Stand No. Name Description


 Cerner and CGI are joining forces at this year’s Medinfo. Join us for an open conversation about interconnected healthcare.

With 69,000 professionals operating in 400 offices in 40 countries, CGI fosters local accountability for client success while bringing global delivery capabilities to clients’ front doors. Founded in 1976, CGI applies a disciplined delivery approach that has achieved an industry-leading track record of on-time, on-budget projects.

At CGI, we deliver a full spectrum of health IT solutions to help providers, plans and governments meet new mandates, advance the quality of care, promote health and increase efficiency. Download our health IT solutions and services brochure.

Cerner’s mission is to contribute to the systemic improvement of healthcare delivery and the health of communities. For more than 30 years, Cerner has been a visionary leader in making healthcare safer and more efficient. We started with the foundation of digitising paper processes and replacing memory based care by linking research and evidence-based decision support at the point of care. Our clinical and health information system applications and services enhance the productivity, efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery worldwide.

Healthcare is too important to stay the same. Visit www.cerner.com for more information.



Qualcomm Incorporated has a 10-year heritage in telehealth and, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Qualcomm Life, Inc., has developed a business committed to bringing the benefits of telehealth to patients living with chronic disease. Using its leading position within device connectivity and data management, it has developed a secure, cloud based end-to-end wireless connectivity solution that can connect to any medical device.
 Qualcomm Life's 2net™ Platform wireless solution allows patients, their physicians and caregivers to easily get accurate device readings, with complete data privacy. It can help reduce hospital readmissions through remote monitoring, and most importantly empower the patient through the management of their own care.
 The 2net Ecosystem allows Qualcomm Life’s collaborators to achieve scalability and the freedom to choose any device/sensor to support any telemedicine service or application, removing connecting issues to reduce costs and increase access to information to improve patient care. The 2net Ecosystem can help overcome connectivity hurdles to create an interoperable environment whereby data becomes ubiquitous across the continuum of care.

Qualcomm Europe, Inc. Italy
3rd floor
Piazza dell Indipendenza 11b
Rome, Lazio 00185 Italy

Contact Us
Visit us on the web at www.qualcommlife.eu  


CSC Scandihealth is the leading provider of healthcare IT products and services in Scandinavia.  Through more than 40 years we have supported our customers in managing the business and technology changes within healthcare by delivering solutions, targeted on optimizing results in effectiveness and quality of care.
CSC Scandihealth is part of CSC’s global healthcare vertical with more than 4,000 healthcare specialists and with activities around the globe serving clients in all sectors of healthcare. CSC is a global leader in providing technology enabled business solutions and services. CSC has approximately 98,000 employees in 90 countries worldwide.
CSC is presenting the following innovative solutions:
•    Tracking in Healthcare
•    Mobile Clinical Suite
•    Enterprise Scheduling
•    Coordinated Care
•    Big Data in Healthcare
For further information about CSC Scandihealth please see http://csc.com/sundhed
Visit CSC at exhibition number 004.


  Aalborg University (AAU) offers education and research within the fields of natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and health sciences.

The university is working to create better health and welfare in modern society. In doing so the university combines research in the fields of health science and engineering into a strong profile within medical technology. At AAU the health sciences encompasses a wide range of highly advanced and internationally acknowledged research areas ranging from cell to system.

In 2013 an institute for clinical science was established at the university. This institute is part of the new Aalborg University Hospital where clinical research is carried out in cooperation between students and scientists to the benefit of the patients, the hospital and development of clinical science in general.

AAU is dedicated to the practice of interdisciplinary research and knowledge sharing between subjects of knowledge. The objective is to utilize collaborations between the researchers from all four faculties at the university, the departments at Aalborg University Hospital and national and international companies. Combined with very strong environment for medical technology collaborative research truly has potential to contribute to better health and welfare and sustainable growth in society.

Visit us on our website: www.en.aau.dk

Read more about our health research: www.hst.aau.dk , www.en.dachi.aau.dk and www.klinisk.aau.dk (in Danish only).


