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Webinar ID: 222-143-283

Who: Dr. Mean Reatanak Sambath
What: Patient Management and Registration System (Cambodia)
When: Tuesday, February 26, 9pm Manila time
Where: Broadcasting from Cambodia


PMRS (Patient Management and Registration System) is the first Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in Cambodia. It was introduced in late 2010 in a hospital in Siem Reap province.
Its first implementation was aimed at improving the quality of care by focusing on health process quality. In 2013, PMRS added a feature on managing health financing. It also has functions for tracking clinical data such as mental health in a national hospital.
PMRS replaced the FoxProf database system which was created in 2002 for the purpose of managing the Health Equity Fund (HEF) in Cambodia. In 2018, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Finance adopted PMRS in the whole country for health financing management and claims processing.

Speaker Bio:
Dr Sambath worked over 10 years as program manager/leader under USAID related project. Dr Sambath worked in contributing to the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) in area of the social health protection, especially the Health Equity Funds (HEF), health informatics, HIV/AIDS programs, infectious disease program, maternal and child health program. Dr Sambath experienced in strengthening health care system, health care quality, and public financial management. Dr Sambath worked with governmental partner in health policy development such as social health protection policy, benefit package and health HEF guidelines

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Webinar ID: 289-467-731

Prof. Titus Kuehne and Alexandros Paschos
What: SATMED - a non for profit e/m-health platform
When: Tuesday, March 5, 9pm Manila time
Where: Broadcasting from Berlin, Germany

The aim of the webinar is to inform the AeHIN community about the exciting possibilities that are provided by the e/m-health platform SATMED.
SATMED is a non-profit health project that was initiated by the government of Luxembourg to overcome important challenges of e/m-health like interoperability, accessibility and operational costs. It is meant for a wide range of users including non-governmental and governmental organizations, hospitals, medical universities and institution of global health. SATMED integrates a wide range of capabilities, including tools for data collection & analysis (by Kobo and DHIS2), Telemedicine & Teleradiology (by custom made tools), e-learning (by Moodle), health records (by OpenMRS/Bahmni), interactive messaging systems (by RapidPro), conferencing (custom made). All tools can be accessed through a single-sign-on using a sophisticated user and group management tool. Secured storage of medical data is provided. During the past years we have thoroughly tested SATMED in several countries in Asia and Africa. An overview of SATMED can be found at its webpage or under https://vimeo.com/219674725 or https://vimeo.com/177984433. Please feel also free to test the platform by its demonstrator (https://satmed.com/demo.php).

Speaker Bio:
Prof. Titus is a physician specialising in paediatrics. He is Director of the Institute for Computer Assisted Medicine at the Charité Medical University Berlin. In addition, he works as a senior physician at the German Heart Center Berlin. At SATMED he is responsible for the interface between technology and medicine through his consulting company eMC.

Co-speaker Bio:
Alexandros Paschos is project manager and responsible chief engineer at Satmed. Alex works for SES in Luxembourg.

AeHIN, FPF reaches a partnership agreement

From left to right: Ms. Léa Matel, Project Manager at  Fondation Pierre Fabre; Dr. Boonchai Kijsanayotin, Chair of the Asia eHealth Information Network; Mme Béatrice Garrette, Director General of Fondation Pierre Fabre and Mr. Jai Ganesh Udayasankaran of the AeHIN Governing Committee.

AeHIN and Foundation Pierre Fabre a public interest foundation based in Castres, France signed a partnership agreement on 8 October 2018 during the Conference on Interoperable Digital Health for Universal Health Coverage and sixth General Meeting of AeHIN, held in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

The Fondation Pierre Fabre was awarded charitable status in 1999 and has been working towards giving people in the Global South better access to medicines and quality care. The five areas of intervention which the Foundation is engaged are the training of drug specialists, combating sickle-cell anaemia, access to quality healthcare, eHealth and dermatology. As of 2018, the Foundation is operates across 17 countries in Africa, South-East Asia, Lebanon and Haiti.

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