Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences (December 16, 2013)—The Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, Research Group on Osnabrück University of Applied SciencesInformatics in Healthcare, Germany, accepted an offer by Medexter to purchase Arden Syntax software licenses for research and teaching purpose. The contract comprises both the Arden Syntax development and test environment IDE and the Arden Syntax server with web-service interoperability and SQL database connector.

Universitätsklinikum Erlangen (December 12, 2013)—The Universitätsklinikum Erlangen UK Erlangenin Erlangen/ Germany signed a campus license on the use of Medexter’s Arden Syntax software for research, teaching, and patient care. The license agreement comprises the Arden Syntax development and test environment IDE, the Arden Syntax server with web-service interoperability, and the SQL database connector.

University of Colorado Hospital Authority, Colorado, U.S.A. (November 15, 2013)—The University of Colorado Hospital Authority in university of colorado hospitalAurora, representing a number of hospitals—among them the University of Colorado Hospital in Denver, the Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, and the Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs—concluded a contract with Medexter on the enterprise-wide use of Medexter’s Arden Syntax software. The software consists of the development and test environment Arden Syntax IDE and the Arden Syntax server. The IDEs are used for the development and testing of medical logic modules; the installed servers communicate via web services with the EPIC hospital information system installed in these hospitals.

Progress in Fuzzy Arden Syntax (October 24, 2013)—At the HL7 Germany and IHE Germany's annual meeting, Prof. Adlassnig talked about "Fuzzy Arden Syntax: Progress in standardization and interoperability" in Göttingen, Germany.

Invited Lecture at the University Medical Center Göttingen (October 23, 2013)—CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig was invited by the Department for Medical Informatics of the  University Medical Center Göttingen in Göttingen, Germany, to give a lecture on "Clinical decision support in practice: Nosocomial infections, adverse drug events, evidence-based processes".

Presentations at MEDINFO 2013, Amsterdam (August 20-23, 2013)—Members of the Medexter team and members of the Medical University of Vienna co-authored three papers that were presented at the 14th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics in Amsterdam: "Validation of Fuzzy Sets in an Automated Detection System for Intensive-Care-Unit-Acquired Central-Venous-Catheter-Related Infections", "Delivering Antibiotic Resistance Information Specifically Tailored to Location and Time", as well as "Can We Bridge the Definition Diversity in Healthcare-Asscoiated Infection Surveillance? From IT-Supported Surveillance to IT-Supported Infection Prevention and Control".

Infection Surveillance with Moni (July 4, 2013)—At the Clinical Department for Clinical Virology of the Vienna General Hospital, Prof. Adlassnig gave an invited lecture on "Moni – Infection surveillance in the hospital".

Veterans Affairs Meeting, Boston (June 17, 2013)—At a meeting with Veterans Affairs in Boston, U.S.A, CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig talked about "Arden Syntax – Progress and Applications".

Progress in the Arden Syntax Software Development, Atlanta (May 7, 2013)—Members of the Medexter team gave a lecture on "Progress in the Development of Arden Syntax Software" at an HL7 Arden Syntax Work Group Meeting in Atlanta, U.S.A.

JAMIA Publication on Pharmacogenomics (May 1, 2013)—In the Journal of American Medical Informatics Association, members of the Medexter team, the Medical University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology published a paper on "Pharmacogenomics in the Pocket of Every Patient? A Prototype Based on Quick Response Codes".

Data and Knowledge for Medical Decision Support Conference, Prague (April 18, 2013)—An invited lecture on "A Standards Series for Knowledge Representation and Knowledge Sharing" was held by Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig as part of the HL7 Workshop at EFMI Special Topic Conference 2013 "Data and Knowledge for Medical Decision Support" in Prague, Czech Republic.

ConhIT 2013, Berlin (April 9–11, 2013)—For the fourth time, Medexter Healthcare attended the Connecting Healthcare IT (conhIT) trade fair in Berlin/Germany. Three days of presentations of Medexter's products accompanied by intensive discussions with present and prospective customers took place.

Reduction of Antibiotic Resistance (April 10, 2013)—As part of the 7th Austrian Infection Congress in Saalfelden/Austria, an abstract on "Verringerung von Antibiotikaresistenzen mit zeitaktuellen und lokalisierten Resistenzinformationen" was presented by members of the Medical University of Vienna and Medexter Healthcare.

Lecture at HL7 Austria Annual Meeting, Vienna (March 20, 2013)—CEO and Scientific Head Prof. Dr. Klaus-Peter Adlassnig was invited to hold a lecture on "Infection surveillance in the hospital: Clinical knowledge modeling with Arden Syntax by HL7" at HL7 Austria's annual meeting.

Arden Syntax Version 2.9 ANSI-Approved (March 14, 2013)—The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) fuzzy feverapproved the latest version of the Health Level Seven (HL7) Arden Syntax for Medical Logic Systems. This version was prepared by members of Medexter Healthcare, discussed in the Arden Syntax Work Group of HL7 International, and successfully balloted by the HL7 community. Through the integration of fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic, this new and augmented version of the Arden Syntax is able to include linguistic and propositional uncertainty into the medical knowledge representation.

Effectiveness of Infection Surveillance System (March 1, 2013)—Members of Medexter Healthcare co-authored a paper on "Effectiveness of an Automated Surveillance System for Intensive Care Unit-Acquired Infections" that was published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.



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