European Federation For Medical Informatics

The European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) is a non-profit organization, which was conceived at a meeting, assisted by the Regional Office for Europe of the World Health Organisation (WHO), in Copenhagen, (Denmark, Europe), in September 1976.

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European Federation For Medical Informatics - Organizations
... Working Group Medical Informatics (AKMI) of the Austrian Society for Biomedical Engineering Ă–GBMT) and of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) (Austria) Belgian Medical Informatics Association (Belg ... Moldova, Republic of) VMBI, Society for Healthcare Informatics (Netherlands) Norwegian Society for Medical Informatics (Norway) The Technical ... Burdenko Neurosurgical Institute (Russian Federation) Association for Medical Informatics of Serbia (Serbia) Slovenian Medical Informatics Association (SIM ...

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