In connection with the Swedish strategy for eHealth, the National Board of Health and Welfare is responsible for the development and management of the national information structure and the interdisciplinary terminology for health and social care, including SNOMED CT. The aim of the Swedish national strategy for eHealth is to ensure efficient information supply in health and social care. The National Board of Health and Welfare will, within the strategy, assume overall national and strategic responsibility for making individually-based patient and user information clearer and more easily measurable and accessible. The work involves defining and describing the content of appropriate health and social care documentation.
For more information please visit our website: www.socialstyrelsen.se



EBSCO is the leading provider of clinical information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry. DynaMed™, a clinical reference tool from EBSCO, is rated higher than other disease reference tools in a KLAS report on Clinical Decision Support. DynaMed was created by physicians for physicians and other healthcare professionals for use primarily at the point of care. DynaMed contains more than 3,200 evidence-based, clinically-organized summaries which are updated daily and are based on a rigorous editorial process to ensure clinicians are accessing the best available evidence. DynaMed integrates with electronic health records and is available via mobile devices. EBSCO’s suite of health care products include: DynaMed, PEMSoft, Nursing Reference Center™, Patient Education Reference Center™ and Rehabilitation Reference Center™.



SIG is a management consultancy that focuses on software-related challenges. We provide management with fact-based insight into their current IT situation, along with razor-sharp, pragmatic and highly actionable recommendations on how to improve on that situation. We know how to govern software projects effectively, when to invest in quality improvement, how to rationalise, and how to control cost. By consolidating low-level technical analysis and high-level financial analysis we make sure our recommendations are the best fit for your specific business needs.
DELTA is an independent technology company that offers accessible information for everyone. As our customers’ strategic partner we ensure optimal usage of advanced technology. We develop, test, certify, and advice our customers in all the phases of product development. Our core competences cover electronics, microelectronics, software technology, optics and light technology, acoustic and vibration technology, and sensor systems. We have been the technology pathfinders since 1941, and it is our vision that Denmark shall be the best place to carry out high-tech product development.”



PPN is an evidence-based digital decision support tool which meets the demands for a knowledge based practice, patient safety and quality assurance.
PPN contributes to consistent and coordinated care across nurses and clinical settings.  The database covers approximately 300 nursing procedures based on the most up to date knowledge in research and professional development. PPN consists of three main parts; the procedures, connecting knowledge base, and knowledge tests. PPN has many illustrations which visualizes and support the performance and devices of the procedures.
PPN is developed in collaboration with professional specialists and quality assured by consultants with medical and nursing backgrounds. Universally accepted methods and systematic process flow have been utilized.

PPN is continually updated both professionally and technically. Electronic integration solutions have been developed with EPR (electronic patient records) and quality systems which provide seamless solutions for the users. PPN can also be accessed on your computer at home or on mobile devices.

PPN is is used in all of Norway’s colleges - bachelor degrees in nursing, hospitals, district- and community nursing.  PPN is also used in community nursing and at VIA Aarhus University in Denmark.  PPN will be available in Danish and English in 2013.

Visit us at stand no 7 for further information and demonstration!



 PatientVille takes its name from the movie DogVille that uses an extremely minimal, stage-like set. Like DogVille, PatientVille used a minimal set-up with as few props as possible to tell its story.
PatientVille will demonstrate and show how eHealth supports coherence in a Danish patient’s course of treatment in which the focus is on patient centric solutions and patient empowerment. The journey will include a demonstration of care in the patient’s home, the pre-hospital sector (ambulance), acute care department, general practitioner, local authorities and also includes a demonstration of cross-border e-prescription at a Danish pharmacy.  
PatientVille gathers several Danish organizations and companies which are part of the Danish health sector, such as Local Government Denmark, Welfare Tech, Healthcare Denmark, Falck, National Bord of eHealth,  Capital Region of Denmark, Region of Southern Denmark, the North Denmark Region, Central Denmark Region, the Danish eHealth portal (sundhed.dk), and MedCom.



Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO®) develops, manages, and licenses medical vocabularies and software applications for health care organizations. IMO's Clinical Interface Terminology products provide seamless mapping of diagnostic terminologies to standard codes and medical concepts. IMO provides the tools necessary for health care organizations to support uniform labeling of health profiles, services rendered, and outcomes across their enterprise.

IMO products provide a common linkage across all electronic patient records, regardless of the standard needed for that particular data set (ICD9-CM, SNOMED® CT, MeSH, HCPCS, LOINC, RxNorm, ICD-10-WHO). Since most code mappings are updated several times per year, including regulatory updates, IMO removes the burden of managing updates for you.

Our flagship product, IMO® Problem (IT)™, allows physicians to enter a diagnosis for a patient Problem List without altering the language they would normally use. This solves the problem of forcing clinicians to remember and use the often awkward and cumbersome ICD-9 coding language when documenting in the EHR.

Unlike other electronic medical records software vocabularies, IMO provides an interface to the standard ICD-9-CM-driven terminology in the EHR search with an improved 260,000+ term search that expresses clinical intent while at the same time providing the correct coding for that intent.

For more information, visit www.e-imo.com



 GS1 is a global, NGO, neutral, not-for-profit standards organisation dedicated to the design and implementation of global standards and solutions to improve efficiency and visibility in supply and demand chains.  There are 111 GS1 member organisations world-wide, each dedicated to assisting industry implement the GS1 System of standards.  The GS1 System is the most widely used system of identification (numbering) and data carrier (bar code) standards throughout the world.  It is recognised by organisations such as the International Standards Organisation (ISO), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN).
The GS1 Healthcare user group was created to drive the development and adoption of GS1 standards and solutions to meet the needs of the global Healthcare industry. There are currently over 300 participants in GS1 Healthcare, representing over 150 companies, including thirty of the forty largest global manufacturers. The work of GS1 Healthcare allows the sector to drive towards the effective utilisation and development of global standards with the primary focus on automatic identification to improve patient safety and supply chain efficiencies.
Do you want you and your business partners to benefit from using global standards? Visit us at MedInfo2013 at stand 010 to learn how.



NSI - Danish National Board of e-Health

We establish the framework for digitization across Denmark’s health care system.

The vision for Denmark’s health care system is to provide coherent clinical pathways focusing on the needs of patients and high quality of treatment. A prerequisite for this is easy access to relevant information where and when it is needed for both patients and health care providers.

The National Board of e-Health is an agency under the Ministry of Health. As a national public authority, we collaborate with all relevant parties in Denmark’s health care sector and manage the processes that lead to the establishment of uniform rules and frameworks for e-Health in Denmark. This ensures that all parts of the health care system can share data securely and efficiently, with the aim of providing patients the best possible treatment.

The National Board of e-Health is responsible for the creating relevant common frameworks and standards within e-Health. We generate reference architectures and lay down standards for communication between sectors. Furthermore, we lay the foundation for nationwide infrastructure and operate and develop national health-related IT systems. Finally, we implement specific intersectoral initiatives and collaborate internationally.

20 With global concerns about containing the cost of health care, discussions in many countries about how best to care for an aging population, it's clear that those health care organizations that can adapt swiftly and strategically to changing dynamics will be better prepared to succeed long-term. There has never been a greater need to derive trusted insights from data, and the use of health analytics is critical.
SAS Institute is a World Leader in Health analytics which encompasses the technologies and skills used to deliver business, clinical and programmatic insights into the complex interdependencies that drive medical outcomes, costs and oversight.
Through modeling, optimization, predictive analytics and business intelligence, we help organizations gain insights to strengthen financial and budgetary performance, deepen consumer-centric relationships and improve the way health care is conceived and delivered for better outcomes.
From increasing patient safety, to improving the management and quality of care, to becoming more financially stable through efficiency and cost management, the use of advanced analytics is critical.
For more than three decades, health care providers have used SAS® Analytics to:
•    Measure, track and improve performance more effectively and efficiently.
•    Improve health outcomes and patient safety by delivering evidence-based improvements in quality of care.



