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Peter Lukáč

NCZI, general director
Before joining the NCHI, the General Director of the National Center for Health Information, Peter Lukáč, was dedicated to the informatization of the public sector, focusing on project management, process consolidation and optimization of expenses, as well as research and innovation. He worked at the Ministry of Agriculture, the Agricultural Payment Agency and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for Investments and Informatization. As part of his work at NCHI, he is working to complete the complete transformation of the institution into a process-oriented leader with a pro-client approach to state and public administration bodies, healthcare providers, as well as citizens through the development of electronic healthcare services.
  • DISCUSSION: "Vision for Slovak healthcare for next 4 years"   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2023
  • DISCUSSION "Impact of European regulations on Slovakia   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2023
    The European Commission has significantly increased its legislative activity in recent years. Almost a decade has passed since the introduction of the first horizontal cybersecurity legislation, the NIS Directive. Its aim was to achieve a high level of cybersecurity across the EU, and it has succeeded. Even the NIS standard has been successfully exported by the EU to third countries, as with the GDPR. The recent period has been quite rich in a number of important writings. For example, the finalisation of the updated Network and Information Security Directive (NIS2), the implementation of the Cybersecurity Act (CSA) through ENISA's work on cyber certification schemes, or the launch of the European Centre of Competence (ECCC) based in Bucharest. Last but not least, the proposal for a Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) focused on the security of IoT systems, including the regulation of SW and HW products, which is currently being debated in the EU Council. Mention should also be made of the brand new April cybersecurity package, in which the European Commission presented a proposal for a Cyber Solidarity Act aimed at building a resilient EU cybersecurity shield and providing rapid assistance to a country in need, as well as a proposal for a revision of the CSA to introduce schemes for managed security services. In addition to the files mentioned, there are others, particularly in sectoral areas.

    Panelists will discuss whether our current legislative framework remains adequate to effectively respond to cybersecurity incidents, threats and trends? Are we "resting on our laurels"? The main debate should highlight where we actually are with the level of cybersecurity and related digital legislation with cybersecurity elements. Is the EU capable of protecting critical infrastructure elements of the state and industry? Are the current competences of the European institutions, bodies and agencies sufficient to act quickly, efficiently and transparently? Where are the current problems?
  • DISCUSSION "Digital strategy of Slovak healthcare"   |   Jarná ITAPA 2023
  • DISCUSSION on "Government Cloud at the Crossroads"   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2022
    The state has been building the government cloud for years. Tens of millions of euros have already been reinvested, and we have basically managed to create a virtualized infrastructure. They are currently approved and are planning the so-called community clouds for more than 150 million euros. Will this investment move state services at least a millimeter? AWS deploys continuously every few milliseconds, is it possible to compete with that pace? How do they build cloud services in banks, for example? And what is MIRDI's strategy in building cloud services?

    Peter Lukáč, NCZI
    Igor Sibert, Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic
    Vladimír Bednár, MF SR 
    Tomáš Mydliar, Dell Technologies 
    Hrvoje Buntak, Apis IT
    Pavol Lukáčik, RED HAT 
    Ladislav Kovár, MIRDI 

  • DISCUSSION on "ePN: a service that works"   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2022
    This year, the state launched a new electronic PN (proof of incapacity for work)  service. The service removes the chaos caused by paper PN reporting. A complicated form with several papers and annoying waiting at branches should become a thing of the past. Is it really so? What was the motivation for this service? Why did we have to wait so long for her? What are the first usage data and statistics? What can be improved? And what other services can we look forward to?

    MICHAL ILKO, SOCIAL INSURANCE AGENCY IN SLOVAKIA: "Electronic PN/ePN (Electronic Certificate on Temporary Working Incapacity) significantly simplifies the procedure for the insured in a life situation when the incapacitated person should be focused on treatment. It is the first interdepartmental service of the State of such scale, where obligatory steps do not have to be done by the citizen, but instead the entire process is performed by the involved authorities. Via mutual cooperation, we save time and effort for doctors, employers and especially for citizens. The successful start is represented by more than 100,000 issued ePNs which constitute over 27 percent of all issued PNs.“

    PETER LUKÁČ, NATIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER: "Electronization of healthcare makes sense. It reduces the administrative burden and makes the work of doctors more efficient, makes life easier for people and provides clean data for the creation of the state's health policy strategy."

  • Strategy for the Development of Digitization of Healthcare in Slovakia:   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2022
  • DISCUSSION on topic "How to Get Telemedicine Started"   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2022
    Peter Lukáč, NCZI
    Jakub Rybar, AGEL
    Matúš Šesták, MZ SR

  • Speakers of the How to work effectively with data in healthcare?   |   ITAPA HEALTH & CARE 2022
  • DISCUSSION   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2021: Ako sa stať najlepším?
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