Programme

17th October 2020: Preconference Tutorials

Co-host organizations: CCMU-BME(China), EFMI (Europe)

Co-Chairs: Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)/ Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General HL7 Europe, Vice President EFMI (Europe)

08:00-09:30 Brussels / 14:00-15:30 Beijing

Medical Robotics: Design Considerations and Research Tools, Shuangyi Wang, Associate Professor, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Automation (CASIA), China

10:00-11:30 Brussels /16:00-17:30 Beijing

Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable (FAIR) Health Data Sets with HL7 FHIR: New Standards to support Health Research, Catherine Chronaki, HL7 Europe, EFMI, Belgium and Greece, Alicia Martinez Garcia, Andalousian Health Service, Spain, Mert Gençtürk, Anil Sinaci, SRDC, Turkey, Oya Beyan, Research Data Alliance, Germany, Esther Thea, IMISE University of Leipzig, Germany, Giorgio Cangioli, HL7 Europe, HL7 Italy

12:00-13:30 Brussels/18:00-19:30 Beijing

Healthcare Innovation in the Post Pandemic Era, Professor Shanhong Mao, Capital Medical University, China

20th October 2020: Preconference Tutolrial and Workshops

Co-host organizations: CCMU-BME(China), EFMI (Europe)

Co-Chairs: Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)/ Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General HL7 Europe, Vice President EFMI (Europe)

08:00-08:30 Brussels / 14:00-14:30 Beijing

Will the next Nobel prize be in preventive medicine with quantum computing? Ebba Carbonnier, Swelife and Karolinska Institute

08:30-10:00 Brussels / 14:30-16:00 Beijing

Clinician's perspective on the merit of medical imaging

Automated software on perfusion images in acute ischemic stroke, Yunyun Xiong, MD, PhD, Associate chief physician, Associate professor, Department of Neurology, Beijing Tiantan Hospital, Capital Medical University

Application of MR enterography in small bowel disease, Jing Liu, MD, Ph.D. Associate professor, Radiologist in Peking University First Hospital

21st October 2020 : Health Informatics

Co-host organizations: CCMU-BME(China), EFMI (Europe)

08:00-08:30 Brussels/ 14:00-14:30 Beijing: Welcome

Co-Chairs: Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)/ Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General HL7 Europe, Vice President EFMI (Europe)

- Welcome speech, Ji Kunming, Vice President, Capital Medical University

08:30-09:00 Brussels/14:30-15:00 Beijing: Opening Keynote - Evaluating EHR Adoption across China's Hospitals, Professor Haiyi Liu, Tsinghua University, vice chair of CHIMA (China Hospital Information Management Association), and Chair of HL7 China

09-00:11:30 Brussels/ 15:00-17:30 Beijing: Mobile health assessment and contact tracing apps/ Digital Health Technology in Emergency Medicine

Co-chairs: Luis Garcia-Castrillo Riesgo, Past Chair European Society of Emergency Medicine (Europe), Professor Wei Jie, Director of Teaching and Researching Section of Emergency and Critical Care medicine, Renmin Hospital of Wuhan university (China)

  • Co-management of COVID-19 in the NHS Scotland, Chaloner Chute, Chief Technology Officer, Digital Health and Care Institute, NHS Scotland, UK (Europe)
  • The trial of smart medicine in emergency department during COVID-19, Professor Wei Jie, Director of Teaching and Researching Section of Emergency and Critical Care medicine, Renmin Hospital of Wuhan university, (China)
  • Role of Emergency medical Systems in Syndromic Surveillance, Professor Luis Garcia-Castrillo Riesgo, Past Chair European Society of Emergency Medicine (Europe)
  • Construction of an intelligent multi-point trigger and early warning system for emerging and unexpected infectious diseases based on big data of emergency medicine, Professor Chuanzhu Lyu, Chairman of Chinese Society of Emergency Medicine, (China)
  • Errors in medicine: Technology as support for the doctor of the future? Thomas Sauter, Chair of the EUSEM Digital group, Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland (Europe)
  • COVID-19 Intelligent Prevention and Control System, Bin Yang, deputy director of Institute for Internet Behavior, director of Research Center for Smart Healthcare, Tsinghua University (China)

