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Prof. Bart Sijnave

Chief Information Officer

UZ Gent

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UZ Gent

De Pintelaan 185

Ghent, Oost-Vlaanderen 9000

Belgium

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Employment History

ICT - Manager
UZ Gent

Chief Information Officer
University Hospital of Ghent

Project Manager
Fedict

Program Manager
Fedict

EMEA Customer Support Centers Manager
Lernout

ERP-Manager
Universiteit Gent

Position, Radiology
PACS

Education

PhD
computer science

Web References (19 Total References)


"We wanted to install a location/tracking ...

www.rfidjournal.com, 7 Mar 2007 [cached]

"We wanted to install a location/tracking system to be able to quickly localize machines and patients," says Bart Sijnave, CIO at the University Hospital of Ghent.

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According to Sijnave, all cardiology patients who need to be monitored constantly will eventually use the tags.


I.T. Works - The Electronic Identity Card (eID) and its Applications, June 30, 2004

www.itreference.com, 30 June 2004 [cached]

Bart Sijnave, FEDICT

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Bart Sijnave (Fedict)Bart Sijnave is a project manager at Fedict, the Federal Public Service for Information and Communication Technologies.Within Fedict, he is responsible for the eID project since the start of it's implementation phase in October 2002.
From september 1995 to october 1999, Bart worked as an assistent at the University of Ghent and obtained a PhD in computer science in 1999.During that period he published several international papers and was a regular speaker at national and international conferences.
After having worked in the speech and language industry for one year and a half, he returned to the University of Ghent as ERP Manager.As head of the ERP-competency center, Bart was responsible for the introduction of a university-wide ERP-system.


HealthTech Wire :  Carestream Health illustrates innovation in action

www.healthtechwire.com, 29 June 2010 [cached]

Professor Bart Sijnave, Chief Information Officer at UZ Gent explains: "Like many global healthcare providers, the push is to reduce the duration of stays, increasing the focus on the chain of information and ensuring that patient care is enhanced through good communication and the appropriate level of care provided by the right professional.

Professor Sijnave continues: "We've worked with PACS in Radiology for the last five years, and now there is no film used anywhere in the hospital- even surgery is completed using digital imaging.
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Professor Sijnave needed a hospital-wide system that was more than just a bolted together jumble of software; it needed to be able to communicate with every caregiver, to be able to share information using a vendor-independent platform and the system it chose had to support that efficiently, moulding itself to the working practices at UZ Gent.
Carestream Health has designed a renowned data workflow engine that is now at work in some of the biggest health maintenance organisations and hospitals in the world. This made it the obvious choice for Professor Sijnave.
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Professor Bart Sijnave, describes his vision: "Patient care will increasingly involve a multi-discipline approach, with teams working together to provide the most comprehensive care package possible.


Professor Bart Sijnave, ...

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Professor Bart Sijnave, Chief Information Officer at UZ Gent explains: “Like many global healthcare providers, the push is to reduce the duration of stays, increasing the focus on the chain of information and ensuring that patient care is enhanced through good communication and the appropriate level of care provided by the right professional.

Professor Sijnave continues: “We’ve worked with PACS in Radiology for the last five years, and now there is no film used anywhere in the hospital- even surgery is completed using digital imaging. We decided we needed a central storage system, one where all multimedia could be deposited, easily accessed, and shared, regardless of the department from which it originated.â€
As the largest single campus university hospital in Belgium, UZ Gent employs six thousand people, housing 1062 patient beds. The hospital focuses on the number of patients cared for and the throughput of day patients- in 2008 the hospital completed more than 101,000 procedures. The continuation of this upward trend will rely on optimised care being provided at every stage of patient recovery.
UZ Gent wanted the ability to store multimedia and emerging imaging technology. Professor Sijnave needed a hospital-wide system that was more than just a bolted together jumble of software; it needed to be able to communicate with every caregiver, to be able to share information using a vendor-independent platform and the system it chose had to support that efficiently, moulding itself to the working practices at UZ Gent. Carestream Health has designed a renowned data workflow engine that is now at work in some of the biggest health maintenance organisations and hospitals in the world. This made it the obvious choice for Professor Sijnave.
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Professor Bart Sijnave, describes his vision: “Patient care will increasingly involve a multi-discipline approach, with teams working together to provide the most comprehensive care package possible. The theory sounds easy but in practice has traditionally broken down due to poor information exchange, particularly with the sharing of patient records.â€


Carestream Health illustrates innovation in action at UZ Gent and in Tulsa clinic

www.hoise.com, 1 May 2010 [cached]

Professor Bart Sijnave, Chief Information Officer at UZ Gent, explained: "Like many global health care providers, the push is to reduce the duration of stays, increasing the focus on the chain of information and ensuring that patient care is enhanced through good communication and the appropriate level of care provided by the right professional."

Professor Sijnave continued: "We've worked with PACS in Radiology for the last five years, and now there is no film used anywhere in the hospital - even surgery is completed using digital imaging.
...
Professor Sijnave needed a hospital-wide system that was more than just a bolted together jumble of software; it needed to be able to communicate with every caregiver, to be able to share information using a vendor-independent platform and the system it chose had to support that efficiently, moulding itself to the working practices at UZ Gent.
Carestream Health has designed a renowned data work flow engine that is now at work in some of the biggest health maintenance organisations and hospitals in the world. This made it the obvious choice for Professor Sijnave.
...
Professor Bart Sijnave describe his vision: "Patient care will increasingly involve a multi-discipline approach, with teams working together to provide the most comprehensive care package possible.

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