul Medical Faculty, Turkey C HU Saint Pierre, Service of General Surgery, Belgium Improving Hand Hygiene Compliance by E-Health Initiatives: At Distance Education Program Rodrigo Santos, Loriane Konkewicz, Nadia Kuplich, Marcia Pires, Carem Lovatto, Sandra Gastal, Cristiane Borella, Jamila Grigolo, Elisa Conter Infection Control C ommittee, Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil e-Health Program, Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre, Brazil Technology Use for Health Education to Caregivers: An Integrative Review of Nursing Literature Isabel Amelia Costa Mendes, Paula C ristina Nogueira, Patrícia de Carvalho Nagliate, Simone de Godoy, Elaine Rangel University of Sao Paulo at Ribeirao Preto College of Nursing, WHO C ollaborating Centre for Nursing Research Development, Brazil Federal University of Piaui, Brazil Telemedicine in the Training and the Services of a General Surgery Service in Mali Seydou Tidiane Traore, Djibril Sangare, Sadio Yena, C heick Omar Bagayoko, Sambou Soumare, Mahamadou Toure "C entre dExpertise et de Recherche en Télémédecine et E-Santé", Mali C hirurgie A, CHU Point G, Mali Hopital du Mali, Mali14:00-16:00eHealth for Low Resource Settings and Developing CountriesC hair: TBC TeleMedicine Initiatives in Pakistan - A Model for the Healthcare Deprived Nations Nazir Ahmed Vaid eHealth Services, Pakistan HealthHope for Developing Nations, World Wide Nalinni Gupta, Sam Gulve Innovate Vertical Solutions, India Feasibility and Diagnostic Accuracy of Internet-based Dynamic Telepathology between Uganda and Germany Dan Wamala, Achilles Katamba, Otto Dworak Mulago Hospital, Uganda Epidemiology and Biostatistics Unit, School of Medicine, Makerere University, C ollege of Health Sciences Kampala, Uganda Institute of Pathology, Fuerth Teaching Hospital of the University of Erlangen, Germany Patients on ARV Treatment in Burkina Faso: Analysis of the cohort of 2009 Patients on ARV treatment at 12 months Zabsonre Inoussa, M.J. Sanou, G.R. Cazal Burkina Faso Forensic Telepsychiatry: A Solution For the Developing World
    • Maurice Mars Dept. of Telehealth, Nelson R Mandela School of MEdicine, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa One Thousand Web-based Tele-consults: Analysis of What the Patients Ask and the Challenge of Replying Reza Assadi Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran Basic e-Health Service for the Unconnected Rural Poor: A Simplified Model Sultanur Reza Grameenphone, Bangladesh Promoting an Enabling Environment for ICT in the Health Sector in Nigeria Udoka Lydia Nnodum Federal Medical Centre Owerri, Nigeria Vulnerability and Effects of Climate Change to Older People in Africa Aisha Namutebi, Solome Nanteza Youth C rime Watch Uganda, Uganda Comparative Diagnosis of the Situation of Telehealth in Nine Countries in Latin America Alaneir de Fatima dos Santos, Humberto Jose Alves, Luis Ari Messina, Simone dos Santos, Claudio Souza Federal University of Minas Gerais School of Medicine, Brazil University Telemedicine Network/Ministry of Science and Technology, Brazil E-Health Readiness Assessment Framework (EHRAF) in Iran Majid Rezai-Rad, Reza Vaezi, Farzaneh Nattagh, Hormoz Sanaei Nasab Allameh Tabatabai University, Faculty of Management and Accounting, Iran Dept. of Health Education & Promotion, Univ. of Baqyiatallah Medical Sciences (UBMS), School of Health, IranConference Room 309:00-10:30Telecardiology (2)C hair: Toon Poppe, Heart Link Online, Belgium The EVOLVO Study: Remote Monitoring in Heart Failure Patients with Implantable Defibrillator C ristina Masella, Gabriella Borghi, Maurizio Marzegalli, Sergio Valsecchi, Maurizio Landolina, Paolo Zanaboni, Giovanni B. Perego, Milan Maurizio Lunati, Milan Antonio Curnis DIG - Politecnico di Milano, Italy C efriel, Italy C arlo Borromeo Hospital, Italy Medtronic Italia, Italy Fondazione Policlinico S. Matteo IRCCS, Italy Istituto Auxologico S. Luca Hospital, Italy Niguarda Hospital, Italy Ospedali Civili, Brescia, Italy A Device for Separation of Heart Sound from Respiratory Sound Using Lab-View during Auscultation
