February 19, 2019

2019 GHI Global Events

2019 GHI Global Events

Aug 25-30 | MedInfo
Palais des congres de Lyon, Lyon, France
MedInfo is a worldwide key event in digital health that gathers scientists, physicians, teachers, students, companies, institutions, and decision-makers. At each MedInfo conference, participants have the opportunity to share knowledge in an international context in order to improve health and the well-being of interconnected citizens everywhere in the world!
Participation by Terry Cullen

Oct 22-23 | AMPATH Partner Summit
Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
AMPATH is a partnership between Moi University, Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, North American universities led by Indiana University, and the Kenyan Government. Together, we work to build holistic, sustainable health in Kenya and around the world. For those who want to create change and lead, the 2019 AMPATH Partner Summit is for you.
Registration is closed
Paul Biondich and JJ Dick to participate

Oct 23-25 | LOINC Conference
Tecnocampus Conference Centre, Mataro, Spain
Reference labs, healthcare organizations, U.S. federal agencies, insurance companies, software vendors, in-vitro diagnostic testing companies, and more than 85,300 registered users from 176 countries use LOINC to move data seamlessly between systems. Join LOINCers from around the globe at this special event featuring hands-on workshops and—for the first time—both the Laboratory LOINC Committee and Clinical LOINC Committee meetings.
Registration is closed
Terry Cullen to participate

Oct 30 | Leading for Impact: Women in Leadership Conference
Women’s Memorial, Arlington, Virginia, USA
This event will recognize women creating IMPACT, leading organizations and mission-focused strategic programs across the Federal Technology and Consulting Community. Join us to hear from the leading Federal Government Executive Keynote Panelists and network with Federal IT and Consulting executives from government and industry.
Terry Cullen to participate

Nov 4-8 | OpenHIE Community Meeting
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
OpenHIE Community Meetings provide an opportunity for government officials, implementers, and tech developers to come together to connect and learn from each others’ shared experiences. The theme for this year’s meeting is around improving data use for decision-making. The agenda will feature several tracks, including ones specifically geared towards those new to OpenHIE, government leaders, and implementers. Additional tracks for developers will also be included to connect the community meeting with the Hackonnect-a-thon scheduled for the last day of the event. In additional to prearranged sessions, the agenda will have several open “unconference” sessions where community members will propose presentations on topics relevant to their OpenHIE implementations.
Registration is closed
Paul Biondich, Terry Cullen, Joe Amlung, Jennifer Shivers, and Jamie Thomas to participate

Nov 16-20 | AMIA Annual Symposium
Washington, DC, USA
Under the overall theme of “Informatics: From Data to Knowledge to Action” the Annual Symposium will have topics across the spectrum from deciphering the underpinning phenomena of disease, to managing information and communications for improving patient care, to tracking the health of populations. The AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium brings together informatics professionals from diverse backgrounds committed to transforming health through informatics. From the leading experts in the field, to the students eager to get started, the AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium provides an opportunity to learn and to grow professionally, to network, and to flesh out ideas with colleagues and start new collaborations.
Registration is closed
Paul Biondich, Terry Cullen, and Burke Mamlin to participate

Dec 2-9 | OpenMRS Implementer’s Conference
Maputo, Mozambique
This event provides an opportunity for developers to collaborate and improve their technical skills in OpenMRS, implementers to share their best practices from implementations, and users to propose and prioritize their top features in future releases of the software. The event will also include visits to OpenMRS implementation sites along with a discussion afterward for participants to share their experience and suggestions. This year’s theme is “Harmonizing and strengthening the OpenMRS ecosystem.”
Registration is closed
Paul Biondich, Terry Cullen, JJ Dick, and Burke Mamlin to participate

Dec 9-11 | Global Digital Health Forum
Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, Rockville, Maryland, USA
The theme for this year’s event – Celebrating Innovation and Supporting Proven Practices at Scale – seeks to balance the need for evidence based scaling of proven systems with the urgent need to determine how emerging technologies and approaches can dramatically improve health outcomes. The conference will consist of engaging sessions to connect government stakeholders, digital health technologists, researchers, donors, implementers and field experts from across the globe. The Forum will feature TED-style talks, panel presentations, hands-on workshops, the interactive “Appy Hour”, vendor tables, and poster showcase.
Registration is closed
Paul Biondich to participate