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Latin-American Conference on Health Informatics
18 - 20 May 2011, Guadalajara / Jalisco
Health Informatics: Improving Quality of Care
Desde el Cuidado de las Personas a la Colaboración Global de Organizaciones
Hosted by Mexican Medical Informatics Association, IMIA-LAC
In collaboration with
The Mexican Federal Ministry of Health
The Jalisco State Council for Science and Technology,
Organized by
The Mexican Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications and
IT industries,
Supported by
The Board of the International Medical Informatics Association
Pan-American Health Organization
(WHO in progress).
 Health Informatics Standards, Technical, Clinical & Management
 Educational trends in Health informatics
 eHealth/ Telehealth. Technology Convergence for Healthcare:
Microelectronics for Healthcare Telemonitoring
 Biomedicine Informatics
 Tutorials
 Keynote conferences and panels with international participation
 Meet the experts sessions
 Workshops
 Panels
Intended audience:
 Healthcare Professionals (Physicians, Nurses, Technicians, Managers, Clerks),
interested in health care technology
 TIC,IT and Microelectronic professionals dedicated to develop applications
for healthcare
 Decision makers, government officials, industry leaders
 Researchers in health management, public health, medical informatics,
medicine and professionals interested in eHealth and Telehealth
Clinical Decision Support, Outcomes, and Patient Safety: These sessions present
findings related to the design, development, and implementation of state-of-the-art
clinical decision support and their effect on clinical quality and patient safety
Clinical Research Informatics: Focuses on addressing the critical need for effective
information management to address the many challenges facing clinical research
and the rapid evolution of the biomedical informatics methods specifically designed
to address clinical research information management requirements.
Clinical Workflow and Human Factors: Focuses on aspects of human factors in
clinical information system implementation and usage that revolves around the
clinicians and clinics workflow.
Consumer Informatics and Multimedia PHRs: Explores Personal Health Records
(PHRs) and the consumer perspective in using health information science designed
to improve patient engagement, medical outcomes, and the healthcare decisionmaking.
Data Integration and Exchange: Discussion of methods that organizations have
undertaken to develop and implement various clinical data integration and exchange
activities, including use of standard data formats (e.g., continuity of care document
or HL7) and vocabularies (e.g., SNOMED, LOINC, ICD-9).
Data Mining, NLP, Information Extraction: Highlights research and explores the
application of data mining, natural language processing, information extraction to all
areas of biomedicine to increase the amount of usable data and information that can
be accessed from existing clinical patient databases.
EHRs and Achieving Meaningful Use: Focuses on ways to promote the successful
and effective development, implementation, and evaluation of Electronic Health
Records, as the nation works toward “meaningful use” of these systems.
Global eHealth: Highlights informatics approach to Global eHealth challenges and
need for scalable HIT solutions, a global informatics workforce, and a scholarly
network to support current and future leadership around the world.
Informatics Education and Workforce Development: Explores efforts to create a
trained HIT workforce to support the national “build out” of clinical information
systems and the informatics contributions embedded within this movement.
Informatics in Clinical Education: Highlights the application of information
technology in health professionals’ education and promotes informatics education
as a discipline.
Policy and Ethical Issues: Highlights unprecedented national HIT activity and ethical
considerations posed as more practitioners and the public engage these
Public Health Informatics and Biosurveillance:
Focuses on leading-edge approaches to disease detection, communications,
workforce development, standards, interoperability, and best practices to combine
health information science and technology with the practice and science of public
Imaging Informatics: Explores the intersection of imaging science, biomedical
engineering and biomedical informatics, including imaging ontologies,
methodologies and techniques of image processing, standards for image information
sharing, content-based image retrieval, decision support in image detection and
interpretation, integration of genomic and drug information, computer-aided
systems, and evaluation of image-based systems.
Simulation and Modeling: Explores the use of various computer-based simulation
and modeling methodologies and tools that can be applied within the field of
biomedical informatics to help researchers and clinicians explore complex healthcare
Terminology and Standards: Explores complex issues surrounding standard syntax,
semantics, and pragmatics of design, development and use of various applicationspecific and general purpose clinical terminologies.
Translational Bioinformatics and Biomedicine: Focuses on opportunities in
biomedical informatics that arise from storage, retrieval, analysis, and dissemination
of molecular and genomic information in a clinical setting.
Biomedical Devices and Telehealth: Healthcare new paradigms search for
innovations in the treatment and control of chronic diseased patients. Telehealth is
perceived as a potential leverage for a new healthcare service providing.
Tuesday 17 May
Board meeting and IMIA business day
Wednesday 18 May
 Tutorials
 Workshops
Thursday 19 May
9:00 - 09:30
Opening Ceremony
Mexican Health Minister
Mexican Chamber and Association
Local Authorities
09:30 -10:15 International Programs
Keynote speaker
IMIA President
Global Trends on e-health
Keynote Speaker
Coffee Break
Panel Session
Primary Care Informatics
Panel Session
Home Care
Panel Session
First meeting for IMIA LAC WG NI & PAHO Nursing Informatics
 IMIA LAC Working Groups Meeting
 Meet the experts sessions
Expert 1 (IMIA Board members)
Expert 2 (IMIA Board members)
Expert 3 (IMIA Board members)
 Meet the industry
eHealth commercial applications
Teleradiology solutions
Telehealth integrated platforms
19:00 – 22:00 Mexican Night
Friday 20 May
9:00 - 9:15
IMIA - LAC Executives Welcome
Welcome Speach by Carol Hullin
President of IMIA - LAC
9:15 - 10:00
International Keynote Speaker
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 11:30 Presentations of Health Informatics
Parallel Sessions: 1,2,3,4
16 speakers selected by scientific revision.
Presentations of Health Informatics Educational Tendencies
Parallel Sessions: 1,2,3,4
16 speakers selected by scientific revision.
12:30 - 13:00 Official Launch of Poster Sessions
Continuous Session (13:00 to 14:00 hrs)
50 selected posters by scientific revision.
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:00 Presentations of Electronic Health Record
Sesiones paralelas 1,2,3,4
16 presentadores seleccionados por revisión científica
15:00 - 16:00 Standard Presentations of Health Informatics
Parallel Sessions: 1,2,3,4
16 speakers selected by scientific revision.
16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break
16:30 - 17:30 Presentations of Health Informatics Innovation
Parallel Sessions: 1,2,3,4
16 speakers selected by scientific revision.
Academic Awards Ceremony
19:00 – 22:00 Closing Event
Best Government Application on eHealth
Best Industry Product on Health Informatics
Saturday 20 May
Tour to tequila town (optional)
Tour to Puerto Vallarta (optional)
Pre-congress (until April 30th):
US $ 200.00
No Members:
US $ 300.00
Congress (After April 31st and on site):
US $ 300.00
No Members:
US $ 400.00
For more Information about the Congress and Registration Process: /
Or contact:
[email protected]
Tel. : +52 33 3030 7210
US $ 1,500.00.
Logo (program, folder, banner)
US $ 2,500.00.
Logo + table + coffee break
US $ 3,500.00.
Logo + table + participation on panel session +