    • Yogesh Gaidhane, Peter Cudd, Mahesh Pawar, Abhay Gaidhane, Zahiruddin Quazi Syed SVSS College of Engineering and Research, India ScHARR, University of Sheffield, UK Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, India Health Link Online Wireless Online Real Time Transmission of all Health Data to Dedicated Portal and Authori Database Toon Poppe Heart Link Online, Belgium MARATHON, a Cardiac Rehabilitation Institutional Grade Treadmill: An Overview and Challenges Georgios Kolostoumpis, Anatoli Tsiaousidis, Kleanthi Makrygiannaki University of C ity, Greece WolfMedica Medizintechnick, Germany Alexandra University Hospital, Greece TelMedHome - Fast and Cheap Home Care Monitoring of the Patients with Cardiac Diseases Ryszard Krzyminiewski Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland Yardsticks And Dashboards for Telemedicine Maturity: A Teleradiology Case Study Liezl Van Dyk, Myra Triegaardt Stellenbosch University, South Africa11:00-13:00eHealth in Support of Routine Healthcare Practice (2)C hair: Saskia Timmer, Webber autismcare2.0, Dr. Leo Kannerhuis, The Netherlands Standard Operating Procedures for Telemedical Care in Emergency Medical Services C hristian Buescher, Harold Fischermann, Frederik Hirsch, Marie-Thérèse Schneiders, Joerg Brokmann, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke IMA of RWTH Aachen University, Germany Department of Anaesthesiology, University Hospital Aachen, Germany Specifying Workflow Requirements for Holistic Care Flora Malamateniou, Mikaela Poulymenopoulou, George Vassilacopoulos University of Piraeus, Department of Digital Systems, Greece Autismecare2.0, A New Approach for Mental Health Care Saskia Timmer, Astrid van Dijk Webber autismcare2.0, Dr. Leo Kannerhuis, The Netherlands Personal Health Record Market Ecosystem: An Analysis of Key Success Factors André Schiltz, Jean-Marc Temerson, Gilles Zanolin France Telecom - Orange Labs, France A Systematic Review of IT Based Health Interventions Frederik Kerssenfischer, Tobias Fritsch Germany Effects for Age-Related Diseases Fabio Buccolini, Alessandro Pinto, Isabelle Bourdel-Marchasson, Luzia
    • Valentini, Patrizia DAlessio, Florence Pryen, Jean-François Loumeau, Zoubida C harouf, Jennifer Piquet, Andrea Melini, Lorenzomaria Donini, Barbara Neri, Annarita Proiett, Aurora Aiello, Jessica Durrieu, Christèle Blanc-Bisson, Patrizia Brigidi, Silvana Hrelia, Patrizia Hrelia, Emanuela Leoncini, Sabrina Angelini, Alessandra Baccigotti, Rita Ostan, Claudio Franceschi Vox Net, Italy University of Rome SAPIENZA, Italy C entre Henri Choussat Hopital Xavier Arnozan, France C HARITE Hospital, Germany AISA, France AC TIAL, Portugal University of Bologna, Italy Interoperability in Integrated Biomedical Systems Lenka Lhotska, Michal Huptych, Miroslav Bursa C zech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Enhancing M-Health Services: eWaveMD Telemedicine Solution for Ethiopia - A Practical Approach Roberto Schliesser eWaveMD, Israel14:00-16:00Distance ConsultationsC hair: TBC Patient Centered Telemedicine - Virtual Exam Room Nicole Hill, Doug Charles Alcatel-Lucent, France Alcatel-Lucent, USA Anatomy of a Teleconsultation Jacques Cinqualbre, Damien Uhlrich, Nicolas Grosse, Medy Benzeghba, C lément Cohen, Florian Duchesne, Gregory Galiana, Claude Bronner HOPI medical, France NEOLINKS, France APIMA, France Roadmap Dermato-ICT Model and Possible Opportunity to Explore in the Field to Establish Reza Bin Zaid, Dara Bin Zaid, Arkanul Islam, Ali Ahsan Rupok, Al Mamun Bipu, Nuruzzaman Milon, Jamila Begum Telemedicine Working Group Bangladesh, Bangladesh Grameenphone, Bangladesh Lab Aid Specialized Hospital, Bangladesh CLAHRC Health Improvement Support System (HISS) Vasa C urcin, Thomas Woodcock, Julie Reed, Derek Bell Imperial College London, UK C helsea & Westminster Hospital, UK Construction and Evaluation of a Website on Health of the Elderly Isabel Mendes, Ariana Souza, Elaine Andrade, Maria Helena Luz, Maria do Livramento Figueiredo, Maria Axiliadora Trevizan University of Sao Paulo at Ribeirao Preto College of Nursing, WHO C ollaborating Centre for Nursing Research Development, Brazil Department of Nursing of the Health Sciences Center at the Federal University of Piaui, Brazil
