WHAT TO EXPECT
We will discuss:
– How Anna and Walid found their way into eHealth
– What the challenges and issues were
– Why there are still so few women in digital or ehealth
– The bumpy road of the electronic patient record until now: How it all started and where it stands now
– Differences between the electronic patient record and health data platforms
– Positive injections: what’s NeNI and how to find a positive outlook that also benefits the patients
18:30 Intro by Women in Digital Health
18:35 Presentation by Anna Granta & Walid S. Ahmed (Bright Insight GmbH)
– 1st part: Intro by Anna & Walid and how they found their way into eHealth
– 2nd part: The bumpy road of the electronic patient record – from burnout to positive outlook
– Discussion & Interactive Q&A
20:00 End of the Event
*Do note that the event will start punctually at 18:30, so please enter the zoom ‘waiting room’ by 18.25. Thank you!
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Anna Granta is currently a Product Manager Training at Bright Insight GmbH. She is responsible for the development of an advanced further education program on all the aspects of the Swiss Electronic Patient Record (EPR or “das elektronische Patientendossier”, „EPD“). The goal of the program is to rise EPR-literacy and knowledge on implementing the EPR among its providers and users.
Previously Anna Granta led EPR-profile testing and development projects. She achieved her master’s degree in Sciences from the University of Luzern.
Anna Granta is also a member of NeNI, the National eHealth Network Initiative, a „do-tank“ and knowledge-hub of and for stakeholders in the Swiss (digital) health landscape, which Walid S. Ahmed is the founder of.
Besides her positive conviction towards the EPR, Anna Granta is a passionate adult figure skater, a president of the string orchestra Camerata Basilea and a lifestyle & culture journalist for women and men magazines.
Walid S. Ahmed is currently managing partner and senior consultant at Bright Insight GmbH. Before that, he was leading the section eHealth in the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) in Switzerland, with focus on the technical and legal of the electronic patient record (based on EPDG) and its certification. Among other key competencies, he is also an expert in interoperability standards such as IHE, HL7 and FHIR.
He is the founder of NeNI, the National eHealth Network Initiative, a „do-tank“ and knowledge-hub of and for stakeholders in the Swiss (digital) health landscape, which Anna is also a member of.
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