DigitalHealthEurope will be at the Joining the Dots Conference, 27th-28th November, Brussels
DigitalHealthEurope will be at the Joining the Dots Conference: Ensuring better data for person-centred health and care, optimised research and Learning Health Systems, 27th-28th November, Brussels
DigitalHealthEurope will participate to the Joining the Dots Conference in Brussels next 27h-28th November. The conference, organized by the European Institute for Innovation though Health data (i-HD), will bringing together leading European projects that tackle some major health data challenges. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in three of the six sessions based on the different challenges.
In particular, some partners from DigitalHealthEurope, will be facilitators during the session Challenge 6. Boosting digital transformation of health and care: scaling up and evaluation Digital solutions for health and care.
The session is intended to explore how digital solutions for person centered care can increase the well-being of millions of citizens and radically change the way health and care services are delivered to patients, if designed purposefully and implemented in a cost-effective way. The panelists will also examine the main traits of the present EU market of digital solutions for person-centred care, analyse good practices, key drivers and inhibitors for large scale deployment. The audience will have the chance to learn how twinning actions, which are a key pillar of the DigitalHealthEurope strategy, can support scaling up of innovative solutions and understand how different evaluation approaches can optimise decision making and boost investments in digital health and care.
Jose Usero, Funka | Valentina Tageo, ECHAlliance | Strahil Birov, Empirica | Francisco Luipañez, Open Evidence | (TBC) Representatives from Badalona and Puglia
DigitalHealthEurope is an EU funded initiative which aims to provide comprehensive, integrated and centralised support to the Digital Health and Care Innovation initiative in the context of the Digital Single Market Strategy. The project’s approach involves a number of actions that will boost innovation and advance the Digital Single Market priorities for the digital transformation of health and care (DTHC). The priorities concern:
- citizens’ secure access to and sharing of health data across borders
- better data to advance research, disease prevention and personalised health and care
- digital tools for citizen empowerment and person-centred care.
The deployment of digital solutions for person centred integrated care is at the forefront of the efforts pursued by DigitalHealthEurope. On the other hand, DigitalHealthEurope will also facilitate the creation of multi-stakeholder communities that directly address the three priorities.
For more information visit the i-HD website.