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Live Webinar: Standards based medical device Interoperability for high acuity areas

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Live Webinar: Standards based medical device Interoperability for high acuity areas - November 30, 2021

The pandemic has clearly revealed how digitisation could help caregivers in hospitals to deliver better and more efficient patient care. Emerging industry standards such as ISO/IEEE 11073-SDC are a key enabler for the advancement of medical technologies and care processes.

In this 90-minute webinar, you will learn how standards-based interoperability of medical devices will drive digitisation in hospitals and make an important contribution to improving acute care. Industry Experts will discuss the new SDC standard, how it relates other standards such as HL7 and FHIR and which initiatives are already being taken to implement this standard in medical devices.

Format: Live Webinar
Date: Tuesday, November 30th, 2021
Time: 04:00 PM - 05:30 PM (CET)

Speakers Profile:

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Todd Cooper

International expert in health informatics and medical device interoperability, with a strong focus on open standards-based technologies.

As a leader in numerous international standards organizations for over 25 years, Mr. Cooper actively advances a vision of seamless MedTech connectivity from hospital to home and everywhere in between, utilizing the latest connectivity and knowledge-driven intelligent technologies to enable personalized and precision care for every individual.

His current interests include plug-and-trust device-to-device interoperability, personalized health navigation architectures, and digital therapeutics regulated software applications. 

Todd is based in San Diego - America's Finest City!

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Dr. Stefan Schlichting

Graduated in 2005 in computer science and medical informatics. After working as an IT consultant he received his PhD in the area of computer-assisted surgery. From 2009 on he worked as a research engineer and later system architect for Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA in Lübeck and Boston, Massachusetts, and was responsible for implementing a medical device interoperability ecosystem from technical design to regulatory strategy.

Stefan Schlichting represented Dräger in multiple national and international standards development organizations and as a member of the board of the OR.NET e.V. and part of the regulatory strategy workgroup. Currently, he works as a manager for Unity AG and advises companies regarding systems engineering, regulatory strategies and design of innovative products and services.

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Tobias Klotz

Graduated in 2001 in Computer Science and Medical Informatics. He started in 2001 with Dräger as a developer for medical device software for various modalities (Ventilation, Anesthesia, Patient Monitoring) in Lübeck, Germany and Boston, MA. After several years as part of device development projects, he now works as a System Architect. In this position he is responsible for the development of interoperability solutions for medical device at the acute point of care. As part of this work, he actively works on the development of IEEE 11073 SDC connected solutions with different vendors in the OR.Net Consortium and IHE PCD. He is also the organizer of the IEEE 11073 SDC Plugathons.

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Are you already familiar with the SDC principles?

Visit our dedicated page on medical device interoperability with ISO/IEEE 11073-SDC to learn more about the paradigm shift SDC will bring to the delivery of care around the world.

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