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ARGOS proceedings examine global health policy challenges, socioeconomic impact of eHealth
Date:9/7/2011

the Deployment of a Health Information Technology and Informatics Workforce through Education, Training, Research, and Evaluation

  • eHealth Informatics Workforce Challenges for Europe

  • eHealth Information Management and Informatics Workforce Challenges for Europe
  • Abstracts and downloadable pdfs of each of the above briefs, plus subject and author indices are online at http://www.booksonline.iospress.nl/Content/View.aspx?piid=21068

    Dr. Lorenzi, lead author on two of the policy briefs--the ARGOS vision, and expansion of the HIT and informatics work force--says that "AMIA is proud to have served as the U.S. convener for the ARGOS project because the effort succeeded in bringing important partners to the table to address issues critical to developing global health policy and broadening effective use of technology-enabled health information and management solutions. Though the ARGOS project has concluded, we look forward to continued collaboration with our EU colleagues and to new initiatives that may continue collaborative policy discussions in an even broader forum. Where health care is concerned, a world more closely connected through health information and communication technology, is a world safer for patients."

    The EUU.S partnership at work in ARGOS sent a strong signal to national and regional ehealth stakeholders that a more global approach is necessary to maximize opportunities and meet challenges that health information and communication technology (ICT) present, while emphasizing the common belief that health ICT can have benefits for patients, health systems and eHealth economies of scale.


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    Contact: Nancy Light
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    301-657-5903
    American Medical Informatics Association
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