Are you impacted by the electronic medical records requirements?

The Chamber unites entrepreneurs who are providers or users of healthcare IT systems.

Why we founded the Chamber?

The process of defining and implementing of fundaments changes in the Polish healthcare IT systems is ongoing: new central medical registries are being created, new information sharing requirements come into force, medical records migrate to electronic ones, e-prescriptions, e-assignments and other documents are introduced.

The burden of implementing all this changes will be on entrepreneurs working in IT healthcare area, while financing all the modifications will fall on medical entities.

It is our belief that community of providers and users of these solutions is not integrated enough and is in need of a broad, strong and effective representative, who could be a worthy counterpart to governmental institutions.

The legal form of Chamber of Commerce gives such a representative a special empowerment, because it benefits from privileges granted to self-governance bodies and is strongly founded in the law.

Who can join the Chamber?

Every entrepreneur who is a provider of a user of IT healthcare solutions can become a PIIM member, irrespective of her legal form.

In practive, everyone who produces, provides or simply uses IT systems, hardware, software or IT services in healthcare industry meets the statutory requirements.

Members of the Chamber include among others:

  • private and public medical services providers
  • healthcare software vendors
  • consultants in the field of IT healthcare

Management Board

Roman Radomski

Vice President

Tomasz Judycki


Tomasz Zieliński

Vice President


Polish HL7 Association has been established

The founding meeting of the Polish HL7 Association took place on 20th of June 2016 in Warsaw. 28 founders established new organization, that will become Polish HL7 Affiliate, when it is registered by court and when an affiliate agreement with HL7 International is signed. The elected management board members are: Paweł Masiarz, Marcin Pusz and Roman Radomski (Chair).


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Identification of objects required by interoperability

Interoperability of healthcare data and systems requires specific methods of identification of objects represented in those systems.


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