Friday, September 07, 2012

IntelliFest Drools & jBPM Healthcare Workshop Agenda (San Diego Oct 2012)

Yesterday I posted the general Drools & jBPM work shop agenda. This year there is an additional day dedicated to Healthcare professionals, with top keynote speaker Dr Robert Greenes.


The Healthcare day is being chaired by Captain Emory Fry, MD and Dr Davide Sottara.

Monday 22nd October, Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego. Free Entrance to first 100 registrations.

0830-0920 Captain Emory Fry, MD
Socratic Grid : Open Source Distributed Decision Support for Healthcare

0930-1020  Dr Robert Greenes, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Arizona State University
Key Note : Embedding Decision Support in Clinical Systems

1030-1120 Dr Aziz Boxwala, Division of Biomedical Informatics, University of California
Clinical Decision Support Consortium

1130-1200 Dr Seong Ki Mun, President and CEO of OSEHRA
Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent 

1200:1300 Lunch

1300-1350  Dr Davide Sottara, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Arizona State University
Knowledge Representation Standards For Building Executable Clinical Processes Models

1400-1450 David Shields, Health ITS, University of Utah
OpenCDS: a Clinical Decision Support Infrastructure Based on Drools

1500-1520 Harold Solbring, Division of Biomedical Informatics, Mayo Clinic
Semantic Wiki

1530-1655 Conor Dowling, Caregraf
Semantic Terminology Services

1600-1620 Dr Xiao Hu, Department of Neurosurgery, University of California
Clinical Decision Support Driven Alarms

1630-1700
Panel Discussion - Collaboration Opportunities

4 comments:

  1. They will also tackle potential impacts of strategic business investment by corporations in the health sector. I hope they also discuss cloud applications for doctors.

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  2. Did they also tackle about handling calls for business getting BPO services? Productive inbound call center software should be the first one to check, especially if serious concerns such as healthcare services should be provided.

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  3. Isn't it nice to attend seminars and workshops especially if it's about healthcare? You can be a doctor in the family with all the stuff that they tackle. And doctors can get more techniques in dealing with many issues they encounter in an emergency room. I bet emergency room is the most ground shaking part of a hospital. With all the tensions you can see there, I doubt it if it's not! That's why they really need a wide range of information about this topic.

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  4. Who wouldn't learn anything after this seminar when they already tackled all topics you need to know in clinical systems. Hopefully many attendees learned all of the insights and apply it properly in the medical world.

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