Siemens Healthcare
A happier world begins with a healthier world. Siemens answers are improving lives with advancements in diagnostics, therapy and healthcare IT so that more people can have a life that is longer, richer, and more filled with happiness.

As the worlds' population grows and gets older, more and more people thrive to reach their full potential and to lead a healthy, high-quality life far into old age.

At Siemens, we play a unique role, supporting healthcare professionals to do their job by providing medical technologies that help deliver a better quality of healthcare and enable ever-improving degrees of individual care through advanced imaging, diagnostics, therapy, and healthcare IT solutions. We provide innovative technology to customize medicine, enabling better differentiated diagnostic results and more distinct therapy decisions.

Healthcare IT is at the core of Siemens' vision for Integrated Healthcare. Healthcare IT solutions address patient safety initiatives, strengthen the revenue cycle and enable technology to improve patient care.

Siemens Healthcare helps ensure the next generation of breakthroughs become a reality. Our commitment to advancing human health, however, goes beyond delivering the latest diagnostic and treatment technology to our customers. We support their success through close collaboration and mutual partnerships.

Together, we innovate to advance human health.



MIRSK is a Danish owned company based in Copenhagen with a number of subsidiaries worldwide.
Our core business is to provide innovative speech technology solutions to improve efficiency in public and private hospitals. Everyday more than 30.000 people benefit from our technologies, such as digital dictation and speech recognition. The products are developed to streamline data sharing in the hospital sector – optimize the workload and most importantly; create more time for patient care.
MIRSK is constantly searching for new ways to deliver improvements for efficiency, support of employees and reduction of costs.
With our headquarters in Copenhagen, we have grown from en entrepreneurial dream to a Danish market leader in the field of digital dictation and speech recognition, and we continue to explore and nurture new markets for even bigger opportunities.
MIRSK aims to be one of Europe’s biggest suppliers of speech technologies, and currently we are in collaboration with some of the best companies and universities in the field of speech technologies.
Our team today consists of over 30 language experts, development specialists and workflow management consultants, divided throughout our offices.
For more information about our products and solutions visit www.mirsk.com



EFMI: European Federation for Medical Informatics association invites you to travel to Istanbul for its annual conference MIE 2014. Health informatics is fast growing in Turkey this conference is the PLACE TO BE IN 2014 for scientific and cultural events. To be informed the Turkish medical association delegates are ready to welcome and inform YOU.



 ChipSoft specialises in the provision of PAS, EMR and Clinical Care systems. Founded in 1986, we have installed our software successfully at over 85 health organisations in the Netherlands. With our healthcare IT solutions we are not only market leaders but also the fastest growing software company in the Netherlands. This continual growth is realized by offering stability as a trustworthy partner and by persistently providing functional and technological innovative solutions.

ChipSoft’s integrated clinical suite, which is a total package to support all clinical processes, provides the richest software available on the market in terms of functionality, with state-of-the-art technology. This clinical suite comprehensively supports the entire process, with all the expected advantages: the option to give people or groups authorisations that link to the workflow, the option to freely configure  layouts, to make overviews and generate letters automatically, to launch our core system in all departments in the hospital, and the option to interface into your current core system.

Curious? Visit us at Medinfo2013 at stand 028 to experience our proven and innovative solutions.



Commencing its publishing activities in 1987, IOS Press (www.iospress.com) serves the information needs of scientific and medical communities worldwide. IOS Press now (co-)publishes over 100 international journals and about 120 book titles each year on subjects ranging from computer sciences and mathematics to medicine and the natural sciences. All journals are available electronically and an ebook platform was launched in 2005.The book series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics was started in 1990 to promote research conducted under the auspices of the EC programmes’ Advanced Informatics in Medicine (AIM) and Biomedical and Health Research (BHR) bioengineering branch. A driving aspect of international health informatics is that telecommunication technology, rehabilitative technology, intelligent home technology and many other components are moving together and form one integrated world of information and communication media.
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics closely cooperates with EFMI and IMIA and is the publisher of MEDINFO, MIE and other large medical informatics conference proceedings.The series has been accepted by MEDLINE/PubMed, Scopus, EMCare, Book Citation Index - Science and Thomson Reuters’ Conference Proceedings Citation Index. All the volumes are available in ebook format: www.ebooks.iospress.com.



