European Union of Private Hospitals

5 – 6 March, Paris: Gaining the Benefits of Improved Health Data Quality

March 5-6, 2018 – PARIS

Invitation to register

A two-day workshop run by the i~HD
Hospital Network of Excellence and Data Quality Task Force,
in collaboration with

Gaining the Benefits of Improved Health Data Quality

i~HD is pleased to announce its third major two-day workshop focussing on hospitals, with the theme “Gaining the Benefits of Improved Health Data Quality”. The event – taking place in Paris on March 5-6, 2018 – is organised in collaboration with the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement, the European Patients´ Forum, EFPIA, ICON and WIND – DSI AP-HP. The i~HD Task Force Data Quality and the i~HD Hospital Network Steering Committee actually run the two-day workshop.

Building on two previous successful events, day one will focus on the use of good quality health data to monitor and improve outcomes, international standards for clinical outcomes and the importance of patient reported outcomes. Day two will concentrate on developing business cases for hospitals investing in advanced EHR systems and improving data quality.The i~HD Data Quality Task Force will demonstrate the latest data quality assessment tools for hospitals, along with its newly developed standard operating procedures for improving hospital data quality. The new i~HD European Data Quality Service, due for launch in 2018, will also be presented.

i~HD will reimburse travel costs of up to two representatives per hospital for attending the workshop. Hospital representatives who plan to stay in Paris from March 4 until March 6, will receive up to €250 for travel expenses. A reimbursement form will be distributed at the workshop registration desk.

We sincerely hope to welcome you at our Paris workshop. Although the main focus is on hospital EHR data, all other stakeholders are most welcome to join as well and enrich the discussions.

Please see the preliminary agenda or directly register for this unmissable event.