|Catalan Health Service||Director of the Digital Health Strategy Office||Spain|
To what extent is interoperability a tool for competitiveness in the silver economy?
Jordi, BSc, MSc, PhD is dually trained in Computing Science Engineering by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and in Business Management also by the UAB. Further to that, he also holds MSc in Telemedicine and E-health delivered by the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) and holds a PhD on the economic evaluation of digital health solutions under the Information and Knowledge Society doctoral programme also for UOC. He started working in the service provision in year 2000, first as an analyst and software developer inside the Information Technologies Department where he actively participated in the deployment and implementation of the Electronic Medical Record and in a number or research and innovation projects. After many years at the service provision side, Jordi moved to the Catalan Health Service where he is currently leading the Digital Health Strategy Office.
In the academic field, Jordi is visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Udine (Italy), associate professor of the Faculty of Telecommunications, Informatics and Multimedia at the Open University of Catalonia and Co-director of the Executive Master’s in Digital Health at the University of Barcelona. His research interests are on integrated care delivery models and in the design, implementation, and evaluation of digital health solutions.