1. What are the key stakeholders of Digital Health Mexico Ecosystem? Academia: Universities and Research Centers Government    Startups Companies   Society 2. What are the main objectives of your ecosystem? Link all stakeholders to promote high impact health projects Help them to connect locally, regionally, nationally and internationally Promote knowledge exchange Help to solve …

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We are pleased to welcome Digital Health Portugal Ecosystem Watch the interview to Pedro Cid Ferreira and Paul Nunesdiam, Portugal ecosystem coordinators here:

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‘We must learn and do better and this is an opportunity to introduce change and embrace it’ says Brian O’Connor, Chair at ECHAlliance What’s your name and what position do you hold? Brian O’Connor, Chair at ECHAlliance, the Global Connector for Digital Health. What are your day to day responsibilities? To ensure we achieve the …

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Who are the key stakeholders of your ecosystem? Hospital District of South Ostrobothnia, Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia, Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Chamber of Commerce in South Ostrobothnia, Into Seinäjoki – Seinäjoki Business Development, Kuortane Olympic Training Center, The Federations of Muncipalities in Health Care in South Ostrobothnia, The Memory Association of South Ostrobothnia, …

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How has Seek&Care helped the Belgian healthcare system during the last weeks marked by the pandemic? Read the full interview here How has Optima Pharma helped the Belgian healthcare system during the last weeks marked by the pandemic? Read the full interview here

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Tomaž Gornik, Better:  “The crisis has taught us that in such cases, high quality, centrally stored data will be of significant benefit.” The 2019 novel coronavirus has been changing the world as well as healthcare systems. Tomaž Gornik, CEO of Better, one of the leading providers of breakthrough healthcare IT solutions, focuses on trends related to digital transformation of healthcare. He believes that …

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Who are the key stakeholders? Health Capital Helsinki is a three-year long project funded by a strong alliance: The cities of Helsinki and Espoo Two universities: the University of Helsinki and Aalto University Three universities of applied sciences: Metropolia, Haaga-Helia and Laurea Helsinki University Hospital, the largest hospital in Finland The team is a group …

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