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Workshop - Challenges and opportunities of introducing information technology in the health field - Sarajevo, 30-31 of March

More than 130 participants attended the workshop organized the 30th of March in Sarajevo by the Federal Ministry of Health within the IPA project #AdriHealthMob - Adriatic model of sustainable mobility in the field of health care.

The international workshop represents one of the initiative within the Adriontechincare RoadShow of the project, it was entitled "Challenges and opportunities of introducing information technology in the health field" and was an opportunity to exchange experiences, presentation of recent results of the project, as well as planning future activities.

The workshop was attended, along with partners from the region, by representatives of health care institutions and institutions from the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Federal Ministry of Health is leading the project with participation from 15 other partners from Italy, Slovenia, Croatian, Montenegro, Serbia, Albania and Greece.

The 31st of March took place also the SC and JTU dedicated to the technical and managing work of the project staff.