Click here
Tuesday 19 April 2011   
Get the magazine
Apply for a free copy here
Apply for a free copy here

About us

HITE is the essential resource for European healthcare IT managers.

HITE has been designed as a dedicated independent reference resource providing essential information and the latest news for today's European hospital CIOs, network managers and strategic health authority IT heads across the European secondary healthcare market. This information is delivered as an integrated service of website, e-news bulletin and magazine.

HITE editorial content includes:

  • News and review articles covering EPR and patient data integration, wireless networking and connectivity, radiology informatics, eHealth and telemedicine, clinical information systems and decision support, handheld computing, automatic identification and data capture (RFID and barcoding), CPOE, network and interoperability etc.
  • Industry events and news: roundups and editorial coverage of the major national, European and international healthcare IT seminars and congresses (Healthcare Computing UK, World of Health IT, HIMMS) and a dedicated industry/product news coverage.
  • Industry statements and perspectives: position statements from leading industry and academic organisations examining current and future developments in European healthcare IT projects such as the UK NHS NPfIT (National Programme for Information Technology) and Connecting for Health and the French Electronic health Records Program.

Our audience includes CIOs, Network Managers and strategic health authority IT heads. HITE is supported by leading academic, clinical and industry organisations. is a free resource designed to complement the publication. The magazine provides topical review editorials examining best practice in European healthcare IT. The full content of all issues is available online, so hospital CIO's will be able to find and access topical, expert articles on their immediate interests at the click of a button.

Editorial Board

Director (CIO) of the Centre of Information Technology and Medical Engineering and professor for medical information systems at the University Hospital and Medical Faculty Heidelberg. Björn studied medicine and mathematics and worked as a physician in neurology and neurosurgery before specialising in diagnostic radiology at the Charité Berlin. Following that he was CIO of Frankfurt University Hospital and speaker of the German university hospital CIO association.  

Patrice Degoulet MD PhD
CIO at Pompidou University Hospital (HEGP) and professor/director of the SPIM Research Laboratory in Medical Informatics, Broussais Faculty of Medicine, Paris. Patrice is vice-president of IMIA and on the board of several journals, including JAMIA, Methods of Information in Medicine and the International Journal of Medical Informatics.

Antoine Geissbuhler MD PhD
Physician, professor of medical informatics, chairman of the Department of Radiology and Medical Informatics at Geneva University and director of the Division of Medical Informatics at Geneva University Hospitals. Antoine is also president of the Health On the Net Foundation, director of the Telemedicine Network in French-Speaking Africa (RAFT), member of the board of the International Medical Informatics Association and member of the HIMSS Europe Governing Council.

Philippe H Kohl MD PhD
CIO, chairman of the Department of Medico-Economic Informations and staff cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon, University Hospital of Liège, Belgium. Philippe was also fellow at Yale University Medical Center and at Massachusetts General Hospital, and instructor and teaching assistant in cardiothoracic surgery at Harvard Medical School, Boston.

Jan-Eric Slot MB MSc MBA
Director of IT (CIO) at the Academical Medical Center (AMC) since 2005,  which encompasses the University Hospital and Faculties of Medicine and Medical Information Science of the University of Amsterdam. Jan-Eric studied medicine and information science and held medical research and management positions in healthcare IT at SMS, Digital Equipment, ADAC Laboratories and Getronics Healthcare. He also lectures on IT governance at the MIK masters at UvA.

Editorial Advisory Panel

Paul Cheshire MA
Atos Origin’s director of strategy for UK public services

Rolf Engelbrecht PhD
Head of Telemedicine and Electronic Health Records at GSF MEDIS Institute, Munich

George Mihalas PhD
President of the European Federation for Medical Informatics

Peter van Ooijen MSc PhD
Senior Consultant R&D at University Medical Centre, Groningen

Contact us

About Campden Publishing
Campden Publishing has a distinguished track record in pan-European medical publishing, with 20 years of experience in the European healthcare market. Hospital Information Technology Europe follows on from the phenomenal success of Campden's major annual reference works, Hospital Healthcare Europe, the official HOPE publication for European "public sector" hospitals, and Private Hospital Healthcare Europe, the only pan-European "private sector" publication along with its its regular review journals, including Hospital Pharmacy Europe and Hospital Imaging & Radiology Europe.

Web design, hosting and programming by ModeZero