Collaboration ePoster Pitch:

  • Pandemic Preparedness: AI-driven Syndromic Surveillance of ILI using EMS data: A research proposal, Thomas Krafft, Maastricht University, Eva Pilot, Maastricht University, Simone Doreleijers, Maastricht University, Jonas Hansen, Corti, Lu Chen, Corti, Helle Collatz Christensen, Copenhagen Emergency Medical Services, Mette Wenøe, Copenhagen Emergency Medical Services, Liselotte van Asten, Institute of Public Health the Netherlands, Quanyi Wang, Professor of Epidemiology, Director, Institute for Infectious Disease and Endemic Disease Control, Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Professor Dr Yang Lin Sheng, Director Department of Environmental Geography and Human Health, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China
  • Patient representation from structured Electronic Medical Records based on Skip-gram algorithm, Huang Yanqun, a Ph.D. student at the biomedical engineering school of Capital Medical University in China

Lunch – dinner break

12:00-15:00 Brussels / 18:00-21:00 Beijing: Late Session

Co-Chairs: Inge Madsen, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Denmark (Europe), Professor Helen Wu, Dean and Professor of Capital Medical University in Beijing, (China)

12:00-12:30 Brussels / 18:00-18:30 Beijing: Keynote  – A patient and engineering perspective on digitalization, data and AI for strengthened health, Hanna Svensson, Patient Advocate (Europe)

12:30-15:00 Brussels/ 18:30-21:00 Beijing: Digital health for nursing and rehabilitation - Citizen Engagement with Digital Health Technology

  • Nursing Now! Digital health service co-creation and co-design, Paul De Raeve, Secretary General, European Federation of Nurses Associations (EFN EU)
  • AI+lung computer-aided diagnosis, fundamentals and technologies, Professor Yao Lu, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (China)
  • Digital health literacy for nursing & rehabilitation Inge Madsen Associate Professor Aarhus University, Denmark (Europe)
  • Construction of Medical Knowledge Graph Based on Medical Knowledge Model, Yusheng He, Former Director of Medical Informatics Center, People’s Hospital, Peking University (China)
  • CEN-ISO/DTS 82304-2: How labelling health apps can contribute to a healthier global community, Petra Hoogendoorn, Researcher National eHealth Living Lab, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands (Europe)
  • Hospital nursing information system in China - now and future, Shu Ding, Nursing Supervisor at Beijing Chao-Yang Hospital, Capital Medical University (China)

Collaboration ePoster Pitch:

  • Can we use Patient Summaries to strengthen medical documentation in nursing homes? Robert Van Der Stichele, Professor Emeritus, University of Ghent, Belgium (Europe)
  • MyData for COVID-10, Fredrik Linden, MyData Hub (Europe)

 

22nd October 2020 : Medical Imaging, Robotics and Standards

Co-host organizations: CCMU-BME(China), EFMI (Europe)

08:00-11:00 Brussels/ 14:00-17:00 Beijing: Early Session

Co-Chairs: Professor Zhi Yang Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)/ Professor Lars Lindsköld Gotenburg University, Sweden (Europe)

08:00-08:30 Brussels/ 14:00-14:30 Beijing: Keynote  – Orphanet: Taking the next step in the management of Rare Diseases, Ana Rath, Director Inserm U14 Orphanet, France (Europe)

8:30-11:00 Brussels/ 14:30-17:00 Beijing: Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable (FAIR) Health Data Sets - Health technology standards and interoperability

