May 6th, 2015
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During the 2015 IHE Connectathon in Luxembourg a number of European projects engaged in testing implementations of their project’s specification based on IHE Profiles. These included:
epSOS and EXPAND: Three countries Luxembourg, Portugal and Croatia tested the information exchange between their National Contact Point (NCP). The European Commission (DG SANTE) additionally tested their own implementation of their Open Source NCP System.
Trillium Bridge:  This project, which is evaluating the extension of epSOS to the exchange of health data across the Atlantic, performed preliminary tests leveraging the EU-USA gateway, developed by Gnomon. It caught the eye of Prime Minister Xavier Bettel (seated 1st left) and Minister of Health Lydia Mutsch (4th left) as they toured the Connectathon floor. They were hosted by Hervé Barge - Director General of Agence eSanté Luxembourg and Alexander Berler - Sales and Partner Director, IHE-Services (3rd and 2nd left respectively).

Fi STAR: Cyprus, as partner of the project tested its Electronic Health Records (EHR) system and audit messages implementing a set of IHE Profiles.

eSENS: This project, which is addressing electronic interactions with public administration across Europe, tested successfully with the support of the EXPAND project the addition of non-repudiation, on the OpenNCP involving DG SANTE, Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde (PT), Luxembourg, and SMEs.
Karima Bourquard, Director of Interoperability, IHE-Europe, said “We have been delighted that testing for a broad range of EU projects became part of the Connectathon activity; it offers the right opportunity for successful testing of international medical data exchanges.”
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