Presentation at Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress, Copenhagen (November 26, 2014)—CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig held a lecture on "Patient-Oriented Continuous Monitoring of Critical and Adverse Events" at the Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress in Copenhagen/Denmark.

Lecture on Arden Syntax in Osnabrück (November 20, 2014)―Medexter's Arden Syntax project leader Karsten Fehre held al lecture at the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück/Germany on "Arden Syntax―Core Concepts and Technical Integration".

Fuzzy Logic in an Automated HAI Surveillance System, Lyon (November 16, 2014)—At the 9th Healthcare Infection Society International Conference (HIS 2014) in Lyon/France, members of the Medexter team gave a talk on "The Use of Fuzzy Logic in an Automated Surveillance System".

Klaus-Peter Adlassnig elected Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics (FACMI) (November 16, 2014)Medexter's CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig was recognized for his accomplishments in the field of medical informatics by being elected Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI), Bethesda, MD, and is now eligible to use the designation FACMI. ACMI is an honorary College of elected Medical Informatics Fellows from the United States and abroad who have made significant and sustained contributions to the field of medical informatics and who have met rigorous scholarly scrutiny by their peers. The College originated in 1984 when five pioneers decided to establish an honorific society to recognize expertise in biomedical informatics. Today, there are nearly 300 Fellows, with 10–20 new Fellows elected each year when Voting Fellows of the College judge nominees during a formal election process. On November 16, 2014, the new Fellows were inducted into ACMI at ceremonies during the AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium in Washington, D.C.. The American College of Medical Informatics' Incantation was read to the inductees: "It has been said that the sweetest reward of a life of professional achievement is recognition by one's peers. Each of the persons recognized this evening has, by their sustained achievements, won the respect and admiration of their peers. Each of you, through your creativity, academic rigor, and perseverance, has brought recognition and honor to the discipline of Medical Informatics. Tonight, and from this point forward in time, that recognition and that honor, in some small measure, are returned to each of you. May this celebration of your achievements inspire you to yet greater contributions to Medical Informatics, for the betterment of all humanity."

Paper presented at APAMI conference, New Delhi (November 1–2, 2014)—Medexter's CEO and Scientific Head Professor Klaus-Peter Adlassnig presented a paper on "Service-Oriented Fuzzy-Arden-Syntax-Based Clinical Decision Support" at the APAMI 2014 Health IT Solutions conference in New Delhi/India. The paper was published in the Indian Journal of Medical Informatics.

Arden Syntax Version 2.10 ANSI-approved (October 31, 2014)—The latest version of the Health Level Seven (HL7) Arden Syntax for Medical Logic Systems was approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Amongst other improvements, the version's new feature ArdenML, an XML representation of Arden Syntax's medical logic modules (MLMs), allows the Arden Synax to be compatible with all other HL7 standards based on XML (HL7 version 3, VmR, and others).

HL7 Annual Meeting, Kassel (October 23, 2014)—At the Health Level Seven (HL7) Germany's Annual Meeting in Kassel, Germany, Karsten Fehre—Medexter's Arden Syntax project leader—gave a talk on "Wissen dokumentieren und teilen: Arden Syntax".

Meeting with Russian Healthcare Leaders (October 3, 2014)—LISAvienna hosted a presentation and networking event with a high-level delegation of physicians and management staff from the Russian healthcare system and seven Viennese medical technology and healthcare companies. Medexter's CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig participated in the event and presented "Clinical decision support—Automated monitoring/analytics of critical and adverse events".

Medicine Safety Code Initiative (August 31, 2014)—A paper entitled "Towards a global IT system for personalized medicine: the Medicine Safety Code initiative" was co-authored by members of Medexter Healthcare and presented at the 25th European Medical Informatics Conference (MIE 2014) in Istanbul/Turkey.

Implementation Guide for Arden Syntax (August 25, 2014)An Implementation Guide for Arden Syntax, Release 1 was written by HL7 International's Arden Syntax Work Group and approved for publication by HL7 International. The guide's objective is to help knowledge engineers, clinicians, administrators, computer programmers and others to use the Arden Syntax to create clinical decision support (CDS) solutions. It includes instruction on how to represent different kinds of knowledge using medical logic modules (MLMs) (e.g., alerts/reminders, decision tables, flowcharts, clinical test result monitoring, public health surveillance), MLM templates and examples, as well as background material such as references to related scientific literature. Medexter regularly participates in the Arden Syntax Work Group and co-authored the implementation guide.

 

 

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