    • Using a Teleophthalmology Service to Facilitate the Appropriate Referral of Patients with Diabetic Eye Disease Sam Surka, Juzer Surka Medical Research Council, South Africa Walter Sisulu University and Nelson Mandela Hospital, South Africa Texting: The Way We Prefer to Communicate? Kristie Holmes Union University, USAConference Room 409:00-10:30Benefits of Free/Libre Open Source Software in Health Care (FLOSS-HC) (1)C hair: TBC Presented in cooperation with the International Medical Informatics Association, European Federation for Medical Informatics, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth Application of Open Source Software in Clinical Daily Routine: Position of German and European Hospital CIOs Holger Schmuhl, Oliver Heinze, Björn Bergh University Hospital Heidelberg, Dept. of Information Technology and Medical Engineering, Germany Creation of an Integral Distributed Tele-Ophthalmology System Diego Garcia Morate, Ismael Miranda-Diez, Javier Tovar-Velasco, Juan Nieto, C arlos Barrales-Ruiz MetaEmotion, Spain Hospital de Avila, Spain An Open Source Software Tool for Creating and Managing Patient Consents Electronically In IHE XDS.b environments Oliver Heinze, Markus Birkle, Holger Schmuhl, Björn Bergh University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany USB-boot Cloud Type Remote-desktop System Built by Open Source Software Atsushi Hosokawa, Naoki Nakayama Prefectual University of Hiroshima, Japan MSEC , Japan11:00-13:15International Workshop on Biomedical Informatics (BmI’12)C hair: Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem, Professor of Computer Science, Head of BiomedicalInformatics & Knowledge Engineering Research Unit, Faculty of C omputer andInformation sciences, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt The main objective of the International Workshop on Biomedical Informatics (BmI12) is to highlight, promote and disseminate new methodologies and technologies in the field of biomedical informatics. The Workshop aims to assemble the professionals related to the field of biomedical engineering,
    • computer science, IT, bioinformatics, biotechnology, electronics,communication, biological, medical, pharmaceutical and healthcare into asingle arena. "Telemedicine and eHealth" are the main themes of theworkshop.The BmI12 will provide an excellent opportunity for sharing experiences,knowledge and ideas amongst researchers, physicians and informaticsscientists from academia and practitioners.It is devoted to discussion of current research of the methodologies,techniques and technologies of artificial intelligence in medicine andhealthcare. In addition, the convergence of artificial intelligence and webtechnologies is enabling the creation and implementation of a new generationof the intelligent medical knowledge-based technology. Such technology willprovide a unique opportunity to distribute learning/education /training acrossmultiple sites while dramatically reducing travel related costs. Moreover,these new technologies are opening up huge possibilities for disabled peopleto gain better access to education and training.Organized by the Biomedical Informatics & Knowledge Engineering ResearchUnit, Faculty of C omputer and Information sciences, Ain Shams University,C airo, Egypt, the International Workshop on Biomedical Informatics willcombine stimulating research, presentations and practical examples withinformal networking. The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity toknow about the latest advances, applications and future trends connected tobiomedical informatics and its application in Telemedicine/eHealth.Building OBR-based OWL Ontology for Viral HepatitisIbrahim Moawad, Galal AL Marzoqi, Abdel-Badeeh SalemAin shams University, Faculty of Computer and Information Science, EgyptAnalyses and New Ways for Hospital Information SystemsVesselin Gueorguiev, Ivan Evgeniev IvanovTU Sofia, BulgariaOntology-Based Knowledge Representation for