We are extremely pleased to offer the worldwide Medical Informatics community the opportunity to partake in this lite online version of IMIA’s World Congress.
Accepted papers and posters for MedInfo 2021 will be made available online by recorded presentation at the beginning of October and the website will updated to provide you with details on how to search and access the presentations. While presenting authors had to pay a small publishing fee for their papers and posters to be published, there is no registration fee to attend this online version of MedInfo. It gives IMIA great pleasure to offer you this unique opportunity to take part in the most recent research in the field.
The live sessions will be held over 3 days, with 2 live sessions scheduled for each day. In order to best serve the 24-hour times zone differences, we have scheduled the live sessions to start at 2 PM UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) and 8 PM UTC. Each session will be recorded and made available for those that are unable to attend in person online.
We look forward to you joining us from October 2nd , 3rd and 4th online and have provided the Preliminary Live Session Program below, watch for updated announcements. The registration link will be going live by August 27, 2021.
Do not forget to mark your calendars now for MedInfo 2023 being held Sydney from July 7-12 hosted by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH), make sure to sign up to receive their updates at https://medinfo2023.org/ . We look forward to seeing you in Australia in 2023.
MedInfo 2025 will be hosted by the Taiwan Association for Medical Informatics (TAMI)
We are honoured to share with you pre-recorded presentations by Dr. Shih-Chung Chen, Minister of Health and Welfare from the Republic of China (Taiwan) and Dr. Fernán Gonzalez Bernaldo de Quirós, Minister of Health from Buenos Aires, Argentina , providing a warm welcome to MedInfo 2021 participants and sharing some insights of their experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic
October 2, 2021, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM UTC
MedInfo 2021 Opening Live Session – Watch Recorded Session
2:00 – 2:10 PM
MedInfo 2021 Welcome Address
Dr. Najeeb Al-Shorbaji, IMIA VP MedInfo
2:10 – 2:20 PM
Welcome from MedInfo 2021 SPC Chairs
Dr. Paula Otero & Dr. Philip Scott, MedInfo 2021 SPC Chairs
2:20 – 2:30 PM
IMIA President Welcome Address -Dr. Sabine Koch, IMIA President
2:30 – 3:00 PM
IMIA François Grémy Award of Excellence – Informatics as Science -Dr. Ted Shortliffe
3:00 PM – 3:50
MedInfo 2021 Panel Session
Post COVID-19 Recovery: Informatics/Digital Health perspective/Vaccine Passport, Certification
Daniel Ferrante, Vice Minister of Health, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dr. Philip Yi-Chun Lo, Deputy Director-General, Centers for Disease Control, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Moderator: Dr. Paula Otero
3:50 – 4:00 PM
Dr. Najeeb Al-Shorbaji
October 2, 2021, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM UTC
MedInfo 2021 Panel Session – Watch Recorded Session
Maternal & Child Health – Mhealth
Dr. Alain B. Labrique, Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health & Director, JHU Global mHealth Initiative, U.S.A.
Dr. Pablo Duran, Latin American Center for Perinatology (CLAP) PAHO-WHO, Uruguay
Mr. Mbang Masson Douglas, Founder and CEO, Public Health Innovations, Cameroon
Moderator: Dr. Paula Otero
Access to the presentations will be made available on October 6th, following the MedInfo 2021 Live sessions
For each submission, you will find a link to the recorded presentation, where the authors have provided one. MedInfo 2021 Proceedings will be published toward the end of the year.
Can CPOE based on electronic order sets cause unintended consequences (expensive and unnecessary tests) at the Emergency Department?
(E Frutos, AM MUÑOZ, LA ROVEGNO, A Pedretti, C Otero, C Giménez, D Luna, MF Grande Ratti, B Martinez)
Augmentation of Electronic Medical Record Data for Deep Learning
(G Kennedy, M Dras, B Gallego Luxan)
Medical Scribes Have a Variable Impact on Documentation Workflows
(A Rule, M Chiang, M Hribar)
Using an ontological representation of chemotherapy toxicities for guiding information extraction and integration from EHRs
(A Rogier, A Coulet, B Rance)
SHACL-based Report Quality Evaluation for Health IT-induced Medication Errors
(J Wang, D Keuchel, N Spicher, M Völcker, Y Gong, T Deserno)
A semi-automatic data cleaning & coding tool for Chinese clinical data standardization
(Y Chen, Q Tian, H Cai, X Lu)