MIE 2023 is organised by:
EFMI – European Federation for Medical Informatics and
SFMI – Swedish Federation for Medical Informatics
The conference theme 2023 is "Caring is Sharing", and this is closely connected to the rapid development of health data sharing taking place both in Europe and globally. We want to focus on the opportunities of health informatics and the research within the EFMI community to enable trustworthy sharing of health data to improve human health. This includes healthcare, community care, self-care and public health, as well as innovation and development of future proof digital health solutions.
SFMI are proud to invite you to join MIE2023 in beautiful Gothenburg again; five years after we hosted the MIE congress in 2018. One reason to be back so quickly is to harmonise with the presidency of the EU that Sweden has during the first half of 2023.
MIE 2023 will be a co-arrangement with our yearly Swedish conference Vitalis where the participants can select either MIE 2023 or Vitalis sessions (although some Vitalis sessions will be in Swedish).
The site for the conference will be The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre a huge expo centre including Gothia Tower Hotel with more than 1500 rooms. The venue is situated in the centre of Göteborg, close to hotels of all categories from 1 to 5 stars. It is a great pleasure for us in the organising committee, on behalf of EFMI and SFMI, to welcome you to participate in the 34th MIE conference in Göteborg.
Medical Informatics is a field of great importance, and our knowledge is rapidly growing at a speed that exceeds expectations. Previous MIE conferences have all been successes where most scientists working in this field have come together. The scientific program will include the State of the Art in the area, and we hope that MIE 2023 in Göteborg will be a great and memorable event for all of us.
Conference Topics include (but are not limited to):
Special Topic: Caring is Sharing - exploiting value in data for health and innovation
Citizen health informatics
Health information systems
Human Factors and organisational issues
Knowledge and Information representation and modelling
Natural Language Processing
Public Health and Epidemiology Informatics
Security and Safety
Sensors, signals and Imaging Informatics