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Hackathon for Chronic Disease Management

20/04/2022
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The European Electronic Health Record Exchange Format (EEHRxF) is now available for testing! Share your approach with us and participate to our exciting proof of concept event!


In the context of the X-eHealth – Exchanging Electronic Health Records in a common framework, an European funded project, we invite professionals, researchers, students and any stakeholder who are interested in the healthcare domain to form teams and participate in the X-eHealth Hackathon for chronic disease management. The hackathon aims to showcase state of the art applications in the area of chronic disease management focusing on the efficient exchange of electronic health records by reusing the specifications developed by the X-eHealth project.

On this basis and building upon the already in place Patient Summary, X-eHealth purpose is to develop the foundations for a common framework for medical imaging, discharge letters, laboratory results and rare diseases to flow both alongside citizens care pathway and across health entities between EU Member States and Neighbour Countries.

The participation in the Hackathon is free of charge and is permitted just only one registration per team:

Note: The scope of the Hackathon is to validate and test the X-eHealth specification under development with proof of concepts that target the domain of chronic diseases. Nevertheless, the organizers reserve the right to ask for clarifications, or even reject the participation of any team that is not within the scope of this hackathon.

The official event will happen in 7-9 June 2022, but during May X-eHealth Team will organise Hackathon Q&A and training sessions, every Tuesday, to all of you and everyone who signs up for the event. You will receive more information after your registration.

Indicative document specifications/standards to be used

Description of the clinical scenario

Important dates

Organizing committee: event under the auspice of the X-eHealth Project

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