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SYMPOSIUM
AI’s Role in Defining the Future of Social Security and Assessment of Work
Brussels (on invitation)+ virtual

24th EUMASS CONGRESS STRASBOURG
MEDICINE 2.0 IN A CHANGING WORLD
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1972-2022 EUMASS 50th ANNIVERSARY




In recent years, the sphere of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has catapulted to the forefront of innovation, presenting a myriad of opportunities and equally significant challenges.

On the 6th of  March 2024, we will be looking at the opportunities that AI offers in the social security landscape at our conference  Shaping Tomorrow: AI in Social Security and Work Capacity Assessment” thanks to the rich legacy and expertise of the European Union of Medicine in Assurance and Social Security (EUMASS).

With the support of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, through this conference, EUMASS aims to foster discussions that envision AI as a transformative tool in the health sector, enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of work capacity assessments and promoting a healthier, more inclusive labour market.

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  • REPORT SURVEY EUMASS MEMBERS
  • LAST CALL: REGISTER BEFORE 1-03-2024 FOR INVITATION FOR THE SYMPOSIUM IN BRUSSELS
  • LINK WEBINAR WILL BE PUBLISHED SOON (no registration required)

We look back on a successful congress in Strasbourg, organised jointly by our members UFMASS (FR) and ASMA (BE).
Nearly 600 participants from 35 countries attended the plenary sessions, workshops and parallel sessions over 3 days, with 13 keynote speakers, 32 parallel sessions, 97 oral presentations and 49 posters.
and we look forward to the next – 25th! -EUMASS Congress in 2026.

https://www.eumass2023.eu/

More information will follow soon.

In 2022, EUMASS celebrates its 50th anniversary in a festive way, followed by a jubilee congress in 2023 in Strasbourg.

In fact, on 17 March 1972 in Orléans, France, at a meeting of French medical officers, the French medical director, Dr Claude Persignan, and a Belgian observer, Dr René Rénard, discussed the idea of an organisation of medical officers from the countries of the then common market (European Economic Community (EEC): Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany) to promote scientific and social exchanges between the Member States. The idea of EUMASS was born and met with an enthusiastic response from doctors specialising in social insurance. In 1972, a dozen or so colleagues from the six countries set up the first UEMASS Council in Leuven (BE).

50th ANNIVERSARY EUMASS
(select subtitles – English – at the bottom of the video)

WHAT’S NEW?

*** The new Executive Board and Scientific Committee were installed in the General Assembly of Strasbourg on Septembre 30, 2023

*** 11-12 April 2024: The 7th International Congress of Medical assessors in Slovenia will take place at the Congress Center T Thermana Laško in Laško, Slovenia. REGISTRATION IS OPEN
9th October 2023-end of November 2023: call for abstracts.
The official languages of the Congress are Slovenian and English. In the main hall there will be simultaneous translation.
All together 18 plenary sessions and 35 lectures in parallel sessions.


EUMASS: what do we stand for?

A word of our President:

In Europe, about 500 million people are covered by social insurance schemes for health care, disability or incapacity that are financed or agreed by society as collective social security. Decisions on entitlement to social benefits are usually based on medical assessments which, in turn, must be based on scientific knowledge, insurance medicine expertise and an inclusive society where social security and social protection enable every citizen to take part in social life in its various forms, to be an actor in his or her own personal development, and to participate in that of his or her relatives and society as a whole, irrespective of any limitations in all areas of private, public or professional life[i] . EUMASS is therefore a European federation of national associations or organisations of doctors involved in insurance and social security medicine in their country. … READ MORE