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ANTILOPE drives eHealth interoperability in Europe and beyond. Between 2013 and 2015 key national and international organisations will work together to select and define eHealth standards and specifications. They will create, validate and disseminate a common approach for testing and certification of eHealth solutions and services in Europe.  Read more

Watch and listen to the Antilope webinar

Antilope produced a one hour webinar and delivered it to a live online audience of almost 40 people on on 25 March 2014.  Here is the recording.  Take out your headset, get yourself a cup of coffee, and listen to a condensed overview of the Antilope project and its

(1) proposed framework and set of clinical use cases,
(2) suggestions for a quality management approach for eHealth solutions,
(3) overview of available testing tools, and
(4) suggested approach to quality-label or to certify eHealth solutions.

 

(If you have troubles, go to 2014-03-25 16.00 ANTILOPE Webinar on Vimeo.)

Presenters included:

Vincent van Pelt, NICTIZ
Morten Bruun-Rasmussen, Mediq
Milan Zoric, ETSI
Charles Parisot, IHE Europe

The webinar was facilitated by Mie Hjorth Matthiesen from Medcom.

For comments and questions please contact info@antilope-project.eu.

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Antilope calls for development of eHealth testing tools

Brussels, 12 March 2014  – Today the EU-funded Antilope project published a request for proposals (RFP) for developing testing tools that further enhance testing for the profiles and standards needed to implement the use cases identified in the European eHealth Interoperability Framework (eEIF).  These new testing tools will serve to further advance eHealth interoperability in Europe.

The Antilope project has published a list of testing tools that are used to ensure interoperability with existing IT infrastructures, services and devices.  Gaps remain where existing testing tools could be improved or new tools could be built.  This request for proposals is a call for developers and organisations to address these shortcomings.  Tools that will be freely available and are based on open source code will be preferred.

“These testing tools will lead to improved interoperability of products that implement profiles and underlying standards, and they will facilitate the adoption of the eEIF within European countries and between them,” says Karima Bourquard, technical coordinator of the Antilope project. “We believe in open source testing tools because they allow for better maintenance, error correction, and further improvement.”

Interested parties are invited to communicate their intent so Antilope can coordinate efforts and minimise duplications of efforts.  The tools will be validated in the autumn of 2014 and will be demonstrated at the final Antilope conference and the European Connectathon in April 2015 in Luxembourg.

The complete RFP can be downloaded here:  Antilope_RfP4TestingTools_Mar2014 (pdf, 0.3 MB).

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