Max Manus is the leading Scandinavian distributor of speech recognition solutions for healthcare professionals, providing customised speech recognition and digital dictation solutions to hospitals in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. The software portfolio includes both standalone products and systems that can be fully integrated into central healthcare IT-platforms. Max Manus’s product suite provides speech services and client-side software to support speech-enabled clinical documentation and communication from any application, on any device, at any time. Max Manus speech recognition technology is currently used by more than 8,000 healthcare professionals and the digital dictation platform has over 20,000 users.

Max Manus – a Norwegian freedom-fighter from World War II – founded the company in 1946 as a supplier of office materials. During the 1960s, the company started focusing on healthcare and dictation systems. In 1993, Max Manus introduced its own dictation system to the market; and in 2001, the company started operating as a distributing partner for speech recognition technology. Today, Max Manus is a third-generation, family-owned company which has more than 65 employees.

Visit our website: www.maxmanus.dk.



NNIT, a leading IT service provider, offers world-class IT consulting and services for regulated industries including life sciences and public sector. We create value for our private and public sector customers by treating their IT as if it were our own. We use IT to support our customers’ daily operations and help them to achieve their business goals.

NNIT collaborates with healthcare organizations to put patients at the heart of their operations and helps them become high-performance businesses




The Cetrea Clinical Logistics technology is designed with a clear vision: making sure that the right patient gets the right treatment at the right time in the right place with the right equipment and the right staff without wasting time. The Cetrea technology is now used by more than 12,000 clinicians in 70 departments in 20 hospitals in 4 Danish regions.

Cetrea Clinical Logistics brings state of the art technology into the healthcare environment, providing overview, communication, collaboration and coordination to the floor of the hospital. All to the benefit of reducing non-productive time to its minimum. Cetrea Clinical Logistics connects every clinical department or service department together, which increases productivity and effectiveness throughout the whole organization. For patients, this means better patient flow, safety, and quality. For the healthcare professionals, it means more efficient workflows, a better overview of patient flows, and a better work environment, with less stress, noise, and interruptions..

The Cetrea technology applies a wide range of standard integration interfaces, including HL7. This means that the Cetrea solutions are able to communicate and exchange information with existing IT-solutions at the hospital such as HIS, RIS, LIS, EMR, HSS etc.

For more information – visit our website www.cetrea.com or call a Cetrea representative for a presentation +45 3840 0570

33  UpToDate®
UpToDate®, part of Wolters Kluwer Health, is an evidence-based, physician-authored clinical decision support resource which more than 700,000 clinicians in 158 countries trust to make the right point-of-care decisions. The more than 5,100 world-renowned physician authors, editors and peer reviewers utilize a rigorous editorial process to synthesize the most recent medical information into trusted, evidence-based UpToDate recommendations, proven to improve patient care and quality. More than 30 research studies confirm the widespread usage and association of UpToDate with improved patient care and hospital performance – including reduced length of stay, fewer adverse complications and lower mortality.  For more information, visit www.uptodate.com.
34 Daintel is a leading provider of software solutions developed specifically to specialist hospital departments. Daintel's main product is CIS by Daintel, a complete software suite developed specifically for Intensive Care Units.

CIS meets all needs for a performant, intelligent and fully integrated IT system for ICUs. It allows users access to all relevant patient and best clinical practice, thereby increasing treatment quality and patient safety while reducing cost significantly in the most expensive treatment environment in modern health care.

Critical Information System, CIS by Daintel, is a state of the art IT solution developed specifically for Intensive Care Units. CIS can be integrated with all existing hospital IT systems and meets the need for an intelligent and fully integrated IT system for ICUs. CIS allows users access to all relevant patient and best clinical practice, thereby increasing treatment quality and patient safety while reducing cost significantly in the most expensive treatment environment in modern health care.


