ID WORLD International Congress: Healthcare Innovation

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Healthcare Innovation

Near Field Communication (NFC) technology is being mooted as a way forward for ID and information transfer in the healthcare arena, alongside smart cards. Short time frames for providing availability of patient data in hospitals are crucial for quick and responsive healthcare.

How can smart cards interact with NFC tags to hold encrypted medical information? Can the necessity for ubiquitous network access and exact positioning be avoided? Is this the answer for care facilities without modern communication infrastructures? Where else does NFC have a role to play in healthcare?

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Transforming the Medical ID Landscape

– Anka Bolka, Acting Director Health insurance card system Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia (HIIS)
Secure ID and personal information protection in Slovenian healthcare

– Alberto Sanna, e-Services for Life & Health Manager – Scient. Inst. San Raffaele
Personalized information platform for life and health services

– Elena Sini, CIO – Italian National Cancer Institute
Use of AIDC and RFID technologies in the healthcare scenario

– Tom Miller, Director – Stuart & Deville
Auto ID and wireless technology trends and solutions for the medical industry

Coffee Break

Tracking in Healthcare

– Eldar Sultanow, CIO – XQS Service
Combating counterfeit medical products and illicit medicines: a case study

– Philipp Wierick, Product Manager Application Technology – Raumedic
A new RFID telemetric intracranial pressure monitor device, history and first clinical experience

– Guido Dellagnelo, Director – GTT
A business oriented Auto ID application in the Pharmaceutical cold chain: a case study

– Jim Bracken, CEO – GS1 Ireland
Cathether laboratory Aatomated stockroom system, a pilot study of the use of RFID tags to track endovascular devices

End of Conference Session

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