PiV by Patrick Stünkel gave a status report on its work on workflow optimization in digital pathology at the International Health Data Workshop (HEDA) in Bergen.
On June 21st this year, the third edition of the “International Health Data Workshop (HEDA)” was held in Bergen as a satellite event of the Petri Nets conference organized by Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL).
HEDA brings together researchers working in the intersection between computer science and health care services. This years’ special focus was the secondary usage of health care data. To improve health care services researchers need to get access to data from information systems collected during the primary care process. The central question was how researches can use these data while safeguarding data privacy and protection.
Also, PiV was represented at the workshop with a presentation and paper titled
“Process Data Science for Workflow Optimization in Digital Pathology: A status report” given by Patrick Stünkel.
In this paper, we report on the status of our project related to workflow optimization utilizing process data and our experience on the challenges related to accessing data from a laboratory information system.
The publication will be electronically published. A link to the publication will follow. Please contact Patrick Stünkel for more information/questions.