Liver CancerMarco Alfonse, Mostafa Aref, Abdel-Badeeh SalemAin Shams University, Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences, EgyptCollaborative Development of Dermatovenereology OntologyTatiana Gavrilova, Roman Ravodin, Eraterina Bolotnikova, A.V. KotkoGraduate School of Management, Saint Petersburg State University, RussiaMachine Learning Approach for Processing Myocardial PerfusionSPECT ImagesShymaa Elrefaie, Ken Revett, Abdel-Badeeh SalemVodafone, EgyptBritish University, EgyptAin Shams University, EgyptA Multi-Modal Biosignal Based Approach to Stress Detection DuringHuman Computer InteractionWael Khalifa, Kenneth Revett, Abdel Badeeh Salem, Mohamed RoushdyAin Shams University, Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences, EgyptBritish University, EgyptSoftware for Transfusion Laboratory PracticePolina Mihova, Iliya Pendzhurov, Jivka Vinarova, Antoaneta Timcheva
    • Biomedical Science Department, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria Using Location Information to Improve Security of Patients Electronic Healthcare Records in Areas with Shortage of Healthcare Professionals Zanifa Omary, Fredrick Mtenzi, Bing Wu School of Computing, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland Data Mining and its Applications in Medical Fields Nahid Mirzaei, Elahe Omidvari, Fatemeh Ghandali Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran14:00-15:30Benefits of Free/Libre Open Source Software in Health Care (FLOSS-HC) (2)C hair: TBC Presented in cooperation with the International Medical Informatics Association, European Federation for Medical Informatics, International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth New Openings for Open Standards in Healthcare Kazimierz Fraczkowski, Antoni Zwiefka Institute of Informatics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland Lower Silesian Voivodeship Marshal Office, Health Policy Department, Poland Moodle Report: The Cornerstone between Teaching Activities dnd Students Performance C arlos Kiyan, Maria Zolfo, Mandana Mehta, Freya Rasschaert, Lut Lynen Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium How to Make Use of a Wiki for Knowledge and Information Management in an Imaging Department Volker Lapczynski Akershus University Hospital, Norway Enabling Innovation by Open Hospital Architecture: the AEXIST Open Source Electronic Health Record initiative Remko Hoekstra AEXIST, The Netherlands Embracing eHealth: Free and Open Source (FOSS) Opportunities Salesio Kiura, Peterson Ontunya Kenya Methodist University, Kenya MECES – An Open Access, Secure, and Multi Language Medical Communication System Klaus Kayser, Stephan Borkenfeld, Amina Djenouni, Antonio Born, Dagmar Wind, Gian Kayser C harite, Germany Round up of the FLOSS-HC sessions and discussion of new developments and collaboration opportunities
    • Moderator: Thomas Karopka, EFMI LIFOSS WG & IMIA OS WG, Germany Conference Room 5 11:00-12:00 International Telemedicine and eHealth Initiatives and Developments (3) C hair: TBC Telemedicine Network Used for Team Building Contributes to Improve Case Management in the Remote Areas of Mongolia Densmaa Baldorj, Bolormaa Purev, Mungunchimeg Dagva, Mungun-Ulzii Khurelbaatar, Didier Patte Dornod Regional Diagnostic and Treatment C enter, Mongolia C ardiovascular Center Project, Mongolia C ardiovascular Center Project, France E-Health Dilemma in the Next 10 Years Vesselin Gueorguiev, Ivan Evgeniev Ivanov, Desislava Georgieva, Maria Nenova TU Sofia, Bulgaria Trauma Telemedicine: Providing Real-Time Solutions to Real-Time Problems Antonio Marttos, Fernanda Kuchkarian, Daniel Rojas, Gabriel Alonso, Jeffrey Augenstein University of Miami, USA Telemental Health in Biomedicine and Ayurveda: An Analysis of Online Health Forums in Slovenia and India Tanja Ahlin, Bianca Brijnath Heidelberg University, Germany Monash University, AustraliaOrganizer: ISf TeH - St. Urbangasse 2 - 8001 Zürich - SwitzerlandSecret ariat: TSI - Waardbeekdreef 1 - 1850 Grimbergen - BelgiumVenue: LUXEXPO S.A . - 10 circuit de la Foire Internationale - L-1347 Luxembourg