A Biomax Symposium – co-hosted by CASyM
The 2014 Biomax Symposium focused on the challenges and opportunities of translating systems medicine into practice.

Expert presentations highlighted the many opportunities of systems medicine throughout the day.

“We are trying to treat the individual with the knowledge of all,” said Dr. Emiel Wouters from CIRO+ (Center of Expertise for Chronic Organ Faliure).

"The patient needs to be the center piece of systems medicine,“ Michael Wilken from the Deutsche Patientenliga Atemwegserkrankungen (COPD patient advocacy group) pointed out. “Operational excellence demonstrated in real-world examples suggests that challenges reside in creating an innovative healthcare ecosystem that supports systems medicine thereby putting the patient in the center.“


SYMPOSIUM COVERAGE IN SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING WORLD
Thank you, Robert Roe, for attending and covering the 2014 Biomax Symposium with a series of articles.

The first in the series, “Treating the individual, with the knowledge of all," provides an overview of how knowledge management integrates data to make predictive medicine a reality. Read the article here.

The second, “Can informatics turn data into medical treatment?” explores the multidisciplinary nature of personalized medicine and how “knowledge as a service” can help practitioners make better decisions. Read this article here.

The digital edition of the magazine is free worldwide.


“THANK YOU” TO ALL SPEAKERS FOR THEIR DISCERNING PRESENTATIONS

The presentations from our panel of experts offered insightful and knowledgeable contributions by shedding light on systems medicine from three distinct angles, clinical practice, computational concepts and relevant technology.

Visit our website here where speaker titles and presentations are posted.




HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DISCUSSION FORUM
The afternoon discussion forum addressed the challenges of implementing systems medicine programs and gave participants the opportunity to ask clinic managers, government representatives, patient advocates, as well as state and European organizations for their perspectives.

Please find the position statements of the panelists here.


WORKSHOPS
The workshop sessions were able to delve deeper into the topics with hands-on demonstrations. The following areas were explored:
  1. The CIRO real-world clinical system
  2. Viscovery® visual data mining
  3. BioXM™ technology
Please find more information here.


CONCLUSION AND CONTACT
Biomax provides the means for organizations to successfully achieve operational excellence in systems sciences by making knowledge-management solutions possible.

Learn more about how we can help you gain the advantages you may have thought impossible. Call or send an email to contact@biomax.com to start a dialog.

We look forward to working with you.




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