|Name||Position||Country||Term||Time in Office|
|B. Gouget||Chair||FR||1st||2018 07 - 2020 12|
|K. Kotani||Member||JP||1st||2019 01 - 2021 12|
|J. Nichols||Member||US||1st||2019 01 - 2021 12|
|F. Desiere||Member-Roche||DE||1st||2019 02 - 2021 12|
|M. Heydlauf||Member-Siemens||US||1st||2019 02 - 2021 12|
|D. Gruson||EC Liaison||BE|
Mobile health technologies are part of the current transformation of healthcare and refer to digital applications, sensors and wearables. Mobile health technologies are more and more used for patients’ continuous care and empowerment.
Mobile health technologies also appear as an opportunity to create more junctions with healthcare professionals and dynamic care pathways for the management of patients with chronic conditions.
The engineering, evaluation and validation of sensors and wearables is mandatory to ensure patients safety and have to involved different caregivers (laboratorians, physicians, nurses, pharmacists…). In another hand, digital applications and connected devices leverage additional challenges such as secured data transfer to electronic medical records and interoperability as well as meeting the requirements of user (user experience).
Specific focus should also be given to the connectivity with new laboratory informatics interfaces and new generations of hospital informatics systems as well as the powerful applications of artificial intelligence to laboratory medicine.
Terms of reference of the C-MHBLM
|Name||Full and Affiliate Member Societies|
|Anna Füzéry||Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists (CSCC)|
|Ramy Khalil *||Egyptian Association of Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety|
|Zihni Onur Uygun||Turkish Biochemical Society (TBS)|
* Young Scientist
Dr. Bernard GOUGET
Fédération Hospitalière de France
1bis rue Cabanis - CS 41402
75993 PARIS cedex 14