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4th International Open Data Conference
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Friday, October 7 • 09:30 - 10:30
Main Session - Open Data and Health

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The panel is designed to discuss not just the open data usage in health but also the reasons why its implementation hasn’t increased as much as in other sectors. A selected group of professionals coming from several places in the world (Colombia, Spain, UK) with a highlighted background in health management and technology will maintain a debate about this topic. For this event, an expert audience has been invited in order to keep a fluent conversation with the panelists. Therefore we expect a rich interchange of knowledge among all of us.

Moderators
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Carlos Royo Sánchez

Business Development Director of Health in GMV, GMV
Title proposal: Open data in health: is it possible to use the open data? benefits

Speakers
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Ben Meghreblian

Community Manager, Open Knowledge International
Biography: Ben works at Open Knowledge International as the Community Manager for OpenTrials, a project which aims to produce an open, easy-to-use, linked database of information about the world's clinical trials. He has a background in psychology and IT, and previously worked on the AllTrials campaign, which calls for greater transparency in clinical trials.
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Johanna Pimiento Quintero

Biography: I’m a Systems Engineer of National University of Colombia, specialist in systems information from Universidad de los Andes  and MBA in International Management with a Marketing oriented, from Euncet Business School of Universidad Politecnica from Catalonia, with additional training in Management Project, Finance, e-Government, Open Government, Strategic Management and training as a Coach. I have been working for... Read More →


Friday October 7, 2016 09:30 - 10:30
Main assembly room

Attendees (21)