MII Symposium 2023 – Save the Date!

Under the motto “Use health data, strengthen research, improve therapies”, the Medical Informatics Initiative (MII) invites project participants and other interested parties from medicine, research, healthcare, politics, patient representation and industry to the MII Symposium in Berlin at the Kaiserin-Friedrich-Stiftung on December 13th. At the event, the current results of the initiative will be presented to the (expert) public. The focus will be on the MII’s decentralized federated research data infrastructure and the Research Data Portal for Health (FDPG), which enables the use of health data for research. Transsectoral networking through the Digital Progress Hubs Health will also be addressed. Registration for the event is now open.

We welcome Prof. Dr. Heyo K. Kroemer, Chairman of the Board of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, as keynote speaker.

The program is structured in the following sessions:

  • Session I – Using health data for research: the Research Data Portal for Health (FDPG).
  • Session II – New use cases of the MII in the expansion and extension phase: added value of digitization for research and care
  • Session III – The MII’s Data Integration Center: Services and Perspectives
  • Session IV – Patient participation in the MII
  • Session V – Education, training and continuing education
  • Session VI – Junior Research Groups

More information about the program will be published here.

Participation in the MII Symposium 2023 is free of charge. Registration is required. The number of seats is limited.
The event is planned in attendance form.
The congress language is German.

To the registration

We look forward to your participation!

About the Medical Informatics Initiative (MII):

The goal of the MII is to digitally network routine data from patient care nationwide and make it available for medical research in order to treat diseases faster and more effectively in the future. All of Germany’s university medical institutions are working on this together with non-university hospitals, research institutions, companies, health insurance companies and patient representatives in the four consortia DIFUTURE, HiGHmed, MIRACUM and SMITH. TMF – Technology and Methods Platform for Networked Medical Research e.V. manages the MII coordination office, which it operates jointly with the Medical Faculty Association (MFT) and the Association of University Hospitals in Germany (VUD). The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding the MII with a total of more than 480 million euros up to and including 2026. Data protection and data security have the highest priority here.