ICMCC Event 2006

ICMCCThe Leading International Event on ICT in Medicine and Care
June 7-9, 2006
WFCC, The Hague, The Netherlands.

The ICMCC Event is the annual platform of the International Council on Medical & Care Compunetics - an international foundation aiming at being the knowledge centre for medical and care compunetics, making information on medicine and care available to patients using compunetics as well as distributing information on the use of compunetics in medicine and care to patients and professionals.

The programme contains:

  • Sessions on developments in medical & care compunetics;
  • Sessions on electronic health records, its standards, its social implications;
  • Sessions organised by the EFMI (European Federation for Medical Informatics) Working Groups "Electronic Health Records", "Security, Safety and Ethics" and "Cards". This session series will be opened by Kevin Donnelly, Vice-President SNOMED;
  • Session on EC-funded projects;
  • Sessions with invited speakers.

For furhter infromation and Registration, please visit:
www.icmcc2006.org

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