MOCHA will be well represented in presenting research findings at the Medical Informatics Europe / Informatics for Health conference in Manchester in April.
Dr Grit Kuehne and Professor Michael Rigby have had two papers accepted: Why are Children’s Interests Invisible in European National E-Health Strategies? reports on country agent replies on this topic. While, Towards Safe and Efficient Child Primary Care – Gaps in the Use of Unique Identifiers in Europe reports another county agent topic response. Both papers highlight a lack of robust coverage of children’s interests.
Meanwhile Dr Daniele Luzi and her team in Rome have a presentation on Appraising healthcare delivery provision: A framework to model business processes, in which they demonstrate UML modelling of the business processes of children’s primary care as identified through MOCHA.