Healthcare challenges of the current society require modern and smart solutions that can address an increasing number of demands to keep the costs down and provide better healthcare. Systematic has been successfully following its goal to help to deliver better healthcare since 1999 and today is the biggest healthcare IT provider in Denmark.  Our eHealth platform Columna is designed in a way so that the highest quality care is received by every patient in today’s modern hospital. Our system is fully customisable and gathers information from all the angles in a hospital to create a complete clinical overview and continuously improve the quality of care.

Columna is the new generation eHealth platform that helps each stakeholder in a healthcare system to stay efficient and most importantly to simplify the most critical aspects of every day care:

  • healthcare delivery
  • patient-centric care
  • critical decision making

A forward-thinking approach and simplicity are core elements that make Columna unique.

The products in the Columna eHealth platform are based on international standards and open architecture, making them ideal for integration into – and interaction with – other systems in the healthcare sector.

Find out more at: www.systematic.com
 37 We help our users collect and share highly structured clinical data. We strongly believe that teamwork and equal access to patient data is critical to patient care. We involve the patient and give health professionals access to the data they need to optimize treatment.
 39 medcom 

MedCom is a co-operative venture between authorities, organizations and private firms linked to the Danish healthcare sector. MedCom is financed and owned by: The Ministry of Health, Danish Regions and Local Government Denmark

Welfare technology is vital to future welfare services. In recent years, the public sector has invested in welfare technology and is now in a strong position to exploit IT and new technology more intensively to modernize and optimize public services such as the health service and eldercare. Providing good service does not necessarily require a face-to-face meeting and, in many cases, digital solutions can provide citizens with a more modern and effective service.

The implementation of telemedicine is a focus area In Denmark,. The Danish Government, Danish Regions and Local Government Denmark have agreed on an action plan for rolling out telemedicine. A key project is implementing telemedicine on wound treatment using a shared IT-platform, supporting cooperation between specialists in the hospitals and nurses in home care, nursing home and the use of e-learning.

The responsibilities of MedCom encompass telemedicine, , infra-structure for the use of telemedicine services, and standardization of electronic communication in the health care sector.

 43 Epic logo  Epic software is the information backbone for a relatively small number of large, highly respected health systems. Physicians using Epic software care for more than 140 million patients worldwide. Because a single system holds the entire hospital, clinic, and home record, organizations can improve quality and safety, while lowering costs.
46  imatis

Imatis is the leading provider of clinical workflow, logistics and integration technology for the healthcare and welfare sector.

Our products focus on connecting people, information, processes and systems within a healthcare organization – to achieve a truly Integrated Healthcare Solution. Our integration engine, messaging service, mobility and applications will help you in achieving your goal of becoming an integrated digital hospital, with focus on self-service, mobility, effective patient flow and Lean logistic solutions.

Our vision is simple enough, yet it goes to the heart of the matter of healthcare everywhere:

A better everyday life for patients, relatives and employees.

For more information –visit our website www.imatis.com

47 imia  The International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) is the world body for health and biomedical informatics. As an 'association of associations', IMIA acts as a bridging organisation, bringing together a network of 60 Member Societies in all regions of the world, as well as Academic Institutions and other organisations. IMIA provides leadership and expertise to the multidisciplinary, health focused community and to policy makers, to enable the transformation of healthcare in accord with the world-wide vision of improving the health of the world population. IMIA also has close and collaborative ties with the World Health Organization (WHO) as a NGO (Non Government Organization), and is a Liaison A category organisation in cooperation with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

For further information, see www.imia.org or www.imia.info
48   SNOMED Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT) is the most comprehensive, multilingual clinical terminology in the world.  SNOMED CT contributes to the improvement of patient care by underpinning the development of Electronic Health Records. It enhances the value of recording clinical information by enabling  meaning-based retrieval. Visit  our booth to discuss SNOMED CT, its implementation and how it supports ’Meaningful Use’.