Realizing Effective End-to-End Quality Management within the Health Domain: Case Studies Using OMG Standards This special event is part of the OMG® Technical Meeting from June 18-22, 2018 in Boston, MA. Registration is complimentary. From OMG’s website: Boston is the “Hub of Healthcare,” a thriving ecosystem of thought leaders in technology, medicine and research and the epicenter of 300 digital healthcare companies pioneering the latest advances in big data analytics, patient personalization, smart technologies, and connected care. On June 18th join your peers from the Healthcare IT community for an introduction to standards and testbeds that are improving the quality and security of healthcare. This event is hosted by the OMG®, an IT standards development organization headquartered in Boston and led Dr. Richard Soley, an MIT alumnus. The featured case study is the Connected Care Testbed showcasing the work from the Industrial Internet Consortium in developing an open IoT ecosystem for clinical and remote medical devices that can bring together patient monitoring data into a single data management and analytics platform. The Consortium for Information & Software Quality (CISQ) will present Cybersecurity and Resilience of Healthcare IT and Medical Devices, an introduction to code quality standards that can be used to guide software development projects or put into requirements definition for new systems or enhancements. The OMG is organizing this meeting to demonstrate what’s possible and to discuss the application of cross-industry technologies, such as IoT, Blockchain, and AI, to improve patient outcomes and advance the practice of medicine. Attendance is beneficial to companies in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, life sciences and related sectors. View the agenda