  • HL7 in China, Jingdong Li, Chair of Technical Steering Committee, HL7 China and CIO of MDRuby Technology (China)
  • HL7 supports large-scale COVID-19 testing in the Netherlands, Robert Stegwee, Chair CEN TC251/ European Standards Institute (Europe)
  • Using openEHR to implement the Guideline-based CDSS for Covid-19, Xudong Lu, Professor, Medical Informatics in Biomedical Engineering Department, Zhejiang University (China)
  • Translating FAIR principles to Health Care, Oya Beyan, Researcher, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology, RWTH Aachen University (Europe)
  • FAIR from a European Perspective, Eva Maria Mendez Rodriguez, (Europe)
  • Open Science Cloud Practice in CSTCloud, Lili ZHANG, Computer Network Information Center, CAS, Professor Li Jianhui, director for CSTCloud, Vice President CODATA (China)

Collaboration ePoster Pitches:

  • Tools for the support of data workflows in Health Research to make them Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable, Celia Alvarez, Andalusian Health Service, Spain (Europe)
  • Nordic Health Data Collaboration: Realising a Nordic hub for health data research and innovation, Louise Buch Rosenlund, Data Saves Lives, Lars Lindsköld, Swelife, Saara Malkamäki, SITRA, Truls Korsgaard, The Norwegian Directorate of eHealth, Mari Makinen

Finnish Institute for  Health and Welfare, Peija Haaramo, Findata (Europe)

Lunch/Dinner Break

12:00-15:00 Brussels/ 18:00-21:00 Beijing: Late Session

Co-Chairs: Associate Professor Shuangyi Wang, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China)/ Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General HL7 Europe, Vice President EFMI (Europe)

12:00-12:30 Brussels/ 18:00-18:30 Beijing: Keynote  - Innovation of 3D Medical Imaging, Processing and Visualization for Intelligent Minimally Invasive Diagnosis and Therapy,  Professor Hongen Liao, Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China (China)

12:30-15:00 Brussels/ 18:30-21:00 Beijing:  Medical Imaging and Robotics of health and social care

  • Emergency Information Systems, Professor Thomas M. Deserno, Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics of TU Braunschweig and Hannover Medical School, Brunswick, Germany (Europe)
  • Robotics Assisted in Spine Surgery: Practice and Trends, Professor Da He, Spine surgery department, Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, Peking University. (China)
  • When your best co-worker is a Robot? I Have one! Fredrik Hansson, Development leader at Södra Älvsborgs Sjukhus (SÄS) (Europe)
  • Applications of Robotics and AI in Surgery, Professor Yu Wang vice Director of Medical device Research Institute, and director of Zhongguancun Open Laboratory of Medical Devices and Rehabilitation Technical Aid, Beihang University (China)
  • Social Robots for Independent Living, Assistant Professor Peter Ruijten, Social AI, Eindhoven University of Technology and Associate Professor Raymond Cuijpers, Cognitive Robotics and Human-Robot Interaction at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands (Europe)
  • Development of automatic ultrasound robots for diagnosis and procedure guidance, Associate Professor Shuangyi Wang, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASIA) (China)

Collaboration ePoster Pitches:

  • Guardian: Social robots in long term care (TBC), Henk Herman Nap, Senior research, eHealth, Vilans, Visiting Senior Researcher, Human-Technology Interaction, Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands (Europe)
  • Estimation of Coronary Artery Movement Using a Non-Rigid Registration with Global-Local Structure Preservation, Bu Xu, Ph.D. Candidate, Northeastern University, Shenyang, (China)
  • Estimation of Aortic Pressure Waveform Based on Multivariable Adaptive Transfer Function, Shuo Du, PhD candidate, college of medicine and biological information engineering, Northeastern University, Shenyang, (China)
  • Multi-viewpoint Optical Positioning Algorithm Based on Viewpoint Optimization, Can Ye, Biomedical Engineering Department, Capital Medical University
  • An algorithm for multi-viewpoints stitching of surgical field assisted by optical positioning technology, Qiaoling Yang, Biomedical Engineering Department, Capital Medical University

 

23rd October 2020 : AI and Data –Medical Innovation

Co-host organizations: CCMU-BME(China), EFMI (Europe)

08:00-11:00 Brussels/14:00-17:00 Beijing: Early Session

Co-Chairs: Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)/ Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General HL7 Europe, Vice President EFMI (Europe)

