JIC Open Forum – 23 February 2021

5 February 2021

The TC is pleased to share a letter from the Chair of the Joint Initiative Council (JIC) in which CEN/TC 251 and other 8 standards development organisation members of the JIC highlight their achievements and key priorities on the journey to the digitization of the healthcare system.

You are invited to attend the first JIC open Forum on 23 February 2021. This is focused at enabling the digital transformation of healthcare. Different expert speakers will share their views and plans towards the future of a digital health ecosystem where high-quality data is available to the right people, at the right place and at the right time for great decisions and care. I have enclosed the agenda for this open Forum, in which you can register for the Forum and find more information about the speakers.

Letter from the Chair and the Program for the open Forum

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