The Belgian Society for Medical Informatics ("MIM") was established in 1974 to promote and develop medical information science and technology in Belgium. It is a national bilingual (French and Dutch) society consisting of about 300 members, all involved or interested in the use of computers and telematics in the health-care environment. The administrative board includes 15 members (physicians, engineers and computers specialists) from academic institutions, hospitals, computers and the software industry.
The MIM is a scientific society. Its major activities focus on improving communication among researchers and developers in the field of medical computing and telematics. It is also the place of choice where problems related to the role of medical informatics in society and its ethical aspects are discussed.
"Digitale transformatie in preventie en zorg: van theorie naar praktijk"
24 en 25 november 2016
Frank Ponsaert - conseiller e-Santé & big data de Mme la Ministre De Block
Hôpital Militaire Reine Astrid (Neder-over-Heembeek)
16 juin 2016 (19h00 à 20h30)
The Yearbook is a selection of the best papers in medical informatics. As in the previous years, the MIM members will continue to receive free access to the book, as a service included in the membership fee.
Participation for individuals is 60€, 30€ for students and retired members. Companies may also register and send 3 delegates for a participation of 200€. Your application will be proposed at the next meeting of the board.
Frank Ponsaert - adviseur e-Gezondheid & big data bij Minister De Block
Militair Hospitaal Koningin Astrid (Neder-over-Heembeek)
16 juni 2016 (19h00 tot 20h30)