ORG College of Medicine, National Taiwan University Title BIO Dr. Heng-Shuen Chen is a faculty in the College of Medicine, National Taiwan University where he received his medical training and now serves as an attending physician in Family Medicine at the NTU Hospital. He also earned a Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from the same university. As an assistant professor in the Departments of Medical Informatics and Family Medicine, College of Medicine, Institute of Health Care Organization Administration, College of Public Health, National Taiwan University. His research interests in health information system, mobile computing, e-learning, telemedicine and e-health led him to several projects funded by various agencies. He is the Principle Investigator of a national e-learning project, THEN (Taiwan Health Education Network) for primary and secondary schools. He is the PI of a multidisciplinary project, m-HOSP (Mobile Hospital), with several universities collaborating. Dr. Chen leads an informatics development team in Project CHG-HIFDS (Community Healthcare Group-Health Information and Family Doctor System). About 300 CHGs consist of 2000 certified family doctors, representing 15% of primary-care physicians in Taiwan have adopted the system. Dr. Chen is a member of Health Informatics Advisory Committee to the Minister of Health. He is a member of the Education Working Group, International Medical Informatics Association; and of the Informatics Working Party, World Family Physician Organization. He is the Program Chair of the IEEE Healthcom 2006 & 2007; and one of the founding members of the International Initiative of Ubiquitous -Healthcare in 2006.