Bianca Rouwenhorst, Director of Information Policy and CIO at the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) would like to talk to you about how we can really take steps together in the exchange of data. An approach in which the focus is not on the sector, but on the (future) patient. Bringing policy and implementation together is essential in this area. Therefore, during this Vision Dinner, much attention is paid to dialogue and you, as a peer within the healthcare domain, are very welcome to participate and share your own experience and vision.
Bianca Rouwenhorst, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport
Director of Information Policy and CIO
As Director of Information Policy, Bianca Rouwenhorst is responsible for VWS-wide policy topics and a clear approach, sector-wide coordination and prioritization in the field of information provision in healthcare. In addition, as Chief Information Officer (CIO), Bianca is responsible for the CIO system within the VWS organizations. Bianca is happy to tell you more about getting a good picture of the digitization and computerization of the healthcare domain and the department. For her, the following applies: the right care is having the right information in the right place.
A digital transition in the healthcare domain is necessary to get the right information at the right time and at the right place. In this way, citizens receive the right care and healthcare providers can provide the right care. At the regional level, there are already several good initiatives to improve data exchange and these have led to good results.
Location: Kasteel de Wittenburg, Landgoed de Wittenburg 1, 2233 BV Wassenaar
17:30 - 20:30
For CIOs, CMIOs and Medical Specialists
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Simon Riguelle is Director at the Regional Crisis Centre of Wallonia. During this Vision Dinner he will share his insights into the CRC's approach to risk analysis and how they prepare for current and long-term risks. He will also address a proactive versus reactive risk approach, and operational tooling and data collection for third parties. Would you like to connect with other experts, exchange ideas and have insightful discussions on risk, business continuity and resilience trends and best practices, then you are more than welcome to join this small-scaled Vision Dinner!