TrEHRT│About us
Vice-President Taipei Medical University
Ex-President Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics
Professor Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics,
Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan (ROC)

Professor Li has been a pioneer of Medical Informatics research in Taiwan. He is the founder of the Graduate Institute of Medical Informatics in Taipei Medical University and also the President of Taiwan Association for Medical Informatics from 1999 to 2003. Due to his achievement in establishing Medical Information exchange mechanisms among hospitals and his dedication to information technology application in patient safety and care, he was awarded as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the Year in 2001. He has been the Principle Investigators of many national projects in Electronic Health Record, Patient Safety Informatics and Medical e-learning. He is also author of 80 scientific papers and 3 college-level textbooks. Currently, he is the Professor at Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics of Taipei Medical University.
President Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine (Japan) Prof. Michio Kimura developed medical consultation systems using applied artificial intelligence, programmed with Prolog. He clarified the usefulness of hierarchical representation. Developed PACS in Tokyo University Hospital using ACR-NEMA image standard, which was the first real implementation of the standard. Planned and directed large scale hospital-wide order entry system in Hamamatsu University Hospital Fostering and stimulating standardization activities in medical information area, as HL7 Japan Chair, JIRA DICOM committee advisory, ISO TC215 WG2 head of Japan delegate, standardization committee chair of Japan association of Medical Informatics Implemented object-oriented database in clinical data of the hospital, which eventually proved the usefulness of hierarchical representation in the early carrier.
Dr. Yun Sik KWAK is the Chair of ISO/TC 215, Health Informatics and he is currently playing a leadership role in medical informatics in Asia as the Chair of Health Level 7-Korea, Immediate Past-President of Asia Pacific Association for Medical Informatics (APAMI), Chair of APAMI WG 1, Standardization and past President of Korean Society of Medical Informatics. He also serves as the Deputy Regional Commissioner for Far East Civilian Laboratories, Commission of Laboratory Accreditation of College of American Pathologists. He had been the founding Chair and Professor of Medical Informatics during 1999-2002 until his retirement at Kyungpook National University School of Medicine and Graduate School in Daegu, Korea. And he stays as the Visiting Professor of Medical Informatics at the same institution for research and teaching. He received M.D. degree from Kyungpook National University in 1961 and Ph.D. degree in Molecular Biology and Pathology from Albany Medical College, Albany, NY, USA in 1972.
Don E. Detmer MD, MA, is Senior Advisor, American Medical Informatics Association. He is also Professor of Medical Education at the University of Virginia and Visiting Professor at CHIME, University College of London. He is a former trustee of the Nuffield Trust, a member of the Institute of Medicine as well as a lifetime Associate of the US National Academies, a fellow of AAAS, and the American Colleges of Medical Informatics, Sports Medicine, and Surgeons. He co-chairs the Blue Ridge Academic Health Group. He is also chairman of Medbiquitous. He was on the steering committee of a policy report for the Office of the National Coordinator on Health Information Technology to create a national framework for clinical decision support. Dr. Detmer is past chairman of the Board on Health Care Services of the IOM, the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, and the Board of Regents of the National Library of Medicine. He was a Commissioner on the President’s Commission on Systemic Interoperability.
Paul Tang, M.D., an internist and vice president and chief medical information officer at PAMF, is known both locally and nationally as a leader in using information technology, such as electronic health records (EHRs) and personal health records (PHRs), to improve patient are. In recognition of his innovative work in this area, and his leadership roles on a number of national committees related to health information technology and policy, Dr. Tang was recently elected to the Institute of Medicine (IOM) – one of the nation’s highest honors in the fields of medicine and health. Dr. Tang was selected as one of the "Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare for 2008" and one of the "50 Most Powerful Physician Executives in 2008" by Modern Healthcare and Modern Physician magazines, has served on numerous IOM and National Academy of Sciences committees. He also serves on the IOM’s Health Care Services Board and is a member of a committee that just released recommendations about changes needed in the U.S. health care workforce in order to care for an aging population.

rof. Gorge Mihalas is EFMI President and president of RSMI, co-chair IMIA WG HID. His field of research is Modeling and Stimulation of Biological Processes, Education in Medical Informatics and Health Information Systems.
Prof. Blobel is Associate Professor and Head of the eHealth Competence Center at the University of Regensburg. He acted for 30 years as Chief Information Officer at the University of Magdeburg Medical Center. He is also Associate Professor for Medical Informatics at the Faculty for Informatics at the University of Magdeburg. In 2004, he joined the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft as Founder and Head of the Health Telematics Project Group. Chair of the EFMI (European Federation for Medical Informatics) Working Groups “Electronic Health Records” and “Security, Safety and Ethics”, chairs the German Medical Informatics Association’s Working Group “Standards for Communication and Interoperability” and the German Data Protection and Security Society’s (GDD’s) Working Group “Security and Privacy in Healthcare and Social Affairs”, He is active in standardisation (architecture, modelling, communication, interoperability, EHR, security and privacy) as TC Chair and Taskforce Leader at HL7, ISO TC 215, CEN TC 251, ASTM and OMG/CORBA. He is Chair of the CEN/ISSS eHealth Standardization Focus Group and Member of the CEN/ISSS Forum. He is Board Member and Past-Chair of HL7 Germany and President of the German ProRec Center for promoting the EHR.
Dr.Shabbir Syed Abdul project manager of TrEHRT, and Health IT consultant at International office at Taipei Medical University. He is presently enrolled in PhD program at National Yang Ming University, he earned his master's degree in Telemedicine and eHealth from University of Tromso, Norway and Graduated as medical doctor from St.Petersburg medical Academy, St.Petersburg Russia. He has experience of 6 years as resident doctor and medical officer in India and Republic of Maldives. He was managing director of Surya eHospital, where he initiated telemedicine services at remote village 200 Kms away from Hyderabad in India. His research interests are Personal Health Records, integrating them to Electronic Medical Record of Hospital Information System. He wants to focus on the management and flow of the medical information among health care provider. He is trying to find best possible methods of providing the right information to the right person at the right time and at the right price!