As a PhD researcher, I study healthcare IT. In particular, I focus on the question how hospitals can align their Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system with strategies, goals and needs of the hospital and its stakeholders. Think: Doctors, nurses, patients, managers, insurers, governments, general practitioners, EMR suppliers, the list goes on…. A complex challenge This … Continue reading Conducting an improvising orchestra: toward a renewed role of Enterprise Architecture in the hospital
On thursday November 14th, I will be a speaker at the Digital Architecture Design Day, talking about the updated role of enterprise architecture in complex conditions. Watch the video below to learn more, hope to meet you there!
I wrote this blog post as a response to the following call on LinkedIn by Mark Stoutjesdijk, MD PhD MBA: I need _your_ opinion! One week ago at the #ICHOM2019 conference, I asked a pressing question at one of the expert panels. “EPRs are very closed. This hinders [vbhc] implementation. How can other stakeholders force … Continue reading Improving EPR interoperability for value-based healthcare: why co-evolutionary dialogues are essential
Recently I was interviewed for Modulair, the magazine for students and alumni of the Open University of the Netherlands. You can find the full article here (in Dutch).
After two fun and informative years at Wageningen University & Research, today I will officially start my PhD in Information Science at the Open University of the Netherlands. Doing a PhD is an ambition I have had for a long time, so I am happy and excited to get started!
YoungWUR is the organization-wide Young Professionals network of Wageningen University & Research: When I started working at Wageningen University & Research in 2015, I quickly found out that the network had stopped to exist in 2009. Therefore, I decided to revive and reframe YoungWUR to be a networking platform for young professionals throughout the organization … Continue reading YoungWUR kick-off event