JIC openForum – 9th December 2021

12 November 2021

The International Patient Summary is the latest joint activity within JIC and includes most of the JIC participating standard development organizations. It has a global scope -on a clinical and geographical point of view. The value of the IPS has been recognized by the G7 countries in their Summer 2021 meeting in Oxford UK. The purpose of this webinar is to present the respective angle of view for standard developers, the stakeholders having adopted or endorsed the IPS and those implementing this global standard.

This third openForum has been prepared in coordination with the GDHP who is also advancing the IPS standard.

A panel will provide opportunity to some of the standardization experts to explain their expectations, and later to interact with questions and answers, together with the other guest speakers. International uptake, standards maintenance, SDO reactivity, Connectathons, etc. will be addressed in the discussions.

 

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