Join us at the
3rd Digital Health Society Summit
23rd and 24th November 2021!
In Europe 2021, health data has never had a higher public profile as citizens check R numbers, and a variety of other pandemic and public health indicators. The European Commission has kept busy with consultations and legislation proposals on the European Health Data Space, AI, Data Governance and the TEHDAS Joint Action has started its work.
Taking stock of the progresses made so far, the Summit will focus on the acceptance criteria and technical prerequisites for societal trust in the use of health data and the most innovative citizen controlled data sharing governance models.
Last but not least, the Summit will be the opportunity to showcase pioneering regional initiatives on health data and data sharing and discuss strategies to accelerate investments in ready-to-market data-driven solutions.
So, for the 3rd Annual DHS Summit, the theme is “Health Data for Society”.
Come and meet more than 40+ international speakers from around the world, including USA, Africa, Belgium, UK, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Finland, Slovenia, Italy, Germany, Estonia, Spain and more…
The Summit will be the opportunity to showcase pioneering regional initiatives on health data and data sharing and discuss strategies to accelerate investments in ready-to-market data-driven solutions.
– 2 day programme
– Virtual Exhibition Area
– Networking opportunities
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This session will explain the work of the 3 Working Groups which formed the Round Table 3 on “Proposing a common basis for health data access across Europe”, where a total of 50 multi- stakeholder worked on consensus papers to examine the acceptance criteria for societal trust in the use of health data and a recipe for trustworthy digital health: standards, architecture and value.
You can read the report here.
There are various complex reasons that impact the sustainable adoption of innovations in digital health. Developing solutions for the EU or even the worldwide context brings to light cultural, systemic, organisational and individual differences. One size does not fit all, so how can we ensure a broad adoption and an adequate answer for citizens and patients needs in multiple countries and regions? Five stakeholders from different EU projects and initiatives bring their experiences to light and help to pave the way for sustainable upscale.
ECHAlliance have built a network of digital health ecosystems and then during the Presidency Periods worked closely with the Ministries of Health to create a lasting legacy for the Presidency around Digital Health whether it be the creation of the Digital Health Society in Estonia or a network of Digital Health Ecosystems in Finland and Germany. This session showcases a few of these from Estonia to the upcoming Presidency of France.