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WORKING GROUPS

Working together

Our Working Groups provide a platform for stakeholders, responsible for a given topic area, to meet, promote and advance their work across the ecosystem network, therefore maximising knowledge sharing and best practice.

Working Groups are open to ECHAlliance members. Contact us to find out more.

Digital Health Society

The Digital Health Society (DHS) movement was born during the Estonian EU Presidency in 2017, which focused on the development of a digital society in Europe, enabled by the free flow of data, as the fifth freedom right in the European Union.

Launched by the Ministry of Social Affairs of Estonia and the ECHAlliance as a call for action, the 1st objective of the DHS has been to bring together all stakeholders of the digital health ecosystem around the table to drive the agenda of the EU Presidency.

Digital Health Observatory

We’re smarter together than alone.

We are faced with numerous Important challenges in the Digital Health Transformation.
The Digital Health Observatory (DHO) aims to help in the transfer of knowledge and to facilitate collaboration between the professional community.

Together we can achieve better health services and a better quality of life for citizens and patients with the support of Digital Technologies.

Medicines Optimisation Working Group

The Medicines Optimisation Working Group (MOWG) is a reference point to support current work and potential future ventures for the ecosystem network.

The group will act as a forum to test thinking, share best practice and provide advice on developments, supporting the scale-up and spread of innovations.

MOWG will obtain other professional advice from internal or external sources as necessary and feedback on findings where applicable.

Coalition of the Willing

The ECHAlliance Coalition of the Willing (CW) are coming together to work together to deliver the changes needed across Europe that will ultimately deliver improved, sustainable health and care services, improve the wellbeing of our people and ultimately support the successful implementation of  the Triple Win for Europe.

To deliver the Triple Win for Europe, set out by the European Commission to:

  • Improve the health and quality of life of Europeans;
  • Support the long-term sustainability and efficiency of health and social care systems;
  • Enhance the competitiveness of EU industry through business and expansion in new markets.

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Let's Work Together