Wouter Franke MSc, MCM
13:30 - 14:45 Session: Better data, better care
Wouter Franke is a consultant for the Dutch National Health Care Institute with a background in Computer Science and Change Management. He has extensive experience with large implementations of data exchange programs in complex networks of public and private organisations within the Dutch healthcare. Since 2017 he has been working in on both research and development of FAIR and the Internet of FAIR Data & Services, and the implementation of FAIR within programs run by the Dutch National Health Care Institute. His goal is to ensure data within healthcare are available to a wide range of stakeholders and can be interpreted by machines. This in turn will greatly increase the value of existing and emerging capabilities in the field of data science, ultimately resulting in better prevention and healthcare systems.
FAIR Data at the source
Using data is getting more and more important. Within the healthcare we want data to be able to support our daily activities and also all kinds of analytics or even applied intelligence. But having data available, understandable and usable within network of organisations is challenging. One of the outcome goals of the Informatieberaad is “single registration and multiple use on the basis of operational processes”. But how do we create an environment in which this is feasible, how can we make this real. Within the long term health care (Wet Langdurige Zorg) we aim to use the FAIR Data principles and the concept of data visiting to create FAIR Data at the source. In this short presentation we visit different concepts and perspectives needed for the realisation of these ideas.
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