Fabian PrasserProfessor of Medical Informatics at the Berlin Institute of Health @ Charité
Fabian Prasser is Full Professor of Medical Informatics at the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Head of the BIH Medical Informatics Group. His research interests include the design and implementation of data integration solutions and information infrastructures for translational medical research and related challenges of data protection and information security. Important current projects in which he is working on these and related topics are the HiGHmed consortium of the German Medical Informatics Initiative (MII), the research data platform CODEX of the Network University Medicine (NUM) and NFDI4Health at the national level, as well as Health Outcomes Observatory (H2O) and ORCHESTRA at the European level.
Johannes StarlingenInterdisciplinary Digital Health Consultant, Howto Health GmbH, Germany
Mark LangguthConsultant, Former Senior Product Manager at Gematik
Mark Langguth is a Lean-UX enthusiastic eHealth expert, who gained his expertise during his 12 years of work for Gematik GmbH as head of the specification and product management departments. Among other things, he was responsible for the German electronic health record (ePA), which was launched on 01.01.2021. Since November 2019, he has been applying his experience as a freelance consultant for user-centred process digitalization and software development in the healthcare sector, with a focus on the telematics infrastructure (TI), the ePA, the e-prescription and KIM (the secure e-mail service).
Michael MarschollekExecutive Director, PLRI, Germany
Tomaž MarčunHead of Application Development, Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia
- 31 Aug 2021
- 10:45 - 11:45
Germany: Good practices at the hospital level and secondary use of data
Interoperable solutions in medical informatics at all levels, including points of care, are the basics for the creation of a common European Health Data Space and support secondary use of data. To this end HiGHmed, a consortium of nine university hospitals in Germany, is working on novel, interoperable solutions in medical informatics with the aim to make medical patient data accessible for clinical research and education which will, in turn, improve patient care. By building safe data integration centres, the project aims to establish a technology platform enabling clinicians to take data-based and patient-centric decisions.
We will discuss about present and future of secondary use of hospital data in with experts from Germany and Slovenia.
- Michael Marschollek, Executive Director, PLRI, Germany
- Mark Langguth, Consultant, Former Senior Product Manager at Gematik
- Johannes Starlinger, Interdisciplinary Digital Health Consultant, Howto Health GmbH, Germany
- Fabian Prasser, Professor of Medical Informatics at the Berlin Institute of Health @ Charité
- Anka Bolka, Head of Director of Field for Development and Analysis, Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia