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GNU Health will be at the International Symposium on Open Collaboration, OpenSym 2016

Item posted by Luis Falcon <meanmicio> on Sun 24 Jul 2016 12:38:46 PM UTC.

Dear all

We're proud to announce that Luis Falcon will be an invited speaker at the OpenSym 2016, the 12th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, will take place in Berlin, Germany on August 17-19

http://www.opensym.org/os2016/keynotes2016

It's a honor to be part of this great event, that puts together researches and practitioners from around the world.

Thank you very much to OpenSym for having the GNU Health project, and looking forward to meet with the GNU Health and other Free communities in Berlin !

Following is the abstract of the presentation Luis Falcon will be giving. For more details please visit the OpenSym homepage.

GNU Health is community-based, Free/Libre Health and Hospital Information System, deployed in many countries around the globe. It merges Social Medicine with state of the art advances in bioinformatics, providing a framework for integrative medicine, governments and Public Health institutions as well as research organizations. In this presentation we will talk about case studies in Public health, integration with other Free Software community projects such as OpenStreetMaps, and the upcoming GNU Health Federation model to interconnect large, heterogeneous health networks. We will present some of the upcoming features on GNU Health, including topics on interoperability and standards (HL7 FHIR) or MyGnuHealth, a mobile application for Personal Health. Finally, we will dedicate a section to the GNU Health functionality on bioinformatics, personalized medicine, clinical genetics, big data, and cooperation with the academia, research institutions and multi-lateral organizations.

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