08:00-08:30 Brussels/14:00-14:30 Beijing: Keynote  – AI and New Medical Paradigm. Making it happen through KIWI Hospitals and Organizations, Henrique Gil Martins, Former President of Portuguese eHealth Agency of the Ministry of Health (SPMS), Portugal

8:30-11:00 Brussels/ 14:30-17:30 Beijing: Health technology in Living environments and the Internet of Things - Privacy, ethics, and Cyber-security

  • The GATEKEEPER project: European-led platform for Smart and Healthy Living at home by Assistant Professor Giuseppe Fico, PhD, Assistant Professor in Biomedical Engineering, LifeStech research group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain (Europe)
  • Importance of Risk Stratification Strategy and Glocal Agile eHealth Development, Associate Professor Vivian W.Q. Lou, Department of Social Work & Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong and Director Sau Po Centre on Ageing (China)
  • CyberSec4Europe - Aiming to safeguard values through excellence in cybersecurity, Professor Kai Rannenberg, Chair of Mobile Business & Multilateral Security at Goethe University Frankfurt (Europe)
  • New Technologies and Innovation: Current Status and Directions in Beijing, Professor Shanhong Mao, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)
  • AI-driven Innovation, Robbert Fischer, President Knowledge for Innovation, Belgium (Europe)
  • New Patterns of Rehabilitation Service in China in the Internet Era, Changrong Yuan, Professor of School of Nursing, FuDan University (China)

Collaboration ePoster Pitch:

  • Gatekeeper: health technology for living environments and the Internet of Things, Eugenio Gaeta, Gatekeeper platform lead, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, Giorgio Cangioli, Technical Lead, HL7 Europe and Chair HL7 Italy
  • Can we use AI to detect medical fraud? A pilot investigation, Spiros Georgakopoulos, Parisis Gallos and Vassilis Plagianakos, Department of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics, University of Thessaly, Lamia, Greece
  • Study on the Semi-supervised Learning-based Patient Similarity from Heterogeneous Electronic Medical Records, Wang Ni, Ph.D. student, School of Biomedical Engineering, Capital Medical University

Lunch – Dinner Break

12:00-15:00 Brussels/ 18:00-21:00 Beijing: late session

Co-Chairs: Associate Professor Ivana Ognjanović, University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro (Europe), Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University of Beijing (China)

12:00-12:30 Brussels/18:00-18:30 Beijing Keynote – Current Situation and Development of Smart Care, Dr. Ying Wu, Dean and Professor of Capital Medical University in Beijing (China)

12:30-14:30 Brussels/18:30-20:30 Beijing: AI in the Hospital of the future / Health and Wellness Technology

  • Collaboration between business, healthcare and academia for the future health- some reflections! CEO, Charlott Gummerson, Sahlgrenska Science park, Sweden (Europe)
  • Practice of Mining Electronic Health Records, Professor Ji Wu, deputy director of the Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University (China)
  • The journey towards smarter hospital workflows: A BigMedilytics perspective, Supriyo Chatterjea, Senior Scientist, Philips Research, NL Senior Scientist, Philips Research, The Netherlands (Europe)
  • Diagnostic Imaging for the Hospital of the Future, Professor Zhi Yang, Capital Medical University (China)

Collaboration ePoster Pitches:

  • AI Enhanced Person-Centred Care in Stroke Rehabilitation, Associate Professor Ivana Ognjanović, University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro (Europe)
  • European Electronic Health Record Exchange Format: Prospects for the hospital of the future in X-eHealth, Catherine Chronaki, Secretary General, HL7 Europe and Vice President of EFMI, Diogo Bento Martins, SPMS, Portugal (Europe)
  • A Natural Language Processing Pipeline of Chinese Free-text Radiology Reports, Honglei Liu Lecturer, School of Biomedical Engineering, Capital Medical University

14:30-15:00 Brussels/ 20:30-21:00 Beijing: Collaboration ePoster Pitch Awards