Get to know the Interoperability Award 2022 Jury Members

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The Interoperability Award 2022 aims to recognize excellence and innovative endeavor, in other initiatives or projects the field of health data interoperability. By placing a spotlight on outstanding work and celebrating innovative solutions, we intend to further extend existing partnerships, generate new synergies, opportunities, and recognition – thus leading to stronger networks and increasingly collaborative ties in the future of eHealth.

In this sense, the X-eHealth project received a total of 19 applications from 10 countries (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia and Switzerland) and all candidates were evaluated by an international jury, based on 4 selection criteria:

1. Trust Inspiring
2. Innovative excellence
3. Technical excellence
4. Following X-eHealth​

Get to know the jury that evaluated the candidates:

  1. Steven Posnack | Deputy National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and Chair in Global Digital Health Partnership
  2. David Novillo Ortiz | Unit Head/Regional Adviser, Data and Digital Health at World Health Organization
  3. Luis Marti-Bonmati | Investigator at Grupo de Investigación GIBI230-IIS La Fe
  4. Kathrin Trunner | Project Manager at Public Health Institute Gesundheit Osterreich GmbH
  5. Nickolas Papanikolaou | Principal Investigator in Oncologic Imaging, Head of Computational Clinical Imaging Group Champalimaud Foundation
  6. Juan González-Garcia | Biocomputing Unit Manager at Instituto Aragonés de Ciencias de la Salud (IACS)

On September 1, the finalists will be announced and you will be able to vote throughout the month of September for your favorite candidate. Stay tuned!

X-eHealth is a project of strategic relevance for tomorrow’s European eHealth Union. Assembling a shared commitment of 47 health actors, the underlying idea of this project is to develop the basis for a workable, interoperable, secure and cross border Electronic Health Record Exchange Format in order to lay the foundation for the advance of eHealth.