Danish Society for Medical Informatics (DSMI) has in days 19 – 23. August 2013 completed a world congress on medical informatics, MEDINFO 2013. Congress was conducted in cooperation with Congrex Sweden AB, who was responsible for the logistics of the Congress, and the handling of finances.

Congrex Sweden AB has entered into agreements with suppliers, participants, presenters and others who are charged with Congrex Sweden AB.

It has been stated to us that Congrex Sweden AB regrettably, 27 September 2013 has been declared bankrupt in Sweden. The estate is treated by

Lawyer Odd Swarting
Arsenalgatan 6
Box 1050
SE-101 39 Stockholm
Mail: :

DSMI recommend any requirements notified opposite its liquidator at the address above.

03.09.2012 --New--


You can now download slides from the presentations here

The links to the slides are embedded in a sortable list of presentations (click at any column head to sort)

21.08.2012 --New--

Follow @medinfo2013 on Twitter and Instagram

18.08.2013 --New--

If you want to see all updated programs go here

Three posters, missing in the proceedings, can be found as pdf-files here.


16.08.2013 --New--

The medinfo 2013 program version 1.4 is now available as Apps for mobile devices.

1. Go to the App store or Google Play store
2. Search for "ConPass"
3. Install and open the app
4. Select "install" to install the Medinfo 2013 app in the ConPass

The online oral presentation program is updated to version 1.4: click here
The online poster program is updated to version 1.4: click here
The list of correction to the printed program (version 1.3 -> version 1.4 ): click here
The list of session chairs: click here
The instruction to session chairs are updated: click here


15.08.2013 --New--

medinfo2013 has reached 1200 participants. Please find the list of participants here

06.08.2013 --New--

The printed program is complete (version 1.3) and will be available in the congress bag delivered at the registration desk at the congress. The printed program is also available as dowloadable pdf-file: here 

Corrections appearing after then production of the printed program are/will be listed here

The detailed scientific program as sortable web-pages are here

The Medinfo2013 proceedings is avaiable as Open Access e-book here:

Printed copies of the Medinfo2013 proceedings can be purchased by sending an e-mail to and writing “MEDINFO 2013” in the subject header. Paper copies can also be ordered at the venue at the IOS Press stand.


Site Visit to the Danish Institute of Medical Simulation (DIMS)

We are very pleased to announce the opportunity to visit the Danish Institute of Medical Simulation (DIMS) at Herlev University Hospital. The participants will be introduced to the use of simulation for training or for evaluation of health IT, and participate in the simulations. The tour at Herlev University Hospital includes robotic surgery and a couple of the clinical ICT-systems in The Capital Region of Denmark. Registration is open now and first come first served applies. Please note, that the visit is generously sponsored by the Capital Region and the only expense for you is the transport to the hospital.


Now including posters and invited keynotes

The detailed Paper, Panel, Workshop, Poster, Demonstration and Minisymposium programs are online here

Se the titles of the invited talks here


The Student Paper Finalists are: read here


Medinfo2013 is pleased to announce 23 high quality tutorials. Register and read more here.


Registration is now open for the conference on Context Sensitive Health Informatics, CSHI, on 17 and 18 August. Please read more here


A tip: hurry up to register if you want to see the lovely Town Hall of Copenhagen - it is almost fully booked.



A layout of the program is now avaiable here and at "program" menu


Early bird deadline postponed until April 26th (23:59 UTC)


The IMIA Francophone SIG is organising a French-speaking scientific track as a pre-symposium associated with the
Medinfo2013 conference.

Please read more on (follow the link named "Pré-Symposium francophone à MEDINFO 2013")

Read more news here