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Atos participa en las XXVI Jornadas Nacionales de Innovación y Salud en Andalucia

 

Uno año más Atos participa en estas Jornadas que bajo el lema “Historia Digital de Salud que Aprende” organiza la Sociedad Española de Informática de la Salud (SEIS).

Los propósitos de esta jornada son: favorecer la accesibilidad equitativa de cualquier persona al servicio necesario y pertinente de salud; crear tipologías de proyectos concretos aplicables en la diversidad de cada CCAA; o avanzar en la frase de ideación previa a la definición de concursos públicos para orquestar la próxima Transformación Digital.

El 5 de junio, de 18.15 – 19.15h., nuestro compañero Enrique Palau participará en la Mesa Redonda “Requisitos HDSqA”:

Presenta: Sra. Dª Mercedes Alfaro Latorre Subdirectora General de Información Sanitaria y Evaluación Ministerio de Sanidad, Consumo y Bienestar Social

Intervienen:

  • Sra. Dª Maria Galvez Sierra Directora Plataforma de Organizaciones de Pacientes
  • Sr. D. Benigno Rosón Calvó Subdirector General de Sistemas y Tecnologías de la Información Servicio Gallego de Salud
  • Sr. D. Virgilio Castilla Castellano Director Asistencial Hospital Universitario “Fundación Alcorcón”
  • Sr. D. Enrique Palau Beato Director de Estrategia y Porfolio en Salud Consulting Partner Health Atos Iberia

 

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