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Estonian Connected Health Cluster’s annual Health community event
September 15 @ 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
In September, Estonian Connected Health Cluster are organising its annual health (tech) community event called Tervisekogukonna Kärajad.
The event brings together all stakeholders in the fields of healthcare and technology in Estonia to discuss new initiatives, share best practices, network and more. The focus topic this year is the potential of secondary data use, and we discuss different data standards and accessibility, the potential for the healthcare as well as the technology field, and of course benefits for the end-users as patients/clients.
The volume of data generated in the field of health is increasing every day. As an e-state, we have opportunities for secondary application of health data to improve related systems and fields and create greater value for the end user.
At the brainstorming session of the health community, to discuss questions and thoughts that are important from the point of view of the development of health technologies and important for all parties:
- In which direction are the new generation health information systems moving?
- How to enable access and interface to the systems?
- How to bring health data into our everyday life, in order to support and develop people’s well-being and health?
- How to achieve results in cooperation between different stakeholders and fully use the potential of health data?
Come talk and think along, again in order to jointly create a working environment that takes into account the interests of all parties!
LOCATION AND TIME
The event will take place in the beautiful Padise Manor, Harju County. We gather between 9:00 and 10:00, morning coffee and snacks await those who arrive. The meaningful day’s program ends at approximately 4:30 p.m., after which the participants will have a joint dinner to enjoy the company, discuss ideas and network. If necessary, let us know your food preferences (you can do this in the ticket purchase form).
The event is in Estonian. If you are interested, please register here: