Track 1: Building Trust
To truly express the potential of digital health, the users (clinicians and citizens), should trust the solutions. Current technologies, such as AI, machine learning and data analytics, are promising to deliver more personalised care but also raise ethical and societal concerns. Citizens wish to control their own data, decide who can and who cannot access them, and for which purpose. Similarly, clinicians should trust the data and the systems in order to use them in their day-to-day practice and so transform the way they provide care. At organization’s level as well, data should flow safely ensuring security and privacy regulations are met and allowing interoperability between systems.
Key topics: Data Governance, Ethical AI, Blockchain, Chid & maternal care challenge