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Die Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Medizinische Informatik publiziert zu aktuellen Themen Empfehlungen für Ihre Mitglieder und die Öffentlichkeit.

La Société suisse d’informatique médicale publie des recommandations sur des sujets d’actualité à l’intention de ses membres et du public.

La Società Svizzera d‘Informatica Medica pubblica raccomandazioni su temi di attualità per i suoi membri e per il pubblico.

The Swiss Society for Medical Informatics publishes recommendations on current topics for its members and the public.

Swiss eHealth Forum 2020

Entwicklung des Gesundheitswesens durch die Digitalisierung
5./6. März 2020

Das Swiss eHealth Forum 2020 steht unter dem Motto «Entwicklung des Gesundheitswesens durch die Digitalisierung». Es geht um die zahlreichen neuen Wege und Möglichkeiten, bestehende Kommunikationsprozesse digital zu optimieren. Dabei stehen sich die Paradigmen der offenen und geschlossenen Systeme gegenüber – und dazwischen das elektronische Patientendossier.

SGMI Mitglieder bekommen Rabatt

SGMI-SSIM awards

SGMI-SSIM sponsored two awards at the conference “Digitalization and Infectious Diseases: Improving patient outcome in the age of big data”, 20. & 21.01.2020, Basel,

Best presentation award
Sebastian Dümcke , start-up Clemedi AG and University of Zürich
“Tuberculini: Combining targeted sequencing and machine learning to optimize antibiotic therapy in tuberculosis patients”

Best poster award
Benedikt Zacher, Sebastian Haller, Rolf Kramer, Tim Eckmanns, Robert Koch Institute, Department of Infectious Diseases, Berlin, Germany
“A machine learning framework for outbreak detection in infectious disease surveillance systems”

Medical Informatics Europe – MIE 2020

20. April to 1 May 2020, Geneva

The European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI) welcomes you to the 30th Medical Informatics Europe conference (MIE) at the Geneva International Conference Center (CICG). This conference is organized in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the State of Geneva (Geneva), the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG).

Medical Informatics Europe was already organized in Geneva in 2005. In the last 15 years, the worlds of medicine and of information technologies have completely changed. Digitalization was seen as a nice to have in medicine, it is becoming a fundamental game changer in the era of Digital Personalized Health and Medicine. Massive amount of data from the molecular biology associated with massive data about the environment, behavior and lifestyle, exposition factors and personal records, the rise of unprecedent processing power and artificial intelligence have changed the face of medicine. The MIE2020 conference is a unique opportunity to meet experts from all involved fields, from deep learning or genomics, up to human factors, ethical and societal aspects. The MIE conferences not only attract senior researchers and top notched experts of the field, it is also, and mostly, a place where young scientists come to present their works, to meet peers, to network, to seek job and career opportunities.

Come to MIE2020 and be an actor of the change!

Lacramioara Stoicu-Tivadar
President of the European Federation of Medical Informatics

Inge Madsen; Christian Lovis
Scientific Program Committee chairs

Frederic Ehrler, Christian Lovis
Local